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  • 3 miles
  • 00:30 time
  • 09:35 pace
  • 358 calories
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  • 465 ft climb
  • 0 max hr
  • 0 avg hr
    • Currently 3/5 Effort.
    effort 3/5
delayed brick? 3.13 mi 00:30 09:35 pace

i suppose it's not really a brick if you drive home from cycling and wait 45 minutes before running... but oh well, it still felt tough and my legs are now wrecked. dave (the hubs) went with me...what a nice fella he is! he caught me up on his golf game while i told him about the cycle. #fitcouplesrock

have a GREAT weekend friends. :)

  • Matt B.

    Great brick - and good bonding time!

    over 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Donna D.
    Donna D.

    Nice! And indeed, #fitcouplesrock :-)

    over 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Azaka R.
    Azaka R.

    Great job! Still a brick to me lol

    over 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Jay S.
    Jay S.

    It's a rubber brick. You never heard that term?

    over 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Jgal
    Jgal

    no? explain!

    over 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Jay S.
    Jay S.

    It's a brick, of course if you run after the bike. It is a rubber brick if there is a delay between the run and the bike. Rubber brick isn't as "hard." I heard Dave Scott use that term once.

    over 2 years ago Like

  • Jay S.
    Jay S.

    "DAVE SCOTT is a six-time IRONMAN World Champion and the first inductee into the IRONMAN HALL OF FAME."
    You are young and I wasn't sure you would recognize who it was.

    over 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Jgal
    Jgal

    excellent. makes sense - a brick is obviously the true meaning since your legs are like, WTF?! ...but running an hour after still made my legs hurt a lot more. have a nice weekend jay :)

    over 2 years ago Like

  • Carol B.

    Nice work! How nice of the hubs to join you :) I patiently listen to my hubby while he talks golf and he does the same for my droning on about running - it works!

    over 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Jay S.
    Jay S.

    You too Julie.

    over 2 years ago Like

  • Jgal
    Jgal

    @carol YES. i don't get golf at all...but he loves it and that's fine with me:)

    over 2 years ago Like

  • Mike P.

    still a brick! Nice job!

    over 2 years ago Like

  • Chuck C.
    Chuck C.

    Still a brick for sure, and sometimes tougher after a short break. Way to get it done.

    over 2 years ago Like

  • Tim T.
    Tim T.

    Nice tri altogether, jgal

    over 2 years ago Like

  • Cecil
    Cecil

    A brick is a brick is a brick.

    over 2 years ago Like

  • Sara C.
    Sara C.

    Great brick work today!!

    over 2 years ago Like

  • Les G.
    Les G.

    It's your workout. If you want it to be a brick, then a brick it is. Still a great workout no matter what you call it.

    over 2 years ago Like

  • Dinh P.
    Dinh P.

    Sounds like a sucessful brick to me. Cool you got to hang out w/ the hubs

    over 2 years ago Like

  • Jenny B.
    Jenny B.

    you had me at fitcouplesrock. ;)

    over 2 years ago Like1 person

  • Steve M.

    nice work Julie!

    over 2 years ago Like

  • Patrick K.
    Patrick K.

    Great job keep coming.

    over 2 years ago Like

  • Vern M.
    Vern M.

    Straight off the bike or not, still a tough run on tired legs!

    over 2 years ago Like