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Training Log Archive: Guisborough1

In the 7 days ending Sep 22:

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  Running7 6:56:39 47.35(8:48) 76.21(5:28) 1227
  Total7 6:56:39 47.35(8:48) 76.21(5:28) 1227

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Sunday Sep 22 #

4 PM

Running 37:01 [3] 7.79 km (4:45 / km) +38m 4:38 / km
ahr:156 max:172

Today I won the lottery. Or at least I know what it feels like.
2x12mins at Threshold. It was supposed to be 3x, but on the second my stomach commenced evacuation. I knew the maintenance sign had been removed from the WC last week....it was four mins away. I bailed on the intended route and skipped and danced all the way to the palace of fun.......The door opened on arrival. Lottery won.

Saturday Sep 21 #

Note
(rest day)

Youth footie is wearing very thin on me.
Anyway, rant over....heavy legs this morning.

Friday Sep 20 #

10 AM

Running 2:11:57 [3] 20.94 km (6:18 / km) +571m 5:33 / km
ahr:161 max:182

Dumped Father-in-Law off at Little Molas Lake (Section 25 of Colorado Trail) so I thought this would be perfect to get some LSD. Tried to get to West Lime Creek but it was a little too far. I'd never be able to get back for school pickup.
Chilly but nice. Still clouds made me take the Berghaus in hand. Easy, but again, HR doesn't indicate effort produced. Cracking run and drive over Red Mountain Pass was as fantastic as ever. (Still huge remnants of the avalanche that closed down the pass for months.) This was a very good day.
http://hikingwalking.com/destinations/co/co_sw/sil...

Thursday Sep 19 #

2 PM

Running 45:02 [3] 10.0 km (4:30 / km) +56m 4:23 / km
ahr:130 max:142

What's going on?? This was supposed to be 15mins Easy, 15 Steady, 15 Easy. Couldn't get my HR anywhere near any of these HR targets. This was a difficult 45mins. To cap it all my RHR was 4bpm. In Houston it was 61bpm. For the last 5 weeks I've always hit 170bpm for any amount of exercise. And RHR 20-30bpm. All weird stuff.
Valley Floor.

Wednesday Sep 18 #

12 PM

Running 43:12 [3] 8.24 km (5:15 / km) +111m 4:55 / km
ahr:149 max:189

Easy up Sunshine Mesa Rd. HR was normal first 2 1/2 miles up, then went bonkers going back down. Supposed to be a double today but may take a rest day away on Friday. Too much house stuff to do.

Tuesday Sep 17 #

4 PM

Running 32:04 [3] 5.32 km (6:01 / km) +109m 5:28 / km
ahr:149 max:167

Very easy up Lawson Hill and Society Turn while Eadie did Ninja. Keystone trail was closed, annoyingly, and will be all month. Fairly spectacular lightning this morning put this back.

Monday Sep 16 #

8 AM

Running 1:10:13 [3] 13.03 km (5:23 / km) +260m 4:54 / km
ahr:161 max:183

Ames Trailhead to Ophir Tunnel on The Galloping Goose Trail. Easy up Steady down. Was going to do 6x1k this afternoon but legs are heavy. Probably swap it for tomorrow. Scenery towards Ames and Ophir Wall was stunning this morning. Nice that summer has returned too!
3 PM

Running 57:10 [3] 10.88 km (5:15 / km) +83m 5:04 / km
ahr:157 max:181

6x1K. 4:30, 4:11, 4:32, 4:12, 4:15, 4:28, 5:25 (uphill).
Ran from bairns footie in Lawson Hill. Ran the Valley Floor. Tired, but things improved. Garmin has me maxing out on training load at the moment. Things are definitely not that full on. It's just the HR situation. I had a 4:30 break after the 1st three and my HR was in zone 4 & 5 the whole time. The 2nd three saw things improve on the HR front. Grocery trip to Montrose in the morning so a much lighter day anticipated.

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