Two Fruits

Saturday, March 17, 2007

The Doctor's Orders

Today:
Distance: 16.35 km
Time: 1 hr 43 mins 29 secs
Rate: 6'19" per km
Weather: cloudy, temp 20 degrees, calm, light drizzle late, humidity 85%

Week:
Distance: 40.4 km
Running days: 3/7
Ave 13.47 km per day

March:
Distance: 146.05 km
Running days: 9/17
Ave: 16.23km per day

YTD:
Distance: 945.9km
Time: 88 hrs 1 min 30 secs
Rate: 5'35" per km
Calories: 73581

Today's run was just what the doctor ordered. A pleasant, cloudy, clam day, not too hot,not too far, a light drizzle late in the run to wash off the sweat as the humidity was high early. Only 6 brave runners turned up with most in Tasmania for a walk thru the Cradle Mtn - Lake St Clair national park on the overland track. That should be a great trip for them. The other Six Foot Track runners were still in recovery mode and decided to take it easy although today was a good way to get all parts moving again including the brain which is probably the hardest part.

A very casual run around the base of Mt Ainslie with much chatter about the SFT and the upcoming Canberra marathon. We are now well informed on the past,present and future in the running world. A very enjoyable day.

2 Comments:

  • Strewth is a great doctor. Still, she was a bit mean making us run, instead of walk, up the hills!

    By Blogger Ewen, At March 17, 2007 at 8:20 PM  

  • I ran 16km this afternoon, after being shamed into running at lunchtime!

    It was slow, my legs complained bitterly for the first 5 km but after that it was ok. However I'm now feeling really tired (nearly 4hrs after finishing). Hope this improves.

    By Blogger CJ, At March 17, 2007 at 10:11 PM  

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