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Training Log Archive: sixela

In the 7 days ending Feb 10:

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  rock climbing4 7:55:00
  Running4 1:56:53 11.06(10:34) 17.8(6:34) 223
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Saturday Feb 10 #

9 AM

Running (@ Rock Creek Park) 31:01 [3] 4.22 km (7:21 / km) +70m 6:47 / km

2 PM

rock climbing (@ Earth Treks Arlington) 2:30:00 [4]

I started with two V1s, then three V2s, then the nice 5.8 with the ledge holds, then a 5.10a, then the 5.10c I tried before, with two rests, then a 5.10b that went into the roof a bit with four rests, and I didn't make it all the way up but almost, then I did a 5.10a, then I attempted a 5.10c/d with three rests cuz why not, and then I tried a 5.10a with two or three rests because I was tired.

Friday Feb 9 #

4 PM

Running (@ Ashleigh Knolls) 26:25 [3] 4.57 km (5:47 / km) +44m 5:31 / km
ahr:162 max:185

Thursday Feb 8 #

5 PM

rock climbing (@ Earth Treks Columbia) 1:10:00 [3]

I began with a V1, then a V2, then a 5.10a, the a new climb that was suggested as a 5.10b, which I agree with, and then I tried a 5.10a with 3 falls,since it was in a huge overhang. Then I went bouldering. I tried probably 4 or 5 different V3s, and I only made it all the way up on one, but I was close on some of the others.

Tuesday Feb 6 #

4 PM

Running (@ Ashleigh Knolls) 26:40 [3] 4.28 km (6:14 / km) +30m 6:01 / km

6 PM

rock climbing (@ Earth Treks Columbia) 2:15:00 [4]

I started with a V1 and V2. Then I did a 5.9, one that I only did on my first day back at the gym. Then I did a 5.10a that I forgot that I did on Thursday. Then I did the 5.10b I nearly on sited on Thursday, this time with no break. The I finally got to the top of my favorite overhanging 5.10c, and I was slightly disappointed that the top was just as tricky as the rest. I rested 4 times, all after the halfway point. Then I wanted to try a new 5.10b, only to realize by the first clip that it's a climb on top rope only. So I switched to a new climb rightly next to suggested as a 5.9, but it felt like the highest a 5.8. Then I top roped the 5.10b, which felt like a 5.9, maaaaaaaybe a 5.10a. Then as my final climb I did another new climb, which was suggested as a 5.10b, but mostly people voted it to be a 5.10d, and one thought it was a 5.10c. I tired it anyways, and I probably rested about 5 times, more or less. Yep, definitely at least a 5.10d.


Monday Feb 5 #

5 PM

Running (@ Rock Creek Park) 32:47 [3] 4.73 km (6:56 / km) +79m 6:24 / km
ahr:175 max:195

I went running after overeating and I instantly regretted it :/ but I knew I had to run so I did anyways

Sunday Feb 4 #

12 PM

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

I started off with a 5.9 on an overhanging wall, but I rested two or three times. Then I climbed a nice 5.8 with ledge holds to practice my grip. Then I climbed a 5.10a, also on the overhanging wall, with one rest. Then I climbed a 5.9, then another 5.9, and then I top roped on a 5.10c with two rests. It wasn't on an overhanging wall, so I'm really happy because I'm not good at climbing with small/uncomfortable holds. Then I tried another 5.10c, this time slightly overhanging, but I only made it up halfway with, like, three or four rests. It was really hard. Then I bouldered one V1 and one V2.

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