Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Day 19 - Mr Frosty Welcome Back...

Back on the road today after last night swim and it was a great session plenty of juice left in the tank and a total de-stress, I loved it!

It was a Zonal Run again this Wednesday and my mission to stay in Zone 4 (160BPM Max) is getting better, I only left the zone the last 20 seconds to get home and up the hill in time for the footie.

My HR for the session













The first mile finishes on a hill so I'm just on the boarder of leaving the zone, but I looked at the Garmin at the right time and took my foot off the gas and stayed under the 160. Noticed a lot of people out tonight, dog walkers, power walkers and 3 other runners, I waved to all 3 runners and only 1 of the cheeky buggers waved back.

The pavements tonight were all ice, I don't think they have defrosted from last night/this morning so it was a bit tricky passing the down hills, I nearly went arse over tit! Thank god no one saw!

I did today's session the quickest to date and I felt great after the session so I'm definitely recommending the workout if you've got a HRM device, it stops me over doing it so I can do my intense group session tomorrow night.

Listened to the second CD of the Paul Oakenfold Album - Find it hear! Its still class and well worth a listen if you like dance music.

Todays session

Duration 00 58 42
Distance 6.55 miles
Calories 925
Max HR 165BPM


5 comments:

  1. Wednesday must be a popular night for running. I saw loads on my run too - or maybe it's just that I'd got used to not seeing any on my morning runs.

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  2. Good run, I'm seeing alot of different runners at the moment, either Janathoners or New Year Resolutionists. Take care on that ice.

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  3. Definitely not cool if people see you as you slip around on the ice! However ok if no one sees you!!

    Sounds like you had a fab run!!

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  4. Ooh you run past lots of interestingly named places!!

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  5. Well there only interesting names, the places are very dull and there isnt much to look at. I enjoyed the views at Christmas as all I looked at was fields, fields and more fields...and some sheep! its only terrace houses here :(

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