Training week ending Dec 30 2012

Training week ending Dec 30 2012

Post by John Hurle » Tue, 01 Jan 2013 22:29:43


Greetings wreck runners!  Please tell us about your training week and
goals.
 
 
 

Training week ending Dec 30 2012

Post by rms » Thu, 03 Jan 2013 10:12:25

Greetings wreck runners!  Please tell us about your training week and
goals.

    I'll just put today's 1/1/13 'fatass 50k' here, so I don't forget next
week.  6:04, 1/2hr faster than last year.  I attribute the improvement to
drinking more during the run, and to paying much more attention to posture
during the run and core strength exercises, which led to my hip flexors
being much less painful.  Also I've run both halves of this course
http://newmexicofa50k.files.wordpress.com/2011/12/foothills-50k-fa.pdf  over
and over and over since last year, and have probably gotten better at
pacing.

rms

 
 
 

Training week ending Dec 30 2012

Post by Doug Frees » Fri, 04 Jan 2013 14:29:43

Greetings wreck runners!  Please tell us about your training week and
goals.

   > I'll just put today's 1/1/13 'fatass 50k' here, so I don't forget next
week.  6:04, 1/2hr faster than last year.  I attribute the improvement to
drinking more during the run, and to paying much more attention to posture
during the run and core strength exercises, which led to my hip flexors
being much less painful.  Also I've run both halves of this course
http://SportToday.org/;over
and over and over since last year, and have probably gotten better at
pacing.>

Great progress!!!

How about across the years 72 hours race?  Miles run is column after age

1    M1    Joe Fejes    47    329.64    530.5    71:59:10    850
2    M2    Eoin Keith    44    300.24    483.2    67:24:21    1058
3    M3    Ed Ettinghausen    50    263.5    424.06    71:59:14    814
4    F1    Vikena Yutz    42    254.05    408.86    71:50:48    775
5    F2    C***te Vasarhelyi    36    250.9    403.79    71:50:48    955
6    M4    George Biondic    60    247.75    398.72    71:58:01    804
7    M5    Anthony Culpepper    32    216.26    348.04    71:56:34    1010
8    M6    Shashanka Karlen    52    207.86    334.52    71:51:02    1056
9    F3    Jennifer Bradley    33    204.71    329.45    71:59:12    997
10    M7    Mark Dorian    53    201.56    324.38    71:57:38    523

The 48 hour

1    M1    Volodymyr Balatskyy    41    207.86    334.52    71:55:01    1141
2    M2    John Geesler    53    167.97    270.32    72:00:15    346
3    F1    Shawna Wentlandt    37    137.52    221.32    71:17:43    1128
4    M3    Davy Crockett    54    135.43    217.95    72:00:15    708
5    F2    Jill Hudson    50    131.23    211.19    71:55:50    880

Geesler is a local friend and can still pick'em up for 53 and has tremendous
recovery.  Last year his did Hardrock 100 one weekend then did a 24 hour
gerbil run the following fri/sat and then did the Escarpment Race on Sunday
in 4:51.

-D

 
 
 

Training week ending Dec 30 2012

Post by Dot » Fri, 04 Jan 2013 16:26:40


Quote:


> Greetings wreck runners! Please tell us about your training week and
> goals.

>  > I'll just put today's 1/1/13 'fatass 50k' here, so I don't forget next
> week. 6:04, 1/2hr faster than last year. I attribute the improvement to
> drinking more during the run, and to paying much more attention to posture
> during the run and core strength exercises, which led to my hip flexors
> being much less painful. Also I've run both halves of this course
> http://SportToday.org/
> and over and over since last year, and have probably gotten better at
> pacing.>

> Great progress!!!

> How about across the years 72 hours race? Miles run is column after age

> 1 M1 Joe Fejes 47 329.64 530.5 71:59:10 850
> 2 M2 Eoin Keith 44 300.24 483.2 67:24:21 1058
> 3 M3 Ed Ettinghausen 50 263.5 424.06 71:59:14 814
> 4 F1 Vikena Yutz 42 254.05 408.86 71:50:48 775
> 5 F2 C***te Vasarhelyi 36 250.9 403.79 71:50:48 955
> 6 M4 George Biondic 60 247.75 398.72 71:58:01 804
> 7 M5 Anthony Culpepper 32 216.26 348.04 71:56:34 1010
> 8 M6 Shashanka Karlen 52 207.86 334.52 71:51:02 1056
> 9 F3 Jennifer Bradley 33 204.71 329.45 71:59:12 997
> 10 M7 Mark Dorian 53 201.56 324.38 71:57:38 523

> The 48 hour

> 1 M1 Volodymyr Balatskyy 41 207.86 334.52 71:55:01 1141
> 2 M2 John Geesler 53 167.97 270.32 72:00:15 346
> 3 F1 Shawna Wentlandt 37 137.52 221.32 71:17:43 1128
> 4 M3 Davy Crockett 54 135.43 217.95 72:00:15 708
> 5 F2 Jill Hudson 50 131.23 211.19 71:55:50 880

> Geesler is a local friend and can still pick'em up for 53 and has
> tremendous recovery. Last year his did Hardrock 100 one weekend then did
> a 24 hour gerbil run the following fri/sat and then did the Escarpment
> Race on Sunday in 4:51.

> -D

Significance of Fejes' accomplishment:
http://SportToday.org/
including breaking Yiannos Kuros' 72-hr record at ATY. (Kuros' record
might be soft if he had been going for 48-hr record and just added some
stuff on the 3rd day)

What else Fejes did fall 2012:
  4 September   World 24 hour  --  147.586 miles   (27th OA, 3rd US)
29 September  Hinson Lake -- 103.46 miles (while pacing a friend)
20 October  Backyard Ultra (28 hrs)  --  116+ miles   (win)
    November  Pinhoti 100 mi
24 November  Shazaam 24 hour  --  138.2 miles   (win)
15 December  Desert Solstice 24 hour  -  156 miles   (win)
29 December  ATY 72 hour  --  329.64 miles   (win)

I believe he did Desert Solstice to up his 24-hr mileage to be sure of
making US 24-hr team.

It takes me a month to run what he does in a day.

--
Dot
"Surrender to the run and allow it to take you, rather than trying to
control or force an outcome."

 
 
 

Training week ending Dec 30 2012

Post by John Hurle » Fri, 04 Jan 2013 21:27:19

Dot:

# It takes me a month to run what he does in a day.

Don't compare yourself to other people just try to find what makes
sense for you and your goals!

 
 
 

Training week ending Dec 30 2012

Post by Doug Frees » Sat, 05 Jan 2013 00:58:57


Dot:

# It takes me a month to run what he does in a day.

< Don't compare yourself to other people just try to find what makes
< sense for you and your goals!

I hardly think Dot is in a state of depression over Fejes accomplishment
compared to her efforts. :) More of a statement that to suggest holly shit
that a lot of miles for 72 hours. I've done 100 in 21 hours and could not
fathom continuing more than a few more inches much less 51 more hours even
with a few cat naps.  Its safe to conclude YMMV. :)

-D