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24Oct, 2010

Week 42, 2010 training summary

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What a GREAT week, I’m lovin’ it. This is the first week I have broken 50 miles since February when I ran my first 50 mile ultra. I can say that 50 miles a week seems to agree with me. I feel very good. Looking at my training schedule for the next 15 weeks I noticed I will stay above this number the entire time, and will even bump 74 in mid-January.

Well, it is official.  I have entered the 2010 Space Coast Marathon in the end of November, and also sent in my registration for the 2011 Iron Horse 100 mile ultra in mid-February.  I always feel better after finally registering for events.  It just seems to give more meaning to my training. Of course there is a bit of apprehension about doing my first 100 mile ultra-marathon, but I am very excited at the same time.

There is a small possibility that I may still do the 2011 Disney Marathon in early January, but I have not committed to it yet. We shall see.

training_summaryRunning Miles: 50.5
Quantity: 5 (see runs below)
Time spent running this week: 07:45:58
Calories burned: 6,864
Avg. Time/Mile: 09:04
Avg. Heart Rate: 143
2010 Running Miles: 1,244.02

Runs

Mon: REST
Tue:
5 mi at 8:33
Wed: 10 mi at 8:53
Thu:
8.5 mi at 9:17
FRI:
REST
Sat: 10 mi at 9:03
Sun: 17 mi at 9:39

Cross Training

signature_blockCore Weight Training: 1
Walking: 1 mi
Judo Practice: 0
Canoeing: 0

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3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 onelittletrigirl // Oct 24, 2010 at 11:27 pm

    Wooohooo for breaking 50 miles!

  • 2 Colin // Oct 28, 2010 at 11:43 pm

    Congrats on the nice mileage, and for signing up for a 100-miler! That’s hard-core! I still haven’t decided if I have one of those in my future. Good luck with your training and (unlike me), stay injury-free!

  • 3 Jill // Oct 31, 2010 at 1:57 am

    Yay, you’re getting your miles up there, Adam!!

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