Long May You Run

Friday - October 24

Thursday - October 23

Wednesday - October 22

Tuesday - October 21

Monday - October 20

  • 1h 04m 28s
  • 4.65 miles
  • 13m 51s /Mi

Recovery Run.

So, i found a good workout to stay in a recovery range. It seemed to work really well. Got my watch all set for the HR alerts, low 117, high 135. Run until the high HR alert goes off, walk until the low alert goes off. Great! Did this for 1hr04'45" and realized about 1hr01' into it that i never turned the GPS back on after i was playing with all the settings inside !! Duh! dumbass.

I'm going to map out the route, i'm hoping i did at least 4 miles in a the little over an hour i was out there.

At least it was a beautiful night to be outside running with my headlamp :)

** 4.65 miles, farther than i thought. It's not easy to keep your HR under 135.

Snippet from this article:

Suggested workout:This one comes from running coach Roy Benson, a longtime advocate of heart-rate training. To do it, first you'll need to determine your MHR (see "Finding Your Max" below). Now, take 75 percent of your MHR, which will be your upper limit. Then calculate 65 percent of your MHR, which will be your lower limit.

And some of the idea from this one:
See "The Recovery Run"


Sunday - October 19

  • 1h 13m 08s
  • 19.19 miles
  • 15.74 Mi/hr

A little cool and pretty windy. Tried to spend some time in L2, don't think i really accomplished my goal. But, did get a ride in.

Saturday - October 18

I am overdue for a bike workout. Luckily, the weather is exceptionally warm and sunny for this time of year !!!

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