45 min. run around the hilly neighborhood.
Later hit the gym and ran another 30 min., spin for 20 min.
a.m. 45 min. run at the gym. Max hr 147.
p.m. 45 min run, rolling.
p.m. 35 min. run, 20 min. spin
Off . . . .taxes
p.m. 1:00 run.
30 min. EZ, 30 min. steady, over my HR cap. Felt like crap. . . because of lunch (too much fiber . . .again, reason to run in the a.m.)
1 hr. hike/trail run with family.
a.m. 1:00 run. 30 min. EZ, 30 min. steady. Felt great.
p.m. 1 hr. hike/trail run w/Jack (my 5 year-old). Great experience for him and great setting. Garmined it: ~1 mile loop. We did it twice with a little additional climb to sit on a log and look at the ocean. ~650ft. of climbing. What a blast.
Highlight of the run: Jack repeating, as if to himself, “don’t stop running” as we’re running a trail. And at one point I say, should we rest? “No, Dad: I’m resty.” He was drawn to the little bit of rock climbing that was available (yikes.)
Week total: ~7 hours of running + some spinning. Pretty good. The running needs to get “harder” and the core work tougher, more often.