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Training Log Archive: tommyturbo

In the 7 days ending Aug 3:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  MTB5 8:54:00 90.5(10.2/h) 145.65(16.4/h) 15927
  Cycling1 45:00 11.7(15.6/h) 18.83(25.1/h) 279
  Walking1 43:00 2.5(3.5/h) 4.02(5.6/h) 300
  Total7 10:22:00 104.7(5:56) 168.5(3:41) 16506
averages - weight:149lbs

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Saturday Aug 3 #

MTB 58:00 [1] 10.4 mi (10.8 mph) +784ft
weight:148.8lbs (rest day) shoes: SW MTB 2012

High Point-Farmers Market with Tracy: She was "flyyying"

Friday Aug 2 #

Walking 43:00 [1] 2.5 mi (3.5 mph) +300ft
weight:148.8lbs (rest day) shoes: Altra Kayenta

Walk with TM DT-Fishers

Thursday Aug 1 #

MTB 2:35:00 [4] 24.6 mi (9.5 mph) +6263ft
ahr:136 max:160 weight:149lbs shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling

Olallie Office Visit: Much better than expected. Despite three very hard climbing rides in the past five days (with today being the hardest), I felt good enough to make a really solid effort. I only saw four riders on O, and not a soul for my first two+ hours of riding. The trails are a bit more "summery," but tomorrow's showers will moisten the dirt. Today was my first trip to the "Phone Booth" this year.

Wednesday Jul 31 #

Cycling 45:00 [2] 11.7 mi (15.6 mph) +279ft
weight:149lbs (rest day) shoes: SW road 2013

Maybe I should get an E-Bike Motorbicycle so I don't even have to pedal on a rest/recovery day? Of course, I would get the same amount of exercise with an 1100cc sport bike motorcycle...Tomorrow will be my third hard climbing ride of the week, after racking up over 70,000' of climbing in July. I wanted to ride the road bike 50 miles today, but that's no way to rest. It was too nice of a day to not ride, so I went short and easy with an "opener."

Tuesday Jul 30 #

MTB 2:44:00 [4] 30.0 mi (11.0 mph) +3892ft
ahr:131 max:156 weight:149.4lbs shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling

Raging River-Home: There is a summer upside to soil that holds moisture the longest, and to an area where it rains the most. After a "North Bend only" pretty hard rain Sat. morning and mud at RR, today the trails were near perfect. RR and Olallie consistently have the best summer dirt, because they get the most rain, and the dirt holds onto the moisture longer than other area trails. It was windy at the TH, but higher up in the clearcut, it was dead calm within misting dense fog. That's a switch from the norm.

Monday Jul 29 #

MTB 31:00 [2] 5.9 mi (11.4 mph) +410ft
weight:149lbs (rest day) shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling

Walk on a bike with an "opener" Supposedly a rest day should be taken two days before a hard ride or event. The day before is ideally an easy ride with a few short harder efforts (openers). I did an opener and easy ride, but yesterday's 4000' of hard climbing at Olallie was hardly a rest day. I really wanted to do a real ride today, but held off because this is going to be a big climbing week. I just had to get out on the bike!

Sunday Jul 28 #

MTB 2:06:00 [4] 19.6 mi (9.3 mph) +4578ft
ahr:137 max:161 weight:149lbs shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling

Olallie: Garmin says 72 hours, but the math doesn't work for me. My plan for the week includes three hard climbing rides, and possibly four. I did a shorter than normal O ride today, but it certainly qualifies. There were runners on the JWT for the weekly marathon when I headed to the O TH, and even more on my return trip.

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