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Training Log: ccsteve

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Exercises1 2:00:00
  Orienteering1 1:12:50 3.42(21:19) 5.5(13:15)
  Morning Run2 42:40 4.0(10:40) 6.44(6:38)
  Total4 3:55:30 7.42 11.94
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Wednesday Jun 20 #

Morning Run (Trails) 22:00 [3] 2.0 mi (11:00 / mi)

Out back... 5.5 min first 1/2 mile, 11:00 trail loop, 5.5 min last 1/2 mile.

Tuesday Jun 19 #

Exercises (Rock Climbing) 2:00:00 [4]

Another session, 21 total, one blue, one new extra-tall "sandstone only", negative incline wall (woot). Apparently as of 2 sessions ago our team was in second place. I hear there are prizes, so we're excited.

Saturday Jun 16 #

Orienteering race 1:12:50 [5] 5.5 km (13:15 / km)
shoes: Icebug Spirit 4

Oatka Red, hot clear day.

Enjoyed the chance to get out on a course that had some trail run sections with route choices.

Apparently the overgrowth concealed a trail here an there - I didn't see one at all until picking up controls and was - oh yeah - that is there. [didn't affect me, but did affect Rachael]

1 - nice run leg to get warmed up.

2 - took the road option and then north past 9. The cut through the green hash was a bit more struggle than I thought. [Interestingly, Rachael took the trail West further specifically to avoid that - good for her]

3 - and I am not the only one saying this - no other choice than to bash really, but after I thought I was past the stone fence headed to 5 I said "huh - that's odd that there's such a big unmapped pit here, I'll have to tell someone later... But happy to say I corrected and said - hmmm - what if I'm not right there... and sure enough, there's a pit near 8 and that was helpful. Ended up getting distracted in the circle and lost time there.

5 - took the unmapped trail to 5. Rachael says it was blazed too though I didn't see that aspect.

6 - seemed to be much further down the trail than I thought, but no real loss except hesitation. [had been seeing Mitch through this area]

7/8 - not as certain as I thought I would be there. Must be that the overgrowth and pitting slow me down more than I think because I expected both sooner.

9 - Think I lost Mitch on this one, I took East then South on trails and it worked for me.

10 - Took East then North on trails,and I think that was common. Cut in to the trail by 10 reasonably well. [back and forth with Nathan in here]

11/12/13 - a nice set of controls that required concentration.

14 - Kind of the reverse of 9-10, and I kept my legs moving. Apparently lost Nathan here as he went the other side and missed. [He was still faster overall, guess he started after me]

My speed has been hovering at 90 and this was 89, so right in the ballpark. 6 minutes lost and I can believe that.

One fastest split - leg 7 - not sure how I did that other than looking to hustle out of 6 a bit.

But nice day out in the woods.

Friday Jun 15 #

Morning Run (Trails) 20:40 [3] 2.0 mi (10:20 / mi)
shoes: Merrell All Out Peak #1

Hmm, feeling like returning to an old friend int he park trails out behind the house. Guess it really has been a while. 5 min first 1/2 mile, 10:40 trail loop, 5 min last 1/2 mile. Every green thing has grown a foot, need to prune the trail again.

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