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Training Log: Lori

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hiking1 3:30:00 11.0(19:05) 17.7(11:52) 1000
  Running2 1:02:56 6.2(10:09) 9.98(6:18)
  Stretching4 40:00
  Strength2 10:00
  Total4 5:22:56 17.2 27.68 1000
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Thursday Jul 27 #

Running 32:37 [3] 3.1 mi (10:31 / mi)
shoes: Brooks Running 17

Running after lab with Sam and Presto! A bit later than ideal, but still good to get out! My legs felt a little tired on this run, but they're really starting to return to normal (both from the weekend and from the whole injury thing). Yay! Presto also seemed much recovered. He didn't need booties, and he seemed quite happy to be out for a run.

Strength 5:00 [3]

Normal abs.

Stretching 10:00 [3]

Normal stretching.

Wednesday Jul 26 #

Stretching 10:00 [3]

My legs were feeling a bit sore and tight all day, particularly the right leg, so I decided to stretch tonight. Things felt WAY better afterward.

Tuesday Jul 25 #

Running 30:19 [3] 3.1 mi (9:47 / mi)
shoes: Brooks Running 17

Running after lab with Sam and Presto! All three of us are still a bit sore from the weekend, but it was good to just go for an easy-peasy run. Presto had been limping around for a few days, but when I asked him if he wanted to go for a run he popped up and jumped around in excitement, so I decided to take him along. He seemed totally fine with booties on, so I'm guessing that a lot of his gimpiness was actually due to sore feet, which is a bit of a relief. The sunset over Mt Tam with the fog over SF was pretty fantastic tonight.

Strength 5:00 [3]

Normal abs.

Stretching 10:00 [3]

Normal stretching.

Sunday Jul 23 #

Hiking 3:30:00 [3] 11.0 mi (19:05 / mi) +1000m 14:53 / mi
shoes: Sacony Xodus

Hiking up Kaiser Peak with Sam, Holly, Bryan, and Presto! There was a 10,320ft peak right next to our campsite, so we obviously had to go check it out!

The trailhead was right by D&F Packstation, which does what sound like awesome horseback riding trips into the Sierras (take note future me!). We took no horses with us this time (alas), but we did have a very tired Presto! The trail was pretty unrelentingly up to College Rock, which had fantastic views across Huntington Lake. We had a snack and then continued up past 2 false peaks. Holly and Bryan decided to hang out at the second false peak while Sam, Presto, and I summitted. And man, was it totally worth it. We had amazing views across to the Pacific Crest. I think we could see the Minarets, Banner Peak, and even Mt. Whitney. It was pretty incredible.

After lunch at the summit, we headed down, found Holly and Bryan, and then continued on. I forgot Presto's booties in the car and the ground was really heating up. At one point Presto just decided to flop down in the shade, so I carried him down the mountain for 10 or 15 minutes until we got to some softer, cooler ground. Definitely among the top 10 hikes we've done in CA!

Stretching 10:00 [3]

Stretching back at home.

The top temperature that we drove through in the Central Valley was either 106 (car thermometer) or 109 (digital thermometer display on a school) and the temperature in Berkeley was 59. My body is confused, but it is easy to see why there are so many people living in the Bay Area.

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