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Training Log Archive: OutdoorsMama

In the 7 days ending Nov 14:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Gravel Bike1 4:22:00 55.1(12.6/h) 88.68(20.3/h)
  Gym time2 1:10:00
  Spin class1 45:00
  Total4 6:17:00 55.1 88.68

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Saturday Nov 14 #

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I didn't make it to the double header O-meet. I had the car packed, my bike loaded up and ready to ride on part of the GNR route we skipped due to rain back in the summer.....but I got the call (text) to help out with what turned out to be the last day of corn harvest at my family's farm. So glad to get it done before the 90 km/hr winds hit those corn fields. The woods looked very nice along the second farm we were harvesting. I found out later than the local Scout troup used to camp back in there. Hmmmm.....something to keep in mind for future considerations.

I couldn't find my thumb compass when packing up, but had a couple other compasses packed and ready to go. Then in the evening when it got cooler, I put on an old coat I use for messing around in the woods....and there was my thumb compass and a roll of flagging tape. I guess the last time I used it was for Maybury Mayhem last December. Such is 2020.

Friday Nov 13 #

Gym time 25:00 [3]

highlights from Wednesday's power barbell class, at home

Wednesday Nov 11 #

6 AM

Gym time 45:00 [3]

Power barbell. Two of us in the class. A good mix of assorted squats and chest/upper back work. Then core.

Tuesday Nov 10 #

Spin class 45:00 [3]

Mostly fast and faster cadence work.

Sunday Nov 8 #

Gravel Bike (Mixed surfaces) 4:22:00 [3] 55.1 mi (12.6 mph)

Glorious summer day. Rode to Comber then across the top of the county and back down through Cottam. The service road was freshly graded and I could tell the difference between my usual 40-42 mm tires and these 32-35 mm skinnies.
Sprint to the "finish" into the wind. Charlie was surprised when I shot past him at 20 mph. I told him that just because you are winning when we are 1-2 km from home, it isn't really over until all the votes are counted.

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