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Training Log Archive: chitownclark

In the 7 days ending Oct 9, 2016:

activity # timemileskm+m
  City running3 3:51:00 14.2(16:16) 22.85(10:06) 20
  Erg rowing1 23:49 3.11(7:40) 5.0(4:46)
  NordicTrak1 10:00
  Total4 4:24:49 17.31 27.85 20
averages - weight:177lbs

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Sunday Oct 9, 2016 #

City running 2:14:00 [3] 8.1 mi (16:33 / mi) +10m 16:29 / mi
weight:177lbs shoes: New Balance 610AR

Mile point #2 to #9 on the Chicago Marathon course. Pace was sub-15 for the first couple of miles, buoyed by the exuberance of the runners. Then slowed down, but not much. Completely exhausted by the time I cut off at Mile #9 and ran home. Weight: 177 lbs...less than I've weighed for a long time. But still a BMI=21; gotta get down to 167 lbs to get my BMI below 20, which is my target.

Friday Oct 7, 2016 #

City running 32:00 [3] 2.1 mi (15:14 / mi) +5m 15:07 / mi
shoes: New Balance 610AR

Thursday Oct 6, 2016 #

NordicTrak 10:00 [3]

Erg rowing 23:49 [3] 5.0 km (4:46 / km)

Played 18-holes of golf in 4 of the last seven days. Such a concentration as I get older is quite exhausting, when the 2-3 mile walk from the bus is included. Conditions very wet; wading through water on over half the fairways. So I ached all over when I sat down to row.

My rowing buddy Charlie is having trouble doing any workouts; only was able to row 500m yesterday. Injured himself orienteering. As much as I love that sport, the camaraderie, and the exposure to nature, I think it is a risky sport for an old guy. And unless you like traveling for hours just to walk very carefully on forest paths, you're wiser to give up orienteering after 65-70, and take up something else. Like golf! A civilized form of O!

Wednesday Oct 5, 2016 #

City running 1:05:00 [3] 4.0 mi (16:15 / mi) +5m 16:11 / mi
shoes: New Balance 610AR

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