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Training Log: Cristina

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Strength/Core2 4:00:00480.0
  Running1 1:26:56 8.74(9:57) 14.06(6:11) 29254.7
  Cycling2 46:34 9.25(11.9/h) 14.89(19.2/h) 2971.4
  Orienteering1 30:004c30.0
  Total6 6:43:30 17.99 28.96 584c836.1
  [1-5]6 6:40:55
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Tuesday Dec 7 #

5 PM

Running 1:26:56 intensity: (25 @0) + (1:07 @1) + (25:08 @2) + (38:03 @3) + (21:56 @4) + (17 @5) 14.06 km (6:11 / km) +29m 6:07 / km
ahr:154 max:182

Monday Dec 6 #

Note

I remember talking to the reporter for this article but I never heard anything afterwards! I think this article is somewhere in the middle on the scale of hurts-helps the sport. (Unless you believe that all publicity is good publicity, in which case I'm not sure what to think, since it's been out for over four months and nobody's read it!)

Sunday Dec 5 #

10 AM

Orienteering 30:00 [1] **
4c shoes: Brock (Terraultra G 260)

Took Lukas out to four controls on the score-o course at Ironwood.

We had a fairly large showing today, maybe more than 70? And Yvonne said about 45% were under 18. We need to start offering more youth-friendly stuff!

Saturday Dec 4 #

8 AM

Strength/Core 2:00:00 [1]

Workshop day 2.

Here's Lukas using a dump truck to help move gravel:


Our fearless leader Emma explaining what a girdling root is to some aspiring arborists:


Lukas enjoying the temporary topography.


Emma giving a planting lesson while everyone snacked.

Friday Dec 3 #

8 AM

Strength/Core 2:00:00 [3]

We hosted a two days of rainwater harvesting workshop at our house, building some basins to collect stormwater from the street and our roof, then slow it, spread it, and sink it. We hired an expert to design everything and she likes to have the work done with help from the homeowners and their friends. We had a great group of friends helping out both days and got a lot done.

Thankfully we had an excavator come out on Wednesday to dig through the hard soil and give us a good start on the basins:


This basin is for collecting water from the street, shown here before anyone got to work. The first hole is meant to act like a sediment trap. The basin behind it is pretty deep and will collect a lot of water in a big storm, making the Palo Verde and other surrounding plants very happy. Overflow is back out to the street, back at the entrance.


There are several more basins in the front yard for collecting water from the porch roof and whatever lands on this side of the property. Soil from the basins was used to make a cactus hill and to grade the land.

Here's what the big basin looks like after the workshops:


It's hard to tell what's going but it was a lot of work! We're not quite done, there's more mulch, rock, and gravel to put down, probably some adjustment of basins and swales. There are four other (smaller) basins in the front, and another large (but much shallower) basin in the back. Can't wait for it to rain so we can test it all out!

Thursday Dec 2 #

8 AM

Cycling (road) 20:46 intensity: (1:10 @0) + (5:50 @1) + (13:46 @2) 7.42 km (21.4 kph)
ahr:127 max:148

In to work weeee.
5 PM

Cycling (road) 25:48 intensity: (1:00 @0) + (11:32 @1) + (13:16 @2) 7.47 km (17.4 kph) +29m
ahr:123 max:148

It's funny that it feels flat on the way TO campus but definitely doesn't on the way home. Amazing how much of a difference 30m makes.

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