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Training Log Archive: BorisGr

In the 7 days ending Jul 5:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 2:20:00
  Running3 2:11:47 1.86 3.0
  Cross-Training1 40:00
  T.rex training1 15:00
  Total6 5:26:47 1.86 3.0

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Sunday Jul 5 #

Running 15:00 [2]

Some easy running on the track and running drills while Alli ran her 3km.

T.rex training 15:00 [1]


Smart Lidar people: can anyone find useful Lidar data for Missoula and its surroundings?

Saturday Jul 4 #

Running 1:14:00 [3]

I ran up Mount Sentinel from Missoula and met up on top with Alli and her parents, who had hiked up. It was steep, including a couple of stretches that were too steep for me to run. The time to the peak was about 65 minutes, including two stops. This was just under 2000 feet of climb. We then all walked down together.

Friday Jul 3 #

Running 31:00 [2]

Running race 11:47 [5] 3.0 km (3:56 / km)

So one of us had the bright idea to do a time trial at the beginning of the summer and another one at the end to see if we can improve. After some discussion, 3km was agreed upon, and that was the end of that big talk, I thought. Then - bam! Ross went and ran his 3km, so we all had to do it.

I decided to get it out of the way my first day in Missoula, even though I was feeling pretty beat up from the road, and my back was acting up. I wasn't sure what time to expect, but I thought I could run 90-95 second laps. After one 90 lap, it was quickly apparent that 95 was far closer to the truth. It was a struggle, but after four laps you are already more than halfway, so not too hard to convince yourself to finish. This is certainly the slowest I have felt (or been) in a long time (maybe since early high school), but the hope is to improve from here, so good to have a benchmark.

Wednesday Jul 1 #

Cross-Training 40:00 [3]

Elliptical intervals, 4x4 minutes.

Tuesday Jun 30 #

Orienteering 1:07:00 [3]

2017 Team Trials middle distance, blue course. Green, buggy, and extremely wet. Plus, I am slow. Still fun to do it.

Monday Jun 29 #

Orienteering 29:30 [2]

Putting out flags for Inara for the yellow UsynligO course at Greenbush Trails, WI. This was my first experience with UsynligO, and it worked great! While you couldn't exactly run through the control locations at speed, if you slowed or stopped, the control beeped each time.

Orienteering 43:30 [3]

The UsynligO red/blue course at Greenbush Trails. The woods were very green, and the temperature was in the mid-80s when I started. I managed to only get through about half the course before running out of oomph. Weak. Still, really fun to get out on these maps. I hope to come back here for some races when that becomes a thing again!

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