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Training Log Archive: J-BANGZ

In the 7 days ending Oct 8, 2011:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering Meet2 5:16:29 25.81(12:16) 41.54(7:37) 60056 /56c100%
  Practice Course2 1:51:45 9.38(11:55) 15.1(7:24)19 /19c100%
  Running2 1:18:15 8.23(9:30) 13.24(5:54)
  Total6 8:26:29 43.42(11:40) 69.88(7:15) 60075 /75c100%

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Saturday Oct 8, 2011 #

Orienteering Meet race 1:28:29 [5] *** 6.41 mi (13:48 / mi)
spiked:23/23c shoes: Salomon Trail Shoes

I felt good about today. Things were a little slow because I made some mistakes that I shouldnt have made early on in the race. I need to slow down and take it easy on the pace because my navigation is suffering as a result.

Thursday Oct 6, 2011 #

Running hills (Woods Hills) 52:06 [5] 4.8 mi (10:51 / mi)
shoes: New Balance 850 (road/marathon

mileage and time are an estimation today. We did a warm-up then ran 7xtower to tower sprints, like the ODIA tag team workout two weeks ago. The workout was a good opportunity to get both some woods running and some hill repeats done at the same time.

Wednesday Oct 5, 2011 #

Practice Course 57:45 [3] *** 5.56 mi (10:23 / mi)

Today was another practice course on brand new terrain and I was actually feelin pretty good. I made one or two small errors but other than that did not have a real problem, my two small errors were both when I mis read a feature and went to the wrong point (both were under 50m errors) but I would like to correct this, most of my problems seem to be me misreading the map and tryign to go to quickly, I still need to slow down more and get used to shifting gears and going slower when I get near my attack point.

Tuesday Oct 4, 2011 #

Practice Course 54:00 [3] 3.82 mi (14:08 / mi)
shoes: Salomon Trail Shoes

Short practice course today, made three big mistakes that seem to happen because I will lose contact with the map and either overshoot or undershoot my point. I need to slow down a little

Monday Oct 3, 2011 #

Running (Recovery Run) 26:09 [2] 3.43 mi (7:37 / mi)
shoes: New Balance 850 (road/marathon

Only went three miles today. I definately felt fine and am not sore, but I felt like playing it safe today and allow myself a full recovery.

Sunday Oct 2, 2011 #

Orienteering Meet race (Hudson Highlander) 3:48:00 [5] *** 19.4 mi (11:45 / mi) +600m 10:43 / mi
spiked:33/33c shoes: Salomon Trail Shoes

Hudson Highlander, I ran with Zach Schroeder and we did pretty well, we neded up as 6th and 7th place. There were a couple of route choice errors that slowed us down some but as a whole we did well with navigation and running. It was a very challanging race and it feels really good to we just need to get the t-shirts.

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