365Runners
Welcome to 365Runners! We are here because we all share a running addiction. Whether training for a first marathon, a new PR, a new race distance, or anything else... welcome!

To stop the banner ads, please register and login. Otherwise, please enjoy browsing as a guest.

Join the forum, it's quick and easy

365Runners
Welcome to 365Runners! We are here because we all share a running addiction. Whether training for a first marathon, a new PR, a new race distance, or anything else... welcome!

To stop the banner ads, please register and login. Otherwise, please enjoy browsing as a guest.
365Runners
Would you like to react to this message? Create an account in a few clicks or log in to continue.

Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7

+8
JohnP
fostever
EugeneGreenie
Michele "1L" Keane
Mike MacLellan
mul21
Mark B
KBFitz
12 posters

Go down

Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7 Empty Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7

Post  KBFitz Sun Oct 07, 2012 2:52 pm

Daymilestype
Mon 05 easy67°F
Tue 11 speed66°F 2.5 w/up in rain, 6 x 1 mile incl. 500m 10% grade hill, 2.5 c/dn.
Wed 08 trail70°F Western Ridge & Valley trail loop in Rock Creek Park.
Thu 08 easy74°F
Fri --
Sat 06 race36°F TC 10K 44:17.
Sun 16 long35°F To Metrodome, start volunteer, to St. Paul on TC 10 mile course.
Week 54
YTD 1,922
KBFitz
KBFitz
Explaining To Spouse
Explaining To Spouse

Posts : 1043
Points : 10368
Join date : 2011-06-15
Age : 64
Location : Off-center

Back to top Go down

Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7 Empty Re: Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7

Post  Mark B Sun Oct 07, 2012 3:23 pm

The slow ramp-up continues!

Mon: 12 hilly miles at relatively low HR
Tue: 2.2 miles walking
Wed: 3.1 miles walking
Thu: 7.1 miles at low HR
Fri: Rest
Sat: 1 mile walking
Sun: 10.3 miles low HR

Total: 35.6 miles, including walking
Mark B
Mark B
Needs A Life
Needs A Life

Posts : 8028
Points : 19172
Join date : 2011-06-15
Age : 59
Location : Vancouver, Wash.

Back to top Go down

Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7 Empty Re: Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7

Post  mul21 Sun Oct 07, 2012 3:56 pm

Week 10/16 for Philly

Mon-5 easy
Tues-10 w/8 x 800 (3:08-:09, last one at 3:04)
Wed-off, sick kiddo
Thur-14 @ 8:12
Fri-4 easy
Sat-5 easy
Sun-18 w/Mo Cowbell half; First 10 @ 7:28, last 5K @ 7:00

Week-56
mul21
mul21
Explaining To Spouse
Explaining To Spouse

Posts : 1481
Points : 6502
Join date : 2011-06-15
Age : 46
Location : St. Louis

Back to top Go down

Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7 Empty Re: Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7

Post  Mike MacLellan Sun Oct 07, 2012 5:06 pm

Week 7 of 14 for Thxgiving 10k - Speed - HALFWAY? Shit.

Sat 9/29 - 6.5mi easy
Sun 9/30 - 12.1mi w/ 18x 1min @3-5k/90sec easy in the middle - tough
Mon 10/1 - 5.5mi easy
Tues 10/2 - 7.6mi easy
Wed 10/3 - 11.4mi w/ 24x 200/200s, splits from 45/55 (6:00/7:20 pace) to 40/60 (5:20/8:00 pace) in 4's - nice
Thurs 10/4 - on a jetplane to DC - sick
Fri 10/5 - 7.6mi easy on the National Mall, shooting snot rockets at passersby

Mike MacLellan
Mike MacLellan
Explaining To Spouse
Explaining To Spouse

Posts : 3191
Points : 9638
Join date : 2011-06-14
Age : 35
Location : Arlington, VA

https://www.facebook.com/mike.a.maclellan

Back to top Go down

Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7 Empty Re: Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7

Post  Michele "1L" Keane Sun Oct 07, 2012 5:23 pm

Still slowly progressing......

Mon - 7 miles on the Alter G
Tue - Easy 3 miles
Wed - Day off from running, core and weight class
Thurs - 5.5 miles
Fri - 5.5 miles
Sat - 15.25 miles Ave 9:33 pace
Sun - Day off Watched Chicago marathon on iPad

Total for the week: 36.25
Michele
Michele "1L" Keane
Needs A Life
Needs A Life

Posts : 5025
Points : 13763
Join date : 2011-06-15
Age : 61
Location : Atlanta, GA

http://1lranthere.blogspot.com

Back to top Go down

Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7 Empty Re: Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7

Post  EugeneGreenie Sun Oct 07, 2012 7:45 pm

WOW! Michelle! Your week was fantastic!

Monday - off - massage...ahhhhh
Tuesday - 7 - speed work
Wednesday - 6 - easy at work
Thursday - 11 - at pace
Friday - 5 with DH along the creek
Saturday - 15 - on the river. last miles faster
Sunday - 6 - at pace
TOTAL - 50
EugeneGreenie
EugeneGreenie
Poster
Poster

Posts : 145
Points : 4409
Join date : 2011-06-16
Location : Track Town USA

http://traniningup.wordpress.com

Back to top Go down

Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7 Empty Re: Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7

Post  fostever Sun Oct 07, 2012 9:45 pm

M-4mi mild tempo 7:50 ave pace
Tu-3.34mi recovery pace
W-1600-1000-800 5k pace (4mi total)
Th-off
Fr-3 mi jog
Sa-8x200 w/6short hill sprints (3mi)
Su- Chicago Marathon 3:07:34 (7min PR)
43mi wk 1585 YTD
fostever
fostever
Explaining To Spouse
Explaining To Spouse

Posts : 1572
Points : 8354
Join date : 2011-06-16
Age : 64
Location : Chicago

Back to top Go down

Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7 Empty Re: Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7

Post  JohnP Sun Oct 07, 2012 11:17 pm

Week 10 of 16 for the Philadelphia marathon.

Mon - 5.5 miles easy
Tue - 7.5 miles with 4 at tempo
Wed - 5 miles easy
Thu - 4 miles easy
Fri - 3 miles easy
Sat - 2 miles easy
Sun - Chicago marathon 3:44:04. First 14 miles were at MP, rest were a hodgepodge of paces slowing the last 3-4 to avoid needing much recovery

Week - 53.5 miles
YTD - 2,025 miles
JohnP
JohnP
Explaining To Spouse
Explaining To Spouse

Posts : 1226
Points : 6136
Join date : 2011-06-15

Back to top Go down

Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7 Empty Re: Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7

Post  T Miller Mon Oct 08, 2012 8:11 am

fostever wrote:
Su- Chicago Marathon 3:07:34 (7min PR)

Way to go Steve!

4 weeks to go

Mon: 60 min mtb + 5 miles
Tue: 9 mile Hal style tempo + 7 miles w/ 3 FCR pushing stroller
Wed: 5 miles am + 5 miles pm
Thu: 8 miles
Fri: Off
Sat: 21
Sun: 8 w/ 6 @ MP + 3 miles easy (long run / pace run was a difficult combo and not very good for the confidence)

Week: 71
T Miller
T Miller
Regular
Regular

Posts : 782
Points : 5406
Join date : 2011-06-15
Age : 57
Location : Bloomington

Back to top Go down

Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7 Empty Re: Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7

Post  JohnP Mon Oct 08, 2012 9:08 am

T Miller wrote:Sat: 21
Sun: 8 w/ 6 @ MP + 3 miles easy (long run / pace run was a difficult combo and not very good for the confidence)

Didn't you read the fake thread from Stan? No good can come out of this combo although it's certainly understandable if scheduling forces it this way.
JohnP
JohnP
Explaining To Spouse
Explaining To Spouse

Posts : 1226
Points : 6136
Join date : 2011-06-15

Back to top Go down

Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7 Empty Re: Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7

Post  Michele "1L" Keane Mon Oct 08, 2012 11:53 am

EugeneGreenie wrote:WOW! Michelle! Your week was fantastic!

Thanks. I'm getting there.

fostever wrote:
Su- Chicago Marathon 3:07:34 (7min PR)

Woohoo! Congrats!

JohnP wrote:
T Miller wrote:Sat: 21
Sun: 8 w/ 6 @ MP + 3 miles easy (long run / pace run was a difficult combo and not very good for the confidence)

Didn't you read the fake thread from Stan? No good can come out of this combo although it's certainly understandable if scheduling forces it this way.

Wink
Michele
Michele "1L" Keane
Needs A Life
Needs A Life

Posts : 5025
Points : 13763
Join date : 2011-06-15
Age : 61
Location : Atlanta, GA

http://1lranthere.blogspot.com

Back to top Go down

Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7 Empty Re: Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7

Post  Jerry Mon Oct 08, 2012 12:01 pm

40 miles plus soccer (4:1 win). No, Jerry didn't score. Sleep
Jerry
Jerry
Explaining To Spouse
Explaining To Spouse

Posts : 2712
Points : 1006095
Join date : 2011-06-15
Location : Where I'm Loved

Back to top Go down

Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7 Empty Re: Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7

Post  Schuey Mon Oct 08, 2012 12:03 pm

JohnP wrote:
T Miller wrote:Sat: 21
Sun: 8 w/ 6 @ MP + 3 miles easy (long run / pace run was a difficult combo and not very good for the confidence)

Didn't you read the fake thread from Stan? No good can come out of this combo although it's certainly understandable if scheduling forces it this way.

Well I agree and disagree. Sure it can rock one's confidence and if done to late in a training cycle that would not be good. Plus there is no really training benefit you will gain for a race if done late.

Now on the other side of it let's say this work is down 6 weeks or longer out in a training cycle I believe there is huge benefits and confidence that can be gained from this type of combo workout. It is one that I have used many times in my Boston build-ups. Aerobically, strength to name just two benefits, plus I feel that it can help teach how to work through what a tough patch. And maybe even more importantly give the effect of what you can feel and experience in tired legs late in a race.
Schuey
Schuey
Explaining To Spouse
Explaining To Spouse

Posts : 2172
Points : 7364
Join date : 2011-06-15
Age : 51
Location : So Many Roads To Ease My Soul

Back to top Go down

Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7 Empty Re: Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7

Post  Gobbles Tue Oct 09, 2012 9:15 pm

The Turkey may not be super fit, but I'm still running...
Legs are tight, and I'm just trying to make it to New York in a position to finish OK. (Gone is the PR Goal).

This week was a get back at it week after coming off the Bourbon Chase 200 mile relay (Team Time: 24:17) last weekend.

Mon - 6M @ 7:30/mile
Tue - Rest/Massage please help my poor calves
Wed - 20M @ 7:07/mile (with ~10 @ MP)
Thurs - 8.5M @ 7:35
Fri - Lazy/Work
Sat - 7.5M (5K Race - 1st OA in 18:XX, Ran 1st mile hard, the rest of the race uncontested)
Sun - 15.5M (Atlanta 13.1 in 1:26 ~Marathon Pace)

Week: 57 miles
Gobbles
Gobbles
Poster
Poster

Posts : 335
Points : 4845
Join date : 2011-06-15
Age : 46
Location : Outside the Perimeter - Atlanta, GA

Back to top Go down

Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7 Empty Re: Your Week in Training Oct 1 - 7

Post  Sponsored content


Sponsored content


Back to top Go down

Back to top

- Similar topics

 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum