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Training Log Archive: RJM

In the 7 days ending Feb 13:

activity # timemileskm+m
  XC ski4 2:33:22
  BikeCommute2 1:10:00
  Strength1 20:00
  Total7 4:03:22
averages - sleep:7.2 rhr:56 weight:191.5lbs

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Saturday Feb 13 #

XC ski 37:55 [3]
rhr:55 slept:7.0

Indian Mound (Botzum) to Ira and back. 10-12 minutes on the measured mile. Barely enough snow, but hard pack and good glide. Felt like my technique and strength are better.

Friday Feb 12 #

BikeCommute 35:00 [2]
rhr:55 slept:7.0

Thursday Feb 11 #

XC ski 46:21 [3]
slept:7.0

Squeezed in a busy day - memorial to big bend. single miles in 12-14min (sad that what felt fast was not)

Wednesday Feb 10 #

BikeCommute 35:00 [2]
slept:8.0

15F this AM, but i have a busy day and this is the only way i can get any activity in. Bundled up and was warmer than I expected

Tuesday Feb 9 #

XC ski 34:06 [3]
rhr:57 slept:7.5

Big bend, north, and south to boardwalk, and across river. Using old 3pin gear (boots too tight, but not bad, oslo skis felt good but clearly a bit wider). Good glide and thought my technique might be better today. about 1" fresh, but packed. Again, we have maybe a 3" base, but on the towpath it's packed hard, so i'm going to keep going here until we get more.

Monday Feb 8 #

Strength (runner's core) 20:00 [1]
slept:7.0

With K
Couldn't find skis to buy at used store

Sunday Feb 7 #

XC ski 35:00 [3]
slept:7.0 weight:191.5lbs shoes: Salomon Escape 7 Pilot

BNP. Still the very thin but hardpacked/icy roads like elsewhere. Decent glide. no knee problems. After skiing i went to brush off the snow before putting them in the car and the suspect ski collapsed- broke in half at back end of binding. ALthough i had seen what i thought were weaknesses caused by two screws just outide here on the ski below the binding, now that i can see inside, there is only on screw, internal. Those were buckling edges instead. Not sure why this fisher superlight ski likes to do this, but it's the third time!. The remaining ski says 2013, but for some reason this one does not have a date on it.Ugh
NOTE: checked log, and it looks like the first break was in 2012, and the second in 2015, and that this is a mixed pair. So the broken one is from 2012, and only 2 pairs are involved.

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