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Training Log Archive: LeanneG

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running4 4:15:30 31.75(8:03) 51.1(5:00)
  Total4 4:15:30 31.75(8:03) 51.1(5:00)

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Friday Apr 19 #

9 AM

Running 1:00:00 [3] 12.0 km (5:00 / km)
shoes: Cumulus20 Skylight/White

Easy warm up to the GAP for the early Earth Day run with PPTC. Decent loop then eventually a cool down jog back home again. Left shin is a little sore, but nothing that didn't go away after a few minutes.

Wednesday Apr 17 #

5 AM

Running 25:00 [3] 5.0 km (5:00 / km)
shoes: Cumulus20 Skylight/White

Easy with the dogs this morning. Nice weather and gorgeous sunrise! Downside is again, left shin was very sore to start. Again, it warmed up but will definitely need to ice later tonight.

Tuesday Apr 16 #

5 PM

Running intervals 57:30 [3] 11.5 km (5:00 / km)
shoes: DynaFlyte Black

PreAct, roll
20WU, 1 (0:30), 2 (1), 3 (1:30), 4 (2), 5, 17.5CD
p&s, stretch, rope, roll, ice

Notes: Good workout today - really pushed hard physically and mentally. Didn't allow myself to settle and even set this workout up to finish on the uphill. Downside is left shin is tender when running and walking but goes away once I'm warmed up. Monitoring.

Monday Apr 15 #

Note
(rest day)

Took today off to rest the legs. Mileage is going to be high towards the end of the week (2 runs on Friday plus long run is on Saturday this week). Plan is to get out for a workout tomorrow after work. Goal is to get my bike up and running next week when I'm off work.

Sunday Apr 14 #

9 AM

Running long 1:53:00 [3] 22.6 km (5:00 / km)
shoes: Cumulus20 Skylight/White

PreAct, ass class, few lunges, roll
Long Run
Stretch, rope, roll, ice

Notes: Really glad I joined up with the PPTC group run. Ran over the Manhattan Bridge and back again for about 12 miles total. Legs were feeling rough from yesterday's workout but the good company kept my mind off of how I was feeling. Hot and humid one out there... here comes summer.

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