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Training Log Archive: BigWillyStyle

In the 7 days ending Jan 18, 2015:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running4 2:09:11 14.7(8:47) 23.66(5:28) 245
  Cycling1 56:00 13.55(14.5/h) 21.81(23.4/h) 200
  Orienteering1 40:38 3.61(11:15) 5.81(7:00) 32512c
  Strength1 27:00
  Total7 4:12:49 31.86 51.27 77012c

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Sunday Jan 18, 2015 #

Note

Oh my dear god

Saturday Jan 17, 2015 #

11 AM

Orienteering race 40:38 [4] *** 3.61 mi (11:15 / mi) +325m 8:48 / mi
12c

8:28/km

WIOL 6, The Ebey. It seemed to me that with only 12 controls and a bit of an overabundance of trail running, the course didn't take full advantage of what the venue has to offer. Still, 6-7-8-9 was a nice string of tricky legs with non-obvious route choices.

I lost time in the green leaving 1 and 7-8, and bailing on my route to 7, but had a generally clean run overall and was a bit surprised to see Jourdan clear me by two minutes. All things being equal I think he has a little more pure speed than I do (not that that's uncommon). I foresee him in the money at Sprint Camp, possibly challenging for a top-three. He's also going to be my travel buddy for Team Trials, which is fantastic.

Gina and I are gallantly attempting to hold the Kiwis off in the season standings, but they are closing...fast. Good news (for me) is I only need a second place at the last race to clinch. Ironically, this is thanks to the grumpy Latvian taking second way back at WIOL 1. Additional good news: calf didn't bother me at all.
12 PM

Running warm up/down 11:31 [2] 1.12 mi (10:17 / mi)

8 PM

Strength 27:00 [3]

Friday Jan 16, 2015 #

4 PM

Running 43:30 [3] 5.08 mi (8:34 / mi) +75m 8:11 / mi

Shake shake shake shake shake, shake it out, shake it out

Wednesday Jan 14, 2015 #

Note

I think I'll take a couple days off so I can get right for the Ebey on Saturday. Stretching and massaging the calf.

Tuesday Jan 13, 2015 #

5 PM

Running 1:03:57 [3] 7.47 mi (8:34 / mi) +150m 8:03 / mi

Here is an academic essay I read yesterday which makes some thought-provoking points about the darker side of society's implicit definitions of masculinity. Fair warning: it is not emotionally light reading.

Monday Jan 12, 2015 #

4 PM

Cycling 56:00 [3] 13.55 mi (14.5 mph) +200m

I now hypothesize that my aggrieved left calf is experiencing sympathy pains for Aaron Rodgers' left calf, and as soon as he is defeated by the Seahawks the pains will stop.
5 PM

Running warm up/down 10:13 [2] 1.03 mi (9:55 / mi) +20m 9:21 / mi

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