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Training Log Archive: bartholemeu

In the 7 days ending Dec 3:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling10 4:52:11 61.36(12.6/h) 98.75(20.3/h) 1112
  Running1 1:04:19 8.33(7:43) 13.41(4:48) 270
  Hiking1 43:47 2.07(21:11) 3.33(13:10) 117
  Orienteering1 34:34 3.68(9:23) 5.93(5:50) 31
  TrailRunning1 32:00 2.09(15:18) 3.37(9:31) 74
  Total14 7:46:51 77.53(6:01) 124.78(3:44) 1604
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Sunday Dec 3 #

8 AM

Cycling (Turbo) 13:20 intensity: (3:31 @0) + (2:55 @1) + (2:02 @2) + (3:53 @3) + (59 @4) 6.18 km (27.8 kph)
ahr:123 max:159 shoes: Cervelo P3

Tried for a sprint-erval workout, but was in full sun (>30deg) with no fan and overheated badly after 15mins. crawled inside into a cold shower.
10 AM

Orienteering 15:18 intensity: (2:07 @0) + (1:40 @1) + (4 @2) + (59 @3) + (9:03 @4) + (1:25 @5) 2.84 km (5:23 / km) +16m 5:14 / km
ahr:148 max:173 shoes: GT2000 WhiteOrange

Re-ran the course with the better route-choices. 300m shorter, less climb, and around 4 minutes faster... and still had a couple of hesitations!

Orienteering (Sprint) 19:16 intensity: (15 @0) + (4 @1) + (1:48 @2) + (10:09 @3) + (6:53 @4) + (7 @5) 3.09 km (6:14 / km) +15m 6:05 / km
ahr:152 max:171 shoes: GT2000 WhiteOrange

NSW Junior sprint training. A really good course which was really tricky in the circle.
The ribbons were really hard to spot, so lost a lot of time (prob a couple of minutes all up) standing within a metre of the ribbon but not able to see it.
Aside from that, looking at the map afterwards, i think every single one of the first 8 controls i went the sub-optimal route, so definately a well set course

Saturday Dec 2 #

10 AM

TrailRunning 32:00 [1] 3.37 km (9:31 / km) +74m 8:34 / km
shoes: Salomon Xscream

Annes parents took care of Oscar for the morning, so we did a little trail-run/trot together for probably the first time since Oscar was born.
12 PM

Hiking 43:47 [1] 3.33 km (13:10 / km) +117m 11:12 / km
shoes: Salomon Xscream

In between house inspections clambered down the cliff behind Mt Riverview, checked out the valley and hiked back out.

Friday Dec 1 #

7 AM

Cycling (Commute) 30:51 [3] 10.72 km (20.8 kph) +148m

5 PM

Cycling (Commute) 31:39 [3] 9.66 km (18.3 kph) +114m

Thursday Nov 30 #

8 AM

Cycling (Commute) 32:01 [3] 10.33 km (19.4 kph) +134m

12 PM

Running 1:04:19 [3] 13.41 km (4:48 / km) +270m 4:22 / km
shoes: Adidas Adios Boost

Easy with Ondrej to Balmain and back via Quarrymans for an especially nice double steam beer.
legs felt very good at the start, but feeling quite weary muscles by the end.
5 PM

Cycling (Commute) 31:27 [3] 10.12 km (19.3 kph) +139m

Wednesday Nov 29 #

7 AM

Cycling (Commute) 31:10 [3] 9.66 km (18.6 kph) +142m

5 PM

Cycling (Commute) 30:00 [3] 10.25 km (20.5 kph) +127m

Commute. Flat tire with no pump so had to walk most of the way.

Tuesday Nov 28 #

8 AM

Cycling (Commute) 30:11 [3] 10.32 km (20.5 kph) +142m

5 PM

Cycling (Commute) 31:32 [3] 9.9 km (18.8 kph) +165m

Monday Nov 27 #

Note

See here's what pisses me off about triathlon...
If i spend 2000$ on race wheels, i would have shaved off ~8 minutes, right off the bat link
If i spend 250$ on a stupid looking helmet i'll only ever use for races, thats ~2 minutes link

10 minutes is the difference between 7th in agegroup and 2nd (and qualify for world champs). Not to mention other gains from a better bike, more profile water cage, shoes, tubular tires etc...

What if everyone just agreed to use stock gear, then nobody would have to pay for this shit and we'd have a level playing field?
8 AM

Cycling (Turbo) 30:00 intensity: (17:55 @0) + (12:04 @1) + (1 @3) 11.61 km (23.2 kph)
ahr:99 max:113 shoes: Cervelo P3

trainerroad recovery session "Dans". v low W. spinning legs. Definately felt better afterwards than before.
Seem to have been able to fix the handlebars pretty easy.

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