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Training Log Archive: hughmac⁴

In the 7 days ending Feb 4:

activity # timemileskm+ftload
  Running5 5:41:08 36.48(9:21) 58.71(5:49) 276172.5
  Total5 5:41:08 36.48(9:21) 58.71(5:49) 276172.5

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Sunday Feb 4 #

8 AM

Running warm up/down (12 x Field Laps) 55:19 intensity: (51:52 @1) + (3:18 @2) + (9 @3) 5.97 mi (9:16 / mi) +308ft 8:50 / mi
ahr:125 max:149 shoes: Topo Athletics MT-2 (10) Blue

A few easy, fasted, morning laps listening to music. Super Bowl Sunday. Looking stormy outside ... wish it were going to be snow and not rain. Just on the border, temp-wise.

E-A-G-L-E-S EAGLES!!

Saturday Feb 3 #

12 PM

Running long (2xSmedley 1xCrum Etc) 1:55:55 intensity: (57:28 @1) + (27:32 @2) + (24:19 @3) + (6:36 @4) 11.59 mi (10:00 / mi) +1646ft 8:49 / mi
ahr:141 max:163 shoes: Topo Athletics MT-2 (10) Blue

Cool but sunny, a lovely day in Crum Woods with Coach Steve. Haven't been down there in a while, and it was nice to be in 'my woods' again.

E-A-G-L-E-S Eagles!

Friday Feb 2 #

12 PM

Running warm up/down (3 x Cemetery Laps) 34:13 intensity: (14:42 @1) + (5:25 @2) + (9:35 @3) + (4:31 @4) 3.82 mi (8:57 / mi) +189ft 8:33 / mi
ahr:143 max:162 shoes: New Balance RC1400v4 10D #2

Blustery! A bit of snow this AM, too!

Wednesday Jan 31 #

5 PM

Running tempo (1mi WU/D 60min Progressio) 1:19:37 intensity: (20:26 @1) + (23:10 @2) + (17:19 @3) + (18:42 @4) 9.33 mi (8:32 / mi) +310ft 8:16 / mi
ahr:146 max:164 shoes: New Balance RC1400v4 10D

1 mi warmup, 60 minute progression, 1 mi warmdown. Really hard in the dark, and long fast(er). The moonrise was awesome, though.

188mi in January. Likely my biggest training month ever? Body holding together so far! :)

Tuesday Jan 30 #

12 PM

Running (5 x Cemetery) 56:04 intensity: (33:07 @1) + (4:38 @2) + (8:00 @3) + (10:19 @4) 5.77 mi (9:43 / mi) +308ft 9:15 / mi
ahr:140 max:164 shoes: Inov-8 Trailroc 150

Woohoo, my HR strap works again! E-mailed Garmin Support, who told me how to 'reset' it: take the battery out and put it back in in reverse for a bit, and then take it out and put in normally. Voila! Hooray! Of course it's doing the old winter 'bad data for the first couple miles' trick ... :) Gotta get some more electrode gel.

A few easy miles with trail running friend Amy, who's a prof at Penn. Nice to chat while getting the miles in!

Snowing! Pretty.

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