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30May, 2010

Week 21, 2010 training totals


OK, so I am playing “catch-up” on my blog and getting a few weeks training posted, including this past week to close out May.  I have been so busy with the new job and had little time to keep up with my blog, but still managed to fit in some training.  June should be a new start as I get used to the new schedule at work and try harder to stick to my training schedule.  Please Stay tuned.

This week had some really tough runs to get miles in, as I ended May with 16 runs totaling 163.79 miles.  Not too bad of a month after all since that still averages out at 40 miles per week overall for the month. 🙂  The bad thing is my long runs really kicked my butt this month.  I walked entirely too much for me to feel good about it, but will work to get my pace back in June.  I really need to concentrate once again on my core workouts, and then everything should fall right back into place I think.  I have not had a core workout since March, and it shows clearly in my running.

training_summaryRunning Miles: 34.51
Quantity: 3 (see runs below)
Time spent running this week: 05:51:07
Calories burned: 4,479
Avg. Time/Mile: 9:25
Avg. Heart Rate: 148
2010 Running Miles: 645.99


9.5 mi at 8:31
Sat: 6 mi at 8:49
Sun: 19 mi at 11:24 YUCK!!!  Too much walking (4.5 miles of this was walking, but is not included in the walking below)

Cross Training

signature_blockWeight Training qty: 0
Walking: 1 miles at 15:02 pace
Judo qty: 0

Tags: Adam Culp · Endurance Training · Marathon Training · Running · training · training summary · weekly summary

5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Onelittletrigirl // May 30, 2010 at 8:41 pm

    Eh, sometimes you gotta walk…19 miles is still 19 miles. And 19 miles is awesome!!!

  • 2 jill // May 31, 2010 at 12:33 pm

    Yes, core work will help. I always try and find time to do a plank (1-2 minutes). good luck getting back into the run routine

  • 3 Wes // Jun 1, 2010 at 11:13 am

    I love to walk! Now if I could just do it at a sub-10 minute pace 🙂

  • 4 Psyche // Jun 2, 2010 at 12:33 pm

    Hi, Adam!

    Your training is so consistent! I agree with the core work…just started back at it myself.

    You have been tagged to spill 7 Random Things about yourself…Go!

  • 5 Tricia // Jun 5, 2010 at 7:18 pm

    hope youre having a spectacular weekend!

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