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I wouldn’t worry too much Ian… I generally keep mine at 130-135 with an occasional slight increase where a CTC requires a short sprint

Nice session, with good improvement on previous time, and with lower HR 8)

Short, sharp wrestle with the Erg for the IRL this morning, followed by my usual circuit session, though an increase in weights made things a little tougher than usual :fssmile:

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Ian I have been rowing on drf 120 but recently taking a small leaf out of Claudius`s book & have lowered it to 115 & upped the spm!! Going the opposite way to Paul!!
Mat good splits at such a low spm!!!
Keeping up my plan of a regular 60mins; this time done as a countdown. Last time 13244m/2.15.9/142HR
Wup - 1k
Time dist spm HR split
12:00.0 2658 20 123 02:15.4
11:00.0 2438 20 126 02:15.3
10:00.0 2214 20 131 02:15.5
09:00.0 1992 20 132 02:15.5
08:00.0 1772 20 134 02:15.4
06:00.0 1329 20 134 02:15.4
04:00.0 886 20 135 02:15.4
01:00:00 13284 20 130 02:15.5
CD 1k
Actually quite enjoyed this - unusually for me. split wee bit lower but more important HR average down 12 beats.
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spidermac wrote: Wed Sep 21, 2022 11:59 am Mat good splits at such a low spm!!!
Low? I reached 30’ for the last split :lol: :lol:
Nice hour and a massive reduction in HR ^O^

Cycle workout today… tough going and very sweaty!!

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Well, after PB'ing my Hour of Power yesterday, I decided a little 43.5 mile ride in the woods was just the ticket today. I might just be nuts.
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Draggon wrote: Fri Sep 23, 2022 2:42 am I might just be nuts.
I might just have to agree :lol:

Plan called for a 3x13’ low rate session today… sweaty but not too taxing

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A week of seminar in Mayrhofen is over, the time has passed far too quickly. Unfortunately without a bike this time. A few hikes, some of them quite steep. A bit of meditation. Lots of food and a few convivial beers.
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Nice picture Claudius!

I don’t have the high tech straps you guys do, but here’s how my Fitbit rated this mornings workout (while giving my credit for 12000 steps walked… I think that’s some comment on my form that Fitbit thinks I’m just very energetically walking)

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Claudius wrote: Sat Sep 24, 2022 6:56 pm A week of seminar in Mayrhofen is over, the time has passed far too quickly. Unfortunately without a bike this time. A few hikes, some of them quite steep. A bit of meditation. Lots of food and a few convivial beers.
That sounds like a pretty good week to me 8)

Nice walk Rob :wink:

Course recon ride for me this morning ahead of Tuesday's ZRL Team Time Trial Race in which I'll just be hanging in and helping the team as much as I can before getting dropped and watching the faster riders head on into the distance :lol:

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More good training being posted.
No rowing for me this week but 19700m of swimming- probably one of my biggest weeks.
Did a 4000m session today - my longest for at least 3 years

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Good training Mat, Paul & Rob.
am - climbing training.
pm - longer session today 4x10mins R90s at various spm.
Wup - 1k
Time Dist spm HR split
10:00.0 2266 20 129 02:12.3 - all @20spm
10:00.0 2286 21 135 02:11.2 - 5min ea @ 20+22spm
10:00.0 2326 23 142 02:08.9 - 5min ea @ 22+24spm
10:00.0 2404 24 155 02:04.7 - 4/3/2/1 @ 22;24;26;28spm
40:00.0 9283 22 140 02:09.2
CD - 1k
Definitely the right choice for today, didn`t feel up for pushing that hard. Off up north for 4 days Munro bashing so no rowing for a bit.
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Munro bashing - that sounds awesome - makes me miss my days as a rabid peakbagger working through the California 14ers!


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