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Tuesday Fall Team Challenge Update

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I didn't get as many meters as I wanted tonight primarily because of technical failures. I moved from POLAR H7 back to an old school Garmin ANT+ strap and disabled my USB thumb drive on my PM5 and then needed to swap out a dying Apple iPhone 5 and set up my Samsung S8 Active to work with the ErgData app.
Tuesday Fall Team Challenge Update

Concept2 Fall Team Challenge

I didn't get as many meters as I wanted tonight primarily because of technical failures. I moved from POLAR H7 back to an old school Garmin ANT+ strap and disabled my USB thumb drive on my PM5 and then needed to swap out a dying Apple iPhone 5 and set up my Samsung S8 Active to work with the ErgData app. All works now. So, I only pulled a quick 8,273 meters. I didn't row at all yesterday. 

Date/Time Duration Dist Stroke Pace Watts Cals HR
9/25/2018 22:11 07:26.0 1,300mm 25 02:51.5 69 66 134
9/25/2018 21:36 10:36.0 1,909m 25 02:46.5 76 98 132
9/25/2018 21:13 03:52.8 659m 24 02:56.6 64 33 133
9/25/2018 20:52 10:02.9 1,790m 25 02:48.4 73 91 132
9/25/2018 0:00 15:04.2 2,615m 24 02:52.8 68 125 134
    8,273m 24.6 02:51.2 70 413 133

 

I am now up to 59,508 meters of the 200,000 meters I want to pull before October 15th at midnight.  I am now 29.754% of the way there. Now, onto the Potomac Boat Club team and how we're doing as of Tuesday night. As of tonight, the team of 13 have pulled 325,659 meters and I'm maintaining my number two position in the boat, in terms of meters rowed:

1 Michael McGuirk 76 Bel Air, MD USA 96,973m
2 Chris Abraham 48 Arlington, VA USA 59,508m
3 David Wilson 67 Washington, DC USA 35,000m
4 Parker Sheppard 32 Arlington, VA USA 34,417m
5 Marc Gwadz 52 Washington, DC USA 31,449m
6 nils peterson 70 falls church, VA USA 15,360m
7 Mark Morgan 67 Bethesda, MD USA 14,700m
8 William Massimini 27 Arlington, VA USA 12,852m
9 Esther Lofgren 33 Newport Beach, CA USA 12,000m
10 Laura Lauder 48 Washington, DC USA 11,400m
11 Jim Lynch 77 King George, VA USA 2,000m
12 John Granville 27 Bethesda, MD USA 0m
13 Ethan Bauer 27 Washington, DC USA 0m

 

And then when it comes to the PBC team versus other teams we're the 145th place, down from 125th a couple days ago:

143 Rocky River Rec Center Health/Fitness 331,427m 25 13,257m
144 Corning Community YMCA Health/Fitness 328,809m 7 46,973m
145 Potomac Boat Club On-Water 325,659m 13 25,051m
146 SunDog CrossFit CrossFit 323,214m 10 32,321m
147 CrossFit TFB CrossFit 322,993m 27 11,963m
148 GRIT MILITIA CrossFit 319,323m 14 22,809m

 

Compared only to other On-Water clubs with 6-20 member teams, we're 10th, down from 7th place:

1 Burra indoor On-Water 1,179,791m 11 107,254m
2 RowLA On-Water 1,117,168m 17 65,716m
3 612 Endurance On-Water 698,765m 17 41,104m
4 Bridport Gig Rowing Club On-Water 605,683m 18 33,649m
5 SwanCreek On-Water 500,871m 14 35,777m
6 Hannoverscher Ruder-Club von 1880 e.V. On-Water 488,515m 15 32,568m
7 Gray Knights Rowing Club On-Water 383,715m 9 42,635m
8 Sammamish Rowing Association On-Water 363,215m 13 27,940m
9 Northwich Adults On-Water 362,304m 20 18,115m
10 Potomac Boat Club On-Water 325,659m 13 25,051m
11 Recovery on Water On-Water 297,543m 8 37,193m
12 Maidstone Invicta RC Onliners On-Water 294,830m 13 22,679m

 

And, personally, I am 1,094th place, up from 1,222th place (huzzah!):

1091 Julie Suni F 58 Empty the Tanks 59,634m
1092 Lisa Washburn F 49 Concept2 - Morrisville, VT 59,624m
1093 Todd Quigley M - KLA-Tencor Rowing Club 59,557m
1094 Chris Abraham M 48 Potomac Boat Club 59,508m
1095 Olivier EPAILLY M 48 Aviron Seynois 59,464m
1096 Stan Overby M 60 Greenville Indoor Rowing 59,294m
1097 Paul Limbrey M 46 OC Ruggers 59,200m

 

And if you filter On-Water rowers only, I am 72nd, down from 83rd (huzzah!)

70 Tim McGovern M 54 SwanCreek 60,464m
71 Bob Searl M 56 Eager Ergers 60,000m
72 Chris Abraham M 48 Potomac Boat Club 59,508m
73 Joanna Inkster F 39 Burra indoor 58,790m
74 Daniel Marquard M 29 Hannoverscher Ruder-Club von 1880 e.V. 58,446m

 

I'll do better tomorrow. Now that the tech is sorted. I am feeling really good now. My body is really adapting to the rowing. I do need longer sets, however. I would like to do 30-minute steady states and eveb maybe some 40, 50, and hour long steady state sets. That would be good for my body, good for calorie burning, and good for my discipline. I need more discipline and dedication. Wish me luck!

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