"He's soft and he's fat and he's wearing my cloths and he was born on my birthday
and he's getting too old and I'm afraid if I stop running, he'll catch up with me."
- Nike motivational poster

March 2017

- 30 minutes of some form of exercise 5 days a week
- Core strength & conditioning
- Rowing, cycling, paddling, kettelbells
- Slow movement hikes
- Natural movement workouts
- Olympic Lifts (adjust loads as needed)
- Sand bag training
- Play different sports
- Sprint workouts

March Workouts

Days This Month: 31
Some form of exercise: 6 of 27 days
Approx. exercise hours: 9.5
Approx. hiking/climbing miles: 14.0
Paddling miles: 0.0
Cycling miles: 6.75

March WORKOUTS AT A GLANCE -
3/13 - Clover Springs Speed Hike
3/14 - PFC Gym/Lifting, Core Strengthening & Conditioning
3/21 - Cycling/ PFG Gym Lifting
3/22 - Speed Hike/PFC Gym Core & Lift
3/25 - Point Arena Hike
3/27 - Clover Springs Speed Hike/PFC Gym Lifting

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Location: Sonoma County Backroads

Workout: Endurance > 90, Uphill Endurance
Cycling / Road Bike - Warm Springs Dam, Rockpile Road
From Home, Ride to the Visitor's Center at Lake Sonoma. Then up Rockpile Road 7 miles. Rip down and back home.
Total Miles: 30.2
Time: 02:04:20

Max Speed: 49.5
The public launch from Warm Springs Bridge


Lake Sonoma Marina



Slosh Pipe
I put together a Slosh Pipe today.
It cost about $40.00, which is about $20.00 more then it should have, but our local ACE
Hardware didn't carry 4" PVC so I used ABS pipe and fittings. After gathering all the materials, it took about 15 minutes to put the whole thing together.
This, plus some PVC cement and water is about all you need


At 34 lbs., getting it overhead isn't the issue

About the time you think it's stable, the water sloshes and it takes everything you have to keep it from going to the ground


Slosh Pipe
length: 9'2"
Diameter: 4"
Weight: 34 lbs.
Filled half full with 3 gallons of water

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The logs listed on this site are workouts I have put together for myself. They are not meant as examples to teach others, but only as a way for me to track my own progression.

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