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Training Log Archive: erin tripp

In the 7 days ending May 26:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Weight lifting / Calesthenics1 54:00:00
  Hiking1 4:00:00 10.5(22:51) 16.9(14:12) 2600
  Walking1 1:30:00 5.0(18:00) 8.05(11:11)
  Hiking/Running1 1:30:00 4.5(20:00) 7.24(12:26)
  Total4 61:00:00 20.0 32.19 2600

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Sunday May 26 #

Walking 1:30:00 [3] 5.0 mi (18:00 / mi)

All over town with pk plus some weights after

Saturday May 25 #

Hiking 4:00:00 [3] 10.5 mi (22:51 / mi) +2600ft 18:31 / mi

first hike since foot surgery. hike hike, that is. the uphill def felt WAY better than the downhill, which my foot struggled with. cramped, tingled, felt weird all over. getting used to its new self....

South Francisco Creek Trail up 3/4 of the way to Bennett Mtn Summit, out of Del Norte. Went until i hit the snow, which was 5 miles one way. Had fun swapping leaderboard places with two mtn biker dudes.

Gorgeous day, but got my shit rocked on the way home wiht tremendous winds and 200 kts over the ground...

Friday May 24 #

Hiking/Running 1:30:00 [3] 4.5 mi (20:00 / mi)

first "run" since my foot surgery, which was exactly 2 months and 2 weeks ago. 10 weeks is waaaaay too long without a jog. still, i was grateful. starting off was rough, but it loosened up as i went. traded places walking, "wogging", walking, "wogging", etc.... home from alex auto repair

Thursday May 23 #

Weight lifting / Calesthenics 54:00:00 [3]

it's been about 9 weeks since my left foot surgery. even though my calf and quad have SHRUNK, i have made it a point to try to exercise every day since. some days it's in "quotes" more than others. the first week or two after surgery i literally just sat on my ass or laid on my back, lifting weights, and then used crutches to get to and from the pull up bar. most of these 9 weeks have been weight lifting for one our each morning. in the latter phases, i was able to get onto the swisher thingy whatever it is called for some cardio. gratefully so.

it has sucked, not walking, not running, hurting badly, being swollen, having multiple infections from an incision that didn't close until the full 9 weeks later but.... i made the most of it. as best as i could. my pullups have, for one, gotten much stronger!

this is a single post that tries to capture the last 9 weeks. and from here forward, back to the logging. it is field season and lichen time, baby.

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