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Training Log Archive: Carbon's Offset

In the 7 days ending Feb 17:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running2 2:00:00 10.85(11:04) 17.46(6:52)
  Biking1 2:00:00
  Hiking1 1:00:00 900
  Total4 5:00:00 10.85 17.46 900
averages - sleep:8.5 weight:65.9kg

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Sunday Feb 17 #

Running (Trail) 1:00:00 [3] 7.0 km (8:34 / km)
shoes: Hoka Stinson 3

Montane. The cold snow was quite slippery.
It’s been a while since I’ve run outside.
Crossed paths with Adam and Laura running the other way, swapped stories about ski trips.

Friday Feb 15 #

slept:8.5 weight:65.9kg (rest day)

Quads are tired / a little sore today

Thursday Feb 14 #

12 PM

Hiking (stairmill) 1:00:00 [2] +900m
shoes: Hoka Stinson Evo

Feeling a bit tired from the last two workouts on top of the ski trip. Had considered doing weights today but the legs weren't feeling 100% so I probably wouldn't have my best day of squats, power cleans, etc.

Hopped on the stairmill at 89 spm. Didn't really feel up to pushing harder than that.

Wednesday Feb 13 #

12 PM

Running (treadmill) 1:00:00 [2] 6.5 mi (9:14 / mi)
shoes: Hoka Stinson Evo

Nothing too hard, still recovering from the ski trip and spin class last night

Tuesday Feb 12 #

6 PM

Biking (spin class) 2:00:00 [3]

warm up
some one-legged spins

5 x 4 min MAP, 4 min easy (goal was to hold a consistent 4-minute average for the five sets; held low E4, high E4, high E4, low MAP, MAP)
Legs felt a bit tired from the ski trip; first set was weak, subsequent sets got better.

10 min Sweet Spot at <80 rpm, taking turns on a team of 3 doing spin ups of 10 revolutions
Pushing the bigger gear at lower cadence was difficult as the leg muscles were tired from the skiing; the previous drill was able to use more of the cardio system.

10 min Sweet Spot at <80 rpm, taking turns on a team of 3 doing standing accelerations of 15 revolutions

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