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Training Log Archive: kadley

In the 7 days ending Aug 18:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  O-course Training1 2:51:04 6.7(25:32) 10.78(15:52) 279513.2
  Road Running2 1:48:11 7.96(13:35) 12.81(8:27) 134324.5
  Trail Race1 1:04:32 3.2(20:10) 5.15(12:32) 351290.4
  Strength1 55:001c165.0
  Trail Running2 37:23 1.33(28:07) 2.14(17:28)60.2
  Track workout1 33:23 2.6(12:50) 4.18(7:59)1c84.3
  Stretching1 20:00
  Total8 8:09:33 21.79 35.07 7642c1437.6
  [1-5]7 7:49:33
averages - weight:159lbs

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Sunday Aug 18 #

1 PM

Track workout intervals (Chester HS) 33:23 intensity: (26:23 @2) + (7:00 @4) 2.6 mi (12:50 / mi)
ahr:112 max:140 1c

7 x 200 m intervals. Hamstring sore and tight, but finally took the Alex approach and figured if I ignored the pain, then the problem really doesn't exist. Pushed to the pain point and just cruised lap after lap, analyzing the structure of the problem. Hurts when the L foot comes down, just before contact with the track. Straight up posture and tight glutes seem to help. So something to work with, even if these 200's were 20 sec slower than a month ago.

Saturday Aug 17 #

10 AM

Trail Running 26:00 [1] 1.0 mi (26:00 / mi)

Stretching and warmup checking out obstacles.
11 AM

Trail Race race 1:04:32 [4] 3.2 mi (20:10 / mi) +351m 15:02 / mi

Reach the Peak obstacle race, Claremont, NH. Two laps up the ski trails with 16 obstacles spread around. Twice thru over-the-head mud pits, over a few walls and under a claustrophobic tunnel crawl. Really steep headwall (57% grade) to scale towards the end, hand over hand scrambling. Finally a water pit filled with ice, which I had looked forward to all race. Refreshing. Could have spent more time there!

Focus was to not be stupid and get hurt. Successful at that although my hamstring cramped a couple times climbing obstacles.

21st overall of about fifty adults, 1st 70+ and 2nd 50+. Fun event, lots of casual participants not looking for speed.

Wednesday Aug 14 #

8 AM

O-course Training (Stratton Mtn School) 2:51:04 [3] 10.78 km (15:52 / km) +279m 14:03 / km
ahr:103 max:145

Hanging control boxes for Alex's SMS training camp. Lots of nordic ski trails to check out later in the year!
4 PM

Stretching 20:00 [0]

Pre-strength muscle work.
5 PM

Strength (Trainer) 55:00 [3]
1c

Glute and hamstring session with Adam.

Tuesday Aug 13 #

5 PM

Road Running 27:59 [3] 1.95 mi (14:21 / mi) +52m 13:15 / mi
ahr:114 max:143

Monday Aug 12 #

7 AM

Road Running 1:20:12 [3] 6.01 mi (13:21 / mi) +82m 12:48 / mi
ahr:113 max:150

Hamstring better, but still tight. Felt good for first mile and then sore.
Clear, cool morning great for a run.

Trail Running (Sled) 11:23 [3] 0.33 mi (34:30 / mi)
ahr:113 max:124 weight:159lbs

Dragged sled around field w/40#.

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