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Training Log Archive: jcampbell

In the 7 days ending Sep 16, 2017:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling1 4:16:34 65.36(3:56) 105.19(2:26)
  running2 1:18:39 8.76(8:59) 14.1(5:35)
  Stretching2 20:00
  walking1 18:59 1.08(17:35) 1.74(10:55)
  Total3 6:14:12 75.2 121.02
  [1-5]3 5:54:12
averages - sleep:6.3 rhr:59 weight:201.1lbs

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Saturday Sep 16, 2017 #

running 42:03 [2] 4.64 mi (9:04 / mi)
ahr:148 max:163 rhr:67 slept:5.0 weight:202.2lbs shoes: Asics GT-2000 -2017

9.55am: Sunny, 78 degF 65% humid. Tired so this run was a struggle in the humidity. Train tracks blocked so went out via the parkway. Stopped at Lloyd Hall on the way back.

walking 18:59 [2] 1.08 mi (17:35 / mi)

Walked home from Lloyd Hall. Tired.

Stretching 10:00 [0]

Stretching after run.

Wednesday Sep 13, 2017 #

running 36:36 [3] 4.12 mi (8:53 / mi)
ahr:140 max:165 rhr:57 slept:4.55 weight:201.2lbs shoes: Asics GT-2000 -2017

8.55am: Woke up and felt desire to get out for run along the river. 65fegF. Got stuck very briefly on way back for passing train.

Stretching 10:00 [0]

Stretching after run.

Sunday Sep 10, 2017 #

Cycling 4:16:34 [3] 65.36 mi (3:56 / mi)
ahr:133 max:180 rhr:52 slept:9.35 weight:200lbs shoes: Trek Domane SL6 Bike

7.30am: Cycled out west River Dr and out to Aim Academy (10 miles) to the Philadelphia bicycle club Schuiykill River Century ride. I had signed up for the 45 mile loop. Had to concentrate to follow directions as in places there weren't too many riders. Interesting route with some major roads but mainly back roads out to Evansburg State Park for refreshments then back to Aim academy via Merck (West Point) and Ambler. Some amazing and huge houses with a lot of land in places. Perfect sunny day for the ride. Chilly 56 degF first thing but warmed up to 72 degF. Then cycled home fromAim Academy along the trail and back on West River Dr. Tired by the end. Happy with just over a metric century.

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