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Training Log Archive: Danny Riley

In the 7 days ending Mar 20:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Run4 2:41:36 22.75(7:06) 36.61(4:25) 5746121.1
  Other1 1:00:00 1.0(1:00:01) 1.61(37:17)300.0
  Upper Body Workout1 10:00333.3
  Total5 3:51:36 23.75 38.22 5746754.5

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Saturday Mar 20 #

12 PM

Other 1:00:00 [1] 1.0 mi (1:00:01 / mi)

More frisbee golf. So muddy.

Thursday Mar 18 #

12 PM

Run 57:16 intensity: (47:16 @3) + (10:00 @4) 7.64 mi (7:30 / mi) +223m 6:52 / mi
ahr:158 max:184 shoes: Under Armour HOVR Sonic 3

25 minute warmup, 8x23s up 15% hill w/ 37s jog down, 25 minute cooldown. Feeling good, but I tried varying my stride to make sure it was balanced.

Upper Body Workout (Abs) 10:00 [3]

Wednesday Mar 17 #


Got so much sleep last night, woke up feeling great. So ready to tackle tomorrow's workout.

Monday Mar 15 #

6 PM


All up to speed now. Short breaks are necessary sometimes. With that in mind, Monday (today) through Wednesday are dedicated for rest; my body is telling me I need it. Weekend plans are leaning towards DVOA, but I'm not 100% sold on it just yet.

Could possibly be getting a vaccination through Cornell sometime soon. Being a TA has its perks.

Sunday Mar 14 #


Didn't go to Tyler. Pi day relay was a virtual event that consisted of 4 teams of 4 racing to see which group can run the most digits (that many miles per digit) of pi in a 5 hour window. Every four digits (i.e. 1st-4th, 5th-8th, 9th+ digits of pi) have to be run by all four members of the group. I assume most ran on the streets, some people probably ran on a track. Our team coordinated, and as the only guy I ran a 1, 9, then 5 in that order, totaling to 15 miles over roughly 4 hours. We tied with another team for the most digits completely ran (3.141592653 -- 10 digits). The tiebreaker was how far the last uncompleted digit was ran at the 2:00PM cutoff; both my team and the other team ran the same distance to the nearest hundredth of mile (read: within the same control circle), and the race coordinators decided that both teams each got their pies. My pie? Lemon meringue. Contested only maybe by pumpkin.
10 AM

Run 7:38 [2] 1.0 mi (7:38 / mi) +33m 6:56 / mi
ahr:138 max:147 shoes: Under Armour HOVR Sonic 3

3....1 mile run: fourth digit of pi in the pi-day relay.
11 AM

Run 1:02:28 intensity: (50:00 @3) + (12:28 @4) 9.0 mi (6:56 / mi) +232m 6:26 / mi
ahr:157 max:186 shoes: Under Armour HOVR Sonic 3

3.1415...9 mile run: 6th digit of pi in pi day relay. Got about 45 minutes of rest beforehand. Maybe not the best route to do a timed race on when others were probably more strategic with their elevation gain.
1 PM

Run 34:14 intensity: (4:14 @3) + (30:00 @4) 5.11 mi (6:42 / mi) +86m 6:22 / mi
ahr:157 max:166 shoes: Under Armour HOVR Sonic 3

3.1415926...5 mile run: 9th digit of pi in pi day relay. Got about an hour and a half of rest beforehand. Overdid it by 0.1 miles, that was valuable time lost. Our team was in second, so I ran a pretty cheap route to stay competitive with the team in first.

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