Do not argue with an idiot. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience.
Congrats to Erice for a PR at Equinox this past weekend. Woot Woot!!
Leslie Living and Running Behind the Redwood Curtain -------------
Trail Runner Nation
Hi Leslie! And thanks to you all for the continued support and encouragement!
Monday: 3 mile run on Alter G at 80% of my weight. 10:28 pace
Tuesday: Mt Bike 13 miles
Wednesday: 3 mile run on Alter G at 85% of my weight. 10:31 pace + 1 hr cardio
Thursday Mt Bike 15.25 miles
Friday: 1 hr cardio
Saturday: 3.5 mile hike
Totals: Running: 6 miles
Walking: 3.5 miles
Biking: 28.25 miles
Cardio: 2 hrs
Today is Sunday, my only day off / reward day from diet and exercising, So what am I doing? Drinking beer, and watching Football! ;o)
Great to see your progress continuing, Jim!
Thanks once again, Leslie, and have a great week, all!
who says life doesn't have a soundtrack?
Hmmm, not sure Erice is, but missed them at the Equinox!
Hi OM, and thanks! Way to go Jim, you're making great progress!
Recovery Week! We'll see what that means....
Monday: 4.8 mile easy run, .6 mile walk
Tuesday: 6.1 mile easy run, faster second half, .2 mile walk
Wednesday: unscheduled rest day... work trip, rain, wind, bleh
Thursday: 1.7 miles on the elliptical in 15:40, .3 mile walk
Friday: 5.6 miles @ 8:05 avg pace, .4 mile walk (legs feel great!)
Saturday: 7.1 miles run, .4 mile walked, lots of yard work...
Sunday: 12.1 miles run, .3 mile walked
Totals: 35.9 miles run, 2 miles walked 1.7 elliptical and yard work
Can I hang out here for a while?
With no race in the horizon until late Spring in 2013 I need a group that keeps me motivated and moving.
My plan for the week (sorry, I don't know how to get fancy up with my plan for the week like OrangeMat )
Monday: 5.5 miles of running plus 4 miles of walking
Tuesday: whatever the Easy Pacer wants to run plus gym after work.
Wednesday: 6 to 8 miles. NOT...just eliptical and weights. Smoke is back in the valley.
Thursday: No exercise at all due to the bad air quality.
Saturday: run in the woods for 2 hours.
Total for the week: I would be thrilled with 35 miles at the end of the week.
"Champions are everywhere; all you need is to train them properly..." ~Arthur Lydiard
No 20-mile runs or traditional 3-week taper in this training cycle. Here are Coach's notes for this week:
Monday--4 very easy/6 stridesTuesday-6 mile run steady paceWednesday-easy 14 /pick up the last 7 miles at marathon paceThursday-easy 6 miles/6 strides, Cross Training for 1hr or restFriday-easy 6 miles/6 stridesSaturday- 5kcc Race-10 amSunday-easy 10Mileage-52Guess I better add the race to that thread. He's the race director.
Here's what I actually did:
Monday..............................4.36 as planned
Tuesday............................6 as planned
Wednesday........12 with 5 @9:45 and a cool-down walk
Saturday...............6.5 with warm up & cool down-won my AG
Sunday..............easy 10 & felt great!
"We are going to relentlessly chase perfection, knowing full well we will not catch it, because nothing is perfect. But we are going to relentlessly chase it, because in the process we will catch excellence. I am not remotely interested in just being good." Vince Lombardi