AnnPT77 wrote: »
* 40'-ish yoga - stretch - foam roll.
* About 70' slow shakeout ride on my hybrid bike, the actual kind that moves through actual outdoor physical space on wheels! First time on the bike, may ride it to a picnic thing tomorrow, wanted to make sure it was functioning. Thought I'd go out for maybe half an hour . . . but should've worn the bike tights instead of jeans anyway. 😆
* Probably do the usual core routine in a while, after dinner settles a little more.@MikePfirrman and @Djproulx, I enjoy watching both your training reports, reading the conversation between you, and I admire what you each do. There's a good lesson there in each of you, that (IMO) we get results in line with our training. Me, I'm just mostly doing stuff for fun and general health, and I get results in line with that: I'm having fun, and am generally healthy. 😉 It's fun to watch people who're running more serious routines, though - you andothers on the thread besides. Good stuff!
AnnPT77 wrote: »
* 7348m rowing bow in the double (got in some extra meters because of parking failure: Yes, my fault, because bow is in charge of steering, and I blew it 😆, so we had to circle back to let me try again)
* Rode the bike to/from a picnic meetup at a local park, little over 30' total ride time, mostly easy pace (little push on the way there - running late as usual! Still slow, though - always slow.)
* Walked 5.12mi, 3.7mph average speed.
* 36' of the usual recent upper-body conditioning/strength stuff, mostly dumbbells
Now I'm tired . . . today, wondering if I'm too old to be me. 😆🤣
Need to foam roll a little before bed, though, or I'll be sorry.
Oh, and - I did do the core workout after last night's post, as hoped/promised (?), about 40'.
MikePfirrman wrote: »
Knee feeling a bit better but was feeling a bit rundown today. I started out saying I'd take it easy. Didn't workout that way!
Did 30 minutes of supersetting in the garage, then 4 X 5 minute intervals on the rower w/ 2 minute breaks. Starting to get more acclimated to this type of hard workout as I did "negative splits" on my rowing times -- meaning each one got a little better progressively with no falloff. From 2:12 on the first one to 2:10 pace on the last one. 4 X 2K is one of the hardest rowing workouts you can do. I'm trying to work back to that every Friday directly after my lift.
Was 91 degrees today but didn't feel all that bad. Fan in the garage and then we had breeze out back.
Also, didn't shoot well last night, but the 100 degrees golfing didn't feel that bad either. Maybe I'm just used to heat now.
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