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Training Log Archive: BigWillyStyle

In the 7 days ending Feb 8, 2015:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling3 2:50:32 42.14(14.8/h) 67.82(23.9/h) 800
  Orienteering1 40:03 3.73(10:45) 6.0(6:41) 17510c
  Total4 3:30:35 45.87(4:35) 73.82(2:51) 97510c

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Saturday Feb 7, 2015 #

11 AM

Orienteering race 40:03 [3] ** 6.0 km (6:41 / km) +175m 5:50 / km
10c (sick)

Felt slow and sluggish, but leg didn't hurt, even when I went close to full speed, so woo! Jourdan won again today, which means we finished the winter series in a dead heat for first, which means I half-accomplished my goal. But I'm not injured anymore!

Friday Feb 6, 2015 #

5 PM

Cycling 1:13:32 [3] 18.03 mi (14.7 mph) +500m

Shin is feeling much better now, the area of acute pain is shrinking and the vague shooting pains have all but disappeared. I think I'm on schedule to be healthy for Sprint Camp, if not entirely fit.

Also, made the Performance team this year!

Wednesday Feb 4, 2015 #

5 PM

Cycling 49:17 [3] 12.08 mi (14.7 mph) +150m

Truly, a miserable day for cycling. I hate being injured.

When I move on to the next realm, if I've improved the world in some small way I'll spend eternity riding a bicycle down a summery hill. If I've made the world a worse place, it will be raining.

Monday Feb 2, 2015 #

4 PM

Cycling 47:43 [3] 12.03 mi (15.1 mph) +150m

Leg is still not feeling good...starting to get worried. And to make matters worse, now I have to wear a CSU jersey.

If one were to conduct an thought experiment on the parallels between the Seahawks/Cascade and the Patriots/CSU, one might in fact conclude that the similarities go deeper than mere geography. One might note that the Seattlites finally broke through in 2014 after years of futility and one or two near-misses, and the New Englanders have won several championships in recent times while employing various tactics of dubious legal and moral validity, clothing themselves in highly unfashionable attire, and in general being less debonair. Interesting, what one might conclude.

Seattle Times front page headline: "DEFLATED"

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