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Training Log Archive: runninghils

In the 7 days ending Dec 19, 2015:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Yoga1 1:30:00
  Mountain Bike1 1:03:05 13.6(12.9/h) 21.89(20.8/h) 92
  Run1 45:18 3.5(12:57) 5.63(8:03) 75
  Total3 3:18:23 17.1 27.52 167

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Saturday Dec 19, 2015 #

Run (Run-Walk) 45:18 [3] 3.5 mi (12:57 / mi) +75ft 12:41 / mi
ahr:146 max:162

Run 5 minutes, walk 3, repeat.
Sunny day, but cold. I'm ready for California! 11 days until Long Beach!
Felt pretty good today! I had more running intervals that went over by 30-40 seconds because I got lost in it. Maybe I'll cut the walk down to 2 minutes next time and start pure running in a few weeks. This is good. I think I can start doing this 3 times/week. Maybe I'll hit the treadmill after work so I can't use the dark as an excuse.

Wednesday Dec 16, 2015 #

Yoga (Ashtanga) 1:30:00 [1]

Well, I was happy to be able to bind during Marychiasana A and B! Woo hoo! I had to have some help pulling my arms into place, but they got there. The good news is that some of my old injuries that left me tight in spots (like my right shoulder) are fading now with extra yoga and MUCH less running, biking, and strength training. I also touched my head to my knee while bending forward on another pose. AND, I was touching my heels to the ground on my down dogs, so that's some improved achilles flexibility after hurting both of them in 2014. Good stuff!

Sunday Dec 13, 2015 #

Mountain Bike (Back Roads) 1:03:05 [3] 13.6 mi (12.9 mph) +92ft
ahr:146 max:165

I was hoping to take this beautiful day and go out and ride City Forest, but it rained so much I thought that the trail would be soggy, so I opted for a back road ride. Not very windy, which was nice. I'm definitely seeing my 4-months of non-training in my slow out of shape-ness, but I actually picked it up in the second half and ended up pushing the effort a bit! I'll get there! I'm going to do some more mountain bike races in 2016, I think.

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