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Training Log Archive: PG

In the 7 days ending Apr 16:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  biking - red bike7 8:02:13 115.29(4:11) 185.54(2:36) 4954
  orienteering1 1:06:55 3.01(22:15) 4.84(13:49) 389
  Total8 9:09:08 118.29(4:39) 190.38(2:53) 5344
averages - weight:142.8lbs

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Sunday Apr 16 #

10 AM

biking - red bike 1:21:06 intensity: (5:43 @1) + (33:25 @2) + (38:39 @3) + (3:19 @4) 17.19 mi (4:43 / mi) +1283ft 4:24 / mi
ahr:126 max:154 weight:143lbs

With Walter and Dusty from Walter's place in Conway. Chatting the whole time so should have felt easy, but the hills are still hills and I haven't ridden many of them this year (not that I could ever get up them very well). But good company and a very pleasant ride.

Saturday Apr 15 #

11 AM

biking - red bike 42:24 intensity: (45 @1) + (31:38 @2) + (10:01 @3) 11.13 mi (3:49 / mi) +70ft 3:47 / mi
ahr:127 max:145 weight:142.5lbs

Mid 60s, S 10-15 mph. Sure was faster when I turned the corner and started heading back north.

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I notice on yesterday's route that there is a feature I hadn't noticed before giving an option to show your splits on the climbs -- in the upper left, the drop down box that used to give you the choice of various distance from every .25 km to every 10 miles, now gives options for splits based on the hills. Very nice!

Friday Apr 14 #

1 PM

biking - red bike 2:15:16 intensity: (1:15 @1) + (1:22:14 @2) + (51:47 @3) 29.94 mi (4:31 / mi) +2092ft 4:14 / mi
ahr:127 max:148

Up into the hills -- Conway, Bardwell Ferry bridge, back via Upper Road. Thought I did a good job of pacing myself, but still pretty wasted by the end.

Lovely day though, and still good to be out, and going a few places I hadn't been for a while. Glad I had my lowest gear.

Thursday Apr 13 #

4 PM

biking - red bike 59:54 intensity: (55 @1) + (18:53 @2) + (37:17 @3) + (2:49 @4) 15.32 mi (3:55 / mi) +678ft 3:45 / mi
ahr:135 max:156 weight:143lbs

Leverett loop, counter-clockwise. Upper 50s, NW 10-15 mph. Worked harder than I intended/expected, perhaps because I was a little chilly at the outset. At least a somewhat satisfying outing.

Wednesday Apr 12 #

5 PM

biking - red bike 54:04 intensity: (1:07 @1) + (42:48 @2) + (10:09 @3) 13.56 mi (3:59 / mi) +388ft 3:53 / mi
ahr:123 max:148 weight:142lbs

Low 60s, NW 5-10 mph. Legs were really tired yesterday evening and this morning, but by the time the rain cleared out and things dried up it was not so bad. Maybe helps to have really low expectations. The easy pace meant the legs actually felt fine.

Got a new helmet, some bright shade of orange, stunning of course. Never got to test the structural integrity of the last one, and I hope the same is true for this one.

Tuesday Apr 11 #

2 PM

biking - red bike 1:07:14 intensity: (1:07 @1) + (26:39 @2) + (39:18 @3) + (10 @4) 17.01 mi (3:57 / mi) +370ft 3:52 / mi
ahr:130 max:152 weight:143lbs

Getting to be downright hot, mid-80s, SE 10-15 mph. Not much zip, expect the warm temps had something to do with that.

5 PM

orienteering 1:06:55 intensity: (5:55 @1) + (52:11 @2) + (8:49 @3) 3.01 mi (22:15 / mi) +389ft 19:49 / mi
ahr:118 max:139

The first of Phil's training series, at Earl's Trails. 4.4 km orange course. Feeling old and frail. But nice dinner together afterwards.

Just wanted to see if trying to do the Billygoat makes any sense. Not a clear answer.

Monday Apr 10 #

4 PM

biking - red bike 42:15 intensity: (47 @1) + (33:14 @2) + (8:14 @3) 11.14 mi (3:48 / mi) +73ft 3:46 / mi
ahr:126 max:139 weight:143lbs

Upper 70s, S 15-20 mph. Took only about a minute out in the (head)wind to change from my planned route to one that minimizes the headwinds and maximizes the tailwinds, and what's not to like about that. A much better choice than getting pissed. And even took the last mile easy, which I should do all the time but almost never do.

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