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Peters log surfski to valo

Published on June 22nd, 2014 | by Peter Svensson

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Long slow distance in flat condtions

The length of the first surfski races in the Swedish Cup are between 15-19 km and my long distance training sessions have been about 90 min.  But I’m planning to participate in a 55 km flat water race in August and also the Seamasters by the end of August, which is 25 km. So I need some longer training sessions prior these races. Today I woke up early and had a beautiful paddle to the paddling club’s outer harbour, the light house of Valö, south of Göteborg. It’s approx 12,5 km one way (total of 25.2 km according to my GPS). It was totally flat and I focused to keep my pulse about 70% of max heart rate. Even if keept a slow pace I felt tired at the end, that I didn’t expected. Some more paddling coming up tomorrow. Chet Burt from Think New Zealand is visiting Sweden and we are going for a paddle north of Göteborg. Looking forward to that!


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