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Training Log Archive: Ben Reynolds

In the 7 days ending Jul 4, 2009:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Road Cycle4 7:00:25
  Mountain Bike1 1:19:54
  Total5 8:20:19

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Saturday Jul 4, 2009 #

Road Cycle race (Team Time trial NI) 24:00 [4]
shoes: Specilized Road

rode senior b for north island team time trial. dropped clark on the way out just before the 8km turn around point. i didnt pull big turns on the way out because we had a head wind and saving a bit for the way back. after trun around i did most of the work, legs felt real good and other guys even had to yell ease at me which was very impressive i thought because the other guys are way stronger than me.

Thursday Jul 2, 2009 #

Road Cycle intervals (taupaki) 57:50 [4]
ahr:192 max:164 shoes: Specilized Road

intaval session on my bike, did over speeds down hills and few sprints. feeling good for north islands

Wednesday Jul 1, 2009 #

Road Cycle (School training) 1:40:00 [3]
shoes: Specilized Road

rode to bayswater with school team, was a pretty easy ride and on the TT practice i dropped everyone i was meant to be riding with so just sat up a little bit..

Road Cycle (Windtraining) 1:30:00 [3]
ahr:145 max:168 shoes: Specilized Road

took it pretty easy in the windtraining session, starting to save a bit of energy for the weekend and taper. windtraining was real boring and took ages! legs felt ok

Tuesday Jun 30, 2009 #

Mountain Bike (Riverhead) 1:19:54 [3]
ahr:155 max:182 shoes: Specilized MTB

mountain bike in riverhead doing two power sprints and two times 30secs on. legs felt good and i had a pretty mean ride. not much else to say really

Sunday Jun 28, 2009 #

Road Cycle (South Head) 2:28:35 [2]
ahr:140 max:175 shoes: Specilized Road

rode up south head to shelley beach then home. took it easy the whole way.. pretty bad ride because it was raining and i seemed to have a head wind on the way out and on the way back. legs ok, still a little sore from cross country.

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