07 October 2010

training–core | Seattle Multisport

Hours
Sleeping
  Body
Weight
  Body
Fat
 
Pulse
(waking)
  Pulse
(rising)
  Difference  
Time
of Day
gym – 5:30 AM
trainer – 6:00 PM
Distance   Power TT #2 – 320?
Time
(total)
  Time
(moving)
TT #1 – 15:30 ish
TT #2 – 15:25 ish
Time
(stopped)
 
Speed
(overall)
  Speed
(moving)
  Speed
(max)
 
Total
Ascent
  Max
Elevation
  Gradient  
Breakfast  
Lunch  
Dinner  
Workout Food water
Injuries  
Therapy  
Workout Type power test to establish threshold power for future workouts
Weather  
Course
clam knee lifts 3x40 each leg
side leg lifts 3x40 each leg
back extensions 3x30
plank 3 min, 2 min to each side
roman chair knee lifts 3x40
Seattle Multisport
2x10 km TT with 10 min rest in between
Results  
Equipment Rain Bike
Clothing  

This was my first time at Seattle Multisport and man is it a trip.

The facility is a 'loft' studio of sorts that sits on top of some janky looking apartments or homes. That said it is run VERY professionally and Tim – the proprietor – is absolutely on the ball. He used to work for CompuTrainer and apparently helped design the multi-rider software. Nice.

There were seven of us including Ryan D, Greg K, Jeff D and others. We warmed up, did a classic 10 km rolling TT, rested for 10 min and went again. All in an effort to establish a base power number.

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