Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Tuesday 15 miles

3 warm-up.
6 miles in 34:04 (5:40 pace) Road loop with 2 miles of sand trail.
3 miles in 16:47 (5:35 pace) Road with a big climb.
3 miles in 17:02 (5:40 pace) Sand trail with the last 1.5 miles uphill.
12 miles in 1:07:56 (5:39 pace)


cdnhollywood said...

Those are impressive numbers! In fact, they're similar to mine!

Well, mine end with "km" where yours end with "mi" but other than that.... :D

Great work!

Lucho said...

Thanks Hollywood!

Anonymous said...

kick ass!


Anonymous said...

Hey, isn't today your birthday? - Brian, Houston

Lucho said...

Hey Brian! How have you been!? Yep, thirty eight.

C Brad Poppele said...

Happy 38th Birthday!!! I'm 38 as well. 1971 Rules!
Solid Run today!

Lucho said...

Thanks Kevin.

C- 38 is a boring birthday. Sort of in the middle.

Anonymous said...

Happy Birthday!

I've been well and lurking your blog. Keep up the good work! I'll be cheering for you in October (albeit from the internut).

Take care,

Matt said...

Now we're talking! Love it.

The header image I mean ;-)

Happy Birthday, Tim.

Lucho said...

Ya- I grew up on whiskey and coke...

Guy de Maupassant said...

What's your GPS and training software? Judging from the pictures seems similar to mine (I'm using SportTracks and it's been working great on my training programming and performance analysis).

Keep up the good work.

Greetings from Portugal.

Lucho said...

Guy- I tried the sporttracks but couldn't get it to work. I'm impatient on the computer so I just decided to use the Garmin ANT thing that it came with and take pictures of the downloads instead. I have the Garmin 405. Horrible battery life (~5 hours) and the HR strap is too stiff to read well until it gets warmed up. It's awesome though.
I'm more into writing my training logs and don't store any data on the computer. There's something satisfying about hand writing my workouts at the end of the day. Data on a computer seems so impersonal for something so personal. Obrigado and sa├║de from Colorado!