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Training Log Archive: prthiessen

In the 7 days ending Apr 13:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Long Run2 15:19:00 72.1(12:45) 116.03(7:55)
  Easy2 1:10:00 6.6(10:36) 10.62(6:35)
  Progression Run1 50:00 5.7(8:46) 9.17(5:27)
  Walking1 30:00 2.1(14:17) 3.38(8:53)
  Total6 17:49:00 86.5(12:21) 139.21(7:41)

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Friday Apr 12 #

Long Run 13:21:00 [3] 63.0 mi (12:43 / mi)

Zion 100k. First 35 miles in about 730 so just under 13 per mile. Was able to run at the end moved up places throughout race

Thursday Apr 11 #

Easy 20:00 [3] 2.0 mi (10:00 / mi)

Shakeout with strides

Wednesday Apr 10 #

Walking 30:00 [3] 2.1 mi (14:17 / mi)

Tm uphill walking

Tuesday Apr 9 #

Progression Run 50:00 [3] 5.7 mi (8:46 / mi)

Easy progression run

Monday Apr 8 #

Easy 50:00 [3] 4.6 mi (10:52 / mi)

Easy miles running and walking at lunch. No pain no issues from yesterday. Had to walk some of this due to unrelated bloody nose.

Sunday Apr 7 #

Long Run 1:58:00 [3] 9.1 mi (12:58 / mi)

Loop around N. Table with a little extra. Pretty much wearing my race kit with hydration pack with full bottles. Never felt anything bad in my back and I was able to perform the whole time without a break. I also did a pretty steep section, up and down, at ultra race pace in the last 20 minutes since Zion will contain a number of those up and downs throughout the race. I don't fee great, but I certainly feel more than okay. I guess that means I feel good. I also stumbled several times and never had an issue. Also, I am really able to stretch to nearly normal levels at home after the run. The foam roller really doesn't hurt anywhere in my back. I can "make" the lacrosse ball hurt if I get it just in the right spot on the right side of my back. I think the race is a go.

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