Training February 4th – 10th

This week 55.2 Miles, 10 hours 48 minutes 31 seconds, Pace average 11:45. 7205 calories

Saturday February 4th – 4.8 Miles in 56:51 pace average 11:51.  5 sets of 74 push-ups. 21 minutes of Planks.

Sunday February 5th – 24 Miles in 4:44:05 pace average 11:50.  3 sets of 30 squats.

Monday February 6th – 4.8 Miles in 56:22 pace average 11:45.  4 sets of 8 chin-ups, 3 rounds boxing the heavy bag.

Tuesday February 7th – 4.8 Miles in 54:21 pace average 11:19.  5 sets of 74 push-ups. 21 minutes of Planks.

Wednesday February 8th – 12 Miles in 2:20:46 pace average 11:44.  3 sets of 30 squats.

Thursday February 9th – 4.8 Miles in 56:07 pace average 11:41. 4 sets of 8 chin-ups, 3 rounds boxing the heavy bag.

Friday February 10th – Date night with my Wife!

Another great week of workouts. Looking forward to my taper for the Cowtown 50k in two weeks. I have a good feeling toward this race. With a good taper I should have fresh legs and a new PR will be possible. Excited.

 

 

2 thoughts on “Training February 4th – 10th

  1. Albin Hess

    Hi Rob,

    Nice improvement in your speed. Can’t remember if I asked you before. Do you only walk on a track, alternatives, especially the long walk(? Also, do you just walk faster, or is there some speed.work.you do? I have.signed up for Tim’s 6hr Coburg. Guess it will be not so good,. as I promised my son to walk.during the night from Friday to Saturday in there Relay for life, which is a fund raiser for cancer research.

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    1. Rob Robertson Post author

      Thanks Albin. I do all my training on the road around my home. The circle drive is all oiled and rock chipped. 8 tenths of a mile long. I use a method I call progressive overload for my speed training. I walk by feel. When I feel strong I walk faster and faster. When I feel tired a hold back. It has worked well for me in the past. It is always a good idea to listen to ones own body. Glad to hear you are walking. Best of luck with what ever walk you do. Rob

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