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Training Log Archive: PG

In the 7 days ending Apr 15:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  biking - dark blue bike5 9:01:24 128.48(4:13) 206.77(2:37) 4483
  Total5 9:01:24 128.48(4:13) 206.77(2:37) 4483
averages - weight:139.8lbs

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Saturday Apr 14 #

11 AM

biking - dark blue bike 2:37:56 intensity: (5:17 @1) + (1:23:06 @2) + (1:09:26 @3) + (7 @4) 34.68 mi (4:33 / mi) +2311ft 4:17 / mi
ahr:126 max:151 weight:139.5lbs

55, N 15-20 mph, sun and clouds. Definitely aware of the wind, though I think my route got me a little more with it than against it.

The weather is supposed to be unfriendly the next couple of days, so I figured a longer ride was called for. Legs were not too spry, as expected, but eventually I was done.

Friday Apr 13 #

Note

I hear them often, see them often enough, but rarely does a Kingfisher pose as nicely as this lady.



3 PM

biking - dark blue bike 1:29:05 intensity: (1:31 @1) + (1:22:14 @2) + (5:20 @3) 21.38 mi (4:10 / mi) +430ft 4:05 / mi
ahr:116 max:148 weight:139.5lbs

What a nice afternoon. 70, SW, sun and clouds. Lots of bikers out. Up to Turner's Falls and back at a relaxed pace.

Thursday Apr 12 #

10 AM

biking - dark blue bike 1:44:17 intensity: (1:11 @1) + (1:34:06 @2) + (9:00 @3) 26.71 mi (3:54 / mi) +225ft 3:52 / mi
ahr:121 max:145 weight:140lbs

Low 50s, S 5-10. Flats, down the east side of the river to Northampton, back on the west side. Pretty nice out.

Wednesday Apr 11 #

2 PM

biking - dark blue bike 1:48:00 intensity: (1:05 @1) + (1:24:13 @2) + (22:42 @3) 25.55 mi (4:14 / mi) +1052ft 4:04 / mi
ahr:123 max:148 weight:140lbs

About 50, SW 5-10. Up into the lower Conway hills. Real nice ride, didn't kill myself on the ups and, funny enough, it's more pleasant that way.

Monday Apr 9 #

3 PM

biking - dark blue bike 1:22:06 intensity: (51 @1) + (1:15:25 @2) + (5:50 @3) 20.16 mi (4:04 / mi) +465ft 3:59 / mi
ahr:121 max:146 weight:140lbs

Mid 40s, NW 5-10, sunny. Up this side of the river, back through Old Deerfield. Today was a day to give the legs some exercise (that's pretty much unavoidable), but let the heart and lungs take it easy. Makes the time go by quickly, as there's no suffering to stretch it out.

Also put a little air in the tires, up to 55 psi. I think they were down to about 40 or a little less. Certainly rolled better, though I did feel the cracks in the pavement a lot more.

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