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Training Log Archive: eddie

In the 7 days ending Mar 5, 2005:

activity # timemileskm+m
  orienteering2 4:38:54 16.16(17:16) 26.0(10:44)31c
  road run2 1:31:33 11.84(7:44) 19.05(4:48)
  XC Skiing1 1:08:21 3.73(18:20) 6.0(11:24)
  treadmill2 1:00:00 8.08(7:26) 13.0(4:37)
  trail run2 48:43 5.65(8:37) 9.1(5:21)
  Total7 9:07:31 45.45(12:03) 73.15(7:29)31c

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Saturday Mar 5, 2005 #

road run 14:20 [3] 2.0 km (7:10 / km)

Warm up.

orienteering 15:41 [5] 3.55 km (4:25 / km)

Curly Sprint at Norristown.

road run 14:58 [2] 3.0 km (4:59 / km)

Cooldown/warm-up

orienteering 16:15 [5] 3.55 km (4:35 / km)

Larry Sprint at Norristown.

road run 10:00 [2] 1.5 km (6:40 / km)

Cooldown/Warm-up

orienteering 16:58 [5] 4.0 km (4:15 / km)

Moe Sprint at Norristown.

trail run 16:17 [2] 2.0 km (8:09 / km)

Cooldown/control pick-up

Friday Mar 4, 2005 #

trail run 32:26 [3] 7.1 km (4:34 / km)

Trail run in Roland Park. Much warmer and muddier than yesterday.

Thursday Mar 3, 2005 #

road run 52:15 [3] 12.55 km (4:10 / km)

Roland Park. Snow, ice, mud, bare earth, puddles. Cold and windy.

Wednesday Mar 2, 2005 #

treadmill 30:00 [3] 7.0 km (4:17 / km)

Yeah...

Tuesday Mar 1, 2005 #

XC Skiing 1:08:21 [4] 6.0 km (11:24 / km)

Morning ski on the golf course. Got 6-10" of the usual heavy wet stuff (windblown on N sides of treelines was deeper). Breaking trail was a tough workout, but at least the tracks were skiable today. Need to measure the actual distance somehow. My usual loop is a rough figure-8 around the whole place, avoiding line-of-sight with the clubhouse, thus the pinch to a figure 8 in the middle. Track once around, then once more in the tracks.

Monday Feb 28, 2005 #

treadmill 30:00 [3] 6.0 km (5:00 / km)

Ugh. A run on the rat machine. The snow has picked up, so there is hope for tomorrow.

Sunday Feb 27, 2005 #

orienteering 3:50:00 [2] *** 14.9 km (15:26 / km)
31c

Vetting at Kings Gap for upcoming local meet. 4-5" of snow on the ground. Did it all in snowshoes with hiking boots, so it was nearly all walking pace - a little jogging occasionally. It was slow going. Toes held up ok until the last half hour when socks were soaked. The snow really wasn't deep enough for the snowshoes, but they certainly offer better traction than just boots. Can traverse steep slopes easily, and of course straight up or down is excellent. I think spikes would have been best given the conditions, but my toes would have been frozen after the first 500m. Lots of climb. A beautiiful sunny day ~32F. Saw some parts of the map I've never been on too, which was a treat.

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