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Training Log Archive: chitownclark

In the 7 days ending Oct 4:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hike w pack2 1:10:00 3.3(21:13) 5.31(13:11)
  Erg rowing4 43:16 4.97(8:42) 8.0(5:25)
  City biking1 25:00 4.0(6:15) 6.44(3:53) 5
  NordicTrak4 21:00
  Total7 2:39:16 12.27 19.75 5

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Sunday Oct 4 #

NordicTrak 6:00 [3]

Erg rowing 10:30 [3] 2.0 km (5:15 / km)

Saturday Oct 3 #

City biking 25:00 [3] 4.0 mi (6:15 / mi) +5m 6:14 / mi

Friday Oct 2 #

NordicTrak 5:00 [3]

Erg rowing 10:51 [3] 2.0 km (5:26 / km)

Thursday Oct 1 #

NordicTrak 5:00 [3]

Erg rowing 10:54 [3] 2.0 km (5:27 / km)

Wednesday Sep 30 #

NordicTrak 5:00 [3]

Erg rowing 11:01 [3] 2.0 km (5:31 / km)

Tuesday Sep 29 #

Hike w pack 45:00 [1] 2.2 mi (20:27 / mi)
shoes: New Balance RC1001 Flats

Hiking all over downtown after visit to LabCorp, looking for lunch. All lunch restaurants closed; all offices closed; all employees at home in suburbs. Sad.

Monday Sep 28 #

Hike w pack 25:00 [1] 1.1 mi (22:44 / mi)
shoes: New Balance RC1001 Flats

Taking it easy today....PSA test tomorrow, and want to avoid any undue pressure on prostate. Around noon received results of last week's Covid-19 test, which was thankfully negative.

Been hearing more and more about side effects of 'long-haul' Covid infection side-effects that don't go away. So just as glad not to be infected, no matter how mild or asymptotic.

https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-02598-6

...research into other coronaviruses suggest that the virus can injure multiple organs and cause some surprising symptoms. People with more severe infections might experience long-term damage not just in their lungs, but in their heart, immune system, brain and elsewhere. Evidence...suggests that these effects can last for years....

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