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Training Log Archive: prthiessen

In the 7 days ending May 11:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Easy4 3:53:00 21.95(10:37) 35.33(6:36)
  Walking2 2:05:00 7.0(17:51) 11.27(11:06)
  Hills1 1:10:00 7.5(9:20) 12.07(5:48)
  Fatlek1 1:07:00 7.2(9:18) 11.59(5:47)
  Weights3 49:00
  Total6 9:04:00 43.65 70.25

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Saturday May 11 #

Weights 12:00 [3]

Easy 1:05:00 [3] 6.05 mi (10:45 / mi)

Made up a fun tm workout while kids in childcare. 5 minutes at 15% and 3.5, 5 minutes easy uphill running then 5 min downhill running at 3 % 7.8 mph. Nothing to hard but a lot of gear changing and kept the tm from getting boring

Friday May 10 #

Easy 1:00:00 [3] 6.2 mi (9:41 / mi)

Easy miles on the Croke Ditch Trial at lunch.

Thursday May 9 #

Easy 13:00 [3] 1.2 mi (10:50 / mi)

Easy to and from YMCA

Easy 30:00 [3] 1.5 mi (20:00 / mi)

TM walking at the end of the workout 15% mostly at 3.2 mph.

Weights 20:00 [3]

Hills 1:10:00 [3] 7.5 mi (9:20 / mi)

Easy 5 minutes warmup and cooldown. In the middle first 30 minutes focusing on hard uphill, second 30 minutes focusing hard on the downhill.

Wednesday May 8 #

Easy 1:05:00 [3] 7.0 mi (9:17 / mi)

Easy miles in the rain. Good to test out rain gear since Denver so rarely has rain.

Tuesday May 7 #

Fatlek 54:00 [3] 6.0 mi (9:00 / mi)

15 min wu and then 20 min cooldown. 12 laps at track of hard on the straights and float the curves. there is a track about .5 miles from my work so that is just fine. Really focused on staying relaxed and not grimacing. If I was starting to grimace, I slowed down just a bit. I enjoyed this workout.

Fatlek 13:00 [3] 1.2 mi (10:50 / mi)

Super easy to and from gym for weights in the evening.

Weights 17:00 [3]

Building the weights back up.

Walking 30:00 [3] 1.5 mi (20:00 / mi)

TM hiking at 15% and 3.0 mph as the last workout of the day.

Sunday May 5 #

Walking 1:35:00 [3] 5.5 mi (17:16 / mi)

Two Tm hiking sessions 35 min and an hour. Majority of it at 15% and 3.4 mph. Prepping for rrr100

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