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Training Log Archive: hamlet

In the 7 days ending May 31:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Backpacking2 9:39:22 20.55(28:11) 33.08(17:31) 650
  Rock climbing3 4:34:49 0.35 0.56 6
  Running2 1:33:01 7.27(12:47) 11.7(7:57) 186
  Strength Training3 52:25
  Total8 16:39:37 28.18 45.34 842
averages - sleep:7.7

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Tuesday May 31 #


9 AM

Running 30:04 [3] 3.7 km (8:08 / km) +32m 7:48 / km
ahr:154 max:180

Rock climbing 20:01 [3] 0.56 km (35:29 / km) +6m 33:38 / km
ahr:126 max:155

5 PM

Strength Training 25:00 [3]

Monday May 30 #


8 AM

Rock climbing (Sugarloaf Mountain) 1:59:07 [2]
ahr:85 max:96

Middle Earth Center area on top rope- so much fun. We started on a 5.7 with an overhang that we had a bit of trouble figuring out how to get over, but we got it eventually. Went to another 5.7 right next to it on an arete that felt wayyyyy easier. Then we tried a 5.9 right next to it with a start in an overhang that we just couldn't get, I slipped off a few times and nearly landed on the pointy rock just underneath me, so I climbed around the overhang instead and finished the climb.
Then we moved to another rope, climbed a 5.6 that also had a slightly overhanging start and had some really fun moves. We then did a 5.7 right next to it that started in a chimney and was really fun, I think I used my hips and my butt more than I did my hands in that chimney. Really fun and definitely tired me out a bit.
Finally I tried a 5.8 that had one bellyflop move to get onto a ledge. I struggled with that move, fell a few times, but eventually I got it and finished the climb. Had a ton of fun on this one too

I wish we could've stayed there longer, it was so nice and so fun climbing there, but Lucka was really tired from the weekend so we called it a day and went back to the car.

Sunday May 29 #


8 AM

Backpacking 4:35:53 intensity: (3:00:17 @1) + (1:29:21 @2) + (6:11 @3) + (4 @4) 15.77 km (17:30 / km) +372m 15:39 / km
ahr:116 max:162

Kind of a rough night, but I ended up sleeping with Oliver in the hammock with me, and I was glad about it, because it got kinda cold at night so at least I had some extra warmth. The morning was gordeous though, and hiking was nice too. The last 3 miles, similar to yesterday, kinda sucked becasue my backk wasn't having it. My legs were fine, but my shoulders and hips were suffering and cramping so that's fun. But it was still really nice and I can't complain. Oliver and I had a blast.

Saturday May 28 #


10 AM

Backpacking (Dolly Sods) 5:03:29 intensity: (1:52:23 @1) + (2:30:10 @2) + (39:53 @3) + (1:03 @4) 17.31 km (17:32 / km) +278m 16:14 / km
ahr:126 max:169

First solo backpacking trip. Was kind of misty/drizzly all day, and I went through some extremely muddy trails (like, the trails resembled a marsh more than a trail), but I mean that's classic Dollysods. I did chose the muddier route in the valleys for today because the other route was on a ridge and had nice views so I kept that for tomorrow so I could enjoy the views.

Friday May 27 #


last day of highschool let's get it

Thursday May 26 #

slept:8.0 (rest day)

charged my watch overnight so idk exactly how long I slept, but it was probably around 8 hours. Probably first time in a long time that I woke up feeling pretty well rested (minus the fact that I'm sore af from yesterday)
4 PM


lmao what did I say about being well-rested this morning

Wednesday May 25 #


why did I wake up at 2? no clue. I even took melatonin in the evening to help me fall asleep better
5 AM


popped another melatonin at like 4 am and fell back asleep for around 2 hours. I'm so sick of not sleeping properly, and it's 100% not because I'm not tired, cuz I really am
7 AM

Running long 1:02:57 intensity: (40 @1) + (5:50 @2) + (27:40 @3) + (28:47 @4) 8.01 km (7:52 / km) +154m 7:10 / km
ahr:159 max:181

woohoo I did it! I ran the same loop like last week, and this time I even fully ran up all of the hills, I really pushed myself and I'm proud of it. Because I again slept like crap (fun), the thought of running for an hour straight and alone felt overwhelming, so every 2 km I gave myself 90 seconds of walking to break it up, and tbh it really helped. Although I gotta say the last 200-300 meters were seriously brutal, nothing wanted to go anymore lol
1 PM

Strength Training 17:14 [2]
ahr:89 max:105

2 sets of 10x 95lb bench, 2 sets of 5x 95lb bench
2 sets of 10x 50lb DB rows, 2 sets of 5x 50lb DB rows
4 PM

Rock climbing 2:15:41 [3]
ahr:99 max:150

some bouldering, introducing one of Lucka's friends to climbing.

Lead 5.11b (big overhang), got to second to last clip where I ran out of strength and just couldn't hold on and the clip was pretty far out so I just took a whipper and went down.

lead 5.11a, got 3/4 way up just over the small overhang but couldn't make it becasue the big hold was nasty and I kept slipping off.

lead 5.10d repeat of the really really fun climb in the corner that's very technical and mantle-y. Love it so much, was just as fun as the first time climbing it.

Strength Training 10:11 [1]
ahr:97 max:114

hangboarding on round holds bbecause the hangboards were occupied so I had to improvise

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