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Training Log Archive: sixela

In the 7 days ending Jan 20:

activity # timemileskm+m
  rock climbing3 6:00:00
  cross country skating3 3:45:50 19.16(11:47) 30.83(7:20) 413
  downhill skiing1 3:30:00
  Running1 34:38 3.36(10:18) 5.41(6:24) 37
  Total8 13:50:28 22.52 36.24 450

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Saturday Jan 20 #

11 AM

downhill skiing (@ Whitetail) 3:30:00 [3]

Thursday Jan 18 #

5 PM

rock climbing (@ Earth Treks Columbia) 1:00:00 [3]

I warmed up with a 5.8 on a slightly overhanging wall. Today I was mainly focusing on using my legs and placing them quietly. Then I on sited a very nice 5.10a, with nice holds, on the same wall as the 5.8. Then I tried a very tough 5.10b and I got about halfway up by stopping on nearly every one of the top four clips. Lastly I on cited a comfortable 5.9, where it was quite easy to use my legs and place my feet softly on the footholds. I was quite slow today, but I don't think it was tired, it was more that I just had a bad day and felt down.

Wednesday Jan 17 #

8 PM

rock climbing (@ Earth Treks Columbia) 2:15:00 [3]

I climbed two 5.10A's clean! And I can climb V3s!

Tuesday Jan 16 #

6 AM

Running (@ Ashleigh Knolls) 34:38 [3] 5.41 km (6:24 / km) +37m 6:11 / km
ahr:164 max:186

I went on a quick run with my dad. It was pretty tough for me though, because it was so early in the morning and I was sore from the weekend.

Monday Jan 15 #

8 AM

rock climbing (@ Earth Treks Columbia) 2:45:00 [4]

I was trying a bunch of different climbs. I started out with two very nice 5.9s. Then there was a cool climb that didn't have a grade yet, but I'd say it was probably a 5.9, maaaaybe a 5.10a. It had holds made out of cylinders, and it was really fun. I also belated my dad a bit, and practiced catching falls. Then I tried a 5.10b that Mike climbed on the slightly overhanging wall. I got to the second clip, almost to the third one, but I was burnt out. Then I tried Mike's favorite climb, a 5.10b, and I got 3/4 of the way up until I gave up. It was a climb made of slippers, and it was fun, just challenging. Then I did a 5.9 that was nice, and I was focusing on using my legs. I nearly made it all the way up until I fell, and then on my second push I made it to the top. My last climb was the 5.10a I tried on saturday, but I failed at the same spot.

Sunday Jan 14 #

11 AM

cross country skating (@ Laurel Ridge) 54:04 [2] 5.71 km (9:28 / km) +106m 8:40 / km
ahr:90 max:131 (injured)

How I fell on my skates yesterday, I hurt my lower right back pretty bad, so it hurt especially when I was going uphill or tried double-poling.
1 PM

cross country skating (@ Laurel Ridge) 1:15:46 [3] 11.64 km (6:31 / km) +159m 6:06 / km
ahr:122 max:175 (injured)

My back started to ease the pain a bit, or I just got used to it, so it was pretty fine. The snow was much faster than it was in the morning, so my mom and I made two laps.
3 PM

cross country skating (@ Laurel Ridge) 48:00 [3] 6.74 km (7:07 / km) +74m 6:45 / km
ahr:135 max:185 (injured)

This was just a cool down lap for my mom and me. I skated there and back a little, because the snow and terrain was great and I was waiting for my mom.

cross country skating (@ Laurel Ridge) 48:00 [3] 6.74 km (7:07 / km) +74m 6:45 / km
ahr:135 max:185 (injured)

This was just a cool down lap for my mom and me. I skated there and back a little, because the snow and terrain was great and I was waiting for my mom.

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