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Training Log Archive: Stijn

In the 7 days ending Feb 11:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Mountain Biking4 19:09:24 218.66(11.4/h) 351.9(18.4/h) 4389
  Climbing2 1:50:00 165
  Walking1 1:02:04 2.98(20:49) 4.8(12:56) 61
  Paddling1 38:00 4.04(6.4/h) 6.5(10.3/h)
  Orienteering1 25:51 2.8(9:15) 4.5(5:45) 8113 /17c76%
  Total9 23:05:19 228.48 367.7 469613 /17c76%

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Sunday Feb 11 #

9 AM

Orienteering race 25:51 [3] *** 4.5 km (5:45 / km) +81m 5:16 / km
ahr:159 max:185 spiked:13/17c (sick) shoes: Asics Gel Fuji Trabuco 6

Orienteering at Wits. Wasn't going to take part due to my cold, but felt OKish this morning so decided to just keep the effort easy. Probably wouldn't have gone a whole lot faster at full pace in this technical area anyway as I would have made more mistakes at pace. Nice course :)

TE 3.3
4 PM

Walking 1:02:04 [1] 4.8 km (12:56 / km) +61m 12:09 / km
shoes: Asics Gel Fuji Trabuco 6

Saturday Feb 10 #

11 AM

Climbing 50:00 [4] +75m

Solo session at CityRock. Got owned by the auto-belays.


Friday Feb 9 #

6 AM

Mountain Biking 4:50:49 [2] 90.4 km (18.7 kph) +993m
(sick) shoes: Merida Big Nine TFS 500

Free State bike tour day 4 - Clarens back to Paul Roux. My head cold got quite bad the evening before and I started wondering whether it was wise to ride. Woke up early and felt OK-ish, so just thought I'd give it a go, keep the gears nice and low and cruise through. Ended up being a great day! Some really cool unexpected sandstone rock formations in the Slabberts area and mostly good quality gravel all day :)

Thursday Feb 8 #

6 AM

Mountain Biking 4:58:56 [3] 91.7 km (18.4 kph) +1341m
(sick) shoes: Merida Big Nine TFS 500

Free State bike tour day 3 - left the panniers behind and did a big loop through Golden Gate and back via gravel roads on the Northern side. Mostly overcast again, so perfect riding conditions :) Nice to see all the usual peaks from many different angles. Not sure if my shocks are too stiff but I took a beating on the long rocky sections of gravel... body pretty sore by the end. Plenty hills too!

Wednesday Feb 7 #

7 AM

Mountain Biking 4:53:30 [3] 87.1 km (17.8 kph) +1116m
(sick) shoes: Merida Big Nine TFS 500

Free State bike tour day 2 - Ficksburg to Clarens. Mostly tar today, with just 20km on gravel, which was pretty muddy in the rain. Really scenic area and traffic pretty quiet. Now beer & cricket!

Tuesday Feb 6 #

9 AM

Mountain Biking 4:26:09 [3] 82.7 km (18.6 kph) +939m
(sick) shoes: Merida Big Nine TFS 500

Day 1 of my Free State bike tour - Paul Roux to Ficksburg via Rosendsal and Moolmanshoek. Hot day, mostly district gravel roads. Luckily a bit of a breeze on the downhill parts of the many undulations. I've missed this :)

Monday Feb 5 #

11 AM

Paddling 38:00 [3] 6.5 km (10.3 kph)

Paddle with Kev on Emmies in a Dabs Yetti K2 (thanks Rob!). Wobbly to start, but we didn't fall in :) 6 laps. Hip flexors more sore than anything else - think I was clenching my legs the whole time for balance...

Keeping the log colourful ;)
3 PM

Climbing 1:00:00 [4] +90m

At CityRock with Fred. 2 falls on the 24 (it'll go) and a couple of attempts on the 21 dyno.


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