Todd Morimoto UjENA FIT Club Profile
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|Member Name||Todd Morimoto|
|Location||San Jose, California|
|Types of Running||Road Runner|
|Internet Profile Link||http://www.strava.com|
|Fitness Statement||My goal is to run 6 days each week with one day rest (core work). I try to run a different course with different shoes each morning with a different purpose in this sequence: rest, hard tempo, easy, hard intervals, easy, long, then medium long (on tired legs). Ultimate goal is to get under 3 hour marathon and break 40minutes in 10K.|
|Quote||“The marathon is a trail, a door, that the runner must pass.”|
2016 Santa Cruz Half - Age Group Winner (50-54) Third
2016 Napa Valley Marathon - Age Group Winner (50-54) First
2015 Morgan Hill Marathon - Age Group Winner (45-49) Second
2015 Ran first 100 mile training week
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|Date||Event Name||Location||Distance||Race Time||Place|
|Name||Event||Race||Bib#||Time||Place||Points||Prize Money||Full Results|
|TODD MORIMOTO||Palo Alto 2/19/17||Double 8K||52||32:02||17||10||0.00||results|
Warm up for 1.75mi
Intervals - 1x1mi 2x0.5mi
Cool down - 0.25mi
Still tight LCL but pain much less. First time could run...slowly ramping. Need to gain some aerobic fitness for Boston (may need to run walk it).
Warm up for 2 miles in wind, rain, and dark.
Tempo intervals - 3x2miles (first interval was into a strong headwind blowing rain in face)
Warm up then run up Winchester Hills to Lark. Pushed hills, then finish with 2x0.25mi. Started off very sore for 2 miles.
Warm up - 1.5mi
Intervals - 2x1mi 3x0.5mi 2x0.25mi
Cool down - 0.75mi
Longest run in 3 months...over-dressed with sweats, jacket, hat, gloves...shed them all over 10 miles. Miles 16-18 were hardest. Had 1 GU, 2 magic beans, and one caffeine pill, as my legs were dragging with sore upper hamstring/glutes. Finished with 2 faster miles.
Warm up for 2 miles (very sore and cold today)
Intervals - 2x2miles with 4x0.3mi with jog between sets
Easy Hills of Winchester
Perfect morning with lull in rain. Focus on form with Newtons.
Longest run in over 5 weeks.
Kept pace in very comfortable range to get time on legs and see how body feels at end... hamstrings start aching...caffeinated GU helped for last 5 miles.
Warm up - very stiff in hamstrings....after 5 miles started to push limit of where pain begins to increase (not sharp/good pain). Focus on relaxing and good form. Shorter stride and neutral landing feels better. Last two miles felt good.
Warm up for 2 miles, tempo at 3.2 miles (marathon pace), with 4x0.25mi for last 2 miles
Still sore in hamstring but after warm up...dull ache only...