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Training Log Archive: jima

In the 7 days ending Oct 16:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hiking1 2:36:57 3.93(39:56) 6.33(24:49) 192
  Run2 1:04:24 4.63(13:55) 7.45(8:39) 142
  Run / hike1 28:50 1.54(18:40) 2.48(11:36) 192
  Total4 4:10:11 10.1(24:46) 16.26(15:23) 525
  [1-5]4 4:04:42

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Saturday Oct 15 #

3 PM

Hiking 2:36:57 [1] 6.33 km (24:49 / km) +192m 21:33 / km
shoes: Salomon Goretex hikers

Hiking, trail work, bushwhacking
Overlook trail up E side of Belknap/Gunstock ridge.
Bushwhacked down the gulley - some sign of old logging trail. Nice stream bed, but completely dry.

Friday Oct 14 #

5 PM

Run 42:18 5.01 km (8:27 / km) +142m 7:24 / km
ahr:144 max:157 shoes: Salomon Gray Speedcross

RV Farms - quicker tempo for a change - might need to re-calibrate my max HR, would have thought more of this would be zone 4

Wednesday Oct 12 #

5 PM

Run / hike 28:50 2.48 km (11:36 / km) +192m 8:22 / km
ahr:119 max:141 shoes: Salomon Red/Yellow SpeedCross3

Heading up to the overlook of the Overlook Trail to cut back some juniper infringing on the path. Most noticeable when it is cold and wet - you've tried so hard to keep your feet dry and warm, when you come upon a section where the treadway is flanked by ankle to knee high wet stuff...
It's best to remove the offending foliage when it is dry, and you have long sleeves and gloves.
Daylight optional.
Made it up while it was still light, but it was fading fast. headlamp made a big difference.
Still a bit to do, but much better than when I started.

7 PM

Run 22:06 2.44 km (9:03 / km)
ahr:133 max:153

Run back down from the overlook by headlamp.
Cool and pleasant with a 3/4 moon.
Made it down through all of the rocks, damp leaves and slippery pine needles. Was getting close to the truck on a flat level section of trail, when my right foot caught in the loop of the shoelace for my left shoe - immediate face plant.
No one around to applaud my rapid spring back to my feet and recovery and the swift completion of my run...

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