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Training Log Archive: gregorysorensen

In the 7 days ending Feb 11:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Mod Bike5 7:15:00 140.9(19.4/h) 226.76(31.3/h)
  Running2 3:00:00 23.4(7.8/h) 37.66(12.6/h)
  Weights2 2:45:00
  Mod Swim2 34:43 1.73(3.0/h) 2.78(4.8/h)
  Total11 13:34:43 166.03 267.19
averages - sleep:7 weight:178.5lbs

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Sunday Feb 11 #

7 AM

Mod Bike (mod bike) 2:00:00 [3] 40.5 mi (20.3 mph)
ahr:126 max:143 slept:7.5

Boarstone is 2 hours of steady, aerobic Endurance spent between 65-75% FTP. Legs felt very good, stay 60-70 % in drops the entire ride.

02:00:00
DURATION
99 / 97
TSS®
0.70 / 0.70
IF®
1475 / 1462
kJ (Cal)
207
NP®
205
POWER
126
HR
90
CADENCE
294
FTP

Saturday Feb 10 #

7 AM

Mod Bike (mod bike) 1:45:00 [3] 34.0 mi (19.4 mph)
ahr:121 max:162 slept:7.0

Berkshire is 1.75 hours of Aerobic Endurance spent between 65-75% FTP. Legs felt better today no issues with right leg, also noticed I'm more balanced with my left leg as it has been the less dominant legs.

1:45:00
DURATION
83 / 83
TSS®
0.69 / 0.69
IF®
1268 / 1265
kJ (Cal)
203
NP®
201
POWER
121
HR
91
CADENCE
294
FTP

Friday Feb 9 #

6 AM

Running (mod run) 1:30:00 [3] 11.6 mi (7.7 mph)
ahr:141 max:172 slept:5.0 weight:178.7lbs

mod run, right leg felt numb this morning from the shin down, might be compartment syndrome, which Dr Sten Kramer diagnosed about 5-6 years ago, and what is very interesting it started around this time of the year and as I recall I was only riding on my bike trainer too. Once I got to the gym this morning the feeling was pretty much back, once I began running on treadmill it took about 20 minutes to feel good, once I hit 70 minute mark it felt tingly a little and went away. My trainerRoad program calls for a rest day today, which I very glad, as I will be doing an FTP test on Tuesday. This week really dialed back on TSS and IF

Thursday Feb 8 #

9 AM

Mod Bike (mod bike) 1:30:00 [3] 29.0 mi (19.3 mph)
ahr:122 max:138 slept:8.0

Brasstown is 90 minutes of aerobic Endurance riding spent between 65-75% FTP.

Optional form drills include Form Sprints, Endurance Spinning, Quadrant Drills & Single-Leg Focus drills. Legs felt good today.

01:30:00
DURATION
73 / 70
TSS®
0.70 / 0.68
IF®
1091 / 1070
kJ (Cal)
205
NP®
202
POWER
122
HR
92
CADENCE
294
FTP

Wednesday Feb 7 #

6 AM

Weights (weights) 1:15:00 [3]
slept:7.0

chest, arms, shoulders, core
8 AM

Mod Swim (mod swim ) 32:40 [3] 1.13 mi (2.1 mph)

mod swim, stretching things out after lifting
11 AM

Mod Bike (mod bike) 1:00:00 [3] 18.8 mi (18.8 mph)
ahr:120 max:130

Beech is 60 minutes of aerobic Endurance riding spent somewhere between 65-75% FTP.

01:00:00
DURATION
47 / 46
TSS®
0.68 / 0.68
IF®
712 / 709
kJ (Cal)
201
NP®
198
POWER
120
HR
90
CADENCE
294
FTP

Tuesday Feb 6 #

6 AM

Running (mod run) 1:30:00 [3] 11.8 mi (7.9 mph)
ahr:140 max:148 slept:7.25 weight:178.2lbs

Mod Run, my garmin is not recording the correct distance, it use to only be off my a half mile, now it's way off, stated at 7.7 for 5 minutes and then up it to 7.9 for about 55 minutes and then began to feel my left calf muscle tighten a little, brought it back down for the last 25 minutes to 7.7
8 AM

Mod Swim (mod swim ) 2:03 [3] 0.6 mi (17.6 mph)

easy swim, had to cut short because of swim class
11 AM

Mod Bike (mod bike) 1:00:00 [3] 18.6 mi (18.6 mph)
ahr:132 max:166

Pettit is an hour of aerobic Endurance work spent between 60-70% FTP.

Optional form drills include Form Sprints, Endurance Spinning intervals, and quadrant drills like Pistons and Kick & Pull drills. I new this week was going to be a recovery week as I will restest next week for FTP. My legs were a little tired from the run this morning and weights yesterday (legs)

01:00:00
DURATION
39 / 39
TSS®
0.63 / 0.63
IF®
653 / 655
kJ (Cal)
184
NP®
181
POWER
132
HR
90
CADENCE
294
FTP

Monday Feb 5 #

6 AM

Weights (weights) 1:30:00 [3]
slept:7.0

Legs, back, core, stretching

Lot stronger today can see the gains in my leg strength and back

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