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Training Log: Lori

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 1:57:04 4.1(28:33) 6.6(17:44) 33522c
  Running2 1:34:35 10.5(9:00) 16.9(5:36)
  Stretching3 20:00
  Total3 3:51:39 14.6 23.5 33522c
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Tuesday Mar 19 #

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Ugh. Sick. Turns out bringing a thousand people from all over the world together in one place and then not having them sleep enough is a great way to incubate viruses. Alas.

Sunday Mar 17 #

Orienteering 1:57:04 [3] *** 6.6 km (17:44 / km) +335m 14:09 / km
22c shoes: Brooks Running 20

Red at Joe Grant County Park with Presto! Sam met me in San Jose on the way back from the conference and we headed out to today's BAOC meet. I was exhausted from the conference to start, so I knew today was going to be pretty slow, and my body did not disappoint. The course was super steep with lots and lots of side hilling. It was a lot of fun, but I was slow... I had a few pretty serious misses on two controls where I was very close but was a bit confused by the vegetation mapping and couldn't quite wrap my mind around where the control should be. I also got a pretty substantial blister on the bottom of my foot from all the side hilling and then was unmotivated to run very fast the rest of the time. Still lots of fun!

Stretching 10:00 [3]

Normal stretching back home after meeting up with a bunch of former and current labmates that were in town for the conference. Presto spent the entire picnic playing with a bunch of 5-8 year olds, which was completely adorable. Presto was the perfect mixture of safe and scary for them. They wanted to pet him, but they'd do it sort of from a far and only pet his butt. Every time he turned around to look at them, they'd all scream and then when he turned back around they'd all crowd back around him again. He had a pack of 4 kids following him around for several hours :-).

Saturday Mar 16 #

Running 44:44 [3] 5.0 mi (8:57 / mi)
shoes: Brooks Running 20

Running at Asilomar! Another quick after lunch run. My stomach was even more displeased this time, but it was still good to get out. Lots of fun running over the dunes. This must be a bad time for marine mammals because I haven’t seen a single seal, sea lion, or otter the entire week.

Stretching 5:00 [3]

Short stretch before bed in the hotel.

Thursday Mar 14 #

Running 49:51 [3] 5.5 mi (9:04 / mi)
shoes: Brooks Running 20

Running at Asilomar! Snuck out during the lunch break today. Running right after lunch definitely wasn’t ideal, but it was better than not running, so I headed on out. It was gorgeous and sunny with a nice breeze and awesome looking waves. The dunes were kind of invading the boardwalk, so the run was quite a bit more hardcore than I was expecting. Sliding down the super steep sand dunes on the boardwalk was awesomely fun!

Stretching 5:00 [3]

Short stretch before bed in the hotel.

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