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Re: a fast and explosive donkey!
« Reply #5265 on: July 05, 2020, 07:06:01 pm »
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it was good, i'm glad i went. shut down a couple of intersections along the way, rallied outside the police precinct and chanted at the cops. it was pretty well organized: lots of water and snacks, medics on hand walking around with sunscreen and hand sanitizer, bikers riding ahead to block traffic, no question about who was leading (except for the chanting/singing, which got a little discombobulated). the leaders all looked like kids to me (early 20s at oldest), which is cool.

left the run too late today. conditions were brutal in the afternoon: 97/36 air temp and 75/24 dew point, so i decided to wait until after painting. then that took longer than i expected, and now there's a thunderstorm coming that i'd rather not get caught out in. might could violate my normal principle of not making up missed workouts and just do the long run tomorrow. it's not gonna kill me.
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sunday: run 14+ km
monday: lift
tuesday: run 10-12 km
wednesday: run 10-12 km
thursday: run 10-12 km
friday: rest
saturday: run tempo/VO2 max/speed x 6-8 km

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Re: a fast and explosive donkey!
« Reply #5266 on: July 05, 2020, 11:23:45 pm »
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it was good, i'm glad i went. shut down a couple of intersections along the way, rallied outside the police precinct and chanted at the cops. it was pretty well organized: lots of water and snacks, medics on hand walking around with sunscreen and hand sanitizer, bikers riding ahead to block traffic, no question about who was leading (except for the chanting/singing, which got a little discombobulated). the leaders all looked like kids to me (early 20s at oldest), which is cool.

ah nice. good stuff.

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left the run too late today. conditions were brutal in the afternoon: 97/36 air temp and 75/24 dew point, so i decided to wait until after painting. then that took longer than i expected, and now there's a thunderstorm coming that i'd rather not get caught out in. might could violate my normal principle of not making up missed workouts and just do the long run tomorrow. it's not gonna kill me.

hot af. love it. :ibrunning:

ya don't make it up who cares. all good.