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Wayne_Kent_Seago

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About Wayne_Kent_Seago

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  • Birthday September 16

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    Orlando, FL
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  1. Day 2 - 12/2 - woke up and got out for my run and ran further than was prescribed but it felt great so I did a little extra. Had plenty left in the tank but as I mentioned I am allowing a slow build-up back to where I was not too long ago. Did 3 sets of 4 pushups, again easy but it won't always be. Day 3 - 12/3 - scheduled rest day for running but 3 sets of 5 push-ups, no problem. Feeling good about this mini-challenge!
  2. Using this space to get back up to speed in terms of my fitness journey. I completed my goal this year of running in the Tower of Terror 10-miler. I ran it in a total time of 2:34:05. My actual running time was a little less than that as I started 5 corrals from the start. I ran the first 8 miles fine. Halfway through mile 8 I stopped to drink instead of drinking on the run and that was a bad idea. I ran more than I walked for the rest of that mile, but ran about half as much as I walked for the final mile. All in all, I felt good at the end (but very very tired) and proud of my accomplishment
  3. I have not been keeping up with posts and that is something I am going to work on (maybe for my next challenge). Ok, results time, let's look at how I did. First, a quick refresher on what I took on for this challenge: 1. Stamina - Train using the Galloway training schedule for the Disney Tower of Terror 10-milers. It is 3 weekly runs with two runs at 30 mins each and then a long run day beginning at 2 miles and moving up a mile a week. (Total of 18 runs) A= 17 - 18 runs, B= 15 - 16 runs, C= 13 - 14 run, anything less than 13 is an F 2. Strength - Complete a cross-training workout 2x per
  4. 8/26 - I have way behind in my postings, but I have continued my workouts with good consistency (good, not great, I have missed a few) - I am very consistent in running. I think I have only missed 2 runs in 5 weeks - my training for the ToT run is on pace. I ran 7 miles two weekends ago (started at 6 am before it gets hot and humid here) and was psyched. This past weekend was a time trial for a mile and then 2 more for a total of 3, and as I woke up late and had to run in Florida heat, it was all I could do to finish 3. I have been less good at strength training. I am not sure if running is
  5. Welcome back, buddy! You can do this - one step at a time, one workout at a time! If you slip up, don't get too down just try and do better at the next opportunity.
  6. 8/11 - Monday - Rest day, but snuck in 40 push-ups so I wouldn't get behind in my totals 8/12 - Tuesday - 30 minute training run. Felt good during run and had energy left in the tank at the end of the run. Could have run further. I tried to stay at a slow pace, but I think I was going faster than I did when I did my long run. 40 push-ups total (25 before run, 15 after)
  7. 8/7 - Thursday - rest day 8/8 - Friday - 30 minute training run. With addition of 5 minute warm-up walk, I covered 5.1 KM. Felt great at end of run, today is another day I feel like I could have run much further 8/9 - Saturday - today I really put my increased fitness level to the test. Today, my wife and I participated in our church's function called Mission:Serve. Hundreds showed up to volunteer across our community. A big group of us went to an elementary school that really needs help and we beautified the school. We picked a ton of weeds, trimmed trees and shrubs, planted flowers, pai
  8. 8/6 Wednesday - rest day thank goodness as my legs are a little tender from yesterday's run.
  9. 8/2 & 8/3 - sidelined with allergies that knocked me on my butt. 8/4 - Monday- 20 pushup warmup, 7 rounds of kickboxing with the heavy bag (both hands, jabs, right cross, right leg, left leg, right leg, left leg) - 10 pushups in between rounds. 90 total pushups 8/5 - Made up for missing Sunday's long run by doing it this morning - 6 f'ing miles!!! Hell yeah! I kept a good pace and I know I could have gone further (not sure how much further, but could have kept going)
  10. 6 miles this morning!! Longest run ever!

  11. 7/30 - rest day 7/31 - 20 pushups then 30 minute run with intervals (10 min jog, 2 min sprint, 2 min recover) Felt great and was able to keep good pace in sprints. 20 pushups after run 8/1 - 25 pushups and then T25 total body circuit. Felt a little like a tool doing that workout (especially as there parts I could not keep up with). there are push-ups as part of that workout, so total for the day is 50
  12. Can't update the spreadsheet, but I ran 5.6Km this morning and am heading east with ShadowLion
  13. Here are my goals for this challenge (they look a lot like the goals for the last challenge) Here are my goals for this challenge: 1. Stamina - Train using the Galloway training schedule for the Disney Tower of Terror 10-milers. It is 3 weekly runs with two runs at 30 mins each and then a long run day beginning at 2 miles and moving up a mile a week. (Total of 18 runs) A= 17 - 18 runs, B= 15 - 16 runs, C= 13 - 14 run, anything less than 13 is an F 2. Strength - Complete a cross-training workout 2x per week. One of the things I noticed and mentioned in my follow up to the last challenge
  14. Very impressed by your achievements. Running a Spartan Race is no joke! That is something I am working towards. Congrats and keep it up!
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