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Training Log Archive: STORM

In the 30 days ending Jun 30, 2014:

activity # timemileskm+m
  course scouting3 15:00:00
  running9 11:30:00
  run/bike1 6:00:00
  Total13 32:30:00

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Monday Jun 30, 2014 #

course scouting (elapsed/approx) 5:00:00 [2]

More fun course checking with Browner.

Sunday Jun 29, 2014 #

course scouting (Elapsed/approx) 8:00:00 [2]

RockstAR course checks at Bark Lake with Browner. Took things easy but giving it intensity 2 due to extreme heat under bug jackets.

Thursday Jun 26, 2014 #

course scouting 2:00:00 [2]

STS course checks at Kelso

Wednesday Jun 25, 2014 #

running 1:30:00 [3]

18km road run. If only I could run in warm rain showers everyday...

Tuesday Jun 24, 2014 #

running 55:00 [3]

Easy road run

Sunday Jun 22, 2014 #

running 3:00:00 [3]

Run along the Bruce from Clappison's Corners.

Saturday Jun 21, 2014 #

run/bike 6:00:00 [3]

Great trekking/biking session with Gally and Bent in the Queen Elizabeth buglands east of Washago. Wow the bugs are bad this year!

Thursday Jun 19, 2014 #

running 1:30:00 [3]

18km road run

Wednesday Jun 18, 2014 #

running 55:00 [3]

Easy road run - had to tear myself away from the UNE tracking site!

Tuesday Jun 17, 2014 #

running 55:00 [3]

Easy road run.

Tuesday Jun 10, 2014 #

running 55:00 [3]

Easy road run

Monday Jun 9, 2014 #

running 55:00 [3]

Easy road run

Thursday Jun 5, 2014 #

running 55:00 [3]

Easy road run. Feeling very noticeably 'off' as I had only logged a measly two runs throughout the entire month of May. Immediate first thoughts through my head as I headed out were "why am I already breathing so heavy?" following by "how can my legs possibly be stiff if I haven't done a damn thing for so long" as well as "is that my ass that's jiggling?!?"

This is the fourth straight year that I've had to abandon all efforts at training for the months of May and most of June in favour of event-work, and it will definitely be the last (making some changes for next year). I'm hoping the fact that I at least bought a fast & light new bike over the off season will keep the Gallys and Bent from selling off my WT spot!

To help with some motivation in getting back into race-shape, I signed up today for the Bear100 (http://www.bear100.com/) I've admittedly been on a bit of a bad run with long races 100km or more over the past year and half, but I still don't have a 100-miler crossed off the list, and a point-to-point route between Utah and Idaho seems like a pretty sweet deal (it's also a UTMB 4-pointer). Anyone up for a Moab trip this Fall?

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