Training Week Ending December 18, 2005



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SwStudio

Guest
Greetings, rec.runners! Please tell us about your training
week and goals.

- "training year" thread after next weekend.


cheers,
--
David Hirsh, director
www.absolutelyaccurate.com
Southern Ontario's Summer Race Series!
 
J

JMW

Guest
>Greetings, rec.runners! Please tell us about your training
>week and goals.
 
J

JRH

Guest
On Sun, 18 Dec 2005 10:05:38 -0500, JMW <[email protected]> wrote:

>>Greetings, rec.runners! Please tell us about your training
>>week and goals.


For Ultrajohn:
105 per, U do math.
F U GW.

SPLAT
 
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Biker Winterizer

Guest
4
4
8 week
goal run and bike

biking the year thru and not like years before.
 
J

JRH

Guest
PSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSYCHO!

On Sun, 18 Dec 2005 10:59:15 -0500, [email protected] (Biker
Winterizer) wrote:

>4
>4
>8 week
>goal run and bike
>
>biking the year thru and not like years before.
 
P

Parker Race

Guest
Week 1 of Hansen's Marathon schedule, today only called for 8 but I want to
get my mileage up.
Next week the real work begins.

mon: 4.5
tues: 6
wed: 0
thur: 7
fri: 6.75
sat: 6.75 time to accessorise the shoes, hit black ice and took a header
su: 12.5 (4 on trails, too icy, the rest on roads)

about 43

Goals:
Lose 10 lbs.
Run a Marathon PR in Boston .

"SwStudio" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:D[email protected]
> Greetings, rec.runners! Please tell us about your training
> week and goals.
>
> - "training year" thread after next weekend.
>
>
> cheers,
> --
> David Hirsh, director
> www.absolutelyaccurate.com
> Southern Ontario's Summer Race Series!
>
>
 
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Biker Winterizer

Guest
Re: Training Week Ending December 18, 2005

Group: rec.running Date: Sun, Dec 18, 2005, 12:14pm From: [email protected]
(JRH)
PSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSYCHO!
On Sun, 18 Dec 2005 10:59:15 -0500, [email protected] (Biker
Winterizer) wrote:
4
4
8 week
goal run and bike
biking the year thru and not like years before.

732433
r h
casey
rc
birth 5 13 1911
death 7 10 1992

rodney c. hutchinson.

what dope getting to you or what.
just fishing.

better take a step back low life.
you might get blaim for oj too.

biking the year thru and not like years before.
 
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Biker Winterizer

Guest
Re: Training Year Ending December 18, 2005

Group: rec.running Date: Sun, Dec 18, 2005, 10:05am From: [email protected]
(JMW)
Greetings, rec.runners! Please tell us about your training week and
goals.

should this not be jmw *** . org or what?

102×50=5100 miles r.h. who drinks r.c. and is acasey.

biking the year thru and not like years before.
 
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joe positive

Guest
SwStudio wrote:

> Greetings, rec.runners! Please tell us about your training
> week and goals.


goals: train as hard as I can without breaking. upcoming races: 5-miler Dec
31; possible 5K Jan 14; half-marathon Jan 22; marathon March 19.

M: 7mi (9:32), a far cry from Sunday's half-marathon pace :)
T: AM 6.25mi (8:39), PM 3.75mi (8:54)
W: 11mi (8:06)
R: 10mi incl 1600/1200/800/400, 400 rest. 6:13/4:38/3:09, oops/1:28
F: AM 8.15mi (8:55), PM 4.85mi (8:49)
Sa: 18.6mi (7:38), last 7.05mi in 50:13
Su: 9mi (9:26), super-ultra recovery

total: 78.6 miles

good week all

Karen

--
live! vicariously!
 
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Dan Stumpus

Guest
Goal: Avalon 50 mile January 14.

Sun: 0 Had virus last week, taking no chances...

Mon: 8 easy, felt 9/10.

Tue: 10.5 speed. 40 min w/u, 5 x 3:00, easy back. Typical first speed
workout, leg dept. way behind the wind dept.

Wed: 8 easy, felt 6/10.

Thu: 10.5 @ 146, 81% max hr. Fun, felt good all the way.

Fri: 4.5 easy, felt great, overslept, so cut it short.

Sat: 32 "easy" ;-) in Santa Monica mtns in 5:08. 4460' climb, 130 avg hr.
The first 15 miles were easy, the next 12 moderate, last 3 just wanted to
get this thing in the bag. Negative split. All up or down. 135-150 on
climbs, 115-125 on descents. 54 and overcast. Made sure I had enough to
run up all hills comfortably. Tired at the end, but didn't fade, legs felt
good. Hopefully, I'll be fully charged for my Tuesday speed workout.

73.5
 
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Biker Winterizer

Guest
4 being so dead.
your tax lean for 11 30 2004 9914855916 = $26,681.00
hay like I said ninja.
g o a ile b you po uj. ultra. fagget.

biking the year thru and not like years before.
 
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steve common

Guest
Goals : Get back on the wagon. PB Marathon in 2006

Mon 0:00 Unplanned rest due to work

Tue-Thu Unplanned rest due to /intoxication ethylique aigue/ and
sequels. 24 hours in emergency ward plays havoc with
training. Knew this was coming.

Sat 0:00 Planned "rest". Christmas shopping.

Sun 6:00 14k 9mi Club organised cross country meet. More than 1000
runners including internationals. I was on
shuttle duty so was jogging about the whole day.
Raced for the firm, in the company team race
4524m in 18:06
 
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Mr RobotTow

Guest
PSSSSSSSSSSSYCHO!



05 13:11:16 -0500, [email protected] (Biker Winterizer) wrote:

>
>Re: Training Week Ending December 18, 2005
>
>Group: rec.running Date: Sun, Dec 18, 2005, 12:14pm From: [email protected]
>(JRH)
>PSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSYCHO!
>On Sun, 18 Dec 2005 10:59:15 -0500, [email protected] (Biker
>Winterizer) wrote:
>4
>4
>8 week
>goal run and bike
>biking the year thru and not like years before.
>
>732433
>r h
>casey
>rc
>birth 5 13 1911
>death 7 10 1992
>
>rodney c. hutchinson.
>
>what dope getting to you or what.
>just fishing.
>
>better take a step back low life.
>you might get blaim for oj too.
>
>biking the year thru and not like years before.
 
S

SwStudio

Guest
"joe positive" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> M: 7mi (9:32), a far cry from Sunday's half-marathon pace :)
> T: AM 6.25mi (8:39), PM 3.75mi (8:54)


A double workout 2 days after a PB half marathon? Holy
****, you're tough. :)


cheers,
--
David Hirsh, director
www.absolutelyaccurate.com
Southern Ontario's Summer Race Series!
 
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Mr RobotTow

Guest
On Sun, 18 Dec 2005 13:59:41 -0500, "SwStudio"
<[email protected]> wrote:

>A double workout 2 days after a PB half marathon? Holy
>****, you're tough.


He gave you a boner eh?
 
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Tim Downie

Guest
steve common wrote:
> Goals : Get back on the wagon. PB Marathon in 2006
>
> Mon 0:00 Unplanned rest due to work
>
> Tue-Thu Unplanned rest due to /intoxication ethylique
> aigue/ and sequels. 24 hours in emergency ward plays
> havoc with training. Knew this was coming.
>
> Sat 0:00 Planned "rest". Christmas shopping.


What happened to Friday (or did you lose that in the emergency ward)?

Tim
 
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Mr RobotTow

Guest
On Sun, 18 Dec 2005 20:22:25 -0000, "Tim Downie"
<[email protected]> wrote:

>What happened to Friday (or did you lose that in the emergency ward)?


Friday is an evil Irish invention, intended to corrupt our youth.
Hence it is now banned in america.
 
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joe positive

Guest
SwStudio wrote:

> "joe positive" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> M: 7mi (9:32), a far cry from Sunday's half-marathon pace :)
>> T: AM 6.25mi (8:39), PM 3.75mi (8:54)

>
> A double workout 2 days after a PB half marathon? Holy
> ****, you're tough. :)


yabut both runs that day were way slow, and I had that 9:30-ish trot the day
before. I was pretty recovered by the Tuesday.

Some of us need to run lots and lots just to be mediocre. I hope one day to
be half as fast as you are, on twice your mileage :)

Karen

--
live! vicariously!
 
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Phil M.

Guest
[email protected] wrote:

> Greetings, rec.runners! Please tell us about your training week and
> goals.


Mon 0.00 rest
Tue 6.91 3 up, 4 @ lt
Wed 9.03 medium long
Thu 5.06 easy
Fri 9.00 aerobic
Sat 5.00 easy
Sun 15.33 medium long, 11 + 4 @ MP
-----------------------------------------------
Wk 50
Yr 2,316 (closing in on a record year)

4/1/06 American River 50-mile Endurance Run, Sacramento CA.
Not yet registered, but training with this race in mind.


Have a great week rec.runners.

--
Phil M.

"What counts in battle is what you do once the pain sets in." -John
Short, South African coach.