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Training Log Archive: tommyturbo

In the 7 days ending Jun 15:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Cycling4 11:24:00 192.3(16.9/h) 309.48(27.1/h) 12154
  Walking3 2:03:00 8.0(3.9/h) 12.88(6.3/h) 831
  Hiking1 55:00 3.0(3.3/h) 4.83(5.3/h) 780
  Total7 14:22:00 203.3(4:14) 327.18(2:38) 13764
averages - weight:153lbs

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Saturday Jun 15 #

Walking 59:00 [2] 3.2 mi (3.3 mph) +561ft
weight:153.4lbs (rest day) shoes: Hoka Clifton 9

Same mountain, different surface. Yesterday I walked on Squak Trails, and today we walked up the road. Chilly for mid-June!

Friday Jun 14 #

Hiking 55:00 [2] 3.0 mi (3.3 mph) +780ft
(rest day) shoes: Hoka Clifton 9

Squak Mountain backyard hike: Sensory overload HaHa! It started to rain 10 seconds after I left, so I had that fantastic ozone smell during my two minute walk to the trailhead. At that point, I entered the forest, and got to listen to the wonderful sound of the rain pelting the leaves. Nice! I wasn't dressed for rain but continued on, happy when the shower ended a few minutes later.

Walking 20:00 [1] 2.0 mi (6.0 mph) +20ft
(rest day) shoes: Hoka Clifton 7


Thursday Jun 13 #

Cycling 3:13:00 [3] 55.3 mi (17.2 mph) +2760ft
weight:152.6lbs shoes: SW road 2013

Mercer Island-Medina-Kirkland-MMoor: Not much to report. Well there was a second CyberF*** to go with the one I saw on yesterday's ride. They are multiplying. Yucky truck. Then there was the idiot kid riding the low powered motorcycle (without even a pedal pretense) at 25mph up the middle of the East Lake Samm Trail...while scrolling on his phone. At least he responded to "Look out!" cE6.8 RE 6.8 NP 163 normal EHR HRR little slow

Wednesday Jun 12 #

Cycling 2:09:00 [4] 31.4 mi (14.6 mph) +3550ft
ahr:131 max:166 weight:152.8lbs shoes: SW EXOS 2022

Cougar Climbs: Back to the normal Cougar jam. Lakemont has been closed since September near the Cougar Mountain TH. It reopened yesterday with a brand new bridge over Coal Creek. First time I have ridden China Hill/Newcastle Golf Club since the road closed. Today's Toughies: Zoo-far Cougar Towers/China/NGC/Lakemont/Somerset. cE7-8 RE SS Zoo: 9-9.5 on steep sections/8-8.5 on less steep(see Power doc in Workout folder) for details) NP 183 for ride

Tuesday Jun 11 #

Walking 44:00 [1] 2.8 mi (3.8 mph) +250ft
weight:153.4lbs (rest day) shoes: Hoka Clifton 9

Sycamore sTroll. Given the strong breezes, I am happy I took a DOB.

Monday Jun 10 #

Cycling 3:03:00 [3] 54.0 mi (17.7 mph) +2691ft
ahr:121 max:139 shoes: SW EXOS 2022

MV-BOE-Leschi-Arbo-520-Medina: Bent but not broken. I almost broke my 520 eastbound headwind curse. Despite always carefully checking the wind forecast for favorable wind on the 520 bridge, it never happens. At least today I had a crosswind, with a tiny push from behind at times. Progress! First time I have crossed the bridge without seeing a single soul-no walkers, cyclists, or scooter heads. cE 6.8 RE 6.8 Stopped taking .75 Levothyroxine this morning=immediate return to normal EHR/HRR, which have been screwed up (high/slow) for months b/c of the cardiac side effect of Levo

Sunday Jun 9 #

Cycling 2:59:00 [3] 51.6 mi (17.3 mph) +3153ft
ahr:130 max:149 weight:153lbs shoes: SW road 2013

Hobart-Ravensdale-Black Diamond-Old Grizz: Cars, planes, boats, and watches. I no longer have any interest at all in collecting expensive toys, so I guess my new LOOK power meter pedals are as close as I'll get. In an article in the weekend WSJ, two reasons were given for why people were keeping their cars longer than ever: 1) higher new car cost 2) lots of people think the cars from ten+ years ago are better than the new cars. That would be me. I don't want a computer driving, and I sure don't want a big honking screen getting in my way while I am driving. A 1973 911S would be a great toy! I no longer even collect new bikes like I used to. I like the bikes I have a lot better than the new models. HaHa! cE 7.5 felt better as ride went on RE 7 delightfully light traffic, even on Iss-Mirrormont-Hobart

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