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Training Log Archive: BigWillyStyle

In the 7 days ending Apr 19, 2015:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running7 3:59:56 31.15(7:42) 50.13(4:47) 510
  Orienteering1 59:13 3.41(17:23) 5.48(10:48) 27513c
  Total8 4:59:09 34.56(8:39) 55.61(5:23) 78513c

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Saturday Apr 18, 2015 #

3 PM

Running 32:12 [3] 4.01 mi (8:02 / mi) +50m 7:44 / mi

4 PM

Orienteering 59:13 [3] *** 5.48 km (10:48 / km) +275m 8:38 / km
13c

5 PM

Running 25:32 [3] 3.06 mi (8:21 / mi) +50m 7:56 / mi

Friday Apr 17, 2015 #

7 PM

Running 1:08:26 [3] 9.07 mi (7:33 / mi) +200m 7:04 / mi

Not sure if I've mentioned this on my log before, but for a long time orienteering was classified in my brain as a family activity. Then it somewhat abruptly became a "me" thing for a while a couple years back, but almost as soon as it did, I started on the path to where I am, such that now any time I go to a local, regional, or national event, I look forward to seeing lots of cool people whom I consider friends just as much (or sometimes more) as I look forward to racing, which I find to be a great thing.

And if you're reading this, whether from the Seattle area, West Coast, East Coast, Canada, Europe, or wherever, chances are you've been a part of that. So thanks, and keep being your awesome selves.

Thursday Apr 16, 2015 #

5 PM

Running 41:27 [3] 6.25 mi (6:38 / mi) +30m 6:32 / mi

I'm not sure what to call this run, but it typifies my last few days. For some reason I've been in a funk training-wise since the weekend; I've been purposeless and unable to clear my mind and find focus.
6 PM

Running 8:52 [3] 1.14 mi (7:47 / mi)

9 PM

Running 14:46 [2] 1.62 mi (9:07 / mi) +80m 7:54 / mi

Tuesday Apr 14, 2015 #

6 PM

Running 48:41 [3] 6.0 mi (8:07 / mi) +100m 7:43 / mi

Tried to do some trail mile repeats, did one and felt like crap. So went home with a feeling of physical and mental defeat for the day. Happens sometimes I suppose.

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