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Training Log Archive: cbruski

In the 7 days ending Jan 25:

activity # timemileskm+m
  XC skiing2 2:13:05 11.66(11:25) 18.76(7:06)
  XBX Fit 450 Program1 50:00
  Running1 41:34 3.9(10:39) 6.28(6:37)
  Total4 3:44:39 15.56 25.04

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Friday Jan 24 #

5 PM

Running 41:34 [3] 6.28 km (6:37 / km)
ahr:75 max:84 shoes: ASICS Gel Kayano 26

Neighbourhood loops on wet, bare roads. Boring, but necessary. Kinda tired and my chest felt tight. My knee and hip joints were very sore, so I really had to take it easy. WTF? I have no idea what that was all about. Maybe they were barometers for the oncoming low pressure storm moving towards Ottawa??
Ran a few strides with a cute little bunny on Hindley!!

Thursday Jan 23 #

4 PM

XBX Fit 450 Program 50:00 [3]
ahr:89 max:112

The usual thorough session. Hazel kept bringing me her chicken and hedgehog while I was doing mat work! I consider throwing them for her part of the workout!!

Tuesday Jan 21 #

11 AM

XC skiing (Skate) 58:11 [3] 9.35 km (6:13 / km)
ahr:84 max:125 shoes: Solomon RS Vitane

Nice skate ski on the SJAM from RR parking lot out to Lemieux, back to go around the Remic loop, out to Kitch Woods, where I did one loop, then reversed and did another loop in the opposite direction, then back to RR parking lot. Really nice, freshly groomed track in the RR loop; I was the second person to skate in the virgin track! Lots of divets in the rest of the trails from walkers/runners and some downright deepish grooves in some spots from fat-bikers revving it up the hills. Overall, a very pleasant outing by myself. Took about 3km for me to warm up and get into a relaxed rhythm. Perfect temp (-10C) with a mild wind. All good :)

Sunday Jan 19 #

12 PM

XC skiing (Classic) 1:14:54 [3] 9.41 km (7:58 / km)
ahr:122 max:160 shoes: Solomon Vitane Combi Pilot

Classic ski from P5. Headed south, took #15 to Notch Rd, turned back and continued south. (Saw Bill Meldrum on #15!) Went west at Champlain Pkwy and ventured for a bit up #7, then just dogged it back to P5. Worked the big hill with a skating woman who was practising ski marathon one-ski skate from the track. Cold wind on the way back, but a beautiful sunny day for me, Francis, and Andrew :) Saw a thick-coated, bushy-tailed deer bounding along in the woods next to us as we descended the last hill into P5.
We did an early morning massive snow shovelling around the prop to take care of 30 cm of new powder snow, so waxing the skis was a needed interval of rest before heading out. NCC recommended polar wax for today; I did fine with green - Hazel colour!
Timmie’s lunch to celebrate!

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