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19Dec, 2010

Week 50, 2010 training summary

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This week I prepared to go on a Colorado ski adventure where I will ski for the very first time in my life.  I am very excited to try something new and may even get to meet Jill from Denver while I am there.  I intended to make this a 68 mile week, but ended up skipping the 22 mile run on Saturday because I was simply too tired, and wanted to make sure I made it to the airport on time.  I guess it is not a total loss with still getting 44 miles in though.

training_summaryRunning Miles: 44.66
Quantity: 4 (see runs below)
Time spent running this week: 06:27:11
Calories burned: 5,896
Avg. Time/Mile: 08:38
Avg. Heart Rate: 143
2010 Running Miles: 1,649.88

Runs

Mon: REST
Tue:
9 mi at 8:34
Wed: 14 mi at 8:39
Thu:
9 mi at 8:34
FRI:
12.66 mi at 8:46
Sat: REST
Sun: REST

Cross Training

signature_blockCore Weight Training: 0
Walking: 0
Judo Practice: 0
Canoeing: 0
Hiking: 0

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  • 1 ginny // Dec 28, 2010 at 1:35 pm

    I hope you do get to meet Jill, that will be fun.

    I have been skiing 2 times, in Breckenridge, and in Utah. I was surprised. I went out thinking, I am a runner, this will not be a problem….uhhh, yes…it’s a problem. I was so scared, I had my the ski s in “pizza” formation the entire time (on the brakes). Even the 2nd trip, still in the “pizza” formation the whole time. I’m thinking skiing is not really my thing. I enjoyed it, but I’m scared of speed. Hope you do better than me. I’m sure you will. I think maybe snow shoeing may be more my speed, but I am not sure I have the strength or endurance to do much of that. Let us know how it goes.

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