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Training Log Archive: BigWillyStyle

In the 7 days ending Apr 15, 2018:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 1:38:36 6.91(14:16) 11.13(8:52) 39344c
  Cycling1 1:10:23 18.88(16.1/h) 30.38(25.9/h) 345
  Total3 2:48:59 25.79(6:33) 41.51(4:04) 73844c

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Saturday Apr 14, 2018 #

10 AM

Orienteering race 45:01 intensity: (38 @3) + (44:23 @4) ** 7.55 km (5:58 / km) +169m 5:22 / km
ahr:164 max:178 27c

Thursday Apr 12, 2018 #

5 PM

Orienteering 53:35 intensity: (8:01 @2) + (42:41 @3) + (2:53 @4) *** 3.57 km (15:00 / km) +224m 11:25 / km
ahr:130 max:162 17c

A Tiger Mountain course that was streamered last weekend for a training. This is a Peteris map made with LIDAR, auto-veg, and a bit of field checking, but don't be fooled by the PNW white. 53 minutes for a 3k course gives you a good idea of what Seattle forests are like (though to be fair if I was racing I could've shaved a couple minutes, maybe even five). At one point I was sliding down a ravine and happened to rake my hand down a stalk of Devil's Club, so now I have a palmfull of spines.

Also here is a video that I forgot to share that Greg made at the JWOC TT sprint in Sacramento last month, in which we enjoy a chuckle about the many mistakes I am seen to make.

Monday Apr 9, 2018 #

4 PM

Cycling 1:10:23 intensity: (3:27 @1) + (26:45 @2) + (28:11 @3) + (12:00 @4) 18.88 mi (16.1 mph) +345m
ahr:127 max:166

One of the great things about my new domicile is that it's about a hundred meters from the I-90 bike trail; it was super nice out today so I went for a foray across the bridge and around ye olde Mercer Island loope. Many cyclists about, so lots of opportunities for impromptu competition. It may be time for a crash six-week training regimen - racing myself into shape by default seems to have been the plan thus far, so I'll just need someone to organize six more consecutive three-day orienteering weekends. Thanks in advance.

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