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Training Log Archive: glewis

In the 7 days ending Nov 7:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Run3 4:24:04 26.02(10:09) 41.88(6:18)
  Mountain Bike2 2:43:23 22.55(7:15) 36.29(4:30)
  Bike-Trainer1 53:00
  Kayak Erg1 30:00
  Total7 8:30:27 48.57 78.17

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Saturday Nov 7 #

11 AM

Mountain Bike 1:58:13 [4] 18.73 mi (6:19 / mi)

Ride at Marsh Creek - first time in a while. Felt rather good, but I wasn't sure how it compared to my days when I rode the MTB 4+ times each week. Strava seems to think that it was a success. Warm for November, and the park was packed as a consequence. I caught my pedal on a root and went over the handlebars about an hour in - first time in ages. Nice throwback to a few years ago.

Friday Nov 6 #

4 PM

Mountain Bike 45:10 [1] 3.82 mi (11:49 / mi)

Fun little ride with Noah from the trestle bridge.

Thursday Nov 5 #

3 PM

Run (Trail run) 48:08 [3] 6.01 mi (8:01 / mi)
shoes: Topo Terraventure 2 (Yellow -

Nice run at Stroud. Legs felt like I expected them to, so not as quick as I'd hoped. Still, a decent pace throughout.

Wednesday Nov 4 #

8 PM

Bike-Trainer 53:00 [3]

Nothing special spin at home. Legs felt rather good considering yesterday's effort.

Tuesday Nov 3 #

9 AM

Run (Trail run) 2:46:56 [3] 15.01 mi (11:07 / mi)
shoes: Topo Terraventure 2 (Yellow -

Long effort at Ridley Creek. Too much sugar over the last week, and the first 4-5 miles felt it. By the time I settled in, I was on the cusp of getting junky legs. Nowhere close to the pace that I was hoping, but the weather was delightful and I really enjoyed myself. More technical than I was expecting too, amplified by the leaves that covered all of the rocks and roots.

Monday Nov 2 #

8 PM

Kayak Erg 30:00 [3]

Paddling is fun, right?

Sunday Nov 1 #

10 AM

Run (Trail run) 49:00 [3] 5.0 mi (9:48 / mi)
shoes: Topo Terraventure 2 (Yellow -

Run at Harmony Hill and Paradise Farms. Nice weather turned to spitting rain after the first mile.

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