Weekly Training – 12/27/10 – 01/02/11

Thanks to the bounty of Wintry white goodness that has blanketed Vermont, I’ve been able to greatly increase my training load through the use of cross training. Activities such as cross country skiing, snowshoeing, upright rowing machine and boot/snow running all work my cardiovascular system without any impact or adding to the repetitive stressors of running. This is the fittest I’ve ever been in the new year.

  • Total Training Time – 15:17:24
  • Total Running Time – 07:24:03
  • Total Running Miles – 36.3

Monday Dec 27th – 01:02:00

  1. Deep Snow Run – 2.13 miles, 01:02:00 – Bennington, VT

Tuesday Dec 28th – 03:07:33

  1. Deep Snow Run – 2.35 miles, 57:17 – Bennington, VT
  2. XC Skiing – 7.73 miles, 01:10:16 – Woodford, VT
  3. Upright Rower – 01:00:00

Wednesday Dec 29th – 02:58:33

  1. Upright Rower – 50:00
  2. Deep Snow Run – 2.3 miles, 01:02:54 – Bennington, VT
  3. XC Skiing – 8.16 miles, 01:05:39 – Woodford, VT

Thursday Dec 30th – 02:45:05

  1. Upright Rower – 31:02
  2. Road – 6.2 miles, 51:08 – Bennington, VT
  3. XC Skiing – 10.16 miles, 01:18:55 – Woodford, VT
  4. Gym – Tabata Leg Press – 04:00

Friday Dec 31st – 02:06:12

  1. Road Run – 10.7 miles, 01:27:12 – Bennington, VT
  2. XC Skiing – 5.3 miles, 39:00 – Woodford, VT

Saturday Jan 1st – 01:36:06

  1. XC Skiing – 5.06 miles, 42:24 – Woodford, VT
  2. Road Run – 6.65 miles, 53:42 – Bennington, VT

Sunday Jan 2nd – 01:39:50

  1. North Pond Snowshoe Race – 2.79 miles, 22:57 – Savoy, MA
  2. Deep Snow Run – 3.19 miles, 46:53 – Bennington, VT
  3. Upright Rower – 30:00

To see all training data go to my Training Page.

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One Response to Weekly Training – 12/27/10 – 01/02/11

  1. Thanks for this post. I realized I was making excuses all week, about how I wished I could add exercise to my renewed raw regimen, if only I had a treadmill, or there wasn’t snow on the ground, etc. Our driveway is a half a mile long and uphill (as in, you NEED four wheel drive to just barely get up it), and being very overweight it’s quite a challenge to walk down and up it even once, never mind repeatedly. But those are just excuses. I should at least try to go down and up the hill once, right? Darn, you made me lose my excuse! 😉 I guess I’m going for a walk tomorrow!

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