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Training Log Archive: JanetT

In the 7 days ending Aug 23:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Yoga3 2:20:00140.0
  Biking2 2:10:31 16.36(7:59) 26.33(4:57) 115356.5
  Orienteering1 58:45 2.15(27:19) 3.46(16:58) 6311 /11c100%174.8
  Hiking1 52:25 2.14(24:27) 3.45(15:11) 7974.7
  Total7 6:21:41 20.66 33.24 25711 /11c100%746.0
  [1-5]7 6:14:26

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Friday Aug 23 #

Yoga 45:00 [1]

Thursday Aug 22 #

3 PM

Biking 1:05:30 intensity: (20 @0) + (2:48 @1) + (22:48 @2) + (27:03 @3) + (11:41 @4) + (50 @5) 9.48 km (6:55 / km) +36m 6:47 / km
ahr:122 max:161 shoes: Trek DS 3 hybrid

Jordan Parkway, exploring some new to me bike trails and disk golf fairways. Upper 80s with a slight breeze.

Lower humidity, it seemed, than it's been.

Tuesday Aug 20 #

10 AM

Hiking 52:25 intensity: (6:45 @0) + (25:07 @1) + (12:33 @2) + (7:30 @3) + (30 @4) 3.45 km (15:11 / km) +79m 13:38 / km
ahr:100 max:143 shoes: Sauc TriumphISO-silver/gr/blue

Hiked trails on Star Village map near Lehigh Univ while Glen ran them. About 81F but lots of shade.

Lots of emerging Spotted Lanternflies hopped off the trail on my approach. I nailed a few, but most got away. Then there was this...disgusting.

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5 PM

Yoga (Vinyasa) 45:00 [1]

Stretching, mostly, plus lots of balance

Monday Aug 19 #

Yoga 50:00 [1]

Focus: neck and upper back

Sunday Aug 18 #

10 AM

Orienteering race 58:45 intensity: (2:12 @1) + (11:01 @2) + (31:48 @3) + (13:30 @4) + (14 @5) *** 3.46 km (16:58 / km) +63m 15:33 / km
ahr:127 max:159 spiked:11/11c shoes: Inov8 ORoc280-B 2013-10

2.8 km 80m climb Brown course at GREEN Lane Park (and I mean green, tho it wasn't usually spiky), set by Glen. I got there early so I could take over registration such that John G could go out and enjoy the woods too.

Day started out foggy at home, then showers on the way to the site, but it stopped by the time I arrived about 20 minutes before first start. Sun hitting the wet woods plus high humidity anyway meant that everything fogged up--glasses and magnifier--making it hard to read detail.

It seemed like I was moving awfully slow, but other than Sam K (who did better than half my time, as his second course), I was fastest on the course. The navigation didn't seem all that difficult; just finding the less-thick paths through. I tooktrails as much as possible.

2-3 I hesitated a lot (finding open-ish woods before the actual mapped clearing), and 3 to the road I was a bit farther right than expected before the road crossing but was then where I wanted to be leaving the field beyond it. By this time I couldn't see through my glasses though I attempted to clear and use them, struggling, until I was out of the woods from 8-9.

Finished and downloaded and showed two mps. I did have to wait a long time at 1 to wake up the control, but after seeing others in the area through 3-4 I didn't think about it anymore...turned out I hadn't waited long enough to wake those other two up (5 and 11), but John kindly reinstated me. The hazards of being first finisher...

Sat at registration/download for a couple hours or so, then picked up a couple of controls (my 9 and 10) after everyone was finally in around 3:00.

Saturday Aug 17 #

11 AM

Biking 1:05:01 intensity: (10 @0) + (4:01 @1) + (16:30 @2) + (38:21 @3) + (5:59 @4) 16.85 km (3:51 / km) +79m 3:46 / km
ahr:123 max:143 shoes: Trek DS 3 hybrid

Saucon Rail Trail, from Living Memorial Park near the south terminus to Bingen Road just past Reading Drive parking, and back.

I wore a heart rate strap, so those readings should be better than usual.

Took narrow path through woods on the way back; I think it's a walking loop (gravel, slightly coarser than what's on the rail trail) but it didn't say no bicycles so I went. One dog-walker who had her dog under control (as did all the others I encountered, but I encountered mostly other bikers).

And a very large fungus growing by a large tree. Glen said he saw some of these at Green Lane too.

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