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Training Log Archive: AliC

In the 7 days ending Jul 7:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hiking1 2:30:00 6.25(24:00) 10.06(14:55)
  Running3 2:10:39 6.78 10.91
  Orienteering1 55:13 4.77(11:35) 7.68(7:12)
  Strength1 45:00
  Stroller jog/run1 40:08 3.53(11:22) 5.68(7:04)
  Total5 7:01:00 21.33 34.33

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Saturday Jul 7 #

Orienteering 41:25 [3] 3.63 mi (11:25 / mi)

Green @ Lacamas Lake

Was 19s slower to the first control on Round 2. Guess attempt #1 stole some of my oomph...

Running 13:10 [1] 1.43 mi (9:13 / mi)

Finding my way back.

Orienteering 13:48 [3] 1.14 mi (12:06 / mi)

Failed attempt at Green @ Lacamas Lake. Flung myself into the green woods, emerged with only the tiny corner of the map I was holding onto. Given the number of nettles, I opted to try to make my way back without a map instead of searching for it....

Running 5:38 [1] 0.54 mi (10:26 / mi)

Thursday Jul 5 #

Running 48:07 [2] 4.81 mi (10:00 / mi)

10 x 30s as fast as possible, around Reed

Need some speed...

Wednesday Jul 4 #

Running 1:03:44 intensity: (23:44 @1) + (40:00 @3)

2 x 20 min tempo @ Powell Butte

Monday Jul 2 #

Strength 45:00 [1]

Pilates. Got up early from camping and made it back just in time to get all our paperwork together and get to the PO for our apt to get Sylvia a passport. She was a bit sullen, so has a very pouty passport photo for the next 5 years...

And then into work to sort out student projects. But still snuck away at lunch to Pilates. Because I'm pretty bad at getting core work in on my own and really it's still gotta get in!

Stroller jog/run 40:08 [1] 3.53 mi (11:22 / mi)

Stroller jog upon return home from work. This is a busier week because day care has summer break with July 4th. And Tom has job applications to fill out.

Sunday Jul 1 #

Hiking 2:30:00 [1] 6.25 mi (24:00 / mi)

Hiking at Silver Falls State Park with Tom and Sylvia. Sylvia was in the framed hiking pack and seemed a happy camper until near the end. At which point, I gave her the map, which she proceeded to eat. And then a few hours later, throw up over everything. Parenting whoops.

Lots of waterfalls, and also lots of people! Especially at the beginning. Including lots of babies. Lots of baby-carrying devices, including not rugged strollers on the trails.

Good hike for before 2nd edition of camping with baby, which went better. She didn't initially want to sleep (so was up until 10pm!), but then woke up once in the middle of the night and once at 5am, which was way better than last time. She mostly stayed in her mini-tent within our tent, but we bought an extra sleeping pad and that totally helped. Then I could roll over to her without getting cold + uncomfy. And she'll use it sometime down the road anyways...

Think the mini-tent is our sleeping plan for her both at NAOCs and up at the cottage with my family, so hoping to get her accustomed to it.

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