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Training Log Archive: cmorse

In the 7 days ending Jan 22, 2012:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Run - Trail2 3:40:00 18.89(11:39) 30.4(7:14) 42566.0
  Run - Road2 1:29:13 10.94(8:09) 17.6(5:04)34.7
  Longsword1 1:10:007.0
  Total5 6:19:13 29.83 48.0 425107.7
averages - sleep:7.5 rhr:48 weight:171.1lbs

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Sunday Jan 22, 2012 #

10 AM

Run - Road 1:02:41 [3] 11.6 km (5:24 / km)
weight:168.4lbs (injured) shoes: 340 ORoc 2010

3F when I got up so elected to loiter in the house for a few hours. Then out the door at 13F. Snowy roads, mostly dirt, out around the lake. Felt good, began to pick up the pace on the way back, going around the winter barriers (road closed to traffic in winter) I managed find a buried cable under the snow and BAM! I went down hard on both knees & elbows onto frozen road. Very slow getting back up and barely managed a limp for a few minutes, but too cold to stop. Eventually got into a shuffle and even a slow run by the time I got home. But drew blood on both knees and L elbow - going to be a very stiff & sore afternoon me thinks. Vitamin I all around....

Saturday Jan 21, 2012 #

6 AM

Run - Trail long (Shenipsit) 2:18:00 [3] 19.9 km (6:56 / km)
rhr:47 slept:6.5 weight:169lbs shoes: 340 ORoc 2010

With Bruce, Mark & Scott. Snow just starting as I drove over. Walker up to Valley Falls loop then a couple rail trail & back. Did a few faster bits on rail trail w/ Mark

Friday Jan 20, 2012 #

5 AM

rhr:46 slept:8.0 weight:173.2lbs

Thursday Jan 19, 2012 #

5 AM


Wednesday Jan 18, 2012 #

5 AM

rhr:51 slept:8.0 weight:172.8lbs

6 AM

Run - Road (Morning Loop) 26:32 [4] 6.0 km (4:25 / km)
shoes: 285 RocLite B

Before dawn, no lights. Temps dropping abruptly as dawn approached turning wet pavement to black ice. Quite dicey at the end where I ran mostly on shoulder when possible.
6 PM

Longsword 1:10:00 [1]

Monday Jan 16, 2012 #

7 AM

Run - Trail (Salmon River) 1:22:00 [3] 10.5 km (7:49 / km) +425m 6:30 / km
weight:170.2lbs shoes: 285 RocLite B

First run of the Blue Trail Challenge - an endeavor to run as many of the CFPA Blue Trails in CT as possible this year. A good reason to get out and try some new terrain around the state.

Very frosty AM - 4F and clear to start. Picked up Brad at Soapstone and drove down to East Hampton together where we met Dave A and Ned. Good long hill up from the covered bridge, then a lollipop loop consisting mostly of rolling hills. Great trail, not too technical, but not boring either, twisting and turning, climbing and descending over by Day Pond then back out. Gorgeous morning for a run, but too damn cold to be standing around for very long.

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