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Training Log Archive: igoup

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Bike2 5:38:06 72.24 116.26 738
  Row3 3:16:32 9.36 15.07
  XC Sking2 1:18:00 6.66 10.73 7
  Lift1 30:00
  Total6 10:42:38 88.27 142.06 745


Wednesday Oct 21 #

Row 58:00 [3]

Race WU
8 x 1min = 2 [ 4 ( 1min at 31ish / 2 ) / 4min ]

Ok pace around 2min but I should be able to hold this rate and pace for 2 min. Maybe I should say I wish I could hold 2 min. Or I used to be able to hold for 2 min. Oh well.

Bike 1:30:00 [3]

With Scott Norris leaving from SMU. Time for a rest day.

Tuesday Oct 20 #

4 PM

XC Sking 58:00 [3] 10.73 km (5:24 / km) +7m 5:23 / km
ahr:118 max:149

Drills at the FB, ski to Boat Ramp Lot, drills in the BRL, ski up to boardwalk and back. Yup, that's what I did.

Monday Oct 19 #

Row 1:00:00 [3]

Easy. Nice gray and cool morning. Felt decent rowing but got extra sleepy during the day.

Lift (mace) 30:00 [3]

Sunday Oct 18 #

7 AM

Bike 4:08:06 [3] 116.26 km (28.1 kph) +738m
ahr:127 max:160

First long ride on the Bianchi. I'm settling in quite nicely. More precisely, I'm stretching out so that the reach is comfortable. Strong south wind so sometimes a grind and sometimes like nitro. Either way, I felt like I was moving well. Out on Lawson a couple of fast guys zipped by. I was able to stick with the fourth guy and eventually caught him. About the same time their peloton caught us and zipped away.

I was feeling decent until 106.7k when all of a sudden I felt tired and hungry. I had a gel and made it home.

My fingers haven't learned the RD shifting. It's not difficult but about 10% of the time they hit the wrong button.

Experimenting with the app for nav. My phone's battery almost went dead. I hope I can find a way to slow the drain and make it work.

Saturday Oct 17 #

XC Sking 20:00 [3]
shoes: Pursuit Elite

The rskis were in the car so I went up the Trinity Trail until it turned to dirt (about 1km), came back, out and back again. My butt was tired. It was nice to get a different view of the river from up high; I'm usually on it down low.
8 AM

Row 48:00 [3] 8.78 km (5:28 / km)
ahr:136 max:167

Steerhead covid scrimmage at FWRC

Tom Pat
2011 12:42 12:22 ??
2012 12:04 11:55 slight tail or calm
2013 12:41 12:40 warm w/ headwind
2014 12:14 12:12 slight taail
2019 13:34 13:26 slight head
2020 13:51 13:51 strong head

Consistent 26-27 throughout with a good kick a the end. Not fast but it is what it is.

Pat and I beat Pat Hamner and Gabe Lake with the help of age handicapping. The beat us handily scratch, which neither Pat or I were particularly happy about. And that's why I don't feel like talking about it anymore.

Otherwise, nice day.

Row 30:32 [3] 6.29 km (4:51 / km)
ahr:145 max:171

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