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Good morning!

4:30am:  6.5 mile run in the dark--41 degrees, no wind, felt wonderful.

4:45am:  :25 minute minutes upper body/core

Have a great day BT!

 



2016-10-18 7:30 AM
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Good morning! Great morning for a run it seems.

5:00 am 1900 yard pool workout with a 25 mile easy spin scheduled for this evening.

Have a great day!
2016-10-18 8:01 AM
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Kim, send some of that weather down here. Forecast high of 90 today. Sheesh.

5:40 - easy three mile run. It was 70, which felt nice, but I'd like some of that 41* stuff.

Have a great day!

2016-10-18 9:06 AM
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Wow! It might have been a degree or two under 70 with morning fog here and I thought it was "cool"! Got in a very scenic though rather sluggish 40 minute run plus 2 X ascents of temple steps here in beautiful Luang Prabang. My cold seems to have largely cleared the system.....I think sluggish as I forgot my setup to make in-room coffee. That has been rectified thanks to $2 purchase of a "magic coil" (one of China's best cheapo products, just keep your fingers the heck out of the cup while boiling the water!) at the big market so I can have my pre-run cup of G7. (Vietnamese coffee, otherwise known as jet fuel, "doping" for all my races, even in the US!)

Signed up to do an MTB ride tomorrow.

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3.5 mile run in the late morning, 9:28mile, repeat same run in late afternoon, 9:44mile

7 miles for the day. Cool and windy, winter is coming.

 

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