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Finished Marathon training
November 28th, 2020 9:46 PM
Please see www.ericfang.com/25HalfMarathon_in_2020 for the most recent half marathons I ran for the last 6 months. I finished a really good run this morning. The last 5 mile paces were pretty good. Here are the paces:

Workout Laps/Splits

Lap Dist (mi) Time Avg (min/mi) Max (min/mi) Avg HR Max HR Avg SPM Max SPM Gain (ft) Loss (ft) kCal
1. 1.00 11:37 11:37 9:09 115 125 174 180 12 5 118
2. 1.00 10:25 10:25 9:32 119 128 177 184 49 63 109
3. 1.00 9:45 9:45 8:57 125 132 181 184 12 10 103
4. 1.00 9:38 9:38 9:05 127 133 181 188 0 0 100
5. 1.00 9:27 9:27 8:25 126 136 184 190 12 12 91
6. 1.00 9:00 9:00 7:33 125 137 181 194 11 0 90
7. 1.00 9:02 9:02 8:25 127 132 183 188 5 0 82
8. 1.00 9:07 9:07 8:52 126 131 183 188 0 0 78
9. 1.00 8:36 8:36 7:46 130 139 185 194 7 5 82
10. 1.00 7:37 7:37 7:21 144 151 194 200 0 5 105
11. 1.00 7:36 7:36 7:09 148 153 195 202 6 16 109
12. 1.00 7:28 7:28 6:59 153 157 197 206 0 5 111
13. 1.00 7:29 7:29 6:49 153 158 199 208 0 5 111
14. 1.00 7:27 7:27 6:57 156 159 199 210 5 0 114
15. 0.01 0:03 6:22 7:11 157 158 194 194 0 0 0
Totals: 14.01 2:04:25 8:52 6:50 133 159 186 210 102 112 1,403

I think it is better to keep the hear rate around 148-150.

The race is next Sunday. The only I need to do is to persuade my wife that it is safe to run during this pandemic. I will do the covid-19 test next week. And most people will get the tests. And we need to check the temperature before the race. Hopefully everything goes well, and I will have the tapering next week



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