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Training Log Archive: cfosp1

In the 1 days ending Oct 24, 2012:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Biking Commuting2 50:37 11.57(4:22) 18.62(2:43) 64
  Running1 43:05 4.81(8:57) 7.74(5:34) 34
  Strength: Flexibility1 28:00
  Total3 2:01:42 16.38 26.36 99

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Wednesday Oct 24, 2012 #

7 AM

Strength: Flexibility 28:00 [3]

8:35 AM. Home.
14.0 °C

Running 43:05 [3] 7.74 km (5:34 / km) +34m 5:27 / km
ahr:150 max:164 shoes: Nike Air Pegasus+ 27

7:49 AM. Hamline Midway/Como Park. Burned 681 calories.
14.2 °C

Took camera to take pictures of wolves stalking Mellie while displaying predatory body language. This was the first time that they did NOT run along on the inside of their enclosure. Maybe the wind, coming from NNE and blowing our scent away from the pen? Had a nice jog across Como Golf Course following the the ridge between where Arlington turns N into Chelsea and the clubhouse. Initially I thought this was an old RR embakment, but after looking at a topo map and not finding any reference to tracks I am not so sure anymore. Took a few pictures at the Lexington Bike Bridge, the final part of the span is supposed to be installed a week from today.
1 PM

Biking Commuting 22:59 [3] 9.58 km (2:24 / km) +17m 2:23 / km
ahr:136 max:154 shoes: All-City Space Horse

1:37 PM. Hamline Midway/Como Park. Burned 387 calories.
14.6 °C

Light rain on way out. Meeting Rob to discuss (almost) finished translation job for some of their product manuals. Very productive!
4 PM

Biking Commuting 27:38 [3] 9.04 km (3:03 / km) +47m 2:59 / km
ahr:127 max:146 shoes: All-City Space Horse

4:14 PM. Hamline Midway/Como Park. Burned 332 calories.
13.4 °C

Für meine ostbelgischen Freunde: so ein richtig fieser belgischer Herbsttag mit Pfützen, Schlamm and spritzenden Autos. Da macht das Radfahren Spaß! Real rain on the way back home, my first ride in wet weather on the Horse. Not quite soaked but wet enough. When I rubbed the rain off my cycling computer, the darn thing popped out of its fixtures and fell into the leaves. Fortunately I was able to find it quickly.

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