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Training Log Archive: Spike

In the 7 days ending Sep 26:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  MTB cycling4 4:30:00270.0
  running3 1:40:00200.0
  Total5 6:10:00470.0

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Saturday Sep 26 #


Something was wrong with me this morning. I felt fine. I walked a little bit to warm up before my run and then started running. But after maybe 10 seconds I stopped. It was like something was wrong between my brain and my legs. So I walked a few minutes and then started running again...and stopped after a few seconds. I don't know what was wrong with me.

I ended up spending about 30+ minutes trying to start running and not be able to.

Friday Sep 25 #

MTB cycling 45:00 [1]

MTB on pavement. Took it easy. My legs felt pretty good.


Thursday Sep 24 #

5 PM

MTB cycling 25:00 [1]

Biking to/from Ulrik's Hill.

running 30:00 [2]

I shuffled up and down half Ulrik's Hill. My legs moved slowly.


Wednesday Sep 23 #

running 25:00 [2]

Shuffled around on West Campus. Felt kind of muggy. Not nearly as nice as it has been the last few days. Not much of this weather left.


Tuesday Sep 22 #

MTB cycling 2:00:00 [1]

MTB on pavement, the levee and the river trails. Fun.

Dinner is left overs from last night...a black bean burger. Yum.


Sunday Sep 20 #

running 45:00 [2]

Went for a job on campus this morning. I wasn't feeling especially energetic. But I also wanted to get some time on my feet. I'll probably go for a bike ride later today.

I listened to a Swedish podcast interview with Marita Skogum. If you can manage the language, the interview is interesting.


MTB cycling 1:20:00 [1]

MTB on bike paths over to the arboretum and then a few loops on the mowed grass trails. Fun.

I washed my bike when I got home. I heard a faint hissing sound as I was finishing up. I had a largish thorn in the rear tire and the air was slowly leaking out. I guess that's what I get for riding on the mowed paths. I didn't fix the tire. I'll do that tomorrow or whenever.


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