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Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

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Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  KBFitz on Sun Nov 18, 2012 10:55 am

Daymilestype
Mon 05 recov69°F
Tue 05 easy49°F
Wed --
Thu --
Fri 02 easy48°F
Sat 50 race27-61°F JFK 50 Mile 8:45:04
Sun -- Feel like I got hit by a truck.
Week 62
YTD 2,242
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Re: Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  Michele "1L" Keane on Sun Nov 18, 2012 2:18 pm

That doesn't sound good, Kev. How did it go yesterday?

Mon - Day Off
Tues - 5.5 miles with striders
Wed - 4.5 miles. Core class.
Thus - Day off
Fri - 5 miles
Sat - 9 hilly miles in 29F. Felt good to run hills. Negative split run.
Sun - 6 easy miles

Total: 30 miles
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Re: Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  T Miller on Sun Nov 18, 2012 4:51 pm

Started a round of P90X this week and still recovering from Monumental Marathon.

Mon: Chest and Back + Ab Ripper + 5 miles
Tue: Plyometrics + 5 miles
Wed: Shoulders and Arms + Ab Ripper + 3 miles
Thu: Yoga X
Fri: Legs and Back + Ab Ripper + 6 miles
Sat: 1/2 Kenpo X + 7 miles
Sun: x Stretch + 9.5 miles

Week: 35.5
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Re: Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  Julie on Sun Nov 18, 2012 8:09 pm

week 1 post Veterans Marathon

M rest
T 2
W 6
Thur 8, knee a little sore
Fri rest
Sat rest
Sun 10 with some knee soreness

Kevin I hope you have a good recovery, congrats on the 50 miler! That is awesome.
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Re: Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  fostever on Sun Nov 18, 2012 9:05 pm

M-F- off injured sprained ankle/foot got some annoying stomach bug too, so hopefully overcome two birds w/ one stone.
Sa-5 mi easy test run
Su-6mi mild tempo
11mi week 1717 YTD
Foot still black and blue but ok to run easy.


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Re: Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  mountandog on Sun Nov 18, 2012 9:23 pm

week three of R2B recovery:

Mon - ran 5 in Germany
Tue - 5 more in Germany
Wed - 7 with 8 strides back home
Thu - off
Fri - 4 w/ 1 mile @ 5k
Sat - 5 miles
Sun - 10 miles

Total 36 miles

Am really fighting a left knee injury suffered somehow in the R2B. Am following the ice/ibuprofen regimen and have been running fewer miles due to recovery schedule - but its stubborn. Can run about 3-5 miles and then it kicks in. Can be almost to the point I have to walk home. But each week it seems like I can go one more mile before it hurts. Outside of left knee.
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Re: Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  Schuey on Sun Nov 18, 2012 10:46 pm

@mountandog wrote:


Am really fighting a left knee injury suffered somehow in the R2B. Am following the ice/ibuprofen regimen and have been running fewer miles due to recovery schedule - but its stubborn. Can run about 3-5 miles and then it kicks in. Can be almost to the point I have to walk home. But each week it seems like I can go one more mile before it hurts. Outside of left knee.

Sounds like your ITB to me!
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Re: Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  Jerry on Mon Nov 19, 2012 11:33 am

@mountandog wrote:week three of R2B recovery:

Mon - ran 5 in Germany
Tue - 5 more in Germany
Wed - 7 with 8 strides back home
Thu - off
Fri - 4 w/ 1 mile @ 5k
Sat - 5 miles
Sun - 10 miles

Total 36 miles

Am really fighting a left knee injury suffered somehow in the R2B. Am following the ice/ibuprofen regimen and have been running fewer miles due to recovery schedule - but its stubborn. Can run about 3-5 miles and then it kicks in. Can be almost to the point I have to walk home. But each week it seems like I can go one more mile before it hurts. Outside of left knee.

Rest, old man. You have broken 3 hours, where else do you want? lol!
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Re: Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  Jerry on Mon Nov 19, 2012 11:36 am

Monday: 7 recovery
Tuesday: 8
Wednesday: lazy
Thursday: lazy
Friday: 12
Saturday: 10
Sunday: 0+soccer, 1:0 we are in the final

Weekly: 30
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Re: Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  mountandog on Mon Nov 19, 2012 3:24 pm

@Jerry wrote:
@mountandog wrote:week three of R2B recovery:

Mon - ran 5 in Germany
Tue - 5 more in Germany
Wed - 7 with 8 strides back home
Thu - off
Fri - 4 w/ 1 mile @ 5k
Sat - 5 miles
Sun - 10 miles

Total 36 miles

Am really fighting a left knee injury suffered somehow in the R2B. Am following the ice/ibuprofen regimen and have been running fewer miles due to recovery schedule - but its stubborn. Can run about 3-5 miles and then it kicks in. Can be almost to the point I have to walk home. But each week it seems like I can go one more mile before it hurts. Outside of left knee.

Rest, old man. You have broken 3 hours, where else do you want? lol!

Old Man is right!! But now I want to go sub 2:55. Yes I'm greedy, but I figure PRs are only in my future for a short time. Am toying with the idea of running the USATF Masters Marathon Nationals next fall. If I can knock off another 5 - 8 minutes I might be competitive. I realize that's a ton of time - but hey - you never try you never know.

Shuey - good idea on IT band. Will start foam roller tonight.
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Re: Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  Schuey on Mon Nov 19, 2012 5:17 pm

@mountandog wrote:
@Jerry wrote:
@mountandog wrote:week three of R2B recovery:

Mon - ran 5 in Germany
Tue - 5 more in Germany
Wed - 7 with 8 strides back home
Thu - off
Fri - 4 w/ 1 mile @ 5k
Sat - 5 miles
Sun - 10 miles

Total 36 miles

Am really fighting a left knee injury suffered somehow in the R2B. Am following the ice/ibuprofen regimen and have been running fewer miles due to recovery schedule - but its stubborn. Can run about 3-5 miles and then it kicks in. Can be almost to the point I have to walk home. But each week it seems like I can go one more mile before it hurts. Outside of left knee.

Rest, old man. You have broken 3 hours, where else do you want? lol!

Old Man is right!! But now I want to go sub 2:55. Yes I'm greedy, but I figure PRs are only in my future for a short time. Am toying with the idea of running the USATF Masters Marathon Nationals next fall. If I can knock off another 5 - 8 minutes I might be competitive. I realize that's a ton of time - but hey - you never try you never know.

Shuey - good idea on IT band. Will start foam roller tonight.

First off your not greedy and if you want that sub 2:55 than go get it!! 110% buddy there is nothing short in time for getting a PR only the mind to tell us that it is short!!! I love your energy and don't you ever let that go!! Don't sweat the small stuff and everything is small!!!

Second don't forgot to get that foam roller up near your lower back. Lot's of people just think of the ITB along the side of the leg. For me once I paid attention to the my butt area and up near the lower back I was able to resolve my ITB problems!
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Re: Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  KBFitz on Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:30 pm

@KBFitz wrote:
Sat 50 race27-61°F JFK 50 Mile 8:45:04
Sun -- Feel like I got hit by a truck.
@Michele "1L" Keane wrote:That doesn't sound good, Kev. How did it go yesterday?
@Julie wrote:Kevin I hope you have a good recovery, congrats on the 50 miler! That is awesome.
Well, I didn't get hit by a truck. Just feel like it.

I had forgotten just how disabled I am and for how long after this race. I've been walking with crutches since Sunday and am on prescription strength anti-inflammatories. Today I may walk without crutches. But I'll be on stiff NSAIDs for a few weeks, do rehab exercises and will not run for a month or so. This is the near-term price I pay for running more than 4 hours on a right ankle/heel joint that was badly fractured in a fall about 35 years ago. The longer-term price is unknown. But it will likely hasten the onset of arthritis in that fractured sub-talar joint. Price to high you say? I would have to agree.

Knowing this would likely be my last JFK 50 Mile, I pledged to take the AT real easy and cruise the C&O towpath. But for several reasons that will be featured in my report, I was toast by Antietam Aquaduct [27.1 miles]. I'm pleased to have finished and look forward to participating in future JFK 50 Mile races as crew/pacer.
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Re: Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  Admin on Tue Nov 20, 2012 2:54 pm

I ran a marathon on Sunday but didn't train for it. I am such a slacker!

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Re: Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  Jeff F on Tue Nov 20, 2012 3:46 pm

@Mr MattM wrote:I ran a marathon on Sunday but didn't train for it. I am such a slacker!

I saw your name listed in the results. Trent told me last week he would get me in, but I wasn't trained...I guess I could have joined the others that had not trained. I guess I can not train for next year.
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Re: Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  Admin on Tue Nov 20, 2012 8:54 pm

@Jeff F wrote:
@Mr MattM wrote:I ran a marathon on Sunday but didn't train for it. I am such a slacker!

I saw your name listed in the results. Trent told me last week he would get me in, but I wasn't trained...I guess I could have joined the others that had not trained. I guess I can not train for next year.

You cannot train for it anyway. Besides, running is stupid.

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Re: Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  Jerry on Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:13 pm

@Mr MattM wrote:I ran a marathon on Sunday but didn't train for it. I am such a slacker!

Jerry is slackerer, no train, no marathon.
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Re: Your Week in Training Nov 12 - 18

Post  fostever on Wed Nov 21, 2012 12:14 am

@Mr MattM wrote:I ran a marathon on Sunday but didn't train for it. I am such a slacker!
That's how I'm running Disney because running is stupid when you fall on your face.
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