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Training Log: Fzendt

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 3:10:00 9.44(20:07) 15.2(12:30) 414
  Power Yoga3 2:45:00
  Weight training3 1:30:00
  Total8 7:25:00 9.44 15.2 414
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Wednesday Oct 28 #

4 PM

Weight training (arms and shoulders) 30:00 [3]

5 PM

Power Yoga (Intermediate/Advanced lev) 45:00 [3]

A good workout. Thought I would feel stiff or tired from the long O run yesterday, but felt fine.
Take-out Indian food for dinner tonight. It was delicious.

Tuesday Oct 27 #

12 PM

Orienteering (training run) 2:00:00 [4] 8.4 km (14:17 / km) +350m 11:49 / km
shoes: VJ Falcon

Went down to FDR and ran the Blue course I streamered for our meet next month. It went really well. Haven't done an 8.4km course in a long time. 120min flat! Pretty excited about that, managed to keep moving the whole course (helps having hung the streamers first but still...). Really psyched about spiking number 7 on the long leg. Took the straight route, contouring for about 500m. Seems like a pretty good, interesting course - hopefully everyone else will also like it.

When heading from the last control to the parking lot about a dozen police cars with blue lights on went whizzing by. Learned later that Biden was campaigning in Warm Springs and Atlanta today. I'm guessing I saw his caravan going by on a Warm Springs - Pine Mountain - I85 route to Atlanta.

Monday Oct 26 #

5 PM

Weight training (arms and shoulders) 30:00 [3]

6 PM

Power Yoga 1:00:00 [3]

Sunday Oct 25 #

5 PM

Weight training (arms and shoulders) 30:00 [3]

6 PM

Power Yoga (Intermediate/Advanced lev) 1:00:00 [3]

Saturday Oct 24 #

5 PM

Orienteering race 1:10:00 [4] 6.8 km (10:18 / km) +64m 9:50 / km
shoes: VJ Falcon

Dauset Trails Night-O, although I opted for a 5:15pm daylight start/run. Started to rain almost immediately after I started. Which naturally means my glasses fogged up and made it very difficult to read the map. I gotta figure out something to keep that from happening, it's very frustrating. The redeeming factor is it kind of forces me to read the map once and memorize the leg because there's no reading while running possible! Disappointing that the rain took some of the starch out of the evening. It was a fun course - Score-O with 25 controls along 5.7km straight line distance. Time limit was 3 hours or 9pm, whichever came first. I managed to hit all the controls in 70 min even with the rain/glasses handicap. The running actually felt pretty good, kept moving the whole time (except when stopping to map read). Thought I would feel tired from the week's activities but really didn't.
Last start was 7:45 - there were couple dozen people who did the actual in-the-dark night-O. I hung around to help pick up controls. Not much fun going out in the dark and rain. How the real night-O'ers did so well impresses me. Although given the high beam headlamps they had it must make a nice difference compared to my pitiful flashlight.

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