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Training Log Archive: jfredrickson

In the 1 days ending Mar 7, 2006:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Treadmill1 1:10:00 8.75(8:00) 14.08(4:58)
  Cross-Training1 45:00 12.4(3:38) 19.96(2:15)
  Total1 1:55:00 21.15(5:26) 34.04(3:23)

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Tuesday Mar 7, 2006 #

Cross-Training (Sitting Bike) 5:00 [1] 1.4 mi (3:34 / mi)

Spun one of those sitting bikes (the ones where your feet are out in front of you) for 5 minutes while waiting for a treadmill to open up.

Treadmill long 1:10:00 [2] 8.75 mi (8:00 / mi)
ahr:156 max:163 shoes: Asics GT-2100 (2006)

Long run on the treadmill. I finally got smart and restarted the treadmill at 30 minutes so that if a line built up at any time I wouldn't get kicked off. This allowed me to avoid a couple buildups while I was running, and even when I approached the end of my second 30 minute session, there was no line so I continued for another 10 minutes.

My legs felt really good.

Cross-Training (Standing Bike) 40:00 [1] 11.0 mi (3:38 / mi)
ahr:125

Spun the nice standing bike for 40 minutes while reading Turing's original article "Computing Machinery and Intelligence". It wasn't quite as interesting as I had hoped it would be since most of his argument was focused on machines of the '50s, but he definitely created some solid argument for what is theoretically possible for machines in the future. It's interesting that he predicted that machines should have been able to pass his now famous "Turing Test" by the end of last century, but it still seems a ways off. There is definitely tons of research being done in AI, but I am not sure how much of it is really on the track to making machines literally intelligent.

Anyway, it kept me busy and my legs felt really good.

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