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Training Log Archive: Xena

In the 7 days ending Sep 22, 2007:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running3 1:31:00 8.0 12.87 5
  Orienteering2 1:25:53 2.83 4.55 103
  Strength + Stretch2 14:00
  Total4 3:10:53 10.83 17.42 108

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Saturday Sep 22, 2007 #

Orienteering 17:37 [3] ** 2.22 km (7:56 / km) +51m 7:07 / km
shoes: LOP

Sprint 1, nice woods with stinging hornets, def love those.
Started out as training and developed into a semi-race. Couldn't help it.

Orienteering 18:16 [3] *** 2.33 km (7:50 / km) +52m 7:03 / km
shoes: LOP

Sprint 2: couldn't get in touch with the map this time and just dragged my ass around the course. Major stomach pains, same as in first one (not really stomach specifically, I don't realy know what it is, intestines? maybe even ovaries)

Running 15:00 [1]
shoes: LOP

Strength + Stretch 7:00 [1]

Thursday Sep 20, 2007 #

Running 36:00 [3] 4.0 mi (9:00 / mi) +5m 8:58 / mi
shoes: Nike

run to river at a decent pace just to see where i'm at at this point. felt fine just usual shortness of breath after not running for a while.
not over my cold though ;(

Strength + Stretch 7:00 [1]

Tuesday Sep 18, 2007 #

Running 40:00 [2] 4.0 mi (10:00 / mi)
shoes: Nike

easy run to the river; feelin worse again.. damnit i thought i was gettting better. will probably not recover to be 100% by the weekend.

Sunday Sep 16, 2007 #

Orienteering 50:00 [2] ***

Brown course at Hickory Run. I actually liked the woods this time around b/c they took us to better part of the map. Anyway, stil sick so taking it really easy, jogging only. I was suprised that I could actually jog in the woods b/c usually it requires some effort but then again it wasn't hilly at all.
My time would have been ~40min have I not spent some time looking for #1 control (and shivering b/c it was damn cold), which was incorrectly drawn on my map. should have figured out by the legend that it was on the boulder 100m away. oh well.

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