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Training Log Archive: tommyturbo

In the 7 days ending Nov 16:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  MTB2 5:39:00 50.5(8.9/h) 81.27(14.4/h) 8518
  Cycling2 4:52:00 80.6(16.6/h) 129.71(26.7/h) 4475
  Walking2 1:01:00 3.6(3.5/h) 5.79(5.7/h) 200
  Total6 11:32:00 134.7(5:08) 216.78(3:12) 13193
averages - weight:148.2lbs

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Saturday Nov 16 #

Cycling 2:37:00 [3] 42.7 mi (16.3 mph) +2080ft
ahr:124 max:150 weight:148.6lbs shoes: SW Road 2008

Redmond-Kirkland-DT Bellevue-May Valley: Keeping it under the threshold. I seem to really enjoy road rides up to about three hours in length, but past that I become indifferent. Perhaps my only long 2020 rides will be the Chelan Century and maybe the High Pass Challenge. I could do a lot worse than that!

Friday Nov 15 #

Walking 30:00 [1] 1.8 mi (3.6 mph)
weight:148.2lbs (rest day) shoes: Altra Kayenta

Walk to Gold's

Thursday Nov 14 #

Cycling 2:15:00 [3] 37.9 mi (16.8 mph) +2395ft
ahr:120 max:143 weight:148.6lbs shoes: SW road 2013

Hobart-Tahoma-Maple Valley: Road Improv with two newbies. I've ridden just about all of the roads I would care to ride, but today I discovered two new ones, both of which are very nice. I used the GPS in my head and made up my route as I went, something I used to do frequently when I was on the road bike a lot. Since when are there elk around here???

Wednesday Nov 13 #

MTB 3:00:00 [4] 28.0 mi (9.3 mph) +3309ft
ahr:111 max:143 shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling

HP-Grand Ridge RT-Duthie: Mix of low thick clouds and fog, but no gloom. A gloomy day is not possible while riding a mountain bike! There were a surprising number of riders, runners, and hikers out on a dark (but non-gloomy) day. GR trails ranged from damp to wet, while Duthie was wetter with more puddles.

Tuesday Nov 12 #

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(rest day)

Monday Nov 11 #

MTB 2:39:00 [4] 22.5 mi (8.5 mph) +5209ft
ahr:125 max:150 weight:148.4lbs shoes: SW MTB 2014 Bling

Olallie Ridge: F(fitness):TOB(time off bike)=SxUxCxKxS. It's physiology, not physics, but it's sad how easy it is to lose fitness vs. how hard it is to gain it. I'm still riding a fair amount, but with a lot less intensity, and I feel like a shadow of my August self. It's mostly mental, because I didn't feel like riding hard at all today, despite being rested from two days off the bike. Oh well, a 10+ mile climb is inherently good, no matter how hard the pace!

Sunday Nov 10 #

Walking 31:00 [1] 1.8 mi (3.5 mph) +200ft
weight:147.4lbs (rest day) shoes: Altra Kayenta

Walke home from Gold's

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