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Training Log Archive: ahall

In the 7 days ending Sep 9, 2017:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Canoeing3 10:25:32 72.66(8:37) 116.93(5:21) 122102060.4
  Running2 2:01:32 12.55(9:41) 20.2(6:01) 28017760.8
  Total5 12:27:04 85.21(8:46) 137.13(5:27) 402119821.1
  [1-5]5 12:21:48

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Saturday Sep 9, 2017 #

9 AM

Canoeing (C4 stern) 4:08:23 intensity: (6:10 @2) + (4:00:39 @3) + (1:34 @4) 30.33 mi (8:11 / mi) +46m 8:09 / mi
ahr:127 max:153

Second day of the 90 Miler. Again, went well though the portage was pretty horrible. Cold and raw much of the day

Friday Sep 8, 2017 #

9 AM

Canoeing (C4 stern) 4:51:01 intensity: (1:04 @2) + (4:04:24 @3) + (43:33 @4) + (2:00 @5) 33.42 mi (8:42 / mi) +75m 8:39 / mi
ahr:141 max:166

First day of the 90 Miler. Racing with Steve Miller, Dave Hunter and Mike Fairchild. Reasonable start, then got in front and there we stayed. Browns tract was a nightmare as Michael wouldn't let me lean the boat and was panicking and grabbing the gunnels when I did. Other than that it went mainly OK. Tailwind for most of the chain lakes. Awkward side wind for the last 3

Wednesday Sep 6, 2017 #

5 PM

Canoeing (C2 stern) 1:26:08 intensity: (50 @1) + (53:07 @2) + (32:11 @3) 8.9 mi (9:41 / mi) +1m 9:40 / mi
ahr:112 max:145

Charles with Kevin

Tuesday Sep 5, 2017 #

6 PM

Running (Trails) 40:26 [2] 3.8 mi (10:38 / mi) +150m 9:29 / mi
shoes: LaSportiva Bushido

Whipple Hill. No way I was running that slowly. GPS just can't cope with the trails and trees in that area

Sunday Sep 3, 2017 #

8 AM

Running (Trails) 1:21:06 intensity: (5:16 @0) + (24:08 @1) + (1:19 @2) + (48:18 @3) + (2:05 @4) 8.75 mi (9:16 / mi) +130m 8:52 / mi
ahr:111 max:154 shoes: LaSportiva Bushido

Lincoln School to Farrar Pond, etc, with NETT. No, I wasn't not working for the first three miles...... something up with the HR signal. Slow 5th and 6th miles were due to getting lost as our fearless leader didn't know where he was going, and the trails were pretty overgrown

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