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Training Log Archive: AliC

In the 7 days ending Mar 22:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running4 2:29:05 17.38(8:35) 27.97(5:20) 313
  XC skiing1 1:05:38 9.99(6:34) 16.08(4:05) 322
  Hiking1 1:01:31 3.02(20:22) 4.86(12:40) 429
  Stroller jog/run1 27:58 3.11(9:00) 5.01(5:35) 72
  Strength1 20:00
  Total7 5:24:12 33.5 53.92 1136

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Sunday Mar 22 #

3 PM

Running 50:31 [3] 5.28 mi (9:34 / mi) +93m 9:04 / mi

Saturday Mar 21 #

11 AM

XC skiing 1:05:38 [3] 9.99 mi (6:34 / mi) +322m 5:58 / mi

Now for reals the last ski of the season - totally though it as 2 weeks ago, but then seemed like we shouldn't travel either for sprint camp or anything this weekend, so up to Teacup it was!

Friday Mar 20 #

4 PM

Running 31:45 [3] 3.67 mi (8:39 / mi) +71m 8:10 / mi

Thursday Mar 19 #

9 AM

Hiking 1:01:31 [3] 3.02 mi (20:22 / mi) +429m 14:08 / mi

Wednesday Mar 18 #

4 PM

Running 33:31 [3] 4.57 mi (7:20 / mi) +79m 6:57 / mi

Tuesday Mar 17 #

4 PM

Running 33:18 [1] 3.86 mi (8:38 / mi) +70m 8:10 / mi

Just a maintenance + sanity preserving joggeroo. It's a very eerie calm out in the neighborhood.

Learned today that Oregon has the fewest hospital beds per capita out of any US state. It's something you might thing is a Red/Blue divide, but it's absolutely not. More of a states with recent population outflux versus states with recent influx.

Monday Mar 16 #

2 PM

Stroller jog/run 27:58 [1] 3.11 mi (9:00 / mi) +72m 8:23 / mi

Running during 'virtual office hours' which are being run by Google Meet and 15 min appointment slots. So I kept checking my phone to see if anyone booked a spot. I figured I could slow down and hold a conversation while walking if I needed to...

S fell asleep, which was good, she needed to!

Strength 20:00 [1]

***k burpees, ***k coronavirus workout.

So nice to do. Some exerises made less effective and some more by S's presence. Try to hold a side plank while a 2.5 year old is climbing over you front to back to front repeatedly!

So great to see others and reminded of the good ol' Amherst days with Alex...

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