Training Log: PG
In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+ft|
| ||biking||3|| 3:09:38|| 47.67||(3:59)|| 76.71||(2:28)|| 1762|
| ||treadmill||1|| 21:40|| 2.0||(10:50)|| 3.22||(6:44)|
| ||Total||4|| 3:31:18|| 49.67||(4:15)|| 79.93||(2:39)|| 1762|
|averages - weight:140.8lbs|
biking 42:11 10.53 mi (4:00 / mi) +313ft 3:54 / mi
ahr:126 max:150 weight:141lbs
Up to Montague, not much zip, but not trying too hard either.
, just one of a number of "discussions" over the years that have made me wonder about the mental health of some folks in this sport. Fortunately they are well outnumbered by some very fine folks.
biking 1:01:08 15.34 mi (3:59 / mi) +673ft 3:50 / mi
ahr:142 max:161 weight:141lbs
Leverett loop, counter-clockwise. First day in a while with dry roads, although still cool, cloudy, and breezy. But needed to get out and do something.
treadmill 21:40  2.0 mi (10:50 / mi)
weight:140.5lbs shoes: pegasus 6
biking 1:26:19 21.8 mi (3:58 / mi) +776ft 3:50 / mi
With Phil in Whately and Deerfield.
Going just as hard as I could, and still couldn't keep up a lot of the time. (My ride as seen disparagingly through Phil's eyes.)
Pleasant conversational ride, except every so often Phil would get frisky and go off by himself for a while. (An alternative view.)
Bought a new bike afterwards, as the current one is condemned.
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