hoo boy first track workout in I don’t know how long. Kept it easy-ish as my right hamstring felt tight to start (thankfully loosened up over the workout) and I didn’t want to grind myself into dust after 2+ months of not running hard. Plus I had to make it the 2 miles back home ha.
2 x 1200, 300, 200, 100
400 rest after the 1200 and in between the sets, 100 walk / jog in between the shorter stuff.
Felt pretty good! Kept the 1200s around HM / Marathon pace and the fast stuff I did fast.
Set 1 6:01 / 1:07 / :39 / :16
Set 2 5:46 / 1:09 / :36 / :16
A little over 7 miles total for the night with the warm up and cool down.
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All my money is invested in old Mad Magazines and non-interest bearing checking accounts, but back to running...
9.0 easy miles this morning at 8:44/mile pace on an out-and-back route. I don't run out-and-back routes too often but I do like this one because it gives me about 400' of climb with the way out being a nice gentle rise for most of the route and then coming downhill on the way home.
13ish “miles” yesterday after work. Ten minutes of warmup/openers, 30 minutes in the sweet spot (92% of threshold), and 3 minutes of cooldown. The half-hour steady effort confirmed that I need a different saddle for my trainer bike.
I took my road bike out early at daybreak this morning. Was having a pretty good time until the rain arrived. It was pretty cold and thankfully my wife picked me up ~36mi in. No wonder everyone else was so bundled up. My sit bones always hurt after about 2 hours too.
Usually a road cyclist but bike is in the shop and thought I'd getting back into running. Been doing 2-3 mile lunch runs during the week and felt adventurous today. Did 5 miles at ~7 minute pace, longest/fastest I've done in a while. Need to change my routes up, streets have too many stops