1. Shoes by Year
2. Like a Cashflow Diagram but for Distance and Intensity
Something new I kept track for 2015 was the daily intensity measure, which was a self precieved effort for the day on a 1 to 5 scale.
Red meant Race Days/Time Trial Efforts,
Orange meant Lactate Threshold,
Yellow meant Intervals,
Limegreen meant Steady State, and
Green meant Easy Only Days.
You'll notice a lot of green after my two big races in Sweden and Muskoka this past year. A lot more running races this year and nicely spaced out with build weeks.
3.Same as no. 2 but aggregated by Years.
Here's some yearly distance tallies for comparison. I had more hard efforts spent on running as compared to biking or swimming.
4. Bike by Terrain
With big fitness gains, comes big responsibilities. You're noticed I biked quite a bit more this past year. I guess bike couriering, leading group rides, and teaching spin classes have certainly contributed close to additional 6000kms on top of regular commute and trainning! I have 4 years of data in terrain. Here's a couple graphs by year, and another by year and bicycle.
5. Lucky Shoes for Long Course Races
I have some more boring graphs that I decided to save for next time!
First Half half-marathon is in 3 weeks. Time to start training! :)