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Training Log Archive: Tom O

In the 7 days ending Jan 30:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Map Reading3 12:30:00
  Cycling4 3:53:12 57.23 92.1 1031
  Weights1 45:00
  Sit-ups1 6:00
  Total8 17:14:12 57.23 92.1 1031

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Saturday Jan 30 #

Map Reading 6:00:00 [1]

Fair Hill NRMA, MD - Mason-Dixon map updates. Only a brief break for a granola bar. Tedious stuff today.

Friday Jan 29 #

Weights 45:00 [3]

Sit-ups 6:00 [2]


Thursday Jan 28 #

Cycling 15:00 [2] 3.75 mi (4:00 / mi)

9 AM

Cycling 1:43:08 [3] 27.51 mi (3:45 / mi) +496m 3:33 / mi

Black Snake- I love this course. One of the perks of the Tacx subscription is that you can upload your own local rides and re-ride them on the trainer. When I first tried uploading the Garmin .gpx file, Tacx complained that the elevation data was not properly formatted. But I found freeware online that quickly converts the file to make it useable. Of course there is no movie like on the stock Tacx rides but the program shows a progressing satellite view of the course that always keeps you centered and provides sufficient visual interest to keep me from getting bored. Ah, the wonders of technology!

music: Bob Seger "Greatest Hits" some really good riding tunes!

Wednesday Jan 27 #

Map Reading 3:30:00 [1]

Fair Hill NRMA - More Mason-Dixon map updates. Will continue with this as I am really enjoying the time in the woods but I also need to get started on my Iron Hill Middle Distance courses.

Tuesday Jan 26 #

Cycling 15:00 [2]

10 AM

Cycling 1:40:04 [3] 25.97 mi (3:51 / mi) +534m 3:37 / mi

Catalonia, Girona - Banyoles tour Stage 2

music: Live "Throwing Copper"

Sunday Jan 24 #

Map Reading 3:00:00 [1]

Fair Hill NRMA - Mason-Dixon map. Wanted to check the accuracy of the rootstocks/dot knolls so set out in a section near the creek. It became apparent a lot of updates are needed so I spent several hours on it. To make these updates on the whole map will take quite a bit of time. Not sure how far I will get on it.

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