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nice one, congrats!
Not too bad a pace for "out of shape"
Thanks, Keith. Wore my trail shoes...
Thanks! That's one loaded schedule of races--wishing you fun and success!
John, congrats on some amazing ultra performances!! Do you have any races planned for this year? Greetings from California.
Thanks, Vincent. I'm running TNF Ontario 50M in July, Eastern States 100M in August, Haliburton 50M in Sept and Oil Creek 100M in Oct. Hope you have a nice season. And congrats on your Comrades run.
Nice Moves by the way :-))
Trail running 17:44'05.3 Average heart rate 138 bpm, 160.9 km.Sulphur Springs 100 Miler. Finished third. Hurt my knee about 53K into the race, so ended up running much slower than planned. Still, quite pleased that I managed to keep moving and get it done given the situation.
Trail running 0:29'13.4, 6.07 km.Dion Frontenac Park Snowshoe Race. Finished first. Ran hard for first half and then relaxed for the rest of the race.
Trail running 5:53'45.8, 50.98 km.Frontenac Park Perimeter with Derrick Spafford. New FKT.
Trail running 1:52'28.7, 25.00 km.Batawa 25K trail race. Finished third.
Trail running 19:48'02.9, 161.0 km.Haliburton 100 Miler. Heavy rains and mud = slow conditions. Finished first overall in the 100 and was second in the 50. Report: http://johnnymcalister.com/2012/09/10/loss-and-redemption-haliburton-forest-100-mile-trail-run/
Trail running 6:00'58 Average heart rate 152 bpm, 56.00 km.Limberlost Challenge 56K. Very hot day on challenging trails. Didn't run as strong as I would have liked, but still managed to finish 2nd overall.
Trail running 4:27'41, 50.00 km.Pick Your Poison 50K. Finished third. Ran this as a training run with no taper, but felt pretty good throughout. Had some calf cramping in second half, so didn't push the pace.
Trail running 7:17'05, 80.00 km.Sulphur Springs 50-Miler. Finished fourth. Blew up on the hills after 50K, so just kept to a steady pace until the end. Under course record, but so were the top three. Good learning experience.
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Interval training session design with a number of repetitions (variable = REPETITION), a number of sets (variable = SET), a duration of work intervals (variable = RUNTIME), and recovery periods between work repetitions (variable =JOGTIME) and between sets (variable =RESTTIME). Adjust these variables to your needs or according to the training proposed in the book "Cardio: sport et la performance d'endurance" from the author: Guy Thibault. Press the "LAP" button to end the warm-up period and to begin the interval training. Press again the "LAP" button to stop the training before the end. Remaining number of sets and repetitions is displayed between each set. (Autolap must be off) Entrainement cardio par intervalles avec un nombre de répétitions (variable = REPETITION), un nombre de séries (variable = SET), une durée d’exercice (variable = RUNTIME), et des périodes de récupération entre les intervalles d’exercices (variable = JOGTIME) et entre les séries (variable = RESTTIME). Ajuster ...
Climb counter is for running hill sprints. After a couple sprints, it’s easy to lose count. Climb counter keeps track of how many sprints you have done. Just push the lap button once at the top of the first hill. After that, the app will count each sprint and show you the current total count.
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