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Training Log Archive: David_Waller

In the 7 days ending Dec 8, 2012:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 2:53:25 9.44(18:22) 15.2(11:25)
  Trail running2 1:19:31 8.5(9:21) 13.68(5:49)
  Road running1 13:30 1.5(9:00) 2.41(5:36)
  Total4 4:26:26 19.44(13:42) 31.29(8:31)

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Saturday Dec 8, 2012 #

11 AM

Orienteering 1:20:25 [4] 8.0 km (10:03 / km)
shoes: Inov-8 Oroc

Red course at the FLO championships (time estimated). Ran fairly well despite the heat and humidity, which I could have done without. This was my first time orienteering in FL, and I like it quite a bit -- enough to come back next year if FLO sets another two-day B meet. The lack ot significant relief in the terrain provided me good practice at navigation via vegetation differences. Thankfully, there was a good variety of vegetation, and it was pretty well-mapped, so there were no big navigation problems. The park (Lake Louisa) also has such an extensive network of trails -- and where there are not trails it tends to be completely impassible. So it's nearly impossible for a course designer to set controls in very difficult places. The result was a course that ended up feeling more orange than red. Definitely a runner-friendly area, which I appreciate. All in all, it was very fun, and I'm not sure that I could have run it that much faster, given the shape I'm in.

Thursday Dec 6, 2012 #

2 PM

Trail running 52:31 [3] 5.5 mi (9:33 / mi)
shoes: Inov8 - MudrockII

Jog down Loblolly @ Umstead

Wednesday Dec 5, 2012 #

4 PM

Trail running 27:00 [3] 3.0 mi (9:00 / mi)
shoes: Inov8 - MudrockII

Al Buehler; nice day to run, but felt pretty sluggish

Road running 13:30 [3] 1.5 mi (9:00 / mi)

Through campus to the Al Buehler and through the Center for Integrative Medicine on my way home

Sunday Dec 2, 2012 #

11 AM

Orienteering 1:33:00 [4] 7.2 km (12:55 / km)
shoes: Inov8 - MudrockII

Orange course at East Fork. What a pleasure to be able run (instead of fight, fall, or get cut-up) at East Fork. A long orange course is about as fun as it gets, and was definitely the best way to be out in the woods (for me) today.

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