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Training Log Archive: X8A7

In the 7 days ending Aug 4:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Trail Run4 4:01:00 25.03(9:38) 40.28(5:59)
  Hike1 2:08:00 6.88(18:36) 11.07(11:34)
  Skate Ski1 1:22:00 11.8(6:57) 18.99(4:19)
  Total6 7:31:00 43.71(10:19) 70.34(6:25)

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Sunday Aug 4 #

Trail Run 1:00:00 [1] 6.78 mi (8:51 / mi)
ahr:130

Started out with a walk to the trail, did the same loop through Drömling we hiked yesterday. Legs felt refreshed and kept a good pace.

Saturday Aug 3 #

Hike 2:08:00 [1] 6.88 mi (18:36 / mi)

Hike through Drömling. Counted all time moving. Not counting two walks to the store plus the walk downtown and back.

Friday Aug 2 #

Trail Run 59:00 [1] 5.54 mi (10:39 / mi)
ahr:115

Walked half way to Allersee, then two laps around Allersee and back. Legs felt dead.

Thursday Aug 1 #

Trail Run 1:01:00 [1] 5.96 mi (10:14 / mi)
ahr:119

Walked to Mittellandkanal, then ran to second bridge and back, finishing at about an hour.

Wednesday Jul 31 #

Skate Ski 1:22:00 [1] 11.8 mi (6:57 / mi)
ahr:133

Easy ski at Oberhof Skihalle (www.oberhof-skisporthalle.de/). No GPS so a guess at distance based on 5:10 laps of advertised 1.2 km (approximate average from a handful of laps). Rental equipment of was good enough that it was good ski (Aluminum Leki poles, Salomon 8X skate skis in dire need of waxing). When I arrived two men with German national XC team suits and a coach were testing about 10 pairs of Rossi's with a speed trap. They had cleared out by the time I had changed, but there was a dude with a German biathlon national team suit doing easy laps. I could ski with him a few laps a time without going under when he would catch up. I'm guessing his SpeedMax hole skis were much faster than my rentals. His technique was perfect and tried to study it as much as I could without looking like a weirdo, but he probably noticed. The folks I was with watched for a bit on the balcony and learned that the biathelete's name is Stefan Müller. I can't find him on the internet. Super fun.
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Tuesday Jul 30 #

Trail Run 1:01:00 [1] 6.75 mi (9:02 / mi)
ahr:128

Out and back along the Mittellandkanal, turning back at the second bridge.

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