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Training Log Archive: kensr

In the 7 days ending Mar 21, 2004:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  X-C Skiing5 5:56:00 35.42(10:03) 57.0(6:15)996.0
  Hiking1 3:00:00 5.0(36:00) 8.05(22:22)540.0
  Weight Training2 20:0067.5
  Total7 9:16:00 40.42 65.051603.5

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Sunday Mar 21, 2004 #

Hiking (Putney Peak, VT) 3:00:00 [3] 5.0 mi (36:00 / mi)

Saturday Mar 20, 2004 #

X-C Skiing (Prospect Mtn, VT) 3:00:00 [3] 30.0 km (6:00 / km)

Skiing with Ruthie, Dan and friends. Morning, I skated and Dan chased me with classic skis; after lunch, he got the skate skis and I used my new classic RCS. Conditions excellent with 14" freshly packed snow. Good interval workouts with some terrific downhill sections. Temps started at 10F this morning and rose to 30's. Wax mostly worked pretty well.
Season total to date 900 km.

Friday Mar 19, 2004 #

X-C Skiing (Classic) 41:00 [2] 5.0 km (8:12 / km)

Poking around field and woods looking for good snow cover. Thin in too many spots for a hard workout. Temp in mid 30's. Tried VR70 and it worked pretty well. Dan home for spring break and tried some skiing, too.

Thursday Mar 18, 2004 #

X-C Skiing (Classic) 42:00 [3] 8.0 km (5:15 / km)

Skied 'til dark -- 6:30 now.

Weight Training (Wall wgts / pullups) 5:00 [4]

Wednesday Mar 17, 2004 #

X-C Skiing (Classic) 1:02:00 [3] 10.0 km (6:12 / km)

Slow at first, then track settled in and got ok. Probably would have been better to set trail for skating, but wanted to try new skis so cut a classic track. Thin in spots. Snowed lightly all day, adding an inch to the 8" we got last night. Very light and fluffy, so packs down a lot.

Tuesday Mar 16, 2004 #

X-C Skiing (Classic) 31:00 [2] 4.0 km (7:45 / km)

Snow storm in progress, 4" new snow so far. Packed and tried new skis. Rather tentative because the snow has not set and a few patches had no cover before the storm.

Monday Mar 15, 2004 #

Weight Training (Squats and arms) 15:00 [3]

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