Time to run

Sunday, October 12, 2014

10/12 - 10/18

(today)
10/18/14

Time to start packing. Mimi and I are flying to Atlanta early in the morning to see The Jayhawks at The Variety Playhouse (www.variety-playhouse.com):




Bike 40.4 mi, 2:04:00 19.5 avg. mph, 119 avg hr, a little cooler out today. Nice!

10/17/14
Run 10.19 miles, 1:19:00, track intervals
   scheduled workout:
    Type: Run
    Planned Duration: 1:00
    Description: WU: 15' easy jog. Short stretching session. Then do 2 laps around the track jogging the curves and accelerating near top end speed on straights.
    Then jog another lap easy.
    Then 4 x 1000m Z6 with 1 lap easy jog recovery between each. Even split each repeat staying at Z6 pace.
    Then do 4 x 400m with 200m jog recovery between each. Effort for the 400's is Z8, but with good form. If your technique is poor, then slow it down a bit.
    Then do 10 x 100m on grass infield accelerating from easy to near top end speed. Recovery is 15" between each 100m.
    CD: Easy 10' jog. 
Slowly, I am seeing progress. I have a long way to go, but the hard work is starting to pay off.
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So my light New Balance training flats are past-dead... I was looking in the newest issue of Runner's World this morning and they had an article on 'throw-back' running shoes that are being re-offered. I found these Saucony racers from the early 1980's for $60 on Amazon. Less than 6 ounces; so they are basically a racing flat. I can't wait to try them because if they work for me, I will buy some backups!


Saucony Bullet (vegan racers)

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Ramone loves the beach, the snow, and all humans too.


10/16/14
Run 10.12 miles, 1:17:00, with 5 times <7:00 per mile intervals... I'm starting to feel a touch of the old me (pre-traumatic brain injury). Yay!

As of Oct. 14, it has been 50 years since the civil rights leader won the Nobel Peace Prize. Regardless, as a people, we have yet to realize in full, the dream of Rev Martin Luther King Jr.

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. (C) leads other civil rights leaders and marchers during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in this August 28, 1963 file photo shot by U.S. Information Agency photographer Rowland Scherman and provided to Reuters by the U.S. National Archives in Washington on August 21, 2013.


10/1514
Bike 38.5 miles, 2:03:00.
Nice ride from Pompano Beach on A1A through Boca Raton and Delray Beach and then back. Wicked hard rain for about 15-20 miles. It actually felt good.

10/14/14
AM - Good run, new route.
Run 9.1 miles, 1:14:00
PM - Bike 27.1 miles, 1:30:00
hot and windy, tired-ish

eat more vegetables

10/13/14
Run 8.12 miles, 1:02:00.
Nice 1 hour run today. Pretty windy. Steady Pace. 1st 10k in <47:00 then a bit slower on the cool down. I called Garmin last week cause my heart rate monitor is not recording accurately. Hopefully the replacement will arrive soon.

10/12/14
Bike - 28.5- mi 1:30:00 (heat, humidity, wind)
Early morning ride. Football Sunday - go Cowboys, go Dolphins, go Broncos! Mimi and I have been sharing football Sunday's with Jimbo (her dad); I will allow myself a couple of beers today - maybe - cuz Jimbo is a Milwaukee beer expert/aficionado.


Me and Jimbo sporting our Pabst Blue Ribbon 2013 Christmas vests.


Week 2 of NBRs (New Booze Rules) starts today. Week 1 was easier than I thought it would be... Also it should be noted that Mimi and I are 7 sleeps away from our quick trip to Atlanta to see The Jayhawks at Variety Playhouse.

Blue (official video)