10 February 2015

treadmill run | Fleet Feet run | walk

It felt really good to finally move my legs again! I know active recovery is important but I'm also not immune to laziness and don't always do it the day after (or even two days after) a race.

I got off the treadmill feeling better and looser than when I got on. Mission accomplished.

At the Fleet Feet Sports Seattle Tuesday night run I took it really easy. Other than the initial spike in heart rate I kept it below 135 bpm today, I have never done that before. It was nice to run with people as I am usually between pace groups.

Sleep 5
Waking HR 4:30 AM - 43
Body Weight 6:15 AM - 185 lb.
Body Fat  
Breakfast  
Lunch  
Dinner  
Nutrition treadmill run - water
Recovery  
Injuries  
Therapy  
Time of Day treadmill run - 5:30 AM
Fleet Feet run - 6:0 PM
Workout Type  
Weather Fleet Feet run - low 50s, dry, calm
Course treadmill run - 1% incline
1 min to get up to speed
39 min at 8:00
5 min at 15:00 (0% incline)
Results  
Time  
Distance  
Pace  
Equipment treadmill run - Brooks Glycerin 11
Fleet Feet run - Brooks Glycerin 12
Clothing Fleet Feet run - The Balanced Athlete Fitsok CF2, Brooks 5" Essential Run Short, Brooks Podium LS shirt

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