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Old April 4th, 2017, 04:50 AM   #147
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Originally Posted by ese002 View Post
And to the short, wet, month of February:

Hiking Totals
2 Activities
12.23 miles
5:07:11 h:m:s
Elevation Gain: 2,431 ft
Avg Speed: 2.4 mph
Avg HR: 92 bpm
Calories: 937 C
Max Distance: 9.36 mi
Max Avg Speed: 2.9 mph

Cycling Totals
2 Activities
43.39 miles
4:15:43 h:m:s
Elevation Gain: 912 ft
Avg Speed: 10.2 mph
Avg HR: 99 bpm
Calories: 1,007 C
Max Distance: 27.30 mi
Max Avg Speed: 11.5 mph

Skating Totals
14 Activities
332.24 miles
30:16:24 h:m:s
Elevation Gain: 10,338 ft
Avg Speed: 11.0 mph
Avg HR: 118 bpm
Calories: 10,688 C
Max Distance: 39.78 mi
Max Avg Speed: 12.5 mph

Total Totals
18 Activities
387.85 miles
39:39:19 h:m:s
Elevation Gain: 13,681 ft
Avg Speed: 9.8 mph
Avg HR: 113 bpm
Calories: 12,632 C
Max Distance: 9.78 mi
Max Avg Speed: 12.5 mph
And Marching onward:

Hiking Totals
2 Activities
19.15 miles
8:05:17 h:m:s
Elevation Gain: 5,079 ft
Avg Speed: 2.4 mph
Avg HR: 96 bpm
Calories: 1,869 C
Max Distance: 9.82 mi
Max Avg Speed: 2.6 mph

Skating Totals
26 Activities
505.15 miles
45:54:25 h:m:s
Elevation Gain: 14,252 ft
Avg Speed: 11.0 mph
Avg HR: 118 bpm
Calories: 17,450 C
Max Distance: 39.74 mi
Max Avg Speed: 12.9 mph

Total Totals
28 Activities
524.30 miles
53:59:42 h:m:s
Elevation Gain: 19,331 ft
Avg Speed: 9.7 mph
Avg HR: 115 bpm
Calories: 19,319 C
Max Distance: 39.74 mi
Max Avg Speed: 12.9 mph

March was stellar. There were a few rain outs, including the one mentioned during the last report but they weren't overwhelming and I made good progress on the dry days. Curiously, there was even a fake out rain day. The radar clearly showed rain but I went anyway and when I got there I found dry roads. What the hell?

I had no need for the bike. I cranked out over 500 miles on skates, the biggest haul since August and hands down the best month since the Move.

April will certainly be less, and not just because it has one fewer days. I'm starting a new job on Wednesday and travelling the following week. Until I get the skate to work routine down the numbers are going to be meagre.

When that does come, it should be pretty good. The new office is about 10 miles from home. Not all of it is stellar and some is unfamiliar. Almost all is on road so stops will degrade performance but 20 miles per day should bring up the distance stats anyway.
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