12k of easy coastal rowing

Down on the cape. It was foggy when I woke up, but by 9am it was clearing up, the wind was light and the water was nice and flat.

I loaded up my boat and oars and headed to the little beach on the north side of the island.

I wasn’t feeling very ambitious so I just set off to the northwest at r18 and tried to keep my releases clean and blades off the water. My HR stayed weirdly low throughout the whole workout.

https://rowsandall.com/static/plots/20190602-1610530o20190602-161119.png

        Workout Summary - media/20190602-1610530o.csv
--|Total|-Total----|--Avg--|-Avg-|Avg-|-Avg-|-Max-|-Avg
--|Dist-|-Time-----|-Pace--|-Pwr-|SPM-|-HR--|-HR--|-DPS
--|11987|01:08:53.0|02:52.4|000.0|19.4|135.0|151.0|09.0
W-|11693|01:04:52.0|02:46.4|000.0|19.2|136.7|151.0|09.4
R-|00297|00:04:01.2|06:45.5|000.0|23.2|108.5|151.0|00.0
Workout Details
#-|SDist|-Split-|-SPace-|-Pwr-|SPM-|AvgHR|MaxHR|DPS-
01|05184|28:42.8|02:46.2|000.0|18.3|135.1|144.0|09.9
02|05631|31:06.2|02:45.7|000.0|19.6|137.3|147.0|09.2
03|00878|05:03.0|02:52.6|000.0|21.3|142.0|151.0|08.1

A delightful row!

Tomorrow: a Humon Hex threshold test.

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