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Training Log Archive: kgeisen

In the 7 days ending Mar 23:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Biking5 18:55:35 242.3(12.8/h) 389.94(20.6/h) 13490
  Walking5 2:25:49 9.4(15:31) 15.13(9:38)
  Running1 17:54 1.8(9:57) 2.9(6:11)
  Yoga1 10:00
  Total12 21:49:18 253.5 407.97 13490
averages - sleep:6 rhr:50

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Saturday Mar 23 #

9 AM

Biking (Massass Creek) 6:21:30 [3] 77.2 mi (12.1 mph) +3707ft
ahr:118 max:164 rhr:49 slept:5.25 shoes: 2019 Salsa Fargo

Friday Mar 22 #

6 AM

Biking (Commute to work. ) 1:35:22 [3] 22.6 mi (14.2 mph) +594ft
ahr:131 max:154 rhr:50 slept:6.5 shoes: 2019 Salsa Fargo

Light tailwind. Carried wallet, shoes, clothes to change into, and a bottle of coffee in my pack. Not sure if it was the pack (no water, so def lighter than an AR pack for sure) or what, but my left hand got pretty numb and my left leg was just uncomfortable. Not a typical experience on this bike, but it definitely makes me want to work out my ARHC packing so everything is on the bike and none is on me.
1 PM

Biking (Commute home ) 1:39:10 [3] 22.6 mi (13.7 mph) +669ft
ahr:133 max:164 shoes: 2019 Salsa Fargo

Headwind on the way back.

Both directions felt harder than a relatively short and flat, paved, unloaded ride should. It must be a rule that every pre-ARHC ride include thoughts of “how am I going to be able to do that??”
4 PM

Walking 30:23 [1] 2.0 mi (15:11 / mi)
ahr:94 max:149 shoes: Brooks Adrenaline 17

Thursday Mar 21 #

8 PM

Walking 26:34 [1] 1.7 mi (15:38 / mi)
ahr:136 max:168 rhr:50 slept:6.25 shoes: Brooks Adrenaline 17

Solo nighttime walk just a few nights after a double murder down the street from my mom’s had me a little more uncomfortable than normal. Sad reminder that terrible things can happen anywhere.

Wednesday Mar 20 #

4 PM

Running 17:54 [3] 1.8 mi (9:57 / mi)
ahr:168 max:176 rhr:49 slept:6.25 shoes: Brooks Adrenaline 17

6 PM

Biking (Zwift) 50:18 [3] 17.4 mi (20.8 mph)
ahr:119 max:159 shoes: Giant TCR

Progressive ramps

Tuesday Mar 19 #

6 AM

Yoga 10:00 [1]
rhr:51 slept:7.0

5 PM

Walking 26:27 [1] 1.6 mi (16:32 / mi)
ahr:128 max:178 rhr:49 shoes: Brooks Adrenaline 17

Tuesday walk with Lindsay plus Ollie, who I was babysitting for the evening. He wasn’t having the stroller, so I got in a little additional strength training carrying him for the walk.
9 PM

Walking 27:09 [3] 1.7 mi (15:58 / mi)
ahr:129 max:138 shoes: Brooks Adrenaline 17

Dog walk with Jacob

Monday Mar 18 #

5 PM

Walking 35:16 [1] 2.4 mi (14:42 / mi)
ahr:131 max:147 rhr:51 slept:6.25 shoes: Brooks Adrenaline 17

The dogs are back, so Jacob and I are back to walking them.

Sunday Mar 17 #

8 AM

Biking (Death by Gravel) 8:29:15 [4] 102.5 mi (12.1 mph) +8520ft
ahr:133 max:166 rhr:49 slept:4.75 shoes: 2019 Salsa Fargo

Rode with Mickey, Larry, and Jay. Some with Scott and Robert as well. Like usual I was usually at the back of the group, but it was closer than in the past and overall I felt really good for most of the ride. Through mile 50ish I felt strong. The next 25 miles or so were tough with a lot of climbing on Floyd Tower Rd, but I managed the whole day without walking my bike, Still felt good enough at the end that when the question of cutting off a few miles came up (after Scott's rear derailleur exploded and chain broke and all he could do was soft pedal as Mickey towed him) I didn't want to go back without 100.

Overall, it was a good day. Beautiful route, great weather (which is a good thing since I gave away my base layer and jacket to Jay after he took an unplanned bath on a slippery low water bridge). I'd have like to be faster, but I was at least faster than I've been in the past.

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