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Running and ice skating in freezing weather

Thursday, January 12, 2012

I felt better today, not 100% but close. We had bright sunshine but under 30 degrees most of the day. I walked dogs in the morning for about an hour.
We went ice skating for about an hour after that and then I went for a 4 mile run. My heart rate monitor malfunctioned for the first mile or so, I probably didn't moisten the strap enough. After that it stayed around 132.
I went for 4 miles in 57 minutes, average speed was 4.2 mph, not great but I think it was a little harder to run because of the cold. The last mile I was a little uncomfortable inhaling cold air running into the wind. I'm glad I'm back on track.
Overall a lot of exercise in one day.
I'm planning on a trail ride tomorrow.
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  • PAPAMIKIE
    I was also out for a frosty run, and am coming back from illness over the holidays. We have snow and -19C - 26C with wind chill. I am still not 100% either, but I therefore take it a bit easy. Hope we are both fully recovered soon.

    Good running and be careful out there.

    Popie
    3293 days ago
  • SAFETYSUE
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    Its quite strange that you posted this. We went down to the freezing level last night and boy did i really struggle with my breathing this morning. For some reason it felt like i couldn't catch breath. Thankfully it passed after the first 1/2 mile.

    Good job keeping the workouts going in the cold snap.

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    3295 days ago
  • KRISZTA11
    A wonderful active day!
    Good for you : )
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  • MOTIVATED@LAST
    Well done on not letting cold weather interfere with your workouts!
    3296 days ago
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