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Your Week in Training Sep 26 - Oct 2

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Your Week in Training Sep 26 - Oct 2

Post  KBFitz on Sun Oct 02, 2016 11:07 am

Day miles  type .
Mon     - 
Tue     5  frtlk 66°F
Wed     - 
Thu     - 
Fri     - 
Sat     8  easy  64°F
Sun     -        66°F Strength & Core workout
Week   13
YTD   797    I see Michele ran a half mar last week and took 4th in her AG.
             Amazing 1L! Downright amazing. cheers

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Re: Your Week in Training Sep 26 - Oct 2

Post  Tim C on Sun Oct 02, 2016 1:57 pm

Mon - Gym, bike and legs
Tue - 3
Wed - off
The - 3
Fri - off (my bad)
Sat - 6
Sun - 4

Week - 16
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Re: Your Week in Training Sep 26 - Oct 2

Post  Mike MacLellan on Sun Oct 02, 2016 3:24 pm

M - 4.x recovery
T - 10 easy
W - 0
Th - 0
F - 0
S - 0
S - 14.5 w/ 7 @ MP
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Re: Your Week in Training Sep 26 - Oct 2

Post  Michele "1L" Keane on Sun Oct 02, 2016 3:25 pm

Thanks, Kevin.  How are you feeling?  Do you think the Beta Blockers affect you any - running speed, fatigue? Just curious.

Mon - Core Class, Swim 2000 yds
Tues - 6 easy miles; Core work with trainer
Wed - 20 mile recovery ride; 3.1 miles after with 5 x 30 sec pickups
Thurs - Core class, 8 miles
Fri - 2200 yds swimming
Sat - 10 mile Fast Finish Long Run - last three around 8 min
Sun - Bike 25 recovery miles

WTD  Swim: 4200 yds
        Cycle:  45 miles easy
        Run: 27.1 miles

Recovery Week Done - back to work one more solid week before 1 week taper and then the CBus Half
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Re: Your Week in Training Sep 26 - Oct 2

Post  nkrichards on Sun Oct 02, 2016 9:03 pm

+1 on Michele's Half last week.  Nice job.  Interesting to see you continuing to do so much swimming and biking.

Also +1 on Michele's questions concerning Kevin's running while on Beta Blockers...  Kevin I'm amazed at how much you've been able to run so soon after your cardiac event.  Am I remembering correctly that you're doing a marathon shortly?

Mon - Core/strength
Tues - 7.5 including 3x1
Wed - Core/strength
Thurs - 11 w/9 @ MP
Fri - Core/strength
Sat - First 20 mile run this cycle
Sun - Rest/farming

Getting into the meat and potatoes of marathon training.  Pool has been closed for maintenance...looking forward to getting back in the pool.  Should have more time to bike now that farming is slowing down.
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Re: Your Week in Training Sep 26 - Oct 2

Post  Michele "1L" Keane on Mon Oct 03, 2016 11:18 am

@nkrichards wrote:+1 on Michele's Half last week.  Nice job.  Interesting to see you continuing to do so much swimming and biking.

Also +1 on Michele's questions concerning Kevin's running while on Beta Blockers...  Kevin I'm amazed at how much you've been able to run so soon after your cardiac event.  Am I remembering correctly that you're doing a marathon shortly?

Mon - Core/strength
Tues - 7.5 including 3x1
Wed - Core/strength
Thurs - 11 w/9 @ MP
Fri - Core/strength
Sat - First 20 mile run this cycle
Sun - Rest/farming

Getting into the meat and potatoes of marathon training.  Pool has been closed for maintenance...looking forward to getting back in the pool.  Should have more time to bike now that farming is slowing down.
I was hoping Kevin would answer as we know your experience - and you seem to be back to your old times/paces even if you don't think so - you are, so I was curious since Kevin seems to be back quickly.  And yes, he is running Twin Cites which is this weekend.
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Re: Your Week in Training Sep 26 - Oct 2

Post  fostever on Mon Oct 03, 2016 1:39 pm

M-off
Tu-5
W-off 
Th-6 progression
Fr-off
Sa- 10 @7:30 pace
Su-off
21 mi wk 979 YTD
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