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Old June 14th, 2017, 11:13 PM   #154
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And a change up to April:

Hiking Totals
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1 Activities
6.83 miles
2:39:04 h:m:s
Elevation Gain: 1,601 ft
Avg Speed: 2.6 mph
Avg HR: 94 bpm
Calories: 513 C
Max Distance: 6.83 mi
Max Avg Speed: 2.6 mph

Cycling Totals
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7 Activities
72.77 miles
7:18:18 h:m:s
Elevation Gain: 945 ft
Avg Speed: 10.0 mph
Avg HR: 104 bpm
Calories: 2,044 C
Max Distance: 12.62 mi
Max Avg Speed: 11.6 mph

Skating Totals
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20 Activities
340.14 miles
31:51:15 h:m:s
Elevation Gain: 9,518 ft
Avg Speed: 10.7 mph
Avg HR: 116 bpm
Calories: 11,731 C
Max Distance: 39.73 mi
Max Avg Speed: 13.1 mph

Total Totals
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28 Activities
419.75 miles
41:48:37 h:m:s
Elevation Gain: 12,064 ft
Avg Speed: 10.0 mph
Avg HR: 113 bpm
Calories: 14,288 C
Max Distance: 39.73 mi
Max Avg Speed: 13.1 mph
Come what May:

Hiking Totals
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3 Activities
29.70 miles
12:05:02 h:m:s
Elevation Gain: 7,927 ft
Avg Speed: 2.5 mph
Avg HR: 99 bpm
Calories: 2,675 C
Max Distance: 13.16 mi
Max Avg Speed: 2.8 mph

Cycling Totals
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5 Activities
48.49 miles
3:59:16 h:m:s
Elevation Gain: 610 ft
Avg Speed: 12.2 mph
Avg HR: 100 bpm
Calories: 1,170 C
Max Distance: 11.62 mi
Max Avg Speed: 14.4 mph

Skating Totals
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33 Activities
451.83 miles
39:33:45 h:m:s
Elevation Gain: 10,994 ft
Avg Speed: 11.4 mph
Avg HR: 118 bpm
Calories: 16,197 C
Max Distance: 39.77 mi
Max Avg Speed: 14.5 mph

Total Totals
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41 Activities
530.02 miles
55:38:04 h:m:s
Elevation Gain: 19,531 ft
Avg Speed: 9.5 mph
Avg HR: 113 bpm
Calories: 20,042 C
Max Distance: 39.77 mi
Max Avg Speed: 14.5 mph

May wasn't bad at all. No rain at all except for a day lost during a business trip to Fort Collins. Total was back over 500 miles. Way better than April.

Not much cycling. Cycling is usually rain day alternate for skating and there just wasn't any need for that.

Hiking is usually not worth elaborating on. I hike mostly for social rather than athletic reasons. May, though, included an unusual monster with a groups whose hikes are usually not challenge at all. 4600 feet of elevation gain over the space of 13 miles. A Garmin training effect of 2.9 in an activity that almost always rates under 2.0. (By comparison, only social and very slow skates rate under 2.0)

I'm already half way through June now. My skate commute pace is picking up. Volume is steady, owing to the lack of any business trips to date or scheduled. Except for the one rotten wet skate to work, it is shaping up to be a very good month.
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