What Training Have You Done Today?

General discussion on Training. How to get better on your erg, how to use your erg to get better at another sport, or anything else about improving your abilities.
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Post by tennstrike » July 18th, 2006, 9:22 am

1K warmup
5K @ 2:00.1
1k recovery
5K @ 1:59.8
1K recovery
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500 1:38.7 | 1K 3:29.2 | 2K 7:16.9 | 5K 19:14.0 | 6K 23:12.3 | 10K 39:40.5 | Started rowing June05

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Post by RowtheRockies » July 18th, 2006, 1:31 pm

48 minute treadmill run:

Started at 5.0 mph increased .1mph each minute until HR hit 150 (8.4mph)then held for 6 minutes followed by a cool down at 7.0, 6.0, 5.0 and 3.0 for a minute each
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Post by johnlvs2run » July 18th, 2006, 3:24 pm

10 minutes rowing

86 minutes running in the hills including 68 minutes of uphill repeats

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Post by jbell » July 18th, 2006, 3:33 pm

John, why do you do so much more running than rowing??
Was supposed to do a 3x 15 workout today, but got kicked off when the lacrosse camp had to use the room
1st 15min: 1:57.8 3819m 22spm avg
2nd 15 (only got 9min in): 2:00.2 2213m 23spm avg
Then biked hard for 10min as cool down.
PB's:
500: 1:39
2k: 6:43.3
6k: 21:44.1

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Post by Heaviestuser » July 18th, 2006, 4:16 pm

6K at 2:10:9 pace. 156.2 Watt average. 365 Kcal. Damper level 7.

SPM : 30 and more.
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Easy does it
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1:43:0 500M
3:39:9 1K
7:40:9 2 K
20:11:2 5 K
25:30:9 6 K
44:04:7 10 K
1:39:3 HM

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Post by Carl Henrik » July 18th, 2006, 4:41 pm

Running:
7min Warm up
4x400m terrain running. 1:12 average
5 min cool down.
I felt like I had more power going than 1:12, but the gravel surface and altitude changes probably slowed me down in comparison to a track. Nice, comfy training, though, with just 4 intervals and drawing some attention to the rowing club with my t-shirt. It's more interesting to run in terrain than on track also. More of a natural feel to it and with more people around you, especially more people to outrun. It was fun. I liked it. The shade from the trees also was a great plus compared to a track. My goal to stimulate for higher efficiency through high intensity training I think is reached even though I don't deplete myself as a beginner. I guess I'll find out.

Rowing:
7k coaching beginning recreational rowers from a 1x. Really nice tour. Watching the birds up close and such, which I don't even consider when training myself. Perhaps I'll bring crumbs next time.
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1:13@lowpull, 15.6@100m, 48.9@300m, (1:24.4)/(1:24.5)@500m, 6:35@2k, 36:27.2@10k, 16151m@60min

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Post by johnlvs2run » July 18th, 2006, 5:57 pm

JB,

Getting used to the hills again. :)

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Post by tennstrike » July 18th, 2006, 8:40 pm

250m 1:38.5
500m 1:47.6
750m 1:49.5
1000m 1:50.1
750m 1:49.1
500m 1:46.2
250m 1:37.4
6'1" 192lb 60
500 1:38.7 | 1K 3:29.2 | 2K 7:16.9 | 5K 19:14.0 | 6K 23:12.3 | 10K 39:40.5 | Started rowing June05

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Post by GeorgeD » July 19th, 2006, 4:11 am

Had had one of those days at work 'again' today so did not feeling like to long a row that would give me time to think :)

After a warm up the energetic portion was determined to be 5000m

5000m / 17:51.4 / 1:47.1 / 25spm / 285w

1:47.9 / 25
1:47.9 /25
1:47.4 / 25
1:47.3 / 25
1:45.0 / 27

Would like to say it was comfortable but it was not, so still a long way to go :)

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Post by RowtheRockies » July 19th, 2006, 10:22 am

George,

That 2K 6:54 is looking softer all the time. When are you going to take a crack at it?

Rich
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Post by tennstrike » July 19th, 2006, 12:28 pm

GeorgeD wrote:

5000m / 17:51.4 / 1:47.1 / 25spm / 285w

1:47.9 / 25
1:47.9 /25
1:47.4 / 25
1:47.3 / 25
1:45.0 / 27
George: You pulled 1:45.0 for the last 1K of a 5K? I agree with Rich on your 2K time. 6:52 should be easy and you have a shot at under 6:50. Looks like you could go out at 1:43 and see how it feels. Anyway, excellent 5K.
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500 1:38.7 | 1K 3:29.2 | 2K 7:16.9 | 5K 19:14.0 | 6K 23:12.3 | 10K 39:40.5 | Started rowing June05

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Post by RowtheRockies » July 19th, 2006, 1:14 pm

31’ r20 1:59.5 205W Avg HR 153
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Post by johnlvs2run » July 19th, 2006, 3:29 pm

10 minutes rowing

69 minutes running, first day running to the end of the canyon and back.

The canyon gets gradually steeper with a 10% grade at the end going out.

Whew what a difference from running the neighborhood loop!

I love it. :)

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Post by GeorgeD » July 20th, 2006, 7:03 am

RowtheRockies wrote:George,

That 2K 6:54 is looking softer all the time. When are you going to take a crack at it?

Rich
Nag nag nag so here I find myself walking down to the gym, still to full of spaghetti, sitting on an erg at 9:30pm at night with no idea why I am there, hoping no children ever see this and get bad habits - well the result was not pretty :?

2000m / 6:51.9 / 1:42.9 / 27spm

1:43.5 / 27
1:43.8 / 27
1:43.9 / 26
1:40.7 / 29 :)

Probably a sub 6:50 in there but if I had the spaghetti would have been out there :shock: - now can I paddle in peace for a while :D

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Post by tennstrike » July 20th, 2006, 11:18 am

Good job George. Been thinking of retrying my 7:16 attempt from last week. You've inspired me.
6'1" 192lb 60
500 1:38.7 | 1K 3:29.2 | 2K 7:16.9 | 5K 19:14.0 | 6K 23:12.3 | 10K 39:40.5 | Started rowing June05

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