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Training Log Archive: runninghils

In the 7 days ending Jun 8, 2013:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Road Bike1 1:55:00 34.9(18.2/h) 56.17(29.3/h)
  Run2 1:31:34 7.5(12:12) 12.07(7:35)
  Yoga1 1:30:00
  Total3 4:56:34 42.4 68.24

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Wednesday Jun 5, 2013 #

Run (Trails) 30:40 [2] 2.2 mi (13:56 / mi)

Super easy and short run at City Forest with the Run Midland crew. Just what I needed to get the blood flowing but not overdo it. Was able to talk the whole time.
On a positive note, I was not sore from the ride yesterday and I felt decent today. Both days, the hamstrings were a bit tight, but that's all.

Tuesday Jun 4, 2013 #

Road Bike 1:55:00 [3] 34.9 mi (18.2 mph)

Jam store backwards. I didn't plan to do quite this much (was thinking more like 25 miles) but there were a bunch of people there to support me in my easy day of riding in place of slaughterfest... So, I agreed to go a little longer. It was a nice ride. A few times, my hamstrings started to burn/tighten up, so I just slowed it down. Gary was kind enough to stay back with me.

Sunday Jun 2, 2013 #

Yoga 1:30:00 [1]

Trying to slow it down this week... also, my punch card was about to expire and I wasn't sure I'd make it on Wednesday, so I figured I'd get yoga in on Sunday.

Run 1:00:54 [3] 5.3 mi (11:29 / mi)

"MAF" test - try to hold a heart rate of 148 for consecutive miles and record times for miles.
Warm up - 1.7 miles 18:36 - ran to Auburn Hotel and then to the track
Mile 1 - 11:22 - had a hard time holding the HR below 150, several times found it up around 155
Mile 2 - 11:48 - got into a rhythm and managed to keep the HR close to the correct number
Mile 3 - 11:45 - very close to mile 2.

Ran home - 0.6 miles

I know it sounds absurd since we just took 2nd at the Rage, but there is something wrong here - I should be able to hold something under 10:00 per mile at this heart rate- more like a 9:00-9:30... not this 11-12 minute/mile business. I AM feeling a bit worn out right now, though, so maybe it's just a function of that and next time I do the test it will be much better, though I doubt it will be in the range where I want it. Change is in the air.

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