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Training Log Archive: ndobbs

In the 7 days ending Oct 8, 2011:

activity # timemileskm+m
  orienteering3 2:12:55 7.94 12.77
  trail run1 20:54 1.88(11:07) 3.03(6:54)
  climbing1 2:00
  Total5 2:35:49 9.82 15.8

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Saturday Oct 8, 2011 #

12 PM

orienteering 1:25:04 intensity: (29 @1) + (5:28 @2) + (39:52 @3) + (38:14 @4) + (1:01 @5) 8.87 km (9:35 / km)
ahr:167 max:186


Pretty poor navigation on my part the first half, then improved slightly.

Great terrain. Fun times, even if the colours (mostly green) were a little disappointing.

Thursday Oct 6, 2011 #


There's a talk on "stochastic orienteering" at work next week.

climbing 2:00 [3]

5.5, 5.6, 5.7- with one take, 5.6 with a few takes. Arms were shot on the last one. Plus a V0.

Wednesday Oct 5, 2011 #

12 PM

orienteering 43:48 [2] 3.9 km (11:13 / km)

Slowrienteering. Still beat Transvestali to the first two controls... then she went off far, far away and I pottered around a little loop. Found a guitar case with guitar inside at one control.

Perfect weather.

Monday Oct 3, 2011 #


Three people from work came out yesterday.

From a first-timer, sent to a second-timer:
"Oh, and thanks for a fun day of orienteering! I always wanted to try
running around in the woods off-trail and it's great to be able to do
it safely."
The other first-timer apparently had fun, but not ecstatic...

From 'chat' with the second-timer :

"was just laughing...imagining what a map might look like for a course in the saharan desert. or something like tht.
a lone tree, mirage (variable), contours (depends on the winds)..."

Re WOC Middle GPS replay:
"Oh its so cute to watch!
for some reason last time i could only see 2 at a time.
some of these guys got seriously lost!"
"poor WEN"
"you can learn something from watching these guys, to see how they nagivate the contours off trail"

Re "using" re-entrants/depressions at WOC: "what do you mean by "use" you mean just use them as landmarks? or actually just try to run into them even it is slightly off route"

Re photos:
"hilarious how people are racing with their reading glasses
love it"
"76 is funny too"
6 PM

trail run 20:54 [3] 3.03 km (6:54 / km)


Slept 3+2/8last night, so a bit mentally tired bc of that, but otherwise feeling fine.

Sunday Oct 2, 2011 #

orienteering race 4:03 [3]

Hudson Highlander 2011

Pictures, not really edited, if you want high res jpgs let me know.


Feints left:


... maybe the cadets were headed the right direction after all.

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