Monthly Archives: September 2007

Two Workouts Done and Three Sleeps Until Western…

It’s been a tough week, compounded by the fact that my wonderful housemate has infected me with his cold.  Today I woke up feeling awful, though my ability to breathe improved after my morning run.  I still went through a … Continue reading

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Goin’ Long

I woke up this morning to discover that my legs didn’t feel a thing from yesterday’s race.  My head, on the other hand, was certainly feeling yesterday’s several glasses of wine (more on that later).  My primary concern for today’s … Continue reading

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XC Intersquad 2007

My plan to rest up on Friday worked rather well.  On Thursday, my legs were pretty shot.  I had a theory that since I’ve been doing double runs every day, I could recover quickly with a single day of rest.  … Continue reading

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Leslie vs. the Wind, Take 2

 Yesterday was tough.  I did my usual four miles in the morning, and a workout on the Queen’s Invitational course with the team in the afternoon.  This course has finally been cut, so we are no longer stumbling through long … Continue reading

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Apparently, Kingston is Windy…

Why do I never seem to be able to remember this simple fact?  But I’ll start from the beginning.  I woke up at about 8 AM to do my morning run.  It was grey and raining slightly, one of those … Continue reading

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Salutations

Here begins my lovely training blog.  Why, you ask?  Well, on a personal note, this blog will help me to keep track of my training and how I feel as I work towards some longer triathlons.  I’m also writing this to … Continue reading

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