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  • 43 miles
  • 05:55 time
  • 4463 calories
  • 5 workouts
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  1. RUN
    good Deansgrange 6.5 mi 00:53 08:12 pace

    HR 146, Cad 180. Legs felt good this morning - I kept putting on the brakes as they tended to get carried away. Added 2 short all-out hill sprints right at the end, just to test a few things.

  2. RUN
    good Ringsend - Cherrywood 9.15 mi 01:14 08:03 pace

    HR 150, Cad 180. Took it easy until I got to Sandymount promenade, then a runner got onto my tail. As much as I tried NOT to get into a silly little race, I could not help accelerating a bit. I thi... read more

  3. RUN
    good Ringsend - Cherrywood 9.2 mi 01:17 08:19 pace

    HR 151, Cad 178. It seems to be a rule of nature that every time I run home from work there has to be a stiff headwind! Otherwise, the legs are fine.

  4. RUN
    alright Ringsend - Cherrywood 9.15 mi 01:17 08:21 pace

    HR 150, Cad 182. 12 hours after my longest run thus far there comes another one. The last 3 miles were dragging, alright. At least the sun was shining this morning.

  5. RUN
    good Ringsend - Cherrywood 9.15 mi 01:15 08:12 pace

    HR 148, Cad 180. Against a headwind, uphill and in pouring rain the first running commute into my new home was ... interesting. However, the legs are feeling really good all of a sudden!

  6. RUN
    good Ardmore, Waterford 6.4 mi 00:53 08:16 pace

    HR 146, Cad 182. Legs felt the best in at least a week. That's what a relaxing weekend does to me, I guess.

  7. RUN
    alright Ardmore, Waterford 6 mi 00:52 08:37 pace

    HR 147, Cad 178. First 1.6 miles on a rocky trail, the rest on a very hilly road. Took it easy.

  8. RUN
    alright Deansgrange 6.3 mi 00:51 08:09 pace

    HR 151, Cad 180. Waiting for the legs to catch up.

  9. RUN
    alright Deansgrange 6.3 mi 00:51 08:05 pace

    HR 151, Cad 180. Legs are feeling the combined load from running and cycling to work.

  10. RUN
    alright Deansgrange 6.3 mi 00:52 08:10 pace

    HR 149, Cad 180. Same as yesterday, really, except for some blustery wind.

  11. RUN
    good Deansgrange 6.3 mi 00:51 08:08 pace

    HR 148, Cad 180. Legs felt better today; pace was the same as yesterday but HR was 5 beats lower - remarkable!

  12. RUN
    alright Deans Grange 6.25 mi 00:51 08:07 pace

    HR 153, Cad 182. Cardio vascular is getting better, legs are lagging behind a bit. I feel all my 47 years during the first mile; thankfully it gets better after a while

  13. RUN
    good Deans Grange 6.5 mi 00:53 08:12 pace

    HR 149, Cad 180. I'm starting to tolerate more miles. Got a bit tired after 4 but was back in the zone before 5.

  14. RUN
    good Kilbogget 5 mi 00:42 08:25 pace

    HR 151, Cad 178. Checking out my new surroundings after moving again. The legs are no longer sore but still a bit heavy. HR way too high but this will come down soon enough.

  15. RUN
    alright Kilbogget 4 mi 00:32 08:00 pace

    HR 158, Cad 180. Ignored the HR alarm and just ran. I'm used to seeing lower HR during tempo runs. There's work to be done.

  16. RUN
    alright Stillorgan 4 mi 00:33 08:20 pace

    HR 153, Cad 178. Interesting. Pace slower, HR higher than yesterday.

  17. RUN
    alright Singing in the Stillorgan Rain 3 mi 00:24 08:03 pace

    HR 150, Cad 180. Maybe a little bit fast but was completely unaware I was doing sub-8 pace for the last mile. Calves complaining a little, hamstrings better.

  18. RUN
    alright Stillorgan 2.5 mi 00:21 08:31 pace

    HR 148, Cad 180. Would you believe it, my legs are sore from 3 miles yesterday! Ran a bit shorter and a bit slower as a result this morning.

  19. RUN
    good Ultra Begins - The Reboot! 3 mi 00:24 08:02 pace

    HR 151, Cad 180. Was expecting 2 miles at 10 minute pace after my 4 week break, but went much better than expected. Went home after 3 miles because I didn't want to overdo it on my first day.

    • Alexander R.
      Alexander R.

      reading about your Belfast run, I wish other runners would post their thoughts and experiences. I had very high hopes for Pete Kostelnick, for example, his training was unbelievable, but he dropped very early on, not sure why

      17 days ago Like

  20. RUN
    blah 24 hrs World Championship, Be... 115 mi 24:00 12:31 pace

    Very disappointing race. It started well enough and I felt great but the legs seized up after 12 hours and I could no longer run. I spent many hours contemplating quitting - that race in particular... read more

    • Cathal D.
      Cathal D.

      fair play for sticking it out. as for quitting ultra running that's something for another time.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person