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Training Log: ernst

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Road Running2 1:42:45 13.35(7:42) 21.49(4:47) 290
  Trail running2 1:41:01 8.89(11:22) 14.31(7:04) 150
  Skate Skiing2 1:15:15 8.05(9:21) 12.95(5:49) 80
  Total6 4:39:01 30.29(9:13) 48.75(5:43) 520
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Tuesday Mar 28 #

11 AM

Road Running 38:15 [3] 5.0 mi (7:39 / mi) +40m 7:28 / mi
shoes: New Balance MT 101 sz 9

Run to work via Garrity Rd, Rt 4 , West Main Street, Stadium to Gregg Hall and around Kingsbury - adds up to just about 5 miles. Fairly swift pace to gauge what 1/2 marathon race pace might be feasible. Shooting for 7 / min.
5 PM

Trail running 42:26 [3] 3.79 mi (11:12 / mi) +100m 10:21 / mi
shoes: New Balance MT 101 sz 9

Running home via CW. Light rain 35 F. Trails were slippery, hard-packed "soft ice". So decided to veer off into snow-land (off trail) which was better, but slower, and made for a much more vigorous work-out. About 1-2 inches of sinking in throughout. After the bridge, I followed the usual trail, now much less packed and icy. Added an extra loop via access road (still has ~ 5 inches of snow, and I sank through nearly all of it - bad idea.) Then the last 0.8 mile on the road.

Sunday Mar 26 #

12 PM

Skate Skiing 43:45 [3] 5.15 mi (8:30 / mi) +80m 8:06 / mi
shoes: Rossi Xium Skate

"field sampling". Field #1: Jenkins Rd / Wednesday Hill Rd. Solid snow cover. Temps around 39F, Just a tad too warm, but still a hint of frozen surface along the tree lined edge. Looped around. 17 min, 2.2 miles
Field #2: By Highland house farm. 1 big loop (3 miles) with little repetition loops added , also foray into the woods on snow mobile trail. All was skateable. Variable conditions as in field 1, but it was predictable. A good workout and very pleasant. Cloud cover just came in so everything held up nicely.
5 PM

Trail running 58:35 [3] 5.1 mi (11:29 / mi) +50m 11:09 / mi
shoes: New Balance MT 101

Snow running the first half, on road shoulder (soft) on the return. I tested my run to work. Still fairly deep snow (1 - 6 inches), made my own tracks for the first mile, then followed established foot tracks thereafter. First mile was at 16 minutes, then it got faster. Fortunately there was no ice (35 F), just a steady but controllable slipping and sliding. Back via foot bridge to Mill Road, and home from there.
Note: I tested my brandnew Garmin Forerunner 230 GPS watch. Seems to work fine - still need to master all the possible push button sequences and menu options.

Saturday Mar 25 #

7 AM

Skate Skiing 31:30 [2] 2.9 mi (10:52 / mi)
shoes: Atomic Skate RS9

Contrary to popular believe our snowcover is still good and 100% connected once you get away from the road. Morning skate, 34F after several hours of drizzle etc. There were some sweet spots (nice solid base) and some crappy spots (too soft). Yet overall enjoyable - once warmed up, I was able to handle the sink'ins. 30 min was just right and all the time I had before participating at open house. (at work).

Thursday Mar 23 #

2 PM

Road Running 1:04:30 [3] 8.35 mi (7:43 / mi) +250m 7:04 / mi
shoes: New Balance MT 101 sz 9

Longish run, 95% on gravel - sand - leaf shoulder. Wednesday Hill to Lee to Lee Hook, to Wiswall and back home via Packer's Falls Rd. Bright day, breezy, 35 F. Perfect! Was comfortable the entire way, just a hint of tired legs during the last two miles.

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