15 July 2014

Howe Street stairs | bike commute | Fleet Feet run

Another day of fitness AND my first Fleet Feet Sports Seattle run in almost two months! I did feel a little tentative, my runs this weekend were not overly inspiring in terms of confidence but they went okay so I resolved to take it ultra easy and walk it out of necessary.

I didn't need to walk during the run. Bonus. But I was pretty tight at the end and did need to walk and stretch quite a bit after. Once again riding home after helped some.

I hooked up with Ned (forgot his last name) for the run and he was great company. Truth be told, it was fun to run and talk and not be maxed out. And on the up side, I didn't have to walk the hill!

My Garmin Fenix 2 has a 'recovery' feature. If you wear a heart rate strap, when you are done it will tell you how long you need to recover. After the stairs it said 31 hours. After the run it said 24 hours. Not sure how to use this yet.

Sleep 7
Waking HR 47
Body Weight  
Body Fat  
Breakfast  
Lunch  
Dinner  
Workout Food stairs - large bottle w/1.5 scoops HEED
commute - water
Injuries  
Therapy  
Time of Day stairs - 5:10 AM
run - 6:10 PM
Workout Type  
Weather stairs - mid 60s, sunny, dry, calm
run - upper 80s, sunny, dry, calm
Course stairs - Howe Street
run - summer loop
Results  
Time stairs - 1:01:10
Distance stairs - 3.1 miles (17 flights)
Pace  
Equipment stairs - Brooks Transcend, Garmin Fenix 2
commute - Raleigh Mojave 8.0, Garmin Edge 500
run - Brooks Glycerin 11, Garmin Fenix 2
Clothing stairs - Fitsok CF2, Brooks 5" Essential Run Short, Brooks Podium SS shirt
run - Injinji Run Original Weight Mini-Crew, Brooks 5" Essential Run Short

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