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  • 44 miles
  • 06:15 time
  • 4928 calories
  • 6 workouts
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Entries

  1. RUN
    tired Greystones - Beach - Cliff Walk 14.16 mi 02:12 09:20 pace

    HR 148, Cad 182. On the road to Greystones, then a run on the beach and then home via the Cliff Walk trail. The beach section wasn't great, I'll leave that out next time. And the last 2-3... read more

  2. RUN
    good Leopardstown 4.8 mi 00:39 08:05 pace

    HR 151, Cad 184. This was supposed to be an easy run. It actually felt easy. However, the watch begs to differ. My internal gauge is still out of whack.

  3. RUN
    good Clonmore Park 4.95 mi 00:39 07:49 pace

    HR 156, Cad 186. 1 mile w/u, 3 miles @ evaluation effort (7:22 pace), 1 mile c/d. Evaluation effort was a bit too high and obviously I'd prefer to see a faster pace but what can you do. Still,... read more

  4. RUN
    alright Clonmore Park 4.95 mi 00:41 08:11 pace

    HR 152, Cad 183. I didn't realise the HR would be so high. A reasonably easy run with 4 fast strides.

  5. RUN
    blah Bray Commute 10.25 mi 01:27 08:31 pace

    HR 149, Cad 182. Feeling old, slow and unfit once again. *sigh* It actually was faster again than last week but it just didn't feel great

  6. RUN
    Clonmore Park 4.5 mi 00:37 08:18 pace

    Easy lunch run. Stiff, heavy legs for the first 2.5 miles, feeling sorry for myself. Totally transformed once they muscles started to loosen up.

  7. RUN
    good Bray Head and Promenade 7.67 mi 01:11 09:17 pace

    HR 149, Cad 183. First a climb up to Bray Head, then down towards the Promenade in a round-about way, then the long climb home. It would have been even more fun on fitter legs but hey.

  8. RUN
    good Bray 4.05 mi 00:32 07:51 pace

    HR 150, Cad 188. Starting to get some spring back into the legs, though still only barely faster than 8-minute pace even when putting in a bit of an effort.

  9. RUN
    good Clonmore Park 4.55 mi 00:36 07:57 pace

    HR 147, Cad 185. A few miles at lunchtime, with some strides in it to get the legs moving for a change

  10. RUN
    alright Bray Commute 10.17 mi 01:30 08:48 pace

    HR 143, Cad 183. Taking it easy on the run to work again. Felt a lot better than last week, though equally as slow.

  11. RUN
    Bray Head 5.03 mi 00:50 09:50 pace

    HR 141. Another hill run, discovering the world around me. Much more runnable than Little Sugarloaf yesterday. Just need to get fitter.

  12. RUN
    good Little Sugarloaf 6.33 mi 01:13 11:35 pace

    HR 139. I can see the "mountain" from our garden, so took the opportunity to run up. Well, when I say run, the top half was hiking/scrambling

  13. RUN
    alright Bray Seafront Loop 5.55 mi 00:48 08:35 pace

    HR 145, Cad 184. Legs exceptionally stiff at the start but improved considerably the longer I ran for.

  14. RUN
    alright Clonmore Park 4.07 mi 00:33 08:13 pace

    HR 147, Cad 182. Hot and very humid! A few quick miles after work after everyone else had gone to the pub.

  15. RUN
    good Clonmore Park 4.12 mi 00:33 08:03 pace

    HR 149, Cad 182. Much better again than yesterday. A few more ups and downs are to be expected.

  16. RUN
    blah Bray Commute 10.36 mi 01:31 08:47 pace

    HR 151, Cad 180. You always have your ups and downs. Yesterday was up. Today was down. Ah well.

  17. RUN
    good Bray 4.1 mi 00:33 08:07 pace

    HR 147, Cad 184. Early morning run. Things are definitely starting to improve.

  18. RUN
    good Caragh Lake 8 mi 01:08 08:30 pace

    HR 147, Cad 181. A bit longer again, and it's going ok. The legs still feel a bit weird, especially for the first mile.

  19. RUN
    alright Ard-na-Sidhe 5.05 mi 00:43 08:29 pace

    HR 148. So 8:30 is my natural pace now when running on familiar roads by the looks of it.

  20. RUN
    good Leopardstown 4.86 mi 00:38 07:53 pace

    HR 154, Cad 183. Ran the loop the other way round for a change. Felt better but that's probably down to the temperatures playing "return to the means".