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Training Log Archive: fraurice

In the 7 days ending Nov 14:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Weight Training3 2:52:26
  Running2 1:25:27 7.5(11:24) 12.07(7:05)
  Cardio2 1:11:23
  Cycling1 43:57 8.63(5:06) 13.89(3:10)
  Yoga1 14:23
  Total9 6:27:36 16.13 25.96

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Friday Nov 13 #

6 AM

Weight Training (AAA) 54:03 [2]
ahr:115 max:139

4 PM

Cardio (Kayak trainer) 30:05 [2]
ahr:115 max:128

Shoulders hurt a little. Not sure if it was because I haven't used the trainer in awhile or because of the morning workout.

Thursday Nov 12 #

6 AM

Cardio (Cardio Core) 41:18 [4]
ahr:142 max:165

Wasn't feeling great, but I got through it. Felt better afterward.

Wednesday Nov 11 #

2 PM

Cycling 43:57 [4] 8.63 mi (5:06 / mi)
ahr:145 max:174

Went to work early and came home early, but I didn't have as much time as I thought I did before I had to pick up the kids from school. Tried to really book it to get home in time. A little cold and a little windy, but not too bad and not crowded.

Tuesday Nov 10 #

7 AM

Weight Training (Booty) 56:22 [2]
ahr:121 max:158

8 AM

Yoga 14:23 [1]
ahr:105 max:129

Was starting a 45 minute yoga session when I realized the kids needed to get up for school. They really slept in this morning! Got a good cooldown in from the booty session anyway.
4 PM

Running 41:19 [5] 3.82 mi (10:49 / mi)
ahr:165 max:186

Ran on the track at the ARC. Didn't feel like I was pushing it at all. Just felt like a nice pace that I could sustain for longer than 4 miles if needed. Not sure why the intensity is so high. I bet my watch doesn't keep track of heart rate correctly. It either doesn't track or it tracks too high. Interesting that the 2 times I walked didn't lower my heart rate much.

Monday Nov 9 #

6 AM

Weight Training (Total Body Core) 1:02:01 [3]
ahr:116 max:152

Heart rate monitor didn't work for 3/4th of the workout
6 PM

Running 44:08 [4] 3.68 mi (12:00 / mi)
ahr:145 max:164

Ran at the ARC. Had just eaten so I took some walk breaks to prevent cramping.

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