40 min. run. EZ and a little sore I think from the weekend/week. I’ll survive.
1:20 trail run. Great run, but the climbing (and not that much) kinda beat me up. Plus I had in the back of my mind that I got the swine flu from one of the 100 or so students I face in the trenches each day.
The stress felt good. I knew Wednesday would be off so I knew I’d be recovering. I am not running with anything but a stop-watch right now. So I don’t know how far I ran, how much climbing, nor my HR. I just kept it steady. I was pretty beat and actually hiked a few of the last steep climbs. I am out of shape but am getting stronger.
The way I was climbing late summer fall on Laguna, Iron Mt., Vegas, etc., gives me plenty of reason to hoist a cold steep IPA after runs like this (after all the food and hydration!).
1:05 easy and steady. Felt good. Recovery is discovery, ya’ll. Things are starting to go.
35 min. steady with about 10 minutes of 100yd. sprints on about 15 sec. rest on grass. I’m thinking about doing a little Tabata every once in a while. This was a lame attempt at that but I still got the turn-over going some.
35min. steady. Total: 1:10
60 min. run, 30 min. spin. Nice and steady. Gassed.
1:20 min run, with some hills. Got a little nauseas on one. I need to start working the hills.
395 minutes of running
A couple of "long runs" and the inclusion of some strides. My "base" is still coming along fine. I included about another 100 minutes of running this week and a couple work-outs that left me pretty wiped. Good.
I need: 1) more long runs 2) longer long runs 3) more grass sprints/strides and definitely 4) more hills!