What did you do?

NewfieFan

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Ummmmm, I haven't started running yet... am I still allowed to post here!?! :lookaroun
 

fmingo36

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Today's my stretch/strengthen day. I'll do an hour of yoga and 30 minutes of upper body with weights.

Love these days!
 

JimboJones123

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Shoulder killing me. Had to leave work early. I think I slept funny. Stopping by the running store on the way home though.
 

Phonedave

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Took a load of cold medicine, ate some soup, and am sitting here watching the room tilt around.

I SHOULD be out for a 5 miler, but thats not happening :(


-dave
 

sweetpee_1993

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Considering I didn't get to sleep until after 3 I slept on and off til like 9:30. Stress is exagerating the insomnia. Good part of hubby being without a job is he can take the boys to school. Soooo, having my running clothes next to the bed didn't help much today. Will shoot for an early run tomorrow. :cool:
 

SpongeScott

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Two miles today. Only running 3 days a week because I'm not training for anything at the time. Using Saturdays for long, easy runs. Gotta keep at it.
 

fmingo36

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Going to try and get a 3 mile run in today.
I'm doing a 5K in a few weeks, so I want to be able to run that at a good pace.
 

Phonedave

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3 miles today, still sick, and it showed.

Pace was not far off - 9:55 avg (I am old and slow - if I am below 9:40 I am amazed)

but

Heart rate was off the chart. I can cruse at an average of around 165. Todays average was 177, with a high of 187. I could feel it while running too. Maybe running with this wheezing cold was not the best of ideas. I just had not been out for over a week, and was getting antsy.

http://connect.garmin.com/activity/30085655

-dave
 

GoofyFan1

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3 miles today, still sick, and it showed.

Pace was not far off - 9:55 avg (I am old and slow - if I am below 9:40 I am amazed)

but

Heart rate was off the chart. I can cruse at an average of around 165. Todays average was 177, with a high of 187. I could feel it while running too. Maybe running with this wheezing cold was not the best of ideas. I just had not been out for over a week, and was getting antsy.

http://connect.garmin.com/activity/30085655

-dave
You've got to take it easy. You do more damage when you're sick. In a day or two you'll be ready to go.

For me it was an off day...time to spend with my wife.
 

Phonedave

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You've got to take it easy. You do more damage when you're sick. In a day or two you'll be ready to go.

For me it was an off day...time to spend with my wife.

I am wiped right now.

After the run, it was a quick shower, then an hour of helping to teach 5th and 6th grade girls how to slide into second. Then over to the boro annex for a shade tree commissioners meeting. Sleep is in the near plans.

I was going to try to get 5 in tomorrow before I have to go to a christening practice. But seeing what my HR was today, if I still feel off, I may just do another 3 (or maybe none)

-dave
 

GoofyFan1

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I am wiped right now.

After the run, it was a quick shower, then an hour of helping to teach 5th and 6th grade girls how to slide into second. Then over to the boro annex for a shade tree commissioners meeting. Sleep is in the near plans.

I was going to try to get 5 in tomorrow before I have to go to a christening practice. But seeing what my HR was today, if I still feel off, I may just do another 3 (or maybe none)

-dave
Seriously if you are not getting ready for a close, upcoming race, I would take a couple of days to recover. Your training won't suffer.
 
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