In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||Orienteering||1|| 1:22:07|| 6.3||(13:02)|| 10.14||(8:06)|| 152||18c|
| ||Running||3|| 58:29|| 6.07||(9:38)|| 9.77||(5:59)|| 59|
| ||Core||2|| 25:00|
| ||Workout||1|| 17:00|
| ||Stretching||1|| 10:00|
| ||Total||5|| 3:12:36|| 12.37|| 19.91|| 211||18c|
|averages - rhr:62|
Running 35:11  6.0 km (5:52 / km) +59m 5:35 / km
6k on Burke Gilman. I'm getting quite used to running in a mask full time. Also my time has been increasing greatly! This would have taken me 2+ more minutes 4 weeks ago.
A question for the experienced/college orienteering community on nutrition:
How do you eat well in college? Or at all?
I feel like in college I am getting one or two meals a day, but training in some capacity every day. I feel like I don't have time to eat between classes and training. If I have a 20 min lunch break, it's less than an hour before my workout and I am afraid of getting sick during my run. Also after doing a run, I always lose my appetite. So I almost always end up skipping lunch and depending on the day, sometimes breakfast or dinner. Being vegetarian with a dairy allergy doesn't help because sometimes the dining hall just has very limited options where it feels like I have to motivate myself to eat the same meal for the 3rd or 4th time that week.
Due to this lack of nutrition I definitely feel weaker, especially since this is the most physical training I've dedicated myself to in the last few years. I'm used to eating 3 meals a day and I hope to get back there at some point.
Do people have advice on how to time out meals? Or good nutritious food to eat before running that won't make you sick? Or even easy vegetarian meals to make as a college student?
Thank you very much for helping me!
Running warm up/down 11:08  1.08 mi (10:19 / mi)
Warm up run doing loops in the parking lot.
Orienteering 1:22:07  *** 6.3 mi (13:02 / mi) +152m 12:08 / mi
ahr:186 max:198 18c
First WIOL meet of the season! I had a very clean race and I was very happy with my fitness. Running all 6.3 miles in a mask was tough work too, but worth it to keep WIOL happening! This was also my first intercollegiate meet and long advanced is definitely a step up from varsity. But I definitely crushed it, thanks to Caroline's training plan, which made the 6.3 miles and many hills much more tolerable.
Core 10:00 
Core with the team!
Core 15:00 
3 sets of:
Running 12:10  1.26 mi (9:39 / mi)
2 km shake out run
Workout 17:00 
HIIT workout with Caroline, Siri and Kirsten
Stretching 10:00 
10 min of stretching...quite sore after hill repeats
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