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Training Log Archive: peppa

In the 7 days ending Apr 1, 2012:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  CYCLING/SPIN2 2:00:00 36.0(18.0/h) 57.94(29.0/h)
  MOUNTAIN BIKING1 1:38:09 11.83(7.2/h) 19.04(11.6/h) 1089
  RUN3 1:11:32 7.99(8:57) 12.86(5:34) 421
  SWIM1 1:00:00 1.49(40:16) 2.4(25:01)
  STRENGTH2 1:00:00
  Total4 6:49:41 57.31 92.23 1510

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Saturday Mar 31, 2012 #

MOUNTAIN BIKING (aliso) 1:38:09 [3] 11.83 mi (7.2 mph) +1089ft
ahr:120 max:160 shoes: santa cruz blur

same old loop - up cholla, up to top of the world, down meadows. forgot how fun meadows is.

Note

legs were sore today, could hardly walk straight.

Friday Mar 30, 2012 #

STRENGTH (home) 30:00 [3]

2nd try @ zone progression workout. legs were sore for 3 days after the first time i did this. we'll see how the legs will feel tomorrow.

RUN (24hr lakeshore) 15:00 [3] 1.63 mi (9:12 / mi) +86ft 8:46 / mi
shoes: brooks adrenaline

warm up run before swim, waiting for G

SWIM (24hr lakeshore) 1:00:00 [3] 1.49 mi (40:16 / mi)

pool was crowded today, had to split lane with another person but the black line was not centered so i swam in about 1/3 of a lane, not 1/2, tight and uncomfortable.

5x100 warm up
500 with paddles
300
500 with fins
100, 200, 300

Thursday Mar 29, 2012 #

RUN (24hr metro) 26:32 [3] 3.0 mi (8:51 / mi) +158ft 8:25 / mi
shoes: brooks adrenaline

tempo run - 10min @ 6.5mph warm up and then 16.32 min @ 7.0mph. feet are pain free, felt better on this run than last week.

CYCLING/SPIN (24hr metro) 1:00:00 [3] 18.0 mi (18.0 mph)

intervals with gail

STRENGTH (home) 30:00 [3]

core and upper body workout

Tuesday Mar 27, 2012 #

RUN (24hr metro) 30:00 [3] 3.36 mi (8:56 / mi) +177ft 8:30 / mi
shoes: brooks adrenaline

intervals - felt a little easier than last week
10min warm up @ 6.5mph, then 3x3min @ 7.3mph with 3min steady rest in between.

CYCLING/SPIN (24hr metro) 1:00:00 [3] 18.0 mi (18.0 mph)

intervals with Gail

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