|Name||MSD Intervals (Injured)|
|Start Time||4/24/2015 5:25 AM (UTC-05:00)||Category||My Activities:Running|
|Avg. pace||09:27 min/mi||Max. pace||05:16 min/mi|
|Avg. heart rate||128.3 bpm||Max. heart rate||163.3 bpm|
|Weather||Partly cloudy; 73.0 °F|
hard intervals up to 155 bpm
recoveries back to 110 bpm
For a fleeting microsecond walking out the garage this morning, the thought, "Wait until tomorrow to do this workout." crossed my mind. Wish I had complied rather than grabbing the counter-thought, "This is starting to work. Your fitness is slowly but surely coming back. Get out there and see what you can do!"
I was even more encouraged when passing the family center at the Baptist church, a guy walked out and said, "Wow!" as I blew by on a fast segment.
About 1.5 miles into it and during a hard interval, my left hamstring popped. I stopped like I'd been shot. A lot of thought and frustration on the walk home.
Based on how it felt and feels, this isn't going away any time soon.
|1||5:25:42 AM||0.00 mi||00:02:23.6||0.25 mi||09:39 min/mi||118.9 bpm (67%)|
|2||5:29:27 AM||0.25 mi||00:00:43.9||0.12 mi||06:15 min/mi||128.8 bpm (73%)|
|3||5:30:11 AM||0.36 mi||00:01:13.8||0.08 mi||16:05 min/mi||136.3 bpm (77%)|
|4||5:31:25 AM||0.44 mi||00:00:38.6||0.11 mi||06:07 min/mi||135.5 bpm (77%)|
|5||5:32:04 AM||0.55 mi||00:01:02.2||0.07 mi||15:04 min/mi||128.7 bpm (73%)|
|6||5:33:11 AM||0.62 mi||00:01:35.2||0.28 mi||05:34 min/mi||132.4 bpm (75%)|
|7||5:34:46 AM||0.90 mi||00:02:40.0||0.16 mi||16:12 min/mi||128.8 bpm (73%)|
|8||5:37:26 AM||1.06 mi||00:01:05.7||0.17 mi||06:30 min/mi||132.6 bpm (75%)|
|9||5:38:57 AM||1.23 mi||00:00:27.6||0.02 mi||22:20 min/mi||115.8 bpm (65%)|
|Totals:||00:11:51.0||1.25 mi||09:27 min/mi||128.3 bpm (72%)|