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Training Log Archive: Cristina

In the 7 days ending Sep 15:

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  Running3 2:21:23 14.31(9:53) 23.02(6:08) 23275.5
  Total3 2:21:23 14.31(9:53) 23.02(6:08) 23275.5
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Sunday Sep 15 #

9 AM

Running (road) 57:31 intensity: (12 @0) + (15:13 @1) + (40:19 @2) + (1:46 @3) + (1 @4) 9.18 km (6:16 / km) +23m 6:11 / km
ahr:149 max:176 shoes: Kara (Roadclaw 275 V2)

Another run from the playground in Sudbury, this time on an unseasonably warm morning. I decided to pick off some streets for my Sudbury CityStrides quest and that made it pretty easy to get in my desired 8k. I started the run with 7.5% of Sudbury done and finished with over 9%, so that seems like good progress.

Discovered CityStrides the other day from Ari's log, and since I have often thought that some silly collecting of roads would make some easy runs more interesting around here I decided to sign up and import the 6 years of running I have on Strava. Turns out that the "city" for which I have completed the most streets is Altamont, NY (!), with over 30% complete. Thee part that I considered "central" Altamont is actually the whole town, so it makes for a compact and easy target. Oslo is my next highest (10%) but a slightly more logistically challenging target.

As for the actual running, my legs felt deader than dead. Did 5x15" strides and I felt like I was moving significantly faster than I was, even for those.

In the afternoon I played in my first SBS softball game. Fun, and actually a higher ratio of softball:social than I expected (this is a good thing). I am not entirely comfortable with the slow pitch timing at the plate but nothing that can't be fixed with practice.

Friday Sep 13 #

Note

Yesterday and today I tallied the number of cars and bikes going the other way on Mass Ave on my way home from work. This is on the section between Harvard and Central that has no bike infrastructure and seems destined to remain that way for at least a few more years, which is pretty astonishing. I counted 34-32 and 23-26 (cars-bikes). Small sample size, but it shows that even without any infrastructure it is still heavily used by people on bikes. Imagine how many people it would accommodate if everyone felt safe riding there!
8 AM

Running intervals (road) 53:02 intensity: (12 @0) + (3:33 @1) + (29:40 @2) + (13:35 @3) + (5:35 @4) + (27 @5) 8.83 km (6:00 / km)
ahr:159 max:182 shoes: Kara (Roadclaw 275 V2)

Fartlek workout along the river before work. Much later than I should have. Adjusting to a 3-hr time change is harder than it should be.

warmup
5' tempo + 3' easy
2 x [3' @5k + 2' E + 2' @3k + 2' E + 1' @1500 + 2' E]
cooldown

Tuesday Sep 10 #

9 PM

Running (road) 30:50 intensity: (21 @0) + (14:52 @1) + (15:37 @2) 5.01 km (6:09 / km)
ahr:143 max:158 shoes: Kara (Roadclaw 275 V2)

Easy trot immediately after dinner. Felt chilly when I started but gross when I finished.

Monday Sep 9 #

Note

Back home. When's the next O trip?

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