Totals for the week ending 5.4.2015

Run Miles for the week: 41.6 in 6:32:56
Run Miles for the year: 537.1
Projected total miles for the year: 1581
Weekly/Daily averages to reach 2k run miles 42.9/6.1
Run Streak: 0
Number of runs that were one stupid mile: 0
Days until I beat my old run streak: n/a
Prospect Park loops for the week: 2
Prospect Park loops for the year: 30
Bike Miles for the week: 43.3 in 3:36:36
Bike Miles for the year 202.5
Projected total bike miles 596.1
Weekly/Daily averages to reach 2k bike miles 52.6/7.5
Swim Yards for the week: 0
Total Swim Yards for the year: 2700
Body weight work 00:00:00
Total Exercise Time ~10:00
Average Weight 179
Books Finished: 1 (You Are An Ironman: How Six Weekend Warriors Chased Their Dreams of Finishing the World’s Toughest Triathlon, Jacques Steinberg)
Books by Women 0
Total books for the year 16
Total books by women 8
Percentage of total books read which were written by women 50%
Books per week to reach 52 1.00

Notes: This was the final big week before Vermont and it went as well as can be expected. Saturday’s long run was a bit of a slog, but such is life. Its done, and that’s what matters.

For years now, I’ve dreamed about a ten-hour week. It seems like a real milestone. I hope, after Vermont, to be getting in many, many more weeks like this through the summer and fall.

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About seanv2

Scholar, gentleman, jock. I run the website Milo and the Calf. There you will find the Boston Qualifier Questionnaire where runners share their stories of qualifying for the Boston Marathon. You'll also find my thoughts on endurance sports, ancient history, Judaism, and hundreds of book reviews.
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2 Responses to Totals for the week ending 5.4.2015

  1. smt says:

    Hey Sean,

    Thought I’d check in to see how you were doing. Glad to see that you had a great week before your taper! Best of luck in your marathon! 🙂

  2. seanv2 says:

    Thanks Steph! Of course, since that week, everything has fallen apart. Hopefully it all comes back together by next weekend!

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