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Training Log Archive: bbrooke

In the 7 days ending Nov 14:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Run / Hike4 2:25:02 12.14(11:57) 19.54(7:25) 630
  Cycling1 2:19:59 20.8(6:44) 33.47(4:11) 1212
  Strength / Stretching2 46:23
  Total7 5:31:24 32.94 53.01 1842
averages - sleep:7.8 weight:122.4lbs

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Friday Nov 13 #

5 PM

Run / Hike 34:08 [3] 3.03 mi (11:16 / mi) +135ft 10:49 / mi
slept:7.0 weight:123.3lbs shoes: Brooks Adrenaline (2020)


I kept waiting for the wind to die down...and it never did.

Neighborhood run (easy pace).

6 PM

Strength / Stretching 19:23 [3]
shoes: Brooks Adrenaline (2020)


Basement workout.

9 PM

Note


Ugh -- just saw on the news that the high wind warning extends through 9pm tomorrow night, with gusts up to 65 mph. :-\

Wednesday Nov 11 #

5 PM

Run / Hike 34:48 [3] 3.01 mi (11:34 / mi) +160ft 11:00 / mi
slept:8.0 shoes: Brooks Adrenaline (2020)


Weekly Runners Roost group run -- up McCaslin to Davidson Mesa, a bit of the mesa trail, and then back the same way. I ran with Carly (six months pregnant), which was a good pace for me. ;-)

Tuesday Nov 10 #

2 PM

Run / Hike 58:51 [3] 5.04 mi (11:41 / mi) +335ft 10:59 / mi
slept:8.0 weight:122.5lbs shoes: Brooks Adrenaline (2020)


Shortly after my alarm went off this morning, someone texted to bail on the 6:30 am group run. Since it was only 24 degrees and I'd had trouble getting to sleep last night, I decided to flake out, too. :-P

BUT! The two of us made a plan to meet up at 2:30 pm to do the workout. Early afternoon is a much more civilized meetup time than 6:30 am...and it was low 40s with sun instead of low 20s with fog.

Ran a bit to warm up; rec center hill loop x 3; ran a bit to cool down.

Monday Nov 9 #

9 AM

Strength / Stretching 27:00 [3]
slept:8.0 weight:122.3lbs


Basement workout (squats, pushups, etc.).

4 PM

Run / Hike 17:15 [3] 1.06 mi (16:16 / mi)
shoes: Saucony Razor (Snow)


Neighborhood walk. It has been snowing for a few hours, but it's warm enough that it's not sticking to the sidewalks.

Sunday Nov 8 #

2 PM

Cycling 2:19:59 [3] 20.8 mi (6:44 / mi) +1212ft 6:23 / mi
slept:8.0 weight:121.6lbs shoes: Safire


I thought we had cold & snowy weather in the forecast, but that never materialized -- it was clear, sunny, and 50s all day (maybe the cold weather is moving in tonight instead of last night?).

Dirty Bismark loop. I felt "off" the whole time; my hands and toes were numb, I felt short of breath, and it was really hard to see the trail (low sun causing lots of long shadows; chilly wind making my eyes water heavily the whole time; and sunglasses fogging up immediately every time I pulled up my mask -- which was often, since the trails were busy).

So I didn't ride the log stairs (balked twice, and then just rode around), and then I wiped out on a totally flat & easy section of the trail near the end of the loop (lost my balance somehow while pulling up my mask...which means this happened right in front of another person). Good grief.

But I'm glad I got out.

6 PM

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An orienteer should buy this Pearl Izumi jacket (I'd buy it myself if my closet wasn't already overstuffed...):



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