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  • 29 miles
  • 04:12 time
  • 3233 calories
  • 4 workouts
  • This Week time period


  1. RUN
    Rutherford/Lyndhurst 8.1 mi 01:11 08:44 pace

    Easy, freezing 8-plus.

  2. RUN
    Nutley-Recovery run 4.28 mi 00:37 08:38 pace

    Funny when your recovery run pace is faster than your hard effort pace. Rough day for a two-a-day. Almost done fighting off this tiny fever.

  3. RUN
    Rutherford/Lyndhurst 15X300 8.11 mi 01:17 09:27 pace

    This may have been my hardest workout this year. Struggled to hit between 65 and 80 seconds for my 15(or possibly 16)X300 on snowy roads with the wind blowing in my face half the time. Thought abou... read more

  4. RUN
    Ridge Rd./Rutherford and Lynd... 8.1 mi 01:08 08:22 pace

    Broke a pretty good fever overnight, but I wanted to get some miles in before the end of the world.

  5. RUN
    Passaic 4.03 mi 00:44 10:47 pace

    Easy four with Linda Lisanti T. She wasn't too motivated at first, but finished strong.

  6. RUN
    Rutherford/Passaic 10.03 mi 01:25 08:26 pace

    Beautiful running in the snow, but just a little dangerous dodging cars. Had a solid 10-plus wearing the Yaktrax.

  7. RUN
    Passaic 4.11 mi 00:38 09:19 pace

    Easy 4 with a couple hills.

  8. RUN
    Progression run-Lyndhurst 8.11 mi 01:03 07:48 pace

    Hit my assigned paces almost perfectly with a fast finish. Miles 8:34,8:24,8:10,7:59,7:42,7:24,7:13 and 6:52.

  9. RUN
    Around the neighborhood 4.11 mi 00:40 09:40 pace

    Recovery run. This scale back week is going to drive me nuts.

    • Tom H.
      Tom H.

      Yea, they are a necessary evil to absorb the benefits of the big weeks :) Are you doing 3 buildup to 1 cutback?

      7 days ago Like1 person

    • Rich T
      Rich T

      Tom, it looks like right now coach has me doing 2 buildup weeks to one cutback, but that may change. I think the plan is to get me up to 90/100 mile weeks. Yikes.

      7 days ago Like1 person

    • Tom H.
      Tom H.

      Cool if you're already handling high 70s well 17-18 weeks out, I think you'll have no problem getting up to those peak 90-100 mile weeks with the 2 up, 1 down plan. Seems daunting on paper but it's really not so bad with doubles.

      7 days ago Like1 person

    • Rich T
      Rich T

      Thanks, Tom. I thought the doubles would be much worse, but I kind of finding myself missing them this week :-)

      7 days ago Like

  10. RUN
    Around town then Rutherford t... 8.2 mi 01:16 09:16 pace

    Did 2.5 warm-up, then 15x300 (between 60 seconds and 64 seconds with last one at 58), then 2-mile cool-down.

    • C T.
      C T.

      That's flying. This must have felt good.

      8 days ago Like1 person

    • Rich T
      Rich T

      I never know what a good time is on 300s, but thanks Christian. I do know that these hurt surprisingly more than 200s :-)

      8 days ago Like

  11. RUN
    Nutley 6.46 mi 00:56 08:43 pace

    Easy six-plus with some decent hills to start off an easier week :-)

  12. RUN
    good Around town w/some hills (sti... 4.06 mi 00:38 09:16 pace

    Second run of the day (at least it was just rain this time and not ice). Threw in a few hills around the neighborhood to get the bad taste of the 8-mile track run out of my mouth from this morning.

  13. RUN
    good Rutherford track-shocked it w... 8.12 mi 01:10 08:33 pace

    Tried the local streets, but just too icy and slushy. Was really surprised to see the track open, so I did 32 boring-ass laps around it in a cold, icy rain. Can't wait for my four-miler later :-/

  14. RUN
    good Ran to Saddle River Park thro... 17.1 mi 02:19 08:07 pace

    First 11 between 8:02 and 8:45. Last six 7:36 (rough hill), 7:41, 7:42, 7:43, 7:20 and 7:21. First time I can remember sweating icicles. It was Fu@#ing cold!!!

  15. RUN
    good Nutley and back 6.2 mi 00:56 09:04 pace

    Easy six-plus with friends. Nice to have company so early.

    • Kelly

      Awesome morning runs! I just cannot get myself to get up so early. I need my Zzz's.

      12 days ago Like1 person

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    • Kelly

      What time do you get out there? Not planning on converting just yet- just curious.

      12 days ago Like

    • Rich T
      Rich T

      Ha, I'll bring you over to the dark side. I'm usually starting anywhere from 4:45 to 5:15 depending on the amount of mileage I'm scheduled to run.

      11 days ago Like

  16. RUN
    Around town 4.3 mi 00:43 09:56 pace

    Very easy recovery from this morning's tough 8.

  17. RUN
    good Wallington/Garfield 8.2 mi 01:04 07:45 pace

    Progression run. A little faster than prescribed, but hit my paces pretty well with a strong finish. Miles 8:42, 8:30, 8:05, 7:57, 7:29, 7:19, 7:13 and 6:43.

  18. RUN
    good Hasbrouck Heights/Wood-Ridge 8.4 mi 01:13 08:38 pace

    Easier 8-plus with some hills mixed in. Nice to have some company on a pretty chilly morning.

  19. RUN
    Around town 4.2 mi 00:42 09:59 pace

    Recovery plus form Tom H.

  20. RUN
    good Rutherford track and trail 8.19 mi 01:17 09:21 pace

    Did 2.5 warm-up, 21X200 (did one extra by mistake) between 38-42 seconds, and 2-mile cool-down.