It was almost all uphill back to the Core Loop. After the other day I was worried but determined to do the whole thing. With faster snow conditions it turned out to be quite do-able; not quite as difficult as a 10-minute metcon. That's how I approached it - steady rate, pause every once in a while to catch my breath and back into it. Very cool.
What I learned: at least in V1 uphill, I may do better with my hips lower down. Sort of a Groucho Marx approach to skiing. ;^=)
CW in 10:45
KW in about 9:45
My phone has a gizmo with a new feature; I can upload a GPS tracked workout. I sent it to my email address so I could copy it to here. There's lots of info, a photo of us, even a link to a map of our exploit. Let's hope it works! Here goes...
Where we've been:
|Date:||Jan 3, 2010 3:13 pm|
|Avg Speed:||4.6 km/h|
|Max Speed:||4.9 km/h|
|Avg Pace:||13' 04" per km|
|Min Altitude:||167 m|
|Max Altitude:||217 m|
Click on this link to display the track in Google Maps. This link will be valid until Feb 2, 2010 1:46 PM PST.
The picture didn't come across, so I've uploaded it for you. Kirsten's baby blues are too cute to miss!