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Training Log Archive: OutdoorsMama

In the 7 days ending Apr 28:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Adventure Bike2 4:34:00 52.45(11.5/h) 84.41(18.5/h)
  Spin class2 1:35:00
  Jogging1 41:00 3.4(12:04) 5.47(7:30)
  Gym time1 20:00
  Total5 7:10:00 55.85 89.88

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Saturday Apr 28 #

Adventure Bike (Gravel/pavement) 2:22:00 [3] 26.5 mi (11.2 mph)

Done work and changed into bike gear by 1 pm.....and off I went on the gravel around our office. Quite windy and cool (will it ever warm up?). I went down a couple dead end roads I've never been on. The Big Creek would be paddleable right now.
As I later told my co-workers, those who are most likely to throw beer cans out the window of their vehicles in Tilbury East Township are drinkers of Busch beer. Second most likely drink Labatts Blue products.

Thursday Apr 26 #

Spin class 45:00 [3]

high resistance followed by low resistance/high cadence.....and sustained efforts

Wednesday Apr 25 #

Jogging (Mostly streets) 32:00 [3] 2.6 mi (12:19 / mi)
shoes: Hoka

Down to lake, extra trip up and down the hill at the condos, then the rail trail to the gym.

Gym time 20:00 [3]

Smith machine
Kettlebell stuff

Jogging (Streets) 9:00 [3] 0.8 mi (11:15 / mi)
shoes: Hoka

And home from the gym...not quite totally dark at 9 pm!

And then the semi annual snow tire wrestling match.

Tuesday Apr 24 #

Spin class 50:00 [3]

Intervals .... Standing and sitting.

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The 30 minute massage at lunchtime today did the trick.

Sunday Apr 22 #

Adventure Bike 2:12:00 [3] 25.95 mi (11.8 mph)

When Paul and I come back into Canada through Windsor with our bikes, we always ask each other "want me to drop you off so you can ride home?" (the Greenway rail trail intersects highway 3 just outside Windsor). This time, I asked to be dropped off.

And rode home in the sunshine and wind. Without knee warmers!

Time includes a stop to watch the waterfowl in the ponds at Essex. Could that be a loon out there? With the crazy weather lately, random ones have been showing up as they get blown off their migratory path.

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