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  • 17 miles
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  1. RUN
    good 5 miles at pace 6 mi 00:50 08:18 pace

    72 °F, 0mph N, 88%, 845, 00:49:53, Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 August 18, 2015, 102 miles, Max heart rate: 173 BPM, Avg heart rate: 159 BPM, shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 70 °F, 0mph N... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Felt really good for the first half and then struggled a bit on the second half, but with very little drop in pace. So, all in all a pretty good run! I think the "pace" that Higdon is referring to for these runs is supposed to be marathon pace but I originally thought 10K pace and now shooting for that is a habit...

      1 day ago Like

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Oh yeah, not that it matters, but my net pace without warmup or cooldown was actually 8:13...

      1 day ago Like

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Great running Lowell! Every second counts:-)

      about 24 hours ago Like1 person

  2. RUN
    alright 45 minute tempo 6 mi 00:51 08:32 pace

    70 °F, HI: 71 °F, 0mph N, 94%, 838, 00:51:17, Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 August 18, 2015, 96 miles, Max heart rate: 171 BPM, Avg heart rate: 155 BPM, shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 74 ... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      If you happen to watch any of the US Open tennis tournament, I looked like those players when I finished my run - sweat just pouring off my tech gear. In a way I'm glad the heat came back - the nice weather was making me soft! Not that I was minding...

      2 days ago Like

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    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      I've gotta say, I did not feel like a machine today! This run was a genuine struggle. The 20 miler last weekend really did take it out of me so I'm glad my long run will be a mere 12 miler this weekend, followed by one more 20 miler the week after. Marathon weekend can't get here fast enough!

      2 days ago Like1 person

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Great work sticking with it Lowell! To be honest I don't think with your routine there was any risk of becoming soft. With you I think there's hard... and harder:-) Enjoy your reduced mileage long run this weekend. Race day will soon be here.

      about 24 hours ago Like1 person

  3. RUN
    alright Recovery run 5.01 mi 00:44 08:51 pace

    75 °F, 4mph W, 74%, 700, 00:44:20, Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 August 18, 2015, 91 miles, Max heart rate: 167 BPM, Avg heart rate: 152 BPM, shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 73 °F, 0mph N,... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      The relative humidity does not do the stickiness here justice! My hands are actually sticking to everything I touch this morning. Once it gets a little warmer, on with the AC. Man, summer's letting us know it's not done yet!

      3 days ago Like

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Yikes... sounds rough! Pretty humid here as well as we've had light showers for most of the day but definitely not summer temperatures. Hope everything that was sticking to you has been unstuck:-) Nice miles Lowell!

      3 days ago Like1 person

    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      Good recovery run, we almost forgot about the extreme heat but we got the warm and muggy again. That A/C is so nice to relax in.

      2 days ago Like1 person

    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      Those conditions sound rough! Great job sticking it out.

      2 days ago Like

  4. RUN
    alright Long run 20 mi 03:05 09:15 pace

    66 °F, 0mph N, 88%, 3039, 03:05:18, Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 August 18, 2015, 71 miles, Max heart rate: 172 BPM, Avg heart rate: 155 BPM, shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 69 °F, 3mph S... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      The "alright" face is a pretty accurate description of the end of the run. For the first 16 miles I actually felt really good, so I'm not complaining!

      4 days ago Like

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    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Thanks guys. One thing I've not done this year that might be having an affect on my runs is not fueling at all. I've been better than ever about stopping for water short water brakes, but I really need to try some gels to see if they'll make a difference. I've still got one more big run to go!

      4 days ago Like1 person

    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      May sound crazy but I swear by peanut butter sandwich and coffee pre start and then Reeses peanut butter cups during halftime during the run. Also good is Gatorade prim sports fuel drink(fruit punch) but all it is is thick sugar kool aid liquidy gel.

      4 days ago Like1 person

  5. RUN
    great Recovery run 5.01 mi 00:41 08:15 pace

    63 °F, 0mph N, 94%, 706, 00:41:21, Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 August 18, 2015, 66 miles, Max heart rate: 210 BPM, Avg heart rate: 161 BPM, shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 62 °F, 0mph N,... read more

  6. RUN
    good 10 miles 10.47 mi 01:33 08:52 pace

    57 °F, 4mph W, 100%, 1508, 01:32:53, Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 August 18, 2015, 55 miles, Max heart rate: 168 BPM, Avg heart rate: 155 BPM, shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 58 °F, 4mph ... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      I intended this to be a long run but ended up stopping at 10 and a half for an unusual reason - it was all going WAY too easily! Seriously, I felt like I could have run all day long. So I stopped since I know the weather is supposed to be about 4 degrees warmer early Sunday morning. I'm worried because I ran a race a while back where the weather was unseasonably warm and I died out there! So, Sunday long run this week!

      6 days ago Like

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    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      That is real dedication. Too easy so you put it off until the conditions are worse! Kudos to you Lowell - I'm afraid I wouldn't have done the same!

      6 days ago Like1 person

    • Corey W.

      nice job Lowell! sounds like a great 10!

      6 days ago Like1 person

  7. RUN
    good 50 minute tempo 7.01 mi 00:58 08:18 pace

    66 °F, 0mph NW, 68%, 988, 00:58:10, Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 August 18, 2015, 48 miles, Max heart rate: 172 BPM, Avg heart rate: 160 BPM, shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 68 °F, 6mph N... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Look at those weather numbers! They only go a small way towards describing the wonderfulness in which I ran this morning! You don't have to be religious to think that this is the kind of day when the psalmist wrote, "The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork." (I'm using King James because, as we all know, that was the original language of the Bible. Wasn't it?? ;-)

      8 days ago Like

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    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      You've got to make the most of these rare times when everything seems to be on your side. Great tempo run Lowell!

      7 days ago Like1 person

    • Rachel
      Rachel

      Awesome conditions and great run!!

      7 days ago Like1 person

  8. RUN
    great Recovery run 5.01 mi 00:42 08:27 pace

    66 °F, 4mph W, 88%, 707, 00:42:26, Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 August 18, 2015, 43 miles, Max heart rate: 173 BPM, Avg heart rate: 158 BPM, shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 65 °F, 4mph NW... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      It's so funny how differently we can view humidity depending on the time of year. A month ago I would have been (and was) complaining bitterly about 93% relative humidity at the end of a run. This morning? It just made me feel nice and cool...

      9 days ago Like

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    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      A nice a cool run for you, august nights are cool, and days are spectacular(mostly) good 5 big mile recovery run today!

      9 days ago Like1 person

    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      Minor changes in just one of the many weather parameters can make such a difference. Well the difference between a moan or praise! Great recovery Lowell.

      8 days ago Like1 person

  9. This comment might be the result of being the old guy around here. But, I just took a couple of minutes to review some data from this morning's run. Then I went back and looked at some previo... read more

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      3-4 years ago I was contemplating whether it was worth me picking up a Garmin watch - I'd not run much at all at any point in my life but wanted to see if I could get started. I finally bit the bullet and spent my £300 and a few years later I now know what a great investment it was. Amazing to be able to so effortlessly measure distance and pace without any mental investment and to be able to adjust runs on the fly.

      9 days ago Like1 person

    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      Sad as it may sound I wouldn't be without my tech. The logging and analysis it all part of the enjoyment for me!

      8 days ago Like1 person

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Having started running before the tech was available to the general public I can tell you it makes all the difference in the world. I kept copious notes of my runs in a paper calendar but the notes were basically where I ran, how far, how I felt, and the weather. All just totals, no details at all. I love having access to all that information that's recorded effortlessly in real time. You're right, it makes it much more fun and is worth every penny (and it didn't cost that many pennies!)...

      8 days ago Like2 people

  10. RUN
    good 7 x hills 9.01 mi 01:19 08:49 pace

    68 °F, 0mph N, 84%, 1301, 01:19:29, Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 August 18, 2015, 34 miles, Max heart rate: 169 BPM, Avg heart rate: 155 BPM, shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 70 °F, 2mph S... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      I hate hills so this run was a very pleasant surprise - I didn't hate it! Felt good out there. A bit warm, and by the time I got to my house sweat was streaming off my tech gear, but otherwise this was a really good run...

      10 days ago Like

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Nothing better than having that surprise of actually enjoying that workout that you didn't really want to do. Great running Lowell! You continue to reach new heights:-)

      10 days ago Like1 person

    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      Hill routes are torturous but you can get used to them. Good workout, glad you have the gusto to call a run with hills a good run, and why not, they are a part of it, good attitude and good job out there today.

      10 days ago Like1 person

    • Zafer Y.
      Zafer Y.

      Great great great :))

      10 days ago Like1 person

  11. RUN
    great Recovery run 4.01 mi 00:34 08:23 pace

    61 °F, 0mph N, 83%, 514, 00:33:40, Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 August 18, 2015, 30 miles, Max heart rate: 165 BPM, Avg heart rate: 148 BPM, shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 60 °F, 0mph N,... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Came very close to wearing a long sleeved tee this morning! Not because it felt all that cool so much as to keep myself prepared for a possible hot day in six weeks! We've had some really nice weekends lately and I don't want to get too spoiled...

      11 days ago Like

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    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      It actually felt cooler than the temperature suggests - my hands were pretty cold for the first mile and a half. But, yeah, a long sleeved tee would have been overkill. Still, I did consider it!

      11 days ago Like1 person

    • Corey W.

      great recovery Lowell!

      11 days ago Like1 person

  12. RUN
    good Long run 13.1 mi 01:54 08:44 pace

    63 °F, 0mph N, 83%, 1878, 01:54:26, Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 August 18, 2015, 17 miles, Max heart rate: 175 BPM, Avg heart rate: 155 BPM, shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 70 °F, 4mph N... read more

  13. RUN
    good 6 miles at pace 6.2 mi 00:52 08:26 pace

    70 °F, 4mph WNW, 83%, 875, 00:52:22, Mixing Wave Inspire 10 August 18, 2015, 11 miles, Max heart rate: 168 BPM, Avg heart rate: 157 BPM, shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 68 °F, 5mph ... read more

  14. RUN
    alright 45 minute tempo 6.03 mi 00:51 08:29 pace

    73 °F, HI: 75 °F, 0mph N, 89%, 880, 00:51:12, Mixing Wave Inspire 10 August 18, 2015, 5 miles, Max heart rate: 172 BPM, Avg heart rate: 160 BPM, shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 73 °... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      I just didn't really feel it today but I did manage to settle in and just do it while keeping in mind that this was a tempo run so I wanted to run hard. I noticed my average heart rate was running a little high so I went back and checked and noticed that always happens with my tempo runs. Guess that means I am running them hard so that's a good thing...

      15 days ago Like

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      A 45 min hard session despite not feeling it is very impressive. Great job ignoring those voices of defiance that tried to get you to miss your run. Think your right about the heart rate - I suppose if your avg HR wasn't a little high then it wouldn't be a Tempo run.

      15 days ago Like1 person

    • Corey W.

      way to work through it Lowell, great mental toughness!

      15 days ago Like

    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      Your HR just confirmed your effort was spot on. Always harder when your not feeling it. Great job.

      15 days ago Like1 person

  15. RUN
    alright Recovery run 5.01 mi 00:43 08:34 pace

    70 °F, 0mph N, 88%, 695, 00:43:00, Mixing Wave Inspire 10 August 18, 2015, 0 miles, Max heart rate: 167 BPM, Avg heart rate: 154 BPM, shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 69 °F, 0mph S, ... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Took a good half mile to loosen up this morning. I felt like I was having to swing each hip really wide every so often to work the kinks out. Glad that doesn't happen too often!

      16 days ago Like

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    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      At least it was a recovery run and it didn't compromise one of your main sessions. Great job Lowell!

      16 days ago Like1 person

    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      As Steve says, at least this was a planned recovery run. Nice miles Lowell.

      15 days ago Like

  16. RUN
    good 7 x 800 6.01 mi 00:51 08:24 pace

    68 °F, 0mph N, 88%, 824, 00:50:33, Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 May 24, 2015, 432 miles, Max heart rate: 172 BPM, Avg heart rate: 155 BPM, shorts, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 70 °F, 2mph S, 8... read more

  17. RUN
    good Recovery run 5.01 mi 00:43 08:35 pace

    64 °F, 0mph N, 88%, 676, 00:43:02, Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 May 24, 2015, 427 miles, Max heart rate: 170 BPM, Avg heart rate: 151 BPM, tech socks, bandana. 62 °F, 0mph S, 85% at end.

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Wonderful run this morning. There are a lot of poplars and other tall trees where I run so even though the sun was up, I was in shade for most of the run. But the sun happened to break through in all the most beautiful spots, highlighting the swans feathers on the pond, the mist rising off the golf course, etc. If the music's good at church, this will be one all around uplifting morning...

      18 days ago Like

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    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      Wonderful 5 mile recovery run! Like how you appreciate every little detail, that's gratitude buddy. Good attitude!

      18 days ago Like1 person

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      I can completely relate to this need to make up distance to reach these round numbers - sometimes on runs when I set out for one of the official race distances such as a 10k and my route falls short somewhat I can be seen running round my building block to make up the difference like some sort of nutter. Well impressed with your 50 mile week - I've only got up into the 30s before.

      18 days ago Like1 person

  18. RUN
    good 10 mile recovery 10.01 mi 01:28 08:47 pace

    61 °F, 0mph N, 94%, 1394, 01:28:01, Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 May 24, 2015, 417 miles, Max heart rate: 165 BPM, Avg heart rate: 152 BPM, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 68 °F, 1mph S, 71% at end.

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Pace was a bit slower than usual, but that's not surprising since I ran 10 yesterday. Felt really good...

      19 days ago Like

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    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      Wait a minute, a 10 mile Recovery after a Massive 20 mile run yesterday. Unbelievably Ambitious master Jedi. Remarkable stamina and enthusiasm Brother Lowell! Wow. A 30 mile weekend!!

      19 days ago Like1 person

    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      You have really packed in some awesome milage this week! Kudos to you!

      18 days ago Like1 person

  19. RUN
    good Long run 20.01 mi 03:02 09:06 pace

    57 °F, 4mph W, 94%, 2971, 03:02:15, Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 May 24, 2015, 397 miles, Max heart rate: 166 BPM, Avg heart rate: 154 BPM, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 69 °F, 4mph SW, 59% at ... read more

    • Lowell W.
      Lowell W.

      Nice and slow. Under these conditions it felt great until about mile 17, so, thank you, Weather, for the assist! It was so dry out there at the end, I was looking to see if the ground had turned brown and if Corey would wave as he passed me! Okay, it wasn't Los Alamos dry, but for around here it felt wonderful....

      20 days ago Like1 person

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    • Zafer Y.
      Zafer Y.

      Wohooo great run :)(

      19 days ago Like1 person

    • Doug G.
      Doug G.

      Glad you go by instinct and science and are proactive and don't leave it to chance. 20 miles is no joking around type run. They zap you and you need everything you have to succeed. Awesome milestone to success.

      19 days ago Like1 person

  20. RUN
    good 4 mile run 4.01 mi 00:34 08:24 pace

    66 °F, 0mph N, 83%, 554, 00:33:42, Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 May 24, 2015, 393 miles, Max heart rate: 173 BPM, Avg heart rate: 156 BPM, short sleeved tee, tech socks, bandana. 70 °F, 8mph WNW, 71% at ... read more