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Week 49, 2010 training summary

Week 49, 2010 training summary

THIS was an awesome week.  I am still trying to come to grips with the fact that I put in 64 miles this week.  Truth is, I felt good up to Saturday and would have sworn I had not run 44 miles.  However, after Sundays 20 miler I knew I had run 64 miles. I am still feeling it today, and am thankful for the day off.  While it was a good 20 miles, I really had to push.

On Sunday I had something happen that I have not had happen before.  My Garmin was dead, and needed to be charged.  I was a little surprised because I had been charging it along the way, so I am a little anxious to see what happens next week with it.  Fortunately my Android phone with GPS did a wonderful job of tracking my 20 miler  with the MapMyRun application.  However, the 3 hours using GPS totally wiped out my battery on the phone.  It is a good thing that I am able to finish the run in 3 hours, or it would not have tracked the entire run.

As of today, it is only 67 days until the Iron Horse Endurance Run where I will be doing my first 100 mile ultra.

training_summaryRunning Miles: 64
Quantity: 5 (see runs below)
Time spent running this week: 09:20:34
Calories burned: 8,618
Avg. Time/Mile: 08:35
Avg. Heart Rate: 145
2010 Running Miles: 1,582.22

Runs

Mon: REST
Tue:
9 mi at 8:34
Wed: 13 mi at 8:23
Thu:
9 mi at 8:04
FRI:
REST
Sat: 13 mi at 8:31
Sun: 20 mi at 9:29

Cross Training

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

4 replies on “Week 49, 2010 training summary”

Hi Adam,
So very nice to finally meet you today and spend some great time together snowshoeing with your very lovely family. Thank you SO much for a great day – snowshoeing and lunch and great friendships!

You’re going to do great in the 100. Wish I could be there to help crew and run with you but I have no doubts you will do amazing!! Cannot wait for you!

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