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Training Log: silkychrome

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Adventure Race1 23:49:00
  Bike1 59:56 13.74(13.8/h) 22.11(22.1/h) 617
  Run1 31:32 3.27(9:39) 5.26(5:59) 145
  Strength3 1:00
  Total6 25:21:28 17.01 27.38 762
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Saturday Jun 16 #

Adventure Race 23:49:00 [3]

No Sleep 24hr AR. raced officially w Erl, 2p co-ed SEEK Adventure, but together w 3p co-ed Rib Mountain as a training for UNE. 1st overall in an extremely warm race. highs in the high 90s, maybe got down to 78 overnight ??

start at 0900 made for decent sleep, thanks RDs!! did a bike drop in the AM, and minimal rush before the start (but not a lot of free time either!)

TREK 1 (CPs 1-7, 10k)
mass start, no one really wanted to push too hard bc it was already 80F or so. ran mostly w our friends Matt and Stephen from Big Dogs, Erl and I were super stoked that they hung on. some trails, some woods, once we popped out on the last double-track we all took pants off to try and keep "cool". ran w Deviate towards the end. we flushed out a wobbly fawn during the trek and saw another one just before the TA, hiding in the grass just inches from us, so cute. ran into TA in 1st w Big Dogs and Deviate just behind. only filled me and Anna's bladders bc we didn't want to take everyone's water.

PADDLE 1 (CPs 8-9)
carried the banana boats about 400m to the river. put in on the Saline River for a 20ish-k upstream paddle, except the river was flooded so it was basically a lake w minimal current. pretty good paddle, although Rib's boat had to wait for us a bit (3p vs. 2p paddling). sunny but not too hot w the paddles constantly dripping on us. punched CP8 w Deviate but got back into boats faster. however they caught us on the way to CP9 and pulled ahead. both of our boats ran out of water about the same time, but we had about 1hr to go so we thought we could make it OK. came into the take-out in 2nd but some confusion on how to carry the boats to the TA so we all made it there in the lead. we had 10gal of water there staged for our team so we all drank a ton and filled bladders.

TREK 2 (CPs 10-13)
8k-ish trek i think? we did it as mostly an out-and-back, but we passed

BIKE 1 (CPs 14-17)

TREK 3/ROPES (CPs 18-27)

BIKE 2 (CPs 28-35)

TREK 4 (CPs 36-43)

Thursday Jun 14 #

Strength (push-ups) 12 [3]

12 + 12k
7 AM

Run 31:32 [3] 3.27 mi (9:39 / mi) +145ft 9:15 / mi
ahr:156 max:179 shoes: Salomon Sonic RA M8 blue

EZ solo AM run

Wednesday Jun 13 #

Strength (push-ups) 12 [3]

Strength (push-ups) 12 [3]

7 PM

Bike 59:56 [3] 13.74 mi (13.8 mph) +617ft
shoes: Salsa Warbird

EZ road ride, ran into "The Gregs" aka the CEO and CFO of Alberici, on their bikes too!

Tuesday Jun 12 #

Strength (push-ups) 24 [3]

2x 12

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jerk = 105# 30-Apr-15
front squat = 160# 16-Feb-15, 16-Mar-15
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power clean = 110# 5-Feb-15. 17-Apr-15
overhead squat = 85# 20-Jan-15
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