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Training Log Archive: BP

In the 7 days ending May 15:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hiking3 12:15:00 23.49(31:18) 37.8(19:27) 941
  Walking1 30:00 1.55(19:19) 2.5(12:00) 55
  Strength1 30:00
  Spin1 15:00 4.85(3:06) 7.8(1:55)
  Total5 13:30:00 29.89 48.1 996

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Saturday May 15 #

Walking 30:00 [1] 2.5 km (12:00 / km) +55m 10:49 / km

Quick jaunt tin the woods

Friday May 14 #

Spin warm up/down (P tread) 15:00 [1] 7.8 km (1:55 / km)
ahr:108

Easy spin up: 104/116/80/41

Strength 30:00 [1]

WWO1

3 rounds:
Db Thrusters 15x 2x12#
Bird dogs on the dynex pad (20 total)
Bosu tricep pushups (10-15x)
Jumping Lunges (6-8 each leg)
Negative / eccentric pull ups 4x

2 Rounds:
DB Hammer curls 15x 2x12#
DB tricep Kickbacks 5/5/5 (knuckles up, palms up, neutral grip) 2x12#
DB Front to Side raise 10x or failure 2x5#
Banded Glute Bridges 15x, then 15 pulses at the top

Thursday May 13 #

Note
(rest day)

Back to work.

Wednesday May 12 #

Hiking 4:05:00 [2] 15.4 km (15:55 / km) +327m 14:23 / km

Day 3 with waterfalls and views of Split Rock Lighthouse and along the Gitchi-Gami trail to Gooseberry falls SP and the car. Rewarded the effort with ice cream at the Big Dipper in Beaver Bay.
Fun trip with great company. Thanks Ian!

Tuesday May 11 #

Hiking 5:00:00 [2] 13.3 km (22:33 / km) +273m 20:27 / km

Day 2 SHT, along Xmas tree ridge, old logging railroad grade and then up Split Rock River, with water crossing as bridge was out. Another fine day and scenery reminiscent of CO. River valley with lots of bluffs. Camp at SW Split Rock, just above the water and a nice water chute.

Monday May 10 #

Hiking (SHT) 3:10:00 [2] 9.1 km (20:53 / km) +341m 17:35 / km

Hiking the SHT with Ian H. Day 1, starting at Beaver Bay after Ian gallantly dropped the car off at Gooseberry Falls SP and cycled 15 miles north to start.
First night camp at Beaver pond after a pretty arduous uphill hike up the ridge beside Fault Line valley. Great weather.

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