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Training Log Archive: abiperk

In the 7 days ending Aug 27, 2017:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Bike - Roads3 2:30:47 30.23(12.0/h) 48.65(19.4/h) 784
  Trekking1 55:32 3.66(15:10) 5.89(9:26) 568
  Stretching1 20:00
  Body Work1 1
  Total6 3:46:20 33.89 54.54 1352
  [1-5]5 3:46:19

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Saturday Aug 26, 2017 #

5 PM

Bike - Roads 43:29 [3] 8.42 mi (11.6 mph) +57ft
shoes: Surly Long Haul Trucker

Family ride to the grocery store, Z on my back. River trail was crowded today!
7 PM

Bike - Roads 47:39 [3] 8.49 mi (10.7 mph) +388ft
shoes: Surly Long Haul Trucker

Ride home from the store - Z still with me, B hauling a week's worth of groceries!

Friday Aug 25, 2017 #

12 PM

Body Work 1 [0]

Post-ARWC niggles -- knee pain the product of a super tight quad. Ankle bones popped back into place and achilles tightness and pain magically disappeared!
6 PM

Bike - Roads 59:39 [3] 13.32 mi (13.4 mph) +339ft
shoes: Niner Air9 RDO

Legs felt pretty sluggish and my bike needs a good cleaning post-race, but I enjoyed being out. Raised my seat a touch when I got home, which seemed to help (did I really ride the final leg of the race with it that low??).

HR monitor hasn't miraculously started working again since I left - time to look into a new battery.
8 PM

Stretching 20:00 [1]

Wednesday Aug 23, 2017 #

Note

Feels like I came home from the race more rested than I am right now. Z had to have a sleep study last night (tonsils are coming out) and I slept at the hospital with her. Got about three hours of dozing throughout the night. Life with a three-year-old...
9 PM

Trekking (Treadmill) 55:32 [3] 3.66 mi (15:10 / mi) +568ft 13:14 / mi
shoes: Brooks Launch 3 - Black

Poor man's substitute for the hike I was hoping to squeeze in earlier today. First time in socks and shoes since the finish line. Achilles is fine trekking, still a little tender running. Toes are still predictably tingly and feet feeling generally mashed up.

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