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Training Log Archive: AliC

In the 7 days ending Jan 27:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Stroller jog/run2 1:31:11 9.6(9:30) 15.45(5:54) 130
  XC skiing1 45:00
  Strength1 45:00
  Ski-O1 15:00
  Total4 3:16:11 9.6 15.45 130

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Saturday Jan 27 #

Ski-O 15:00 [1]

Ski-o at Teacup Lake! Sylvia and I didn't compete (no easy way to wear a baby on your front plus a ski-o holder), but we did set out 4 controls.

XC skiing 45:00 [2]

Then went out and skied the big green loop with Sylvia. Is definitely more work skiing with her. But totally fun. She was asleep from the end of control setting out.

Thursday Jan 25 #

11 AM

Stroller jog/run 45:08 [2] 4.81 mi (9:23 / mi) +61m 9:02 / mi

Yay! Made it to a lunchrun! Ran with the Bob over to the meet-up spot by the Reed gym and then ran with Ueli, Todd and Sebastian who kindly agreed to do a loop that basically went by our house, so I could peel off there.

Ueli also took the stroller for a few miles including the big uphill back home, so that was nice to get some sans-stroller jogging in.

Tuesday Jan 23 #

8 AM

Stroller jog/run 46:03 [2] 4.79 mi (9:37 / mi) +69m 9:12 / mi

Morning joggeroo with the babe. Out toward Sellwood on the Springwater trail.

And Sylvia started scooting backwards. Eep! That means she doesn't necessarily stay where we put her. But motion is still slow at least...

Monday Jan 22 #

Strength 45:00 [1]

Big day. 1st day of classes, so first real-real being back to work post baby. And my very first time lecturing in the huge lecture hall to 120 intro physics students. Holy moly.

Reports are that I was loud enough and mostly wrote clearly enough so we'll take that as a win for Day 1. Board organization could have been better, but I had to write much bigger than usual for the big hall, so didn't have the plan quite right going in.

Reward was getting to go to Pilates sans-baby afterwards. There is still a whole lot of strength to get back, but it feels like now it's actually probably productive to do the exercises!

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