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Training Log Archive: jsnyder

In the 7 days ending Jul 11:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running4 2:56:06 21.06(8:22) 33.89(5:12)
  Cycling1 50:00 9.28(5:23) 14.94(3:21)
  Total5 3:46:06 30.34(7:27) 48.83(4:38)

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Monday Jul 11 #

Running 33:42 [1] 3.6 mi (9:22 / mi)

Recovery run. Hot and legs feel dead.

Sunday Jul 10 #

Event: Boilermaker
 

Running race 1:02:28 [4] 15.0 km (4:10 / km)

Boilermaker 15k - pretty decent run all things considering. Ankle was feeling mostly back to normal and I had an unintended taper before the race. I've done this race like 7 or 8 times but it's been like 13 years since the last one. I took it easy out of the start and stuck to my pace really well for the first 3 miles (aiming for 6:40). The hills were hard (7:11 uphill) and a lot more downhill than I remember (clocked a 6:11). The last mile was out in the sun and my right leg was feeling a bit crampy so I was falling off pace.

Timewise this was still solid vdot 51. Not near my best of 57 minutes, but also not terrible for the first long road race in a while. Looks good for a sub 3:10 marathon, but not sure if I'll see much more improvement time wise. Feels like I've plateaued here.

Saturday Jul 9 #

Note

Ran with Andy in the National Kids Race in Utica. She did the 1/4 mile race. There were so many people and we were several rows from the starting line. Every time she had an opening she hammered it. Just like mama :)

Friday Jul 8 #

Running 46:41 [1] 4.86 mi (9:36 / mi)

Feeling better on this one, but still taking it easy.

Thursday Jul 7 #

Cycling 50:00 [1] 9.28 mi (5:23 / mi)

Easy cx ride around the fells loop

Tuesday Jul 5 #

Running 33:15 [1] 3.28 mi (10:08 / mi)

Feeling crazy tired - HR running in the 50s/60s while sitting around at work. I'm thinking the weekend was just so busy it wore me out. Decided to go for an easy run, but then totally twisted ankle on nothing. Big crack sound and lots of adrenaline spike.

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