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Training Log Archive: jools

In the 7 days ending Feb 26, 2017:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Step into Life group4 4:00:00 4.01 6.45
  orienteering2 3:04:06 9.2(20:00) 14.81(12:26)
  long slow run1 2:00:00 9.63(12:28) 15.5(7:45)
  Total6 9:04:06 22.84 36.76

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Sunday Feb 26, 2017 #

long slow run 2:00:00 [3] 15.5 km (7:45 / km)
shoes: Asic3000

8am run with Louise around the Marne loop. Very nice run on a lovely morning. Arrived back at Crusoe to catch up with friends f Om Step into Life who had been jogging, walking, riding.

Saturday Feb 25, 2017 #

Step into Life group (Powerflex) 1:00:00 [2]

A good challenging stretch this morning. Lots of shoulder work.

orienteering 2:20:00 [1] 8.03 km (17:26 / km)
shoes: Innov8 bright

Judy and I set out on the night O event expecting to last an hour, but we were out walking after dark. Lovely to be in the forest at Sedgwick at night....

Thursday Feb 23, 2017 #

Step into Life group (Tone up) 1:00:00 [3]

Session with resistence bands at 6am.

Wednesday Feb 22, 2017 #

Step into Life group (Cardiomax) 1:00:00 [4] 6.45 km (9:18 / km)
shoes: Asic3000

Went for a trundle to the top of the Rosalind Park hill, and back to the Weeroona oval. Did a few agility and sprinting drills before setting out. Hot and dry session.

Tuesday Feb 21, 2017 #

orienteering 44:06 [4] 6.78 km (6:30 / km)
shoes: Asic3000

Ran a test Park and Street Challenge session with the smart phone application Maprun. Had a paper map and my phone with the app loaded in a belt. When I arrived at the control sites the phone beeped. This was really fun, and looks like it would be quite easy to set up. The technology is still being tested, but it's got great potential for psc.

Monday Feb 20, 2017 #

Step into Life group (Tone up) 1:00:00 [3]

Tone up session at the civilised time of 9:15am. This is my last chance to attend at this time for a while; I'll be working full time from next week until the 3rd week of March.

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