Running1:00:05 5.66 mi (10:37 / mi) +29m10:27 / mi ahr:142 max:156 weight:173lbs
Since it was 44 degrees today and was going to be cold tomorrow, I decided to run again today with a plan to bike tomorrow. So, I stopped at the canal lock on Edgewood and ran to the train overpass in Pittsford and back. Looks like I was very close to even splits out and back. Canal path had snow/ice/slush near Edgewood, then was fairly clear. In Pittsford it was also almost completely clear of dog crap, for the Brighton or Henrietta stretch, not so much.
Biking45:19 12.91 mi (3:31 / mi) +232m3:19 / mi ahr:116 max:132 weight:173lbs
P=162, C=77 Was able to squeeze in a shorter ride before heading to the hash. Just rode, no workout or group ride or anything. Put just a little effort into the climb section as my 30-day PR was quite slow so I beat it by a couple of minutes.
Hashing1:23:14 5.43 mi (15:20 / mi) +97m14:32 / mi ahr:110 max:172 weight:173lbs
FCH3 from Culver and University, set by Messiah, so of course it wound up going up Pinnacle Hill (1.5 times).
Shuffling1:00:02 4.45 mi (13:29 / mi) +28m13:14 / mi ahr:139 max:160 weight:173lbs
Went over to Whiting Rd and took it fairly easy for an hour after yesterday's bike ride. Jogged 2 songs / walked 1 minute on trails that were mostly packed snow, but were quite icy in spots. 44 degrees so shorts and the nylon top - accidentally left hat and gloves in the car. Hat was unnecessary, gloves would have been needed if my sleeves weren't so long.
Biking2:25:20 34.63 mi (4:12 / mi) +883m3:53 / mi ahr:117 max:159 weight:175lbs
P=157, C=75 Haute Route Watopia 2021 Stage 1 I really didn't understand what I was signing up for here. I figured 34 mile group ride, so under 2 hours; however, the climbs were significant, so it went quite a bit longer than that. I was sitting around 255 (of about 340 or so) early and 240 at 4 minutes, but steadily moved up as the riders spread out on climbs and got to 180, I think. Endurance worked in my favor as HR never really got very high (spotty quality of the HR recorded by the Garmin, but I had the Fitbit on the other wrist to confirm). I could make up a lot of ground on people in the last 20 minutes, but when I was done my quads were quite shot - I think I kept the gears high on the climbs so cadence dropped and resistance increased.