Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Training Week -- 1/11 - 1/17

More of the same, especially trying to do hard efforts after 3+ hrs of riding. Endurance is good; short-term recovery is improving noticeably; climbing is still too weak; day-to-day recovery is terrible.

Mon: 0
Tue: 5 hrs; 8:00 roco + lunchtime hammerfest, hard pulls
Wed: 1 hr; recovery
Thu: 1.5 hr; OSM (10000:11111) + 75% Painted Caves
Fri: 1 hr; easy
Sat: 5 hr; around Casitas, some hard pulls
Sun: 3.5 hr; 1/2 of Worlds + a little extra, really fatigued

Total: 17 hours

7 comments:

TnA said...

You did OSM in 32:63?

Or, did you mean 16:31?

I'm definitely no binary maven (being a mechanical engineer and all), but I think you might have too many digits in those binary numbers...(you didn't actually think that bit of obfuscation would work, did you?)

Marco Fanelli said...

> I'm definitely no binary maven...

Indeed, apparently you're not.

TnA said...

Hmmm...let's do this manually. The number in front of the colon is 100000, which by my memory is (1x2^5)= 32 , no?

TnA said...

Hey! Did you edit that? Or was I just seeing too many zeros our something...doh!

Marco Fanelli said...

You probably made the very common mistake of forgetting that the last digit in binary represents the final 1 or 0 when summing up powers of 2.

16 = 1*2^4 + 0*2^3 + 0*2^2 + 0*2^1 + 0*2^0

&

31 = 1*2^4 + 1*2^3 + 1*2^2 + 1*2^1 + 1*2^0

TnA said...

Hah! I got you to admit your time...hehehe...

Seriously though...I think I just had an optical delusion of some sort (I blame it on your dark blog background :-P )and thought those were 6 digit binary numbers instead of 5...

It's a good think I'm not a programmer.

Anonymous said...

Nerdfight!!!!!!!!!

OMG, what damage a little boredom can do...