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Training Log Archive: MHtrailvet

In the 7 days ending Jan 30:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  hike/trek2 3:42:27 8.46(26:18) 13.61(16:20) 431
  bike trainer3 2:39:00 30.4 48.92
  getting swole2 50:00
  road run1 25:04 3.01(8:20) 4.84(5:10)
  Total8 7:36:31 41.87 67.38 431

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Saturday Jan 30 #

12 PM

hike/trek 1:35:30 [3] 3.28 mi (29:07 / mi) +36ft 28:49 / mi
shoes: LaSportiva Core High GTX

Staying at Maine Forest Yurts w friends/fams. Mandatory hike on frozen lake spiced up with a bushwhack loop at the turnaround so that it was a lollipop and wasn’t the dreaded out-and-back. Cold day.

Friday Jan 29 #

bike trainer 57:00 [3]
shoes: DB SC1260 spin bike

GCN video from YouTube: 60 Minute Endurance Intervals. Good option for non-smart trainer.

Wimped out on the smart trainer in the drafty 20° garage and rode the indoor spin bike.

Thursday Jan 28 #

getting swole 30:00 [3]

Weights in garage since driveway covered in snow.
11 AM

hike/trek 2:06:57 [2] 5.18 mi (24:31 / mi) +395ft 22:51 / mi
shoes: LaSportiva Core High GTX

Hike from home in the new snow, 3” or so. With Pam and Reed. Nice.

Wednesday Jan 27 #

bike trainer 30:00 [3] 8.92 mi (17.8 mph)
shoes: Trek XO2

TR Barnard -5. CBI.

Tuesday Jan 26 #

Note

Eliza (age 10) recounted a funny story at the dinner table tonight.

All the kids at school are talking about the places they’ve been DH skiing this season. Background: we don’t do much of that.

E: Have you guys ever been orienteering?
(Crickets)
E: (explanation of orienteering including the phrase “NE side of 2m boulder”)
(Crickets)
Resumption of discussion about DH skiing.

Love that girl
4 PM

road run 25:04 [3] 3.01 mi (8:20 / mi)
shoes: Topo Ultrafly3

Quickie from work. Road and a little bit of frozen trail.

Sunday Jan 24 #

getting swole 20:00 [3]

1 PM

bike trainer 1:12:00 [3] 21.48 mi (17.9 mph)

TR Gawler +2. Coffee Break Italian podcast. High 20s in the garage - still stripped down to bibs but feet getting cold near the end.

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