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Training Log Archive: Tom O

In the 7 days ending May 12:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hiking3 3:45:23 10.11(22:18) 16.26(13:52) 359
  Trail Run2 1:26:52 9.81(8:51) 15.79(5:30) 209
  Weights1 45:00
  Sit-ups1 6:00
  Total6 6:03:15 19.92 32.05 568

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Saturday May 12 #

10 AM

Trail Run 58:55 [3] 6.62 mi (8:54 / mi) +139m 8:21 / mi
ahr:142 max:154 shoes: Hoka SpeedGoat 2

Easy run. Still babying the foot a bit.

Thursday May 10 #

6 PM

Trail Run 27:57 [3] 3.19 mi (8:46 / mi) +70m 8:12 / mi
ahr:154 max:169 shoes: Hoka SpeedGoat 2

Quick loop up around the reservoir and back. Thought about doing 2 loops but given that there was some lightning around and the reservoir is one of the highest points aound, decided one loop was enough. Got home just before the rain started. My foot is still a bit sore but didn't seem any worse after the run.

Wednesday May 9 #

Weights 45:00 [3]

Sit-ups 6:00 [2]

400

Sunday May 6 #

7 AM

Hiking 1:42:55 [1] 4.67 mi (22:02 / mi) +111m 20:31 / mi
ahr:90 max:151 shoes: Asolo TPS 520 Boots

After tenting in an all night rain at the campground, I pulled into the Allegheny Front Trailhead parking lot off Rattlesnake Pike at 7:30 am. It was drizzling and foggy with temp around 50 deg as I headed north along the trail for a 4 mile hike to one of the planned overnight stops on the backpacking trip - some tent sites along Rock Run. Had to go a little further than I originally planned to verify things on the crude USGS map I carried but figured things out to my satisfaction and then turned around for the trip back to the car. Buds are just starting to come out on the trees up there.
9 AM

Hiking 1:44:21 [1] 4.78 mi (21:50 / mi) +245m 18:50 / mi
ahr:89 max:144 shoes: Asolo TPS 520 Boots

Return trip to the car.
12 PM

Hiking 18:07 [1] 0.65 mi (27:40 / mi) +3m 27:16 / mi
ahr:81 max:93 shoes: Asolo TPS 520 Boots

And checking out a second campsite. I could drive much closer to this one, so just a short hike out and back in the rain.

Stopped in State College on the way home because I had something I wanted to take care of. It has become so much more commercialized than when I was there. I always thought of it as the quintessential college town. Not so sure anymore.

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