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Training Log Archive: Charlie

In the 7 days ending Jun 15, 2020:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hike5 4:17:53 13.3(19:23) 21.4(12:03) 394
  Kayak2 1:27:41 5.02(17:28) 8.08(10:51) 4
  Gym2 1:01:00
  Running2 37:58 2.51(15:07) 4.04(9:24) 56
  Rowing Machine2 18:17 2.49(7:21) 4.0(4:34)
  Total10 7:42:49 23.32 37.52 454
  [1-5]10 6:49:13
averages - sleep:7.3 weight:165.1lbs

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Monday Jun 15, 2020 #

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slept:7.75 weight:164.8lbs

Nothing I would call training, but a lot of time in the forest. Laurel wrangling in the morning, spread 7 loads of wood chips in the afternoon, and after that helped Zack cut down a couple of compromised trees, stack the tops for later chipping, and buck up the limbs and the useful part of the trunk for firewood.
10 AM

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In between laurel wrangling and wood chips, came in and baked a loaf of bread.

Sunday Jun 14, 2020 #

8 AM

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slept:8.25 weight:166lbs

An hour and 20 minutes weeding in the vegetable garden.
11 AM

Kayak (Pedal kayak) 47:14 intensity: (41:00 @0) + (2:50 @1) + (1:18 @2) + (1:39 @3) + (27 @4) 2.58 mi (18:18 / mi) +3m 18:14 / mi
ahr:78 max:158

Thought we were going to Stanclift Cove, but it was inexplicably closed, after being open yesterday. Although I have a theory. They said it was only going to be open to local residents, which is against CT law. So maybe they got shut down for that.

Anyway, we went to try out Winchester Lake instead. Nice place, not many people there, quite undeveloped. However, a lot of just submerged rocks and snags, and we banged the foot paddles on one and bent them a bit. So if I go back it will be with conventional kayak paddles.
3 PM

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Zack found this guy in the basement and vacuumed him up with a dustbuster.



He was then humanely released, more or less, in the yard.



The verdict according to my friend Jay is that he is a dark fishing spider. Large and a little scary looking but relatively harmless. Or perhaps, given the size, I should say she. Females are twice the size of males in the fishing spider game.
4 PM

Running 18:42 intensity: (1:06 @1) + (5:54 @2) + (10:49 @3) + (53 @4) 1.26 mi (14:50 / mi) +28m 13:53 / mi
ahr:130 max:155 shoes: 2020 White Gel Kayanos

No trouble with the achilles per se, but the outside of the calf is quite inflamed.

Saturday Jun 13, 2020 #

7 AM

Hike 1:15:30 [1] 4.02 mi (18:47 / mi) +107m 17:21 / mi
ahr:100 max:107 slept:8.0 weight:166lbs shoes: 2020 White Gel Kayanos

With Rhonda and Karen. Glen was running. I may try later, but not at his pace.
10 AM

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Bunch of yard work today, grass cutting, power washing the mowers, weeding in the garden.
3 PM

Running 19:16 intensity: (7 @0) + (8 @1) + (4:21 @2) + (10:15 @3) + (4:19 @4) + (6 @5) 1.25 mi (15:25 / mi) +28m 14:24 / mi
ahr:136 max:165

This was a test to see how the achilles is doing. I had first tweaked it toward the end of the Billygoat about a month ago, but then it calmed down after a couple of days. Did it again Monday at Huntington and it was quite a bit sorer. Not ready for o yet, but it was fine at this very slow pace.

Friday Jun 12, 2020 #

7 AM

Gym (Yoga) 21:00 [3]
slept:6.0 weight:165.6lbs

Rowing Machine 8:53 [3] 2.0 km (4:27 / km)
shoes: 2020 Merrell Trail Glove 5

Hike 28:55 intensity: (26:50 @1) + (1:59 @2) + (6 @3) 1.28 mi (22:35 / mi) +29m 21:08 / mi
ahr:103 max:121

Out with Rhonda. A little damp in the woods, but looks like it will be heating up soon.
4 PM

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I had run the brush mower over the trail to the little pond, and also about 3/4 of the way around it. Nice, because things were about 18” high. Anyway, I took Rhonda for a little excursion to show it off, and from the back of the pond I could see the hillside across where Zack and I cut out a lot of laurel in the winter and it looked like it wouldn’t be too hard to get there. A little adventure. Anyway, off we went through the marsh, being careful where I stepped. Rhonda Made a little exclamation from behind and I looked around to see her with one leg in a hole, all the way up to the top. She scrambled out, none the worse for wear, but maybe we won’t walk through there again, or at least not until we forget what happened.

Thursday Jun 11, 2020 #

6 AM

Rowing Machine 9:24 [3] 2.0 km (4:42 / km)
slept:6.75 weight:165.6lbs shoes: 2020 Merrell Trail Glove 5

Wednesday Jun 10, 2020 #

6 AM

Hike 37:56 intensity: (6:49 @1) + (28:47 @2) + (2:20 @3) 1.98 mi (19:11 / mi) +109m 16:23 / mi
ahr:114 max:139

Gym (Yoga) 40:00 [3]
slept:7.5 weight:163.8lbs

Rhonda’s morning class with Karen.
1 PM

Hike 16:45 intensity: (13:40 @1) + (2:25 @2) + (40 @3) 0.68 mi (24:34 / mi) +25m 22:04 / mi
ahr:101 max:121

Tuesday Jun 9, 2020 #

7 AM

Hike 1:38:47 intensity: (4 @0) + (1:12:20 @1) + (19:47 @2) + (4:13 @3) + (2:09 @4) + (14 @5) 5.34 mi (18:30 / mi) +125m 17:15 / mi
ahr:106 max:163 slept:7.0 weight:164.2lbs shoes: 2020 White Gel Kayanos

With Tullio and Elaine at the lake. A little tender after the orienteering yesterday. Iced my calf before going out, which helped.
2 PM

Kayak (Pedal kayak) 40:27 intensity: (12:25 @0) + (25:05 @1) + (1:55 @2) + (1:02 @3) 2.44 mi (16:35 / mi) +1m 16:33 / mi
ahr:89 max:128

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