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Training Log Archive: hmklaff

In the 7 days ending Mar 23:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Running5 6:02:05 27.95 44.98 550
  Walking3 1:55:31 5.0(23:06) 8.05(14:21)
  Total5 7:57:36 32.95 53.03 550
averages - sleep:7.7

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Saturday Mar 23 #

Running 1:20:54 [2] 8.0 mi (10:07 / mi)
slept:8.0 shoes: Escalante 1.5 G/Y

H/RL/B. Nice spring morning - low 60s, with a lovely sunrise. Ran pretty much the entire Rice loop nonstop - about 2.8 miles. Solid effort overall.

Walking 34:09 [1] 1.7 mi (20:05 / mi)

Dog walk

Friday Mar 22 #

Running 44:47 [2]
slept:7.75 shoes: Escalante 1.5 - Neon

Hermann. Very nice morning. Cool/mild. Felt fine.

Wednesday Mar 20 #

Running 49:21 [2] 4.85 mi (10:11 / mi)
slept:7.0 shoes: Escalante 1.5 - Neon

H/B. Lovely morning - clear and cool. Felt super solid.

Walking 43:11 [1] 1.65 mi (26:11 / mi)
shoes: Escalante 1.5 G/Y

Dog walk - lots of sniffing.

Tuesday Mar 19 #

Running 33:45 [2] 3.0 mi (11:15 / mi)
slept:8.0 shoes: Escalante 1.5 - Neon

HS. Cool and pleasant. Overslept a bit and the legs still felt a bit flat from Sunday, so kept it short and sweet.

Walking 38:11 [1] 1.65 mi (23:09 / mi)
shoes: Escalante 1.5 G/Y

Dog walk

Sunday Mar 17 #

Running 2:33:18 [2] 12.1 mi (12:40 / mi) +550ft 12:09 / mi
slept:7.5 shoes: Lone Peak 4.0

HSP. Beautiful spring morning - mostly sunny, upper 40s at the start, upper 50s at the finish. Really nice to be back in the park after a long time away. Made my goal mileage in decent shape, but the trail legs are basically nonexistent. Need to run trails a few more times before HH. The first few miles felt especially awkward and clumsy. And while the Lone Peak 4s are nice hiking shoes, the fit is too sloppy for running. Might need to find something new.

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