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Training Log Archive: tommyturbo

In the 7 days ending Nov 25:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  MTB3 6:31:00 62.5(9.6/h) 100.58(15.4/h) 7381
  Walking1 50:00 3.0(3.6/h) 4.83(5.8/h) 200
  Total4 7:21:00 65.5(6:44) 105.41(4:11) 7581
averages - weight:149.7lbs

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Saturday Nov 25 #

MTB 47:00 [3] 8.0 mi (10.2 mph) +1029ft
ahr:113 max:138 weight:149.2lbs (sick) shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling

Grand Ridge head cold recovery test ride. As soon as I started up the climb, I knew that I was doing myself more harm than good. I need more time to get over my first cold in many years.

Friday Nov 24 #

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(sick) (rest day)

Thursday Nov 23 #

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weight:150.2lbs (sick) (rest day)

I have a cold for the first time in many years

Wednesday Nov 22 #

MTB 2:53:00 [4] 27.0 mi (9.4 mph) +3161ft
ahr:123 max:153 weight:150.2lbs shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling

Grand Ridge RT-Duthie: Nisqually is a really stupid name for a dog thanks to a really stupid human. Impossible to say whether the dog was stupid as well since it was totally untrained. "Nisqually" was towing its leash as it hurtled towards me 50 yards ahead of a numbskull MTB rider. Since the dog was barking and growling a bit aggressively for my liking, I stopped and removed my feet from the pedals and got into the "defensive" position. The rider was consoling the dog, not bothering to apologize for its behavior. Of course it was the human's behavior that was bad, since an untrained dog can't be expected to figure out the world on its own.

Tuesday Nov 21 #

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weight:149.4lbs (rest day)

Monday Nov 20 #

Walking 50:00 [3] 3.0 mi (3.6 mph) +200ft
weight:149.8lbs (rest day) shoes: Scott Kinabalu Supertrack

Syc-PP

Sunday Nov 19 #

MTB 2:51:00 [4] 27.5 mi (9.6 mph) +3191ft
ahr:123 max:148 weight:149.6lbs shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling

GR RT-Duthie: Anonymous rider proven correct-fortune teller or just an incredible lack of confidence? Coming back from Duthie, a rider caught up to me on the downhilll to the bog. He declined when I asked him if he wanted to go around. I stopped on the Bog Bridge for some approaching riders. I asked him again, telling him that I was in no hurry, which I never am with busy trails on a weekend. As we were stopped, he replied, "You will be faster than me on the climb." He stuck to my wheel for the first 2/3 of the climb up from the bridge, but then I heard the sound of silence, i.e, no bike noise as he lost contact. I might have turned it up a bit on the last 1/3, and I never saw (or heard) him again.

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