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Training Log Archive: PG

In the 7 days ending May 7:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  biking - red bike3 3:17:04 50.17(3:56) 80.74(2:26) 1598
  mountain biking3 2:34:46 17.2(9:00) 27.69(5:35) 2100
  Total6 5:51:50 67.38(5:13) 108.43(3:15) 3698
averages - weight:141.4lbs

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Sunday May 7 #

12 PM

mountain biking 59:33 intensity: (3:28 @1) + (36:05 @2) + (20:00 @3) 4.72 mi (12:37 / mi) +493ft 11:29 / mi
ahr:124 max:150 weight:141lbs

Trails north of Eaglebrook, mostly single-track, not particularly hilly. The one I started out on was about right for me, but then they got a little harder, so I was off the bike a number of times, only a couple of times unplanned. Enjoyed it nevertheless. Very slow pace because this stuff is difficult (for me).

Saturday May 6 #

3 PM

mountain biking 47:33 intensity: (1:05 @1) + (15:49 @2) + (27:01 @3) + (3:38 @4) 6.27 mi (7:35 / mi) +793ft 6:46 / mi
ahr:133 max:154 weight:141lbs

Rain moved out and it was a nice sunny afternoon but very windy, so opted for the mountain bike. Up N Mt., down S. Mt. Wet and muddy by the time I was done, mighty fine.

Thursday May 4 #

2 PM

biking - red bike 1:05:21 intensity: (55 @1) + (40:59 @2) + (21:05 @3) + (2:13 @4) + (9 @5) 15.71 mi (4:10 / mi) +671ft 4:00 / mi
ahr:127 max:161 weight:141.5lbs

Nice afternoon, upper 60s, S 5-10. Thought it was time for a (short) hill climb, and with my recent decision that riding on dirt roads is fine, I opted for the road past Eaglebrook School up Pocumtuck Ridge. Made it up (7:08) a little quicker than expected. Quite wasted at the top of course, but the rest of the ride was at an easy pace except when I was into the wind, and then it never seems easy.

Wednesday May 3 #

3 PM

mountain biking 47:40 intensity: (41 @1) + (19:39 @2) + (24:49 @3) + (2:31 @4) 6.21 mi (7:40 / mi) +814ft 6:50 / mi
ahr:133 max:158 weight:141.5lbs

Very windy, so I decided to go on the mountain bike, up South Mountain, then across and back North Mountain. I had an option to do a longer ride, but when I got to the top of S Mt and my legs were tired and it was almost all downhill back home the short, the decision got made rather quickly.

Still a lot of water on N MT, so a bunch more mud on both me and the bike.

Tuesday May 2 #

3 PM

biking - red bike 50:58 intensity: (51 @1) + (13:36 @2) + (33:44 @3) + (2:47 @4) 13.55 mi (3:46 / mi) +382ft 3:40 / mi
ahr:133 max:160 weight:141.5lbs

To Whately and South Deerfield, upper 60s, W 5-10 mph. Nice afternoon.

Saw this guy this morning --



Monday May 1 #

2 PM

biking - red bike 1:20:45 intensity: (51 @1) + (29:11 @2) + (49:31 @3) + (1:12 @4) 20.91 mi (3:52 / mi) +545ft 3:46 / mi
ahr:131 max:159 weight:142lbs

Mid 50s, overcast, SE 5. What would be called junk mileage in running. I would guess there's the same concept in biking. But, as is almost always the case, feel better for having gotten out and done something.

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