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Training Log Archive: iansmith

In the 7 days ending Apr 7:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Erg2 1:06:45 9.94(6:43) 16.0(4:10)
  Running1 10:00 1.24(8:03) 2.0(5:00)
  Strength training2 10:00
  Total2 1:26:45 11.18 18.0

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Friday Apr 5 #

9 PM

Erg 33:00 [3] 8.0 km (4:08 / km)

After the dress rehearsal for the Hart House chorus concert this coming Sunday, I stopped by the Hart House gym for a quick session. I decided to add a little variety, so I made up a little circuit of erg, strength, and track.

The original plan was 2x {4k erg, 1 strength set, 1 km run}, but I dropped the second strength set. First 4k was in 16:03, second in 17:00.

Strength training 5:00 [3]

20 tuckups, 20 oblique crunches, 2x15 kettlebell clean and press (12 kg), 20 box jumps, 60s plank, 3 pullups.

Running 10:00 [1] 2.0 km (5:00 / km)

On the Hart indoor track.

Thursday Apr 4 #

Note

PSA that pennies are worse than useless:


Fortunately, I now live in a civilized country that doesn't use pennies.

Wednesday Apr 3 #

Note

Let the record show that BigWillyStyle and I have a bet for the month of April:

Our bet is who can run, elliptical, erg, and foot-O more distance between April 1-30 inclusive. Loser buys winner a burrito equivalent + guac.

Let the record also show that I have never lost a bet to Will, which has netted two occasions of Will wearing a CSU jersey at a national competition and a free burrito for me.

Monday Apr 1 #

9 PM

Erg 33:45 intensity: (23:45 @1) + (10:00 @3) 8.0 km (4:13 / km)

After our penultimate Hart House chorus rehearsal of the season, seeing as I was already at Hart House, I stopped by the gym. I rowed 8 km - 5x (500m easy, 500m hard), and then 3 km easy. My pace for the easy bouts was 2:10-2:15/500, and for the hard was 1:45-1:50.

Strength training 5:00 [3]

25x box jumps, 25x tuckups, 25x oblique crunches. I wanted to do more, but these are basically the same as erging, and the muscles were tired.

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