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2020-02-01 11:13 AM

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Subject: Wake, Wake Up It’s the First of the Month 02-01-20
What’s up crew?

Up for a bit more than an hour on the trainer. 2x12 minute sweet spot intervals and a couple of high cadence intervals and one all out sprint mixed in. A very eclectic workout.

Hope everyone has a great Saturday!


2020-02-01 2:33 PM
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Subject: RE: Wake, Wake Up It’s the First of the Month 02-01-20
I did a quick 6.5 mile run at lunch.

Legs are getting a bit pooched. Weather was overcast and misty.

Felt good!
2020-02-01 6:54 PM
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A little less than 8.5mi run(outdoors for the first time in a while) and 30mins in the water. Work is cut out for me..
2020-02-01 10:41 PM
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Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit...

I did an hour and forty-five minutes on the bike trainer today.  2x40 minutes sweet spot intervals.  I usually ride at about 91-92 RPM but today the target watts was either 84 RPM or 95 RPM depending on if I shifted one gear up or one gear down.  At 84 RPM I held the 287 Watts without any trouble but at 95 RPM I couldn't hold the Watts steady. I dropped to about 255 Watts on the gearing that was producing 287 watts at 95 RPM before I could hold things steady.  That was enlightening to me.  I am always trying to increase my RPM so that I can be more efficient, but today it was clear that the lower cadence was working out better.   

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