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Training Log Archive: Carbon's Offset

In the 7 days ending Aug 27:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hiking2 2:15:00 3.11 5.0 1250
  Biking1 1:20:00 21.4(3:44) 34.44(2:19)
  Total3 3:35:00 24.51 39.44 1250
averages - sleep:9 weight:67.2kg

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Sunday Aug 27 #

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weight:67.6kg

17.7

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A little short hike at the top of Kicking Horse resort with Myka and Mammyka.

Saturday Aug 26 #

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weight:67.2kg

16.5
5 PM

Hiking 1:00:00 [1] 5.0 km (12:00 / km) +100m 10:55 / km
shoes: Salomon Propulse 2nd pair

Pat Chan and Cathy came by with Jeannie (very sweet 6-year old German Shepherd) and we went on a walk on the trails behind our house, traversing toward Silvertip and then came back on the Montane Traverse and down past Slice's and Miles'.

Might have felt just a slight hint of a headache early in the hike but it went away. Felt fine after.

Friday Aug 25 #

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slept:9.0 weight:66.8kg

16.4
12 PM

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Phsyio
Ribs are still hurting from the crash two weeks ago and improvement is very minimal (I realize broken and bruised ribs take 3-6 weeks to heal, but I would expect some change in discomfort after two weeks) so wanted to check whether ribs are likely cracked or bruised, or whether spine is out and pinching a nerve. Concluded that ribs likely aren't cracked, or not significantly, and thoracic is tight.

Did one easy roll-over manipulation of the spine but no big manipulations or drops. Got some exercises for mobilizing the thoracic. Did a full round of the exercises.
5 PM

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Thoracic stretches

Tuesday Aug 22 #

12 PM

Hiking (stairmill) 1:15:00 [2] +1150m
shoes: Hoka Stinson Evo

89 spm for most of it. Sweaty. This machine rocks. It didn't bother my ribs or my head (we will see if the head gets bothered by bouncing during running)

Monday Aug 21 #

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weight:67.1kg

17.5
12 PM

Biking (stationary) 1:20:00 [2] 21.4 mi (3:44 / mi)
shoes: Asics Gel DS Trainer (light bl

Starting with stationary exercise so that I don't have to worry about crashing, or bouncing the brain (I will leave the running until a little later). I'm probably being more conservative than I need to be, but I'm not in a big rush to start doing anything (other than wanting to get out having fun again.... maybe a bike ride this weekend). Also, the ribs probably won't enjoy running or any serious jostling yet.

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