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Training Log Archive: TrailRunnerVT

In the 7 days ending Aug 26:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Cycling (Exercise Bike)2 1:30:00 39.9(26.6/h) 64.21(42.8/h)
  Running2 1:21:57 10.09(8:07) 16.24(5:03)
  Total4 2:51:57 49.99(3:26) 80.45(2:08)
averages - weight:185.9lbs

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Saturday Aug 26 #

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(rest day)

Friday Aug 25 #

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(rest day)

Thursday Aug 24 #

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weight:183.5lbs

7 AM

Cycling (Exercise Bike) 45:00 [3] 20.0 mi (26.7 mph)

West Roxbury, MA; Steady-state ride on the recumbent bike, Intensity Level 4, felt much better than I did on Tuesday, though much cooler out on the porch this morning and also have gotten a lot of the kinks out from last week's lack of exercise

Wednesday Aug 23 #

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weight:184lbs

7 AM

Running (Road) 41:24 [3] 5.05 mi (8:12 / mi)
shoes: Hoka One One Gaviota

West Roxbury, MA; VFW/Centre St. short loop, absolute slogfest (low 70s, 90%+ humidity), took it nice and easy, but even then it was miserable, just happy to get the run in, mostly cloudy

Splits: 8:17, 7:59, 8:16, 8:17, 8:13
VDOT: 38.6 (Level 1)

Tuesday Aug 22 #

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weight:185.5lbs

7 AM

Cycling (Exercise Bike) 45:00 [3] 19.9 mi (26.5 mph)

West Roxbury, MA; Steady-state ride on the recumbent bike, Intensity Level 4, didn't feel all that great, although A) haven't worked out, minus yesterday's run, in a week, B) absolutely no air flow out on the porch this morning, and C) hot; oh well, at least I sweat a lot...

Monday Aug 21 #

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weight:190.5lbs

7 AM

Running (Road) 40:33 [3] 5.04 mi (8:03 / mi)
shoes: Hoka One One Gaviota

West Roxbury, MA; VFW/Centre St. short loop, felt okay having not run for a full week, but was taking it easy...minus a few minutes where I passed a woman and she stayed on my heels longer than anticipated...feisty; beautiful sunny morning though, glad to get back out on the roads

Splits: 8:34, 7:56, 8:04, 7:58, 7:45
VDOT: 39.5 (Level 1)

Sunday Aug 20 #

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(rest day)

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