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Training Log Archive: Cristina

In the 7 days ending Sep 17:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering3 3:31:08 8.58 13.81 25929c
  Running4 2:25:01 13.23(10:58) 21.28(6:49) 373
  Cycling1 40:00
  Strength/Core1 30
  Total8 6:36:39 21.8 35.09 63229c
  [1-5]8 6:36:04

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Sunday Sep 17 #

1 PM

Running (dirt/trail) 1:12:51 intensity: (35 @0) + (23:12 @1) + (48:24 @2) + (28 @3) + (4 @4) + (8 @5) 9.9 km (7:22 / km) +176m 6:45 / km
ahr:147 max:184 shoes: Georgia O (X-Talon 212)

We took Lukas to Holmenkollen today for the ski association's family day. He tried "skiing" (they have a little summer track set up) and insisted on going around three more times, so I think we're set on a primary winter activity this year. I ran home via the north side of Vettakollen, some dirt roads and some very mushy trail. My legs were tired when I got started (surprise! you're out of shape!) and I was glad that I didn't need to go up very much.

Saturday Sep 16 #

12 PM

Running warm up/down 10:00 [2] 1.82 km (5:30 / km)
shoes: Eton & Eccles (O-Roc 280)

My warm up today consisted of chasing and carrying Lukas around the småtroll and then frantically delivering him to the kid watching area and racing to the start in the nick of time after finding out that Melissa had missed a train and wouldn't make it before the start closed. (I only sort of made it. I was there two minutes before the official end of the start window but they had already taken almost everything down!)

First time leaving Lukas at one of these and I had very little time to explain to him what was happening and why I was leaving him with a bunch of strangers. Plus Melissa's phone was dead so I didn't know if she'd made the next train nor whether she really knew where to go and where Lukas was going to be. A little stressed. Thankfully he handled it better than I did, thanks mostly to the dump truck he found right away.
1 PM

Orienteering 1:01:06 intensity: (2:14 @1) + (19:07 @2) + (31:00 @3) + (7:09 @4) + (1:36 @5) *** 4.95 km (12:21 / km) +121m 11:00 / km
ahr:166 max:195 13c shoes: Eton & Eccles (O-Roc 280)

Open course at Høstløpet in Oppegård.

It was beautiful and warm fall day. My out of shape body cooperated as well as could be expected but my mind was overactive and focused on everything except the orienteering. I was fairly unsmooth. Nice to get out. Reminded that I am in pretty awful shape.

Livelox
8 PM

Strength/Core 30 [3]

Whoops, been neglecting the pullup work. Thankfully I don't seem to have reversed the progress I had made.

Friday Sep 15 #

7 AM

Running (road) 20:12 intensity: (6:51 @1) + (13:10 @2) + (11 @3) 3.71 km (5:27 / km)
ahr:150 max:166 shoes: Watapana (NB Zante3)

In to work, with a transition to a city bike to finish the trip (7 min) and get to the office with a few minutes to get comfortable before the breakfast meeting.

Thursday Sep 14 #

5 PM

Running (road) 41:58 intensity: (21:20 @1) + (20:14 @2) + (24 @3) 5.86 km (7:10 / km) +197m 6:08 / km
ahr:144 max:171 shoes: Watapana (NB Zante3)

Home from work. I like my job a lot. Is it too early to say that? Am I jinxing myself?

Wednesday Sep 13 #

5 PM

Cycling (road) 40:00 [2]

To and from Løp og Lek. I was not expecting it to rain. Got soaked. Tried out my glued shoe. It survived.

Orienteering 30:00 [2]
shoes: Georgia O (X-Talon 212)

Had a very eager first-time orienteer today at LoL. Good times.

Tuesday Sep 12 #

10 AM

Orienteering 2:00:02 intensity: (1:00:17 @1) + (51:36 @2) + (7:47 @3) + (18 @4) + (4 @5) *** 8.86 km (13:33 / km) +138m 12:34 / km
ahr:137 max:182 16c shoes: Montalbano (O-Roc 280)

Setting out controls for tonight's 7-70. Didn't have to spend too much time double checking myself because the locations were pretty clear with a map that still has trails and isn't mostly white. I hope people have fun tonight!

Ok here's the map with Anders' route. He did it without a compass, proving that I overestimated the difficulty:

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