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Monday, July 13, 2009

Weekly running tally - ending July 12, 2009

Below is my training log for the period ending on Sunday, July 12, 2009. I felt good overall!

Min per Mile
HR Max
HR Ave

July 6, 2009
Longest run yet post-surgery. I felt good and pushed it pretty hard.
173 (93%)
158 (84%)

July 7, 200931:30
I ran harder tonight. It was a struggle but I averaged a great pace. I feel my body getting stronger and my legs.
170 (91%)
152 (81%)

July 8, 2009
Another fast-paced run. It didn't feel like I was going that fast.
169 (90%)
154 (82%)

July 9, 2009
I did a shorter run since I stopped and did some push ups at Irvine Terrace Park.
173 (93%)
155 (84%)

July 11, 2009
It was hotter than usual at 8:30 when I started. I ran from the shop where I got my brakes done. I was in San Diego for the weekend so I ran from University Heights to Mission Hills. It explains my higher heart rate.
177 (95%)
165 (88%)

July 12, 2009
Fastest pace run yet. I was only going to do 4 miles but felt good. I think since it was hot I ended up
174 (93%)
160 (86%)

Week ending July 12, 2009
A solid week overall. I was glad I ran 6 days. I need to really be consistent. I am going to try to do an 8-9 mile run next weekend. Building up...
172.6 (92%)
157.3 (84%)

I went to San Diego for the weekend and it was really nice to just sit by the pool at the house in Mission Hills I was staying at. I was helping my friend Justin dog sit. I always love dog sitting at this house since it is just so spacious and amazing with 5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths. The European kitchen is so great to cook in. There is a den in the back of the house that has French doors that open to the triangle-shaped pool. It's currently on the market for well over $2 million! Oh and there are lemon and grapefruit trees on the property.

In the front of the home it has a "great room" that features a panoramic view of Mission Valley and the golf course. On the second floor you can slightly see the ocean, which is about 5 miles away. Someday I will have a home like this. Well, I think I need to change my career if I am going to make the kind of money to be able to afford a multimillion dollar home. Or J**** needs to make a lot of money with his job. He stands a better chance than I, but I am going to start playing the lottery once a week.

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