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Training Log Archive: zsibthorp

In the 7 days ending Mar 14, 2020:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  running3 1:00:47 5.0 8.05
  misc cardio1 45:00 3.92(11:29) 6.31(7:08)
  Total4 1:45:47 8.92 14.35
averages - sleep:4.5

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Saturday Mar 14, 2020 #

5 PM

running warm up/down 12:22 [1] 1.0 mi (12:22 / mi)

1/2 mile
stretch + dynamic warm-up
1/2 mile

running (track) 27:05 [3] 3.0 mi (9:02 / mi)

I came into it with a mindset of just trying to get back in shape after a rough week body-wise, but by the end I was really feeling it, and I definitely could have gone for longer but I didn't want to be exhausted for homework.

Thursday Mar 12, 2020 #

10 PM

misc cardio (strider/eliptical) 45:00 [3] 3.92 mi (11:29 / mi)

Wednesday Mar 11, 2020 #

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slept:6.5

Now that my school has hopped on the wagon and closed down for online learning, I'll have more time to train. Well, if I get on top of this school work. Evidently, this week has not been good, but I'm coming up on a long weekend so lots of training soon to make up for it.

Tuesday Mar 10, 2020 #

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slept:1.0

Monday Mar 9, 2020 #

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slept:6.0

Sunday Mar 8, 2020 #

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Approaching jnats, I dropped most upper-body workouts to focus just on running, legs, and cardio. However, I learned that having arm strength can be beneficial, too, so I'm going to return to the machine workouts I had been doing and try to not forget about overall fitness and strength. It ain't all in the legs (but that doesn't mean I'm dropping the wall sits).
2 PM

running warm up/down 10:00 [1]

.75 miles + stretching and dynamic warm-up
3 PM

running intervals (track) 11:20 [3] 1.0 mi (11:20 / mi)

Haven't done much running training with intention. First time doing intervals in a while, trying out a new set suggested to me. Conclusion: I am v e r y slow. Only did 3 reps:
1 lap full out (full out to ME at least)
2 minutes recovery (jog)

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We're working on it, okay?

(also last 2 minute recovery was a walk to finish the lap, rounding out an even mile)

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