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Re: Tutt's Training journal

Post by Guest on Sun Aug 04, 2013 6:33 pm

Your training looks good!

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WK 8/11

Post by Dave Tuttle on Sun Aug 11, 2013 12:02 pm

Sun:
Run: 10.00 mile
Run Time: 01:47:09
Run Pace: 10:42.9 /mile

Tue:
Run: 4.00 mile
Run Time: 00:44:41
Run Pace: 11:10.25 /mile

Wed:
Run: 6.00 mile
Run Time: 01:04:44
Run Pace: 10:47.33 /mile

Thurs:
Run: 4.00 mile
Run Time: 00:43:17
Run Pace: 10:49.25 /mile

Fri:
Run: 4.00 mile
Run Time: 00:44:32
Run Pace: 11:08 /mile Tired


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Post by kodi30 on Sun Aug 11, 2013 12:45 pm

tutt wrote:Sun:
Run: 10.00 mile
Run Time: 01:47:09
Run Pace: 10:42.9 /mile
Nice. You will be kicking butt in Syracuse.
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Post by RoadKillBill on Sun Aug 11, 2013 2:16 pm

tutt wrote:Sun:
Run: 10.00 mile
Run Time: 01:47:09
Run Pace: 10:42.9 /mile
Well done, Dave. I need to get some of your ambition to rub off on me!
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Post by Guest on Sun Aug 11, 2013 4:35 pm

Good pace! Keep it up.

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Post by Dave Tuttle on Sun Aug 11, 2013 6:09 pm

Thanks everyone. I've been really tired from haying and sick for the past month too so I was pretty happy when this run just seemed right to push it a little rather than slog through it. I'm over the bug now and I should be done haying in a week so I'll be finally able to get back to my more consistent running schedule and I hope it can stay my priority for the rest of the summer... I hate it when work keeps me from running at what I feel is the right balance for me and I feel a lot better when I maintain that balance.


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Post by Marc Thayer on Sun Aug 11, 2013 6:15 pm

I second that...work schedules are so difficult to manage with a running schedule....they always seem to be in conflict

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Post by Rachel August on Mon Aug 12, 2013 11:03 am

I also agree! Stupid job.....can't live with it....can't live without it....

Glad to hear you're feeling better at least!

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Post by trishb on Mon Aug 12, 2013 6:01 pm

Do you have horses or cows...that you are "haying" for?
I know you live in the boonies, but not sure who are what you live with besides Diane. Very Happy 
Truthfully, I am not really sure what "haying" means. scratch 

Anyway, I am sure once you finish doing it, you're gonna have to start hitting logs, to get ready for winter.
Should be right around the corner up your way!

Glad you are feeling better, and back out getting some running in.

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Post by Dave Tuttle on Tue Aug 13, 2013 4:51 pm

trishb wrote:Do you have horses or cows...that you are "haying" for?
I know you live in the boonies, but not sure who are what you live with besides Diane.   Very Happy 
Truthfully, I am not really sure what "haying" means.  scratch 

Anyway, I am sure once you finish doing it, you're gonna have to start hitting logs, to get ready for winter.
Should be right around the corner up your way!

Glad you are feeling better, and back out getting some running in.  

Thank you Trish... It's just the two of us here now, no critters anymore. We used to raise beef cattle but sold the herd a couple of years before my surgery. Now we sell all our baled hay (you know, those long square heavy things) to a local horse farm and an alpaca farm. The rainy weather has put us way behind and you're right, I do need to start cutting firewood for this winter real soon. It is a lot of hard work but the way I look at it is that I'm getting paid to exercise and stay fit... It's a good thing too I guess because when I'm not active I get pretty sore and stiff... Rigamortis trying to set in I suspect.  pale

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Post by Dave Tuttle on Mon Aug 19, 2013 3:14 pm

Mon.
Run: 4.00 mile
Run Time: 00:44:31
Run Pace: 11:07.75 /mile

Tue:
Run: 10.00 mile
Run Time: 01:53:24
Run Pace: 11:20.4 /mile

Thurs:
Run: 4.00 mile
Run Time: 00:43:54
Run Pace: 10:58.5 /mile

Fri:
Run: 6.00 mile
Run Time: 01:06:48
Run Pace: 11:08 /mile


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Post by kyoung on Tue Aug 20, 2013 3:40 pm

Nice job Dave! "haying" is a great workout. My inlaws use to have horses. So once a year they'd get a semi-truck loaded with hay and I'd help unload it to their hay loft. Tough work.

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Post by Dave Tuttle on Sun Aug 25, 2013 9:33 am

SUN:
Run: 6.00 mile
Run Time: 01:01:16
Run Pace: 10:12.66 /mile

Mon:
Run: 4.01 mile
Run Time: 00:45:20
Run Pace: 11:18.30 /mile

Tue:
Run: 6.00 mile
Run Time: 01:07:03
Run Pace: 11:10.5 /mile

Wed:
Run: 4.00 mile
Run Time: 00:45:03
Run Pace: 11:15.75 /mile

Fri:
Run: 4.00 mile
Run Time: 00:43:28
Run Pace: 10:52 /mile

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Post by Dave Tuttle on Mon Sep 02, 2013 7:42 pm

Sun:
Run: 2.00 mile
Run Time: 00:24:00
Run Pace: 12:00 /mile Too tired to run

Mon:
Run: 8.00 mile
Run Time: 01:31:54
Run Pace: 11:29.25 /mile

Wed:
Run: 2.01 mile
Run Time: 00:22:35
Run Pace: 11:14.12 /mile Back hurt

Thurs:
Run: 6.00 mile
Run Time: 01:04:00
Run Pace: 10:40 /mile

Fri:
Run: 4.00 mile
Run Time: 00:41:07
Run Pace: 10:16.75 /mile

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Post by Dave Tuttle on Wed Sep 11, 2013 6:09 pm

Wed:
Run: 6.10 mile
Run Time: 01:05:48
Run Pace: 10:47.21 /mile
Cut vacation short due to constant rain in Adirondacks

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Post by Dave Tuttle on Mon Sep 16, 2013 5:25 pm

Mon:
Run: 4.00 mile
Run Time: 00:42:20
Run Pace: 10:35 /mile

Wed:
Run: 6.01 mile
Run Time: 00:59:38
Run Pace: 09:55.34 /mile

Fri:
Run: 6.00 mile
Run Time: 01:03:31
Run Pace: 10:35.16 /mile



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Post by RoadKillBill on Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:19 am

Wednesday's pace certainly looked inspired. Nice job.

I have been struggling with my return to "running," but today I went out for a 90 minute shuffle and actually caught a temporary endorphin buzz. It's been forever since I have had that sensation on foot (typically can't get it without a bike under me). Maybe I am turning a corner.

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Post by Dave Tuttle on Fri Sep 20, 2013 3:54 pm

Thanks Bill, it sounds like you may be getting hooked again... I hope so!

That was a better run than I've had in quite a while and I was a little more rested than usual that day... I've been working really hard all Summer and my running just seems to be dragging me down lately (actually it's the work. It can't be the running, right?). Anyway, I'm going to give myself an extra rest day or two during the week and see if it helps.

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Post by Marc Thayer on Sat Sep 21, 2013 12:35 pm

After my Burlington fiasco I'd have to say rest days are very important.

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Post by Dave Tuttle on Sun Sep 22, 2013 10:38 am

Sun:
Run: 10.00 mile
Run Time: 01:49:00
Run Pace: 10:54 /mile

Tue:
Run: 6.00 mile
Run Time: 01:03:49
Run Pace: 10:38.16 /mile

Thurs:
Run: 6.01 mile
Run Time: 01:01:21
Run Pace: 10:12.47 /mile

Fri:
Run: 6.00 mile
Run Time: 01:03:32
Run Pace: 10:35.33 /mile

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Post by Dave Tuttle on Sun Sep 29, 2013 11:07 am

Sun:
Run: 13.10 mile
Run Time: 02:22:45
Run Pace: 10:53.81 /mile

Tue:
Run: 4.00 mile
Run Time: 00:43:13
Run Pace: 10:48.25 /mile

Wed:
Run: 6.00 mile
Run Time: 01:05:13
Run Pace: 10:52.16 /mile

Fri:
Run: 6.00 mile
Run Time: 01:06:20
Run Pace: 11:03.33 /mile


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Post by Rachel August on Sun Sep 29, 2013 6:09 pm

Nice run Dave!!!!

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Post by Dave Tuttle on Tue Oct 01, 2013 4:38 pm

Rachel August wrote:Nice run Dave!!!!
Thank you Rachel, I'm pretty happy I was able to run that far on Sunday. I knew I needed to get a race distance long run in for my Syracuse half but doubted it was going to happen that day... I had moved over 8 tons of firewood into my basement by hand the day before and I was really tired but still the run felt good so I just went with it and tried to take it easy.

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Post by Rachel August on Tue Oct 01, 2013 5:39 pm

tutt wrote:
Thank you Rachel, I'm pretty happy I was able to run that far on Sunday. I knew I needed to get a race distance long run in for my Syracuse half but doubted it was going to happen that day... I had moved over 8 tons of firewood into my basement by hand the day before and I was really tired but still the run felt good so I just went with it and tried to take it easy.  
WOW! Hope you're getting to Syracuse early and leaving that kind of work behind for a few days.....all your work (running and otherwise) should make your half in Syracuse that much better!!!

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Post by Dave Tuttle on Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:32 am

Sun:
Too tired to run

Tue:
Run: 6.00 mile
Run Time: 01:03:36
Run Pace: 10:36 /mile
Still tired. Need to get the heavy work wrapped up this week and get some rest before Syracuse.

Thurs:
Run: 6.00 mile
Run Time: 01:03:28
Run Pace: 10:34.66 /mile

Fri:
Run: 4.00 mile
Run Time: 00:44:17
Run Pace: 11:04.25 /mile


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