85 - 1,400' up/down at the DuPont 12k. See this post.
86 - 3,300' - 2,100' up/down on Shut-In, then 1,200' up only on treadmill.
87 - 4,000' - 2,100' up/down on Shut-In, then 1,900' up only on treadmill.
88 - 3,300' - 2,100' up/down on Shut-In, then 1,200' up only on treadmill.
89 - 3,250 - up/down on a road with 4 x .9 with 650'. See this post.
90 - 3,100 - 1,900' up/down on Shut-In, then 1,200' up only on treadmill.
91 - 3,100 - up/down on Pilot Rock and Shut-In.
A big week for vertical as well as time on feet, about 13 hours and felt pretty good most of the time. About 25% of the vert was up only on the treadmill, so I still had about 16,000' of descent on my legs and I thought they held up really well.
Some photos below of the run I took this morning. I drove up to the Mt. Pisgah parking lot at 5,000' and hit one of my favorite climbs, 2.75 miles with 2,000 of climbing. But, to do this I need to run down the trail first - this is easily one of my least favorite downhill runs. The reward is I get to finish it with a favorite climb. A frosty morning.
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