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Training Log Archive: Tim F

In the 7 days ending Aug 11:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Adventure1 8:47:00 38.53(13:41) 62.0(8:30) 1700
  Tramping2 1:45:39 5.55(19:02) 8.94(11:49) 345
  Running1 1:08:38 7.37(9:19) 11.87(5:47) 464
  Cycling4 1:06:26 13.26(5:01) 21.34(3:07) 43
  Mountain Biking1 41:43 7.21(5:47) 11.6(3:36) 320
  Total9 13:29:26 71.92(11:15) 115.75(7:00) 2871
averages - sleep:3.5 weight:78.8kg

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Saturday Aug 10 #

2 AM

Adventure race 8:47:00 [4] 62.0 km (8:30 / km) +1700m 7:29 / km
slept:3.5 weight:79kg (sick)

Whangamata AR. Enjoyed the race. Everything went fairly smoothly, which was quite surprising given I had a MOH notifiable disease and how tired I felt leading into it. Ikon tires were a terrible choice. Could hardly move the wheels during the latter part of the bike stage. Good thing there was not much biking.

Looks like Tiki Tour saved a bit of time by ditching their kayaks at the crossing point, rather than the TA (CP91). Still a bit pissed about this as it looked like a breach of the rules. Splits indicate they saved 5:36... we lost the race by 4:47.... :-(. Hopefully I will get over it soon.

Friday Aug 9 #

7 AM

Cycling 15:06 [3] 5.45 km (2:46 / km) +7m 2:45 / km
ahr:123 max:168

Thursday Aug 8 #

6 PM

Tramping 38:15 [3] 3.29 km (11:38 / km) +104m 10:03 / km
ahr:108 max:129

Wednesday Aug 7 #

8 AM

Cycling 14:08 [3] 5.18 km (2:44 / km) +9m 2:42 / km
ahr:129 max:157

6 PM

Mountain Biking 41:43 [3] 11.6 km (3:36 / km) +320m 3:10 / km
ahr:142 max:183

Tuesday Aug 6 #

8 AM

Cycling 20:40 [3] 5.35 km (3:52 / km) +11m 3:49 / km
ahr:113 max:149

4 PM

Cycling 16:32 [3] 5.37 km (3:05 / km) +15m 3:02 / km
ahr:113 max:130

6 PM

Tramping 1:07:24 [3] 5.65 km (11:56 / km) +241m 9:50 / km
ahr:107 max:147

Monday Aug 5 #

5 AM

Running 1:08:38 [4] 11.87 km (5:47 / km) +464m 4:50 / km
ahr:166 max:203 weight:78.7kg

Morning run with the lads. Body is at approximately 65%. Felt fatigued on the descent.

Body fat appears to have fallen off the face of the earth. Will see if it bounces back this week.

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