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Training Log Archive: erin tripp

In the 7 days ending Jun 2:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Hiking4 8:00:00 12.6(38:06) 20.28(23:40) 3300
  Weight lifting / Calesthenics3 2:45:00 2.35 3.78
  Running1 46:00 4.3(10:42) 6.92(6:39)
  Walking1 45:00 2.0(22:30) 3.22(13:59)
  Total7 12:16:00 21.25 34.2 3300

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Sunday Jun 2 #

Hiking 1:00:00 [3] 3.0 mi (20:00 / mi) +500ft 17:16 / mi

Collecting Lichens in the central mountains…

Saturday Jun 1 #

Hiking 4:00:00 [3] 5.6 mi (42:52 / mi) +1800ft 32:51 / mi

Collecting lichens on avalanche creek trail. Nice place, I should have liked to explore it more.

Alas was off trail up a steep slope with my unsteady foot and I took a fall. Busted by ring flash. Drove all the way to breck to try to replace it

Friday May 31 #

Hiking 1:00:00 [3] 2.0 mi (30:00 / mi)

Got the all clear from foot surgeon this am then left on a solo lichen trip

Thursday May 30 #

Weight lifting / Calesthenics 1:00:00 [3]

1 hr downstairs. My foot hurt pretty badly from the last two days of “running”

Wednesday May 29 #

Weight lifting / Calesthenics 45:00 [3] 2.35 mi (19:09 / mi)

“Running” the perimeter of our new open space. My foot was very sore from yesterday. Maybe not quite ready for running yet
Plus some weights after

Tuesday May 28 #

Hiking 2:00:00 [3] 2.0 mi (1:00:00 / mi) +1000ft 40:43 / mi

lichenizing with jacob and edie, west chicago creek, northern slopes of mt evans

Running 46:00 [3] 4.3 mi (10:42 / mi)
shoes: Asics GT-1000, #2

first real run since my foot surgery march 11th. man, it was rough. i managed "wogging" for a full 4.3 miles. it was not pretty. >10 min miles, hot af outside, and my foot hurt.... a lot. i tried just not overdoing it, and stopping to walk as frequently as needed. i can't wait to get back to it. OMG.

Monday May 27 #

Weight lifting / Calesthenics 1:00:00 [3]

Before a gsp local

Walking 45:00 [3] 2.0 mi (22:30 / mi)

all around

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