• 4h 00m 39s
  • 74.02 miles
  • 18.46 Mi/hr

CSH ride. Good group on this overcast morning. More wind that usual (10-15 mph) for this time of year. The clouds kept the temperatures more reasonable. It was only 85 when I got off the bike. I rode just over 15 miles on my way to the shop and took the 6 mile route back.

It sounds like we'll have a good group for Cup n Cone next weekend. Doug and Karen are definitely in and it sounds like Tom Wood, Chris, Joan, and Laurie will all be there as well.

Watch Teen Beach Movie last night.  Enjoyed it.

Emma and I met my parents for coffee at Sola.  Yum!

Latte at Sola

  • Health data: Hours slept: 8.25
Sport #1
  • Device Upload
  • 38m

Imported from API

Sport #2
  • Walking
  • 38m 21s

Early morning walk with Emma. I have off today but Em didn't know that. She got me up about 30 minutes after the alarm would have gone off. Since I was going to get up and let her out anyway, I went ahead and walked with her as well. It's only going to get hotter and I didn't want to let her down ;-)

Last night I wore my new cycling top for the first time.  I picked it up on sale at REI.  It looks like the color is a closeout.  Anyway, I liked it a lot.  It's long enough that it never feels like it's going to ride up and I really like the fabrics that Skirt Sports uses.  The back pocket has a nice reflective detail.  The only knock that I have on it is that it only has one pocket so I wouldn't wear it on really long rides where I need to haul stuff, you know?   

Sexy Back Tank


Zipline today!

  • Health data: Hours slept: 7.25
  • 1h 09m 36s
  • 2624.67 yards
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400 w/u
4 x (100 pull, 100 kick, 100 choice)
50 fast @ 10
50 easy @ 10
100 weak (focus on weak part of stroke)
100 moderate
50 kick (no board)
150 c/d (still wearing fins)
= 2400 meters

Long course Thursday continues!

  • 2h 05m 05s
  • 37.25 miles
  • 17.87 Mi/hr

Beaver Creek-Martha's Chapel-Davis. Nice ride tonight. Some storms were popping up and it got windy out there but it only sprinkled on me for a short time. It was a bit odd because it would be really hot and juicy and then it would be cool and breezy and then hot again all on the same stretch of road. This evening's assignment: ride 2 hours (z2) with 15 min @ TT pace.

  • Stretching
  • 05m

√ Ride tonight.

100 days until B2B!

Kevin is going out of town this weekend.  He's kayaking on the Pigeon on Saturday and riding is Tsali on Sunday.  After my ride tonight, I made him some brownies to take with him.  

  • Health data: Hours slept: 7
  • 2h 14m 52s
  • 40.95 miles
  • 18.22 Mi/hr

Kelly Loop de Loop and T-storm Escape OMV ride. This was actually the route Ed did for last week when thunderstorms were in the forecast but since the ride was a wash out, we did the route this week. Too many bad roads and too much chipseal for my taste.

  • 15m 25s
  • 1.62 miles
  • 09m 31s /Mi

Grabbed Em for a short run off the bike

  • Stretching
  • 05m

√ Ride tonight!

Get out there and make your dreams happen!

  • Health data: Hours slept: 7.75
  • 59m 07s
  • 2350.00 yards
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200 pull
100 kick
175 steady, 75 build @ 20 (miscounted below)
2 x 200 (125 steady, 75 build each 25) @ 20
4 x 50 buld each 50 @ 20
2 x 200 @ 20 (second one faster than the first)
4 x 100 (easy, hard, easy, hard) @ 30
100 pull c/d
= 2350 yards

  • 1h 05m 34s
  • 7.10 miles
  • 09m 13s /Mi

93 degrees. Didn't melt

The first 4.5 miles or so was pretty good and that included the speed work too. The last 2.5 miles involved too many hills and not enough shade. I must admit that I took advantage of a stop light to bring my heart rate down. I could probably have sped up to make the light but made no effort whatsoever to do so. I used the Seagroves Farm-Haddon Hall route today. I think that I'll switch things up a bit next time to address either the hills or shade.

Sport #1
  • Core Training
  • 15m

Pre swim core workout

Sport #2
  • Stretching
  • 05m

√ Run tonight!

  • Health data: Hours slept: 7
Sport #1
  • Device Upload
  • 37m

Imported from API

Sport #2
  • Walking
  • 37m 52s

Early morning walk with Emma

This may not look like much but I am celebrating the fact that we have had no measurable rain for the past 24 hours!  

For my Sustainability class, I need to ask two people
  • * How do you choose what to eat? Does this vary or has it every varied?
  • * What factors do you think go into the decisions people around the world make when choosing what to eat?

  • Health data: Hours slept: 7
  • 3h 10m 34s
  • 61.69 miles
  • 19.42 Mi/hr

NCBC Spring Rally.

Good ride! I enjoyed riding with the group. At first I was not sure about doing Andrew's Store instead of Old Graham but I thought it worked out fine and it was kind of nice to have that climbing out of the way in the first half. I missed going over the Bynum bridge though.

Today's group included Stan, Fred, Chris, Matt, Gabe and Tom G. along with a few others that I did not know well.

Kevin asked me about the rest stops and I explained to him that this is a club rally, not a ride per se. The North Carolina Bike Club hosts the events and they do have SAG and sweeps as well as three rest stops. At the start of the ride is a table with "pocket food" (leftover bonk bars from the Raleigh 70.3 rest stop, packs of Lance crackers, etc.) along with water and Gatorade. Each rest area has that plus PB&J. There are cue sheets and the route is extremely well marked. The event is free for club members and membership costs $15/year/family so it's pretty much a bargain.

  • Health data: Hours slept: 8

jmkizer's Training Log

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  • Cary Du Classic Long Course and Short Course (Duathlon)
    4/28/2018 Cary, North Carolina
  • Kinetic Half (Triathlon)
    5/12/2018 Spotsylvania, Virginia
  • Race 13.1 Raleigh - Spring (Run)
    6/2/2018 Raleigh, North Carolina
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