Training Log: Torino
In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||Running||3|| 3:25:10|| 15.29||(13:25)|| 24.6||(8:20)|| 697|
| ||Yoga||1|| 1:00:00|
| ||Mountain Biking||1|| 44:28|| 4.77||(9:20)|| 7.67||(5:48)|| 147|
| ||Total||5|| 5:09:38|| 20.05|| 32.27|| 844|
Running race 1:18:26  9.88 km (7:56 / km) +329m 6:48 / km
Running 55:14  6.88 km (8:02 / km) +69m 7:39 / km
Running 1:11:30  7.84 km (9:07 / km) +299m 7:40 / km
Checking out the course for next Wednesday's race of the Tour du Canton; wow, is this going to be a lot of uphills, I thought it would never end. But very nice downhills afterwards on small trails. I'm going to pass a lot of people on that again. But I'll lose lots of time and places on these long, steady uphills. Today was an absolute beautiful day, very pleasant and so flooded with light and sunshine in the Val de Travers.
Mountain Biking 44:28  7.67 km (5:48 / km) +147m 5:17 / km
Recovering from 2 days of intestinal distress and had a bit of energy back. Went for a bikeride through the vineyards to check out damages on the vines (I was curious what was and wasn't visible), but I felt that the hard frost had done only little damage to the young shoots which seem to be the most delicate and important ones for assuring good grapes. But saw some damage to the flowering apple- and cherry trees which had been blooming so beautifully because of our mild March and April weather.
Quite an interesting ride which finished in the little town of Auvernier where a street market and open air restaurants were set up.
Then quickly home and off to Berne for a busy afternoon/evening.
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