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  1. RUN
    alright NDH 8.01 mi 01:14 09:17 pace

    Went out to NDH to find some sun. WRONG!!! Even though it feels like mid April, it's still March 1. Ran in the shade mostly with icy patches on the road. Knee problems at mile 6. But it&#... read more

  2. VELO
    alright Trainer Road - Morgan 15.2 mi 01:00 15.2mph pace

    The plan was 8x3-minute VO2 Max repeats with equal work-to-rest ratios.

    These repeats gradually ramped up to 120% FTP with 3-minute recoveries between intervals. Made the first 4 and then strugg... read more

  3. What the heck you guys!! Riding outside in February?!!

  4. RUN
    alright A Little BBridge 3 mi 00:27 08:56 pace

    Cadence was down slightly...as was speed. Finished up with some strides around the TMHS track.

  5. swim
    good Midday Masters 2550 yd 01:00 41:24 pace

    JimU, StrongDan and the occasional Jamie B were all in my lane. No bonking.

  6. RUN
    good Bbridge 4 mi 00:36 08:57 pace

    Focused on cadence which averaged 168. Each mile was faster than the previous although my cadence stayed right in the 168-172 range.

  7. RUN
    good Tri-Camp 1 mi 00:08:45 08:45 pace

    See previous note about F'd up data and guessing conservatively. Technology is great, except when it isn't.

  8. VELO
    good Tri Camp 18 mi 01:15 14.4mph pace

    Data was all F'd up, so I'm guessing conservatively.

  9. RUN
    good Fieldhouse 7.12 mi 01:03 08:52 pace

    My long run since Thanksgiving. Round and Round he goes. Last mile in 8:24.

  10. VELO
    good AGB Cycle 35.29 mi 02:16 15.6mph pace

    4x18-minute over-under intervals with 90-second valleys at 80% FTP and 3-minute peaks that ascend to 95-100% FTP; endurance intervals between over-unders are 12-minutes long.

    • Jim U.

      You could teach a cycling class now.

      9 days ago Like

    • Tommy T.

      I will take your class. Especially if you teach butterfly.

      9 days ago Like

    • Jim U.

      You can't teach intensity like that. But the Dude can call a contra dance and that's pretty much the same thing.

      9 days ago Like

  11. swim
    good AGB Masters 2650 yd 01:00 39:50 pace

    Focus on the kick...focus on the kick...focus on the kick.

    • Jim
      Jim

      Which means I picked the right day for floatie jammers!

      11 days ago Like

  12. RUN
    good Tri-Camp Run 1.68 mi 00:14:23 08:33 pace

    Focusing on cadence. During the 7 minute session, I was running comfortably at 172 spm at a pace of 8:08.

  13. VELO
    good Tri-Camp Cycle 13.98 mi 00:58 14.5mph pace

    In order to get my heart rate to 128, my cadence had to be 82.

  14. Shared Photo

    Homework for U. :-)

    • Jim U.

      Yowza, an IF of 1.00 sends a shiver down my spine. Are those intervals a minute long? I like how they appear to be flaming, as you were building well over the target load.

      13 days ago Like

    • Jim
      Jim

      50 seconds on, 50 seconds off. Lather, rinse, repeat....It is interesting to see...the first set of 8 I kind of built my way through feeling alright. The second set of 8 starts and I'm thinking, "oh crap, this is going to be hard." By the third set I was just trying to not flame out!!

      13 days ago Like

    • Jim U.

      That last one is a towering inferno.

      12 days ago Like

  15. VELO
    good Trainer Road - Forester 15.6 mi 01:00 15.6mph pace

    I was planning to run after this, but instead I felt like puking! 3 x 8 @50 seconds all out with 50 seconds rest in between. http://www.trainerroad.com/cycling/rides/1693155-Foerster

  16. RUN
    good Home from Church 5.6 mi 00:50 08:58 pace

    This felt pretty darn good. Even though I haven't been running much, my cycling fitness is helping out!

  17. VELO
    AM Cycle Club 31.17 mi 02:01 15.5mph pace

    Icefall - 4x15-minute over-under intervals with 2-minute valleys at 80% FTP and 3-minute peaks that ascend to 95-100% FTP; endurance intervals between over-unders are 10-minutes long.

    • Tommy T.

      wow...just the description is wow...

      16 days ago Like

    • Jim
      Jim

      I just cut and paste from the Trainer Road workout description. Reads a bit more impressive than it is :-)

      14 days ago Like

    • Tommy T.

      I signed up. Have my power tap speed cadence sensor installed...waiting for my USB stick. Much more understandable once I saw the hardware in person...hope I'm not saying that too soon. Thanks!

      14 days ago Like

  18. FIT
    good ABP Lunchtime 00:35

    Mixing it up. Dave Thomson was swimming again....his 50 splits were right at 45 seconds. He's got the kick we've been looking for. He also has pump bumps.

  19. RUN
    good Field House 4.02 mi 00:35 08:38 pace

    Focusing on cadence. Averaged 166 which is heading in the right direction. First mile was 162 and I felt like my cadence was slowing in the subsequent miles when in fact, it was increasing. At a... read more

    • Jim U.

      You might benefit from a gait analysis. I'm due for another one, but the one I had last summer broke some bad habits.

      18 days ago Like

    • Jim
      Jim

      Who did your gait analysis?

      18 days ago Like

    • Jim U.

      Annie Albrecht. Video analysis. She's great.

      18 days ago Like

  20. swim
    good Floatie Jammers 1200 yd 00:35 51:20 pace

    Worked on form and drills. Kicking for me while doing freestyle is a bit like patting my head and rubbing my tummy. But, this old dog can learn new tricks.

    • Jim U.

      I'm trying to energize my kick by thinking about kicking my hip past my anchored forearm. It makes more sense doing the backstroke.

      19 days ago Like

    • Jim
      Jim

      I'm trying to count to six!

      18 days ago Like