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Training Log Archive: OutdoorsMama

In the 7 days ending Nov 16:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Jogging2 2:14:36 10.76(12:31) 17.32(7:46)
  Fat Biking2 2:12:00 16.1(8:12) 25.91(5:06)
  Spin class2 1:50:00
  Gym time1 50:00
  Total5 7:06:36 26.86 43.23

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Saturday Nov 16 #

Spin class 1:00:00 [3]

Interval day at spin class.

Jogging (rail trail, gravel, pave) 1:28:00 [3] 7.18 mi (12:15 / mi)
shoes: Altra Lone Peak 4

I dragged myself out.....then the sun peaked through the clouds and it wasn't so bad after all. Out the rail trail to Graham, then down to Seacliffe, with a jaunt down one of the subdivision roads.

Thursday Nov 14 #

Gym time (Boot camp) 50:00 [3]

Kettle bells

Fat Biking 1:00:00 [3] 8.1 mi (7:24 / mi)

Park, rail trail to the Graham, then a bit in town.
The glow of the greenhouses refracted off the moisture in the air and reflected off the snow, meaning I didn't need a head lamp along the Greenway.

Wednesday Nov 13 #

Note

Blood donation day.

Tuesday Nov 12 #

Spin class (Boot camp) 50:00 [3]

Good mix of TRX/dumbells.....and resistance bands. A lot of tricep work. And about those squat pulses....burn, baby burn!

Monday Nov 11 #

Fat Biking (snowy parks, rail trail) 1:12:00 [3] 8.0 mi (9:00 / mi)

Whoda thought......more snow in Kingsville than in Sudbury.
I caved and bought a fatbike while I was in Sudbury. So after white knuckling it home from work, I went out for an after-supper ride. With a huge grin on my face. Parks, Greenway, paved bike paths.....all that virgin snow was mine mine mine!!!!!!

Sunday Nov 10 #

Jogging (snowy trail) 46:36 [3] 3.58 mi (13:01 / mi)
shoes: Altra Lone Peak 4

My son lives in the north end of Sudbury, and he mentioned a trail that runs not far from their house. A fresh inch or so of snow had fallen in the night, but still not enough for XC skiing. But ok for jogging. Very nice trail....some hydrocut, but mostly through birch trees then along a stream that beavers have dammed up with quite the construction project! It is part of the Rainbow Routes in Sudbury so is marked with the occasional map. As a visitor to Sudbury (and Timmins last year), I have been pleased with their trail systems and how well they are marked (with good online maps for pre-scouting routes).
2 lovely friendly huskies off leash, 1 friendly German Shepherd with a stick in his mouth off leash, then a SOB of a pug off leash that attacked my leg. Good thing I had tights + wind pants on.
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I stopped in the north end of Parry Sound on the way back to do a bit of XC skiing at the soccer field there. Not. Enough. Snow. As I drove south, there was enough snow at the service station area, but it wasn't a great place for skiing.......

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