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Old September 4th, 2018, 05:11 AM   #205
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And more fun in the Sun in August:

Hiking Totals
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1 Activities
10.19 miles
6h:10m:01s
Elevation Gain: 1,503 ft
Avg Speed: 1.7 mph
Avg HR: 79 bpm
Calories: 808 C
Max Distance: 10.19 miles
Max Avg Speed: 1.7 mph

Cycling Totals
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3 Activities
27.21 miles
2h:09m:21s
Elevation Gain: 312 ft
Avg Speed: 12.6 mph
Avg HR: 101 bpm
Calories: 623 C
Max Distance: 9.71 miles

Skating Totals
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34 Activities
453.12 miles
39h:37m:08s
Elevation Gain: 11,037 ft
Avg Speed: 11.4 mph
Avg HR: 117 bpm
Calories: 15,839 C
Max Distance: 44.04 miles
Max Avg Speed: 13.9 mph

Total Totals
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46 Activities
499.15 miles
49h:21m:51s
Elevation Gain: 12,946 ft
Avg Speed: 10.1 mph
Avg HR: 112 bpm
Calories: 18,220 C
Max Distance: 44.04 miles
And now for August 2018:

Cycling Activity (just 1)
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Total Distance 7.34 mi
Max Distance 7.34 mi
Total Activity Time 37:20 h:m:s
Activity Calories 168 C
Average Speed 11.8 mph
Max Speed 21.3 mph
Average Heart Rate 97 bpm
Max Heart Rate 117 bpm

Scooter Totals
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Activities 4
Total Distance 4.16 mi
Max Distance 1.10 mi
Total Activity Time 38:25 h:m:s
Activity Calories 456 C
Average Speed 6.5 mph
Max Speed 12.7 mph

Skating Totals
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Activities 31
Total Distance 453.20 mi
Max Distance 62.77 mi (100K on Canada Road)
Total Activity Time 39:30:02 h:m:s
Activity Calories 18,310 C
Average Speed 11.4 mph
Max Speed 39.4 mph (new personal course record)
Average Heart Rate 116 bpm
Max Heart Rate 225 bpm (bogus)
Max Average Speed 18.8 (Rollin' on the River Marathon)

Total Totals
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Activities 37
Total Distance 474.07 mi
Max Distance 62.77 mi
Total Activity Time 45:45:29 h:m:s
Activity Calories 19,703 C
Average Speed 10.6 mph
Max Speed 39.4 mph
Average Heart Rate 114 bpm
Max Heart Rate 225 bpm

Numbers are down a little from last year. This is a little surprising since I swapped a relatively sedentary eclipse trip for a race and I snuck in a 100K training skate.

One thing that is very different is heat. Summer of 2017 got seriously hot several times. Despite the high temperatures in the fire zones, the Bay Area has been surprisingly temperate. I'm actually a little concerned. I'm doing A2A this year. Low temperatures have made it easier for me to fit in long skates (72 miles yesterday) as my hydration needs can be met with a single 3L Camelbak. The downside is that Georgia gets hot, I may not be as ready.

September should be exciting as I have not one, but two races. Back to back weekends, even. Duluth on 15th and New York 100K on the 22nd.
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