Weekly Training Report!
My weekly average pace was 6:50 per mile in this weekly training report. That’s partly due to a few factors including heat, travel, etc. There were a few days where I did speed workouts, and I included the “recovery” jogging distance in the total mileage and time. In the last training report from July 3 to July 9, I only had 37.08 miles and an average pace of 6:41 per mile.
Weekly Training Report: Total – 71.29 miles.
Run Total – 51.29 miles.
Hike Total – 0 miles.
Bike Total – 20 miles.
Sunday July 10 – 5.01 mile run.
Sunday we were in the Columbus, OH area again and I wasn’t able to get my run in until the late evening. I did two loops around where our friends live in 30:30, it felt good to go relatively fast!
Monday July 11 – 7 miles.
Monday, we traveled back home. We didn’t get home until late afternoon. Once we settled in at home, I ran 7 miles in 46:09.
Tuesday July 12 – 10.2 miles.
Tuesday morning I ran 3.05 miles in 00:21:58. In the evening, I did another run for 7.15 miles in 00:46:18.
Wednesday July 13 – 7.75 miles.
I struggled getting up in the morning, so I only ran in the evening. I ran 7.75 miles in 54:11.
Thursday July 14 – 7.98 miles.
Friday July 15 – 10.25 miles.
Friday we went to the Maryville Middle School track. I did a 2 mile warm up in 13:40, followed by some different intervals. I did a few 400 intervals, 800 intervals.
Saturday July 16 – 20 mile bike ride, 3.1 mile run.
Saturday, I felt pretty tired from the efforts on Thursday and Friday. I wanted to get up in the morning and run, but I must have slept through the alarm clock. In the evening, I biked 20 miles pretty easy around the local area and then I ran 3.1 miles in 00:20:16.
Not a big mileage week, but I think I’m getting to the point where I need to focus more on quality instead of quantity.
I don’t think I’ll hit the original goal of 300 miles as I mentioned in my July Goals 2016 post. The end of the month looks like it’ll be filled with a little more work than I anticipated, so my time running may be a little lessened, but that’s alright!