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  • 7 miles
  • 00:54 time
  • 701 calories
  • 1 workouts
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  • This Week time period

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  1. RUN
    7.01 mi 00:54 07:46 pace

    Ran. It was wet.
    Legs felt good for taking 2 days off. Legs were still sore from weight lifting the other day

  2. RUN
    8.68 mi 01:04 07:23 pace

    Ran with the club team. They run a really flat and down hill loop. Its odd. 6:43 and 6:58 for the last couple
    IT band has been a bit bothersome lately. Need to get back in the weight room to deal ... read more

  3. RUN
    tired 7.34 mi 00:56 07:34 pace

    absolutely terrible. Hate running after a day off.

  4. How long far along into a training block should I start doing hill workouts and tempos? (2 months? 3?)
    This is about my 3rd week of running and I dont believe I will be racing until March at the ea... read more

    • Caleb M.

      You can start doing those things anytime in a training cycle, but like with every other training variable, you need to start small and build over time.

      7 days ago Like

  5. RUN
    good 8.26 mi 01:02 07:30 pace

    Ran with Brian, Ian, and Andrew.
    Lung were on fire.

  6. RUN
    alright 9 mi 01:07 07:25 pace

    More out of shape hobby jogging

  7. RUN
    great 7.14 mi 00:53 07:29 pace

    Ran the first mile with ian and then i let him go. This was a good run. Closed in 6:53 and 6:41 but i had coffee before so my fitness is a lie! D:

    • Shelby T.
      Shelby T.

      A lot of people use coffee as a pre-workout. And post work-out....I just really love coffee. Nice run!

      11 days ago Like

  8. Better to run 7:30 pace for a whole run or start out at 8 minute pace and work may way down to 7 minute pace by the end?

    Also have I been gone so long that they have taken away the public forum??... read more

    • Tim D.
      Tim D.

      Never used the forums and such so I haven't a clue. I'd say it depends how challenging that pace range is. Progression is good for pushing into new pace territory while training for a race. A steady state run is good for an easy long run so long as pace is well below race target. You don't want to run the race before the race.

      11 days ago Like

  9. RUN
    6.16 mi 00:47 07:34 pace

    closed in 6:22 not easily. Being out of shape sux

  10. RUN
    3.58 mi 00:30 08:25 pace

    Same as yesterday.
    Gotta hate the first week.