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  • 39 miles
  • 05:26 time
  • 2859 calories
  • 4 workouts
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  1. Shared Photo

    I like the Pearl Izumi EM Road N0 as a lightweight and comfortable running shoe, but it’s not quite as good as the best in its category. http://fellrnr.com/wiki/Pearl_Izumi_EM_Road_N0

  2. RUN
    blah 13 mi 01:57 08:59 pace

    Dog tired today. The combination of the treadmill descent and the broken 5K have left my legs weary.

    Cumulative distance for Running: 42.40 mi/7 days, 82.10 mi/14 days, 182.60 mi/28 days, 4,527.... read more

  3. RUN
    alright 8.5 mi 01:10 08:15 pace

    A broken 5K (12xquarters+30sec rest). The soreness is a little worse today, as is the weakness, but I made it though. I ran the quarters in 1:37-1:30 range, which is slower than I'd like, but ... read more

  4. Shared Photo

    The Brooks Transcend 2 is a good update, providing softer cushioning and a comfortable shoe, but its excessive weight is a problem. http://fellrnr.com/wiki/Brooks_Transcend

  5. RUN
    alright 4.24 mi 00:39 09:11 pace

    A quick diagnostic run. I don't have much soreness from yesterday's treadmill descent, but my legs are remarkably weak. My ankle is more or less okay, though there's still some infla... read more

  6. RUN
    alright 13.5 mi 01:40 07:24 pace

    I struggled with my foot strike today. The 16% decline is a bit like running on the flat in a shoe with a 25mm drop! It's hard not to heel strike, and when I midfoot strike my ankle is far mor... read more

  7. RUN
    alright 8.14 mi 01:09 08:27 pace

    A few easy miles, followed by an 8 mile hike, then 3 hours sweating under a car.

    Cumulative distance for Running: 45.80 mi/7 days, 84.30 mi/14 days, 176.20 mi/28 days, 4,567.20 mi/Year, 776.70 m... read more

  8. Shared Photo

    The NB RC5000 is one of the most inspiring shoes I've tested, with just enough cushioning to enable faster paces. If you're an efficient runner that wants to go faster, this 3oz/100g shoe... read more

    • Harry H.
      Harry H.

      those are my type of running shoes . . . look promising although I don't pay more than $50 for any running shoe anymore

      8 days ago Like1 person

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    • Harry H.
      Harry H.

      then Chapman must be a fan of "barefoot" running :) . . . that's as light as it gets . . .and it's free :) . . . but joking aside, the shoes I run in are under 6 oz. and costs under $40 and hold for over 2,000 miles . . . calculate that on a $ per ounce basis

      5 days ago Like

    • Lion
      Lion

      I'm not efficient, but want to go faster.

      5 days ago Like

  9. RUN
    alright 16 mi 02:15 08:25 pace

    The DOMS from Monday's treadmill descent made this a tougher run than I'd expected. A Red Bull helped keep things together ;}

    Cumulative distance for Running: 39.70 mi/7 days, 126.20 mi... read more

  10. RUN
    good 8.4 mi 01:11 08:24 pace

    Sometimes I amaze even myself. Occasionally that's a good thing. So Monday I did a treadmill descent, and I was intending to do 8-10 miles, but did 13. (Amazing hubris.) Within the first few m... read more

    • Lisa K.
      Lisa K.

      That is amazing - says the woman on her 5th week being off her feet from a running injury.

      10 days ago Like

    • Lion
      Lion

      13 miles at your speed would cause a lot more than swollen ankle & creaking for some of us.

      10 days ago Like

    • Jonathan S.
      Jonathan S.

      Lisa - I've come to believe that one of the biggest keys to my success in running is being able to fix myself.

      9 days ago Like

  11. RUN
    alright 13.3 mi 01:43 07:43 pace

    The treadmill knows no mercy - 13 miles at ~16% decline.

    Cumulative distance for Running: 48.70 mi/7 days, 107.70 mi/14 days, 171.40 mi/28 days, 4,566.30 mi/Year, 744.20 mi/YTD, 43,751.20 mi/All... read more

  12. RUN
    alright 2.01 mi 00:13:39 06:47 pace

    Hooning around, getting up to ~6:00 min/mile.

    Cumulative distance for Running: 38.50 mi/7 days, 98.80 mi/14 days, 179.90 mi/28 days, 4,653.00 mi/Year, 730.90 mi/YTD, 43,737.90 mi/All
    TRIMP 62, W... read more

  13. I've updated my Garmin footpod calibration utility to support FIT files. The beta version can be downloaded from http://fellrnr.com/wiki/Garmin_Foot_Pod_Calibration

  14. RUN
    alright 3.17 mi 00:29 09:00 pace

    Easy miles

    Cumulative distance for Running: 86.50 mi/7 days, 100.50 mi/14 days, 177.90 mi/28 days, 4,653.00 mi/Year, 728.80 mi/YTD, 43,735.90 mi/All
    TRIMP 98, Weekly TRIMP 2707, Monotony 0.76, Tr... read more

  15. RUN
    alright 16 mi 02:12 08:15 pace

    Running around 8:20 pace, which seemed easy for most of the run, though fatigue set in towards the end.

    Cumulative distance for Running: 83.30 mi/7 days, 97.30 mi/14 days, 174.80 mi/28 days, 4,6... read more

  16. RUN
    alright 5.7 mi 00:41 07:16 pace

    A slightly faster paced run to see how things shake out. My breathing was quite relaxed for 7:15 pace.

    Cumulative distance for Running: 67.30 mi/7 days, 81.30 mi/14 days, 175.80 mi/28 days, 4,64... read more

  17. One of the problems with being an ultrarunner is that it's not clear what 'normal' looks like. For instance, there's a research paper that shows elite athletes with Oxygen Satur... read more

  18. RUN
    alright 3.13 mi 00:25 07:55 pace

    Short, easy run.

    Cumulative distance for Running: 64.90 mi/7 days, 82.30 mi/14 days, 188.10 mi/28 days, 4,641.00 mi/Year, 704.00 mi/YTD, 43,711.10 mi/All
    Heart Rate: Average=143, drift=30.9 BMP,... read more

  19. RUN
    alright 5.42 mi 00:48 08:46 pace

    A few miles, feeling pretty good except for the elevated breathing and heart rate.

    Cumulative distance for Running: 61.70 mi/7 days, 79.20 mi/14 days, 184.90 mi/28 days, 4,646.70 mi/Year, 700.90... read more

  20. To clarify my earlier test results, my CK level is 868 U/L, with normal values in the range 24 - 204, so it's elevated. With true rhabdo, the CK level would be 10,000-200,000. So I have a bit ... read more

    • Nic A.
      Nic A.

      Sounds like you will be back on track fairly smartly - good news there are no kidney issues!

      18 days ago Like

    • Hugh B.

      You would need to kick off a ton of myoglobin to cash out your kidneys. Not possible given the amount of downhill treadmill work you do.

      17 days ago Like