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2016-10-25 7:22 AM

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Subject: 10.25.16 Tuesday Training

Good morning BT!

4:30am:  :65 minute run: 1 mile WU/10X400m w/400m recovery jog/cool down

5:45am:  some stretching and core

Have a great training day!

2016-10-25 7:55 AM
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Subject: RE: 10.25.16 Tuesday Training
Arrrgh.... 10 X 400 at 4:30 AM makes me feel ill just reading it! I would need a lot more than a mile warmup before trying that. Impressed!

"Early" start here at 5 AM-- 25 minute warmup run, followed by 50 minute trainer ride with some single-leg drills. Felt like absolute crap on the bike, also on last night's swim. Neither power nor HR would go over 120. Trying to figure out if it is really possible to lose that much fitness in one week (in which I actually did four easy runs and an MTB ride!--not like it was a total sloth-fest) or maybe still getting over cold from last week. It's a weird virus--really only felt yucky for about 2 days; after that every day I feel fine, but by night I end up with sinuses completely stuffed again. Probably a sleep quality issue as both congestion and decongestants affect that. So far so good tonight--will see what happens when I actually try to sleep. Ugh....I hate colds!

Just have to share this from one of my student's blog posts about our "Amazing Race" activity before break in response to "What did you learn?". Someone has apparently actually leaned something useful in my class, which is always gratifying to see!

"I personally think that not giving up is really important during a race, no matter if it is the Amazing Race or not. When you are not giving up, you can always get to the finish line! "
2016-10-25 8:02 AM
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Subject: RE: 10.25.16 Tuesday Training

5:40 - easy 3 mile run. Had phenomenal weather - really gets me excited for my base-building phase. My life is so gripping . . .

Have a great day!

2016-10-25 7:18 PM
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Tyrone, Georgia
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Nice easy 80 minute spin on the bike this evening. Hope you all had a great day!
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