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Training Log Archive: bbrooke

In the 7 days ending Jun 16:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Run / Hike6 5:06:21 17.31 27.86 603
  Total6 5:06:21 17.31 27.86 603
averages - sleep:7.3 weight:122.6lbs

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Sunday Jun 16 #

Run / Hike 1:16:02 [3] 6.07 mi (12:32 / mi) +400ft 11:47 / mi
slept:8.0 weight:123.1lbs shoes: Brooks Glycerin (2024)


Out & back on the Mayhoffer-Singletree trail -- turned around at the cistern.

Luckily, today's forecast for high 90s didn't materialize.



Saturday Jun 15 #

Run / Hike 34:18 [3] 2.06 mi (16:39 / mi)
slept:7.0 weight:123.9lbs shoes: Brooks Glycerin (2024)


Walked to the rec center to drop off my ballot, and then continued through the arboretum.

Friday Jun 14 #

Run / Hike 53:24 [3]


Walked to & from the Street Faire (that's how they spell it) — with some stoppage time on the way home for a 20-something guy wandering in the middle of the street asking for help. He seemed very drunk / high and I offered to walk him to the bus stop (he said he had lost his phone, didn't know where he was, and was trying to get to Boulder), but he asked me multiple times to call 911. Alrighty then...

The responding officer called me later to get info for his report and said they were taking him somewhere for a mental health hold, so then I didn't feel so silly for calling 911 about what seemed like a drunk guy who just wanted a ride.

NB: Saw Marcelo Balboa at the Street Faire.

Wednesday Jun 12 #

Run / Hike 36:50 [3] 2.03 mi (18:09 / mi) +88ft 17:26 / mi
shoes: Brooks Glycerin (2024)


Neighborhood walk.

Tuesday Jun 11 #

Run / Hike 1:08:45 [3] 5.03 mi (13:40 / mi)
slept:7.0 weight:122lbs shoes: Brooks Glycerin (2024)


LOLA Runners workout: warmup // 4x400, 2x800, 4x400 // cooldown.

Monday Jun 10 #

Run / Hike 37:02 [3] 2.12 mi (17:28 / mi) +115ft 16:37 / mi
slept:7.0 weight:121.3lbs shoes: Brooks Adrenaline (2023)


Neighborhood walk. Mosquitos and miller moths have arrived...

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