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Training Log: Charlie

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hike5 5:25:19 15.24(21:21) 24.53(13:16) 535
  Gym4 2:32:00
  Yoga5 2:23:00
  cycling1 1:02:26 12.33(5:04) 19.84(3:09) 65
  Running2 47:35 3.81(12:29) 6.13(7:46) 42
  Rowing Machine1 8:53 1.24(7:09) 2.0(4:27)
  Total17 12:19:13 32.62 52.5 642
  [1-5]17 12:10:29
averages - sleep:6.9 weight:165.4lbs
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Friday May 7 #

8 AM

Yoga 21:00 [3]
slept:7.0 weight:164.2lbs

3 PM

Running 25:53 intensity: (1:26 @1) + (5:21 @2) + (10:40 @3) + (8:26 @4) 1.76 mi (14:43 / mi)
ahr:135 max:155 shoes: 2020 Blue Gel Kayanos

Hospital loop intervals. Just 3, then 3 straightaways. Really tight today.

Thursday May 6 #

6 AM

Rowing Machine 8:53 [3] 2.0 km (4:27 / km)
slept:7.0 weight:164.8lbs shoes: 2020 Merrell Trail Glove 5

First time on the Concept 2 in a month, thinking about Clark.
7 AM

Gym 1:00:00 [3]

In the gym with Eric.
8 AM

Hike 30:29 intensity: (18:53 @1) + (7:46 @2) + (3:17 @3) + (33 @4) 1.33 mi (22:55 / mi) +40m 20:59 / mi
ahr:110 max:150 shoes: 2020 Blue Gel Kayanos

Dog loop, with Rhonda.

Wednesday May 5 #

7 AM

Yoga 40:00 [3]
slept:6.0 weight:166.8lbs

Rhonda and Karen's morning routine

Running 21:42 intensity: (1:24 @3) + (5:57 @4) + (14:21 @5) 2.05 mi (10:35 / mi) +42m 9:57 / mi
ahr:164 max:188 shoes: 2020 Blue Gel Kayanos

With Rhonda. This was pretty hard. The downhills felt ok, though.
10 AM

Hike 41:31 intensity: (1:01 @1) + (21:03 @2) + (14:55 @3) + (3:15 @4) + (1:17 @5) 2.32 mi (17:53 / mi)
ahr:128 max:184

1 PM

Gym (Ballista) 16:00 [3]

Tuesday May 4 #

7 AM

Gym 1:00:00 [3]
slept:6.5 weight:166.2lbs

In the gym with Eric.
9 AM

Yoga 21:00 [3]

3 PM

Note

Another hour or so in the small clear cut, a little timber stand improvement, and dug up the rest of that nasty barberry root.

Monday May 3 #

6 AM

Yoga 40:00 [3]
slept:8.0 weight:165.8lbs

Rhonda's morning routine, with Karen
9 AM

Note

A couple of hours in the smaller clear cut. Zack cut some trees that were broken or bent over and left me the clean up. In the process of limbing and dragging I found an area that was choked with grape vines, so spent a lot of time on that, too. Pretty tiring.
1 PM

Hike 1:07:25 intensity: (19 @0) + (36:32 @1) + (27:55 @2) + (2:39 @3) 3.35 mi (20:08 / mi) +83m 18:41 / mi
ahr:107 max:123 shoes: 2020 White Gel Kayanos

In McLean GR with Rhonda. This is part of a plan. Get her comfortable enough with finding her way around this loop that she can walk it while I run the 5.25 mile loop and finish at about the same time. So maybe one or two more of these walks and we can give it a try.
3 PM

Gym (Ballista) 16:00 [3]

This is getting easier. I'm sure it is doing me some good.
4 PM

Note

The rest of the clean-up of the downed trees in the clear cut. Also found a single rather robust barberry, so pulled it out the best I could. A bit of the root snapped off, so not 100% sure it won't be back, but I'll keep an eye out for it.

Sunday May 2 #

8 AM

Yoga 21:00 [3]
slept:6.0 weight:165.6lbs

9 AM

Note

About an hour and a half of laurel wrangling and then grape vine dismantling. I had noticed quite a few vines growing in the smaller clear cut when I picked up flags the other day, so cut them off and pulled them down, all but one tenacious one. I'll let it dry out for a while and it will come down easily enough. The laurel wrangling was to widen the dog loop path, get rid of laurel and some pines that brush into me when I'm walking it. It'll take a while to do the whole thing.
12 PM

cycling (ebike) 1:02:26 intensity: (4:54 @0) + (48:08 @1) + (5:27 @2) + (3:57 @3) 12.33 mi (5:04 / mi) +65m 4:59 / mi
ahr:99 max:135

With Rhonda from PV. Neither of us particularly spunky today, and somehow, unaccountably, Rhonda's seat was lowered. No idea who could have done it. So this included a couple of stops to adjust it, probably 7 or 8 minutes worth, looking at the track.
5 PM

Note

I decided I'm going to Tahoe for US Champs. Not sure if Rhonda is coming, but probably not. Anyway, seems like rooms are quite expensive, but I did get one. I'll wait on the plane ticket a bit until I see what Rhonda is thinking.

Saturday May 1 #

7 AM

Hike 1:14:34 intensity: (15 @0) + (22:16 @1) + (47:59 @2) + (4:04 @3) 3.65 mi (20:26 / mi) +88m 19:01 / mi
ahr:110 max:129 slept:8.0 weight:164.2lbs shoes: 2020 Blue Gel Kayanos

With Rhonda and Karen at the lake, while Glen ran. I might have run, too, but I would have had to do a lot of stretching and rolling first. Maybe later.
1 PM

Hike 1:51:20 intensity: (3:16 @0) + (43:29 @1) + (55:21 @2) + (7:50 @3) + (54 @4) + (30 @5) 4.59 mi (24:15 / mi) +324m 19:53 / mi
ahr:110 max:209 shoes: 2020 Blue Gel Kayanos

Down Doyle Rd, then Tunxis Trail up to the first overlook, and back. Quite a while since we had done this, and a lot harder now than whenever it was we had been here last. Doyle Rd was passable by car 20+ years ago, now hopelessly eroded, with plenty of trees to climb over, too.

Peter was wondering if Rhonda was getting all her hiking in, and I had to tell him that she was still running up over 20,000 steps a day. It was her hiking partner who was lagging behind. But today I managed to keep up.

Included about a 10 minute stop to receive a phone call from my old friend Bob Schissler.

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