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Training Log Archive: ken

In the 7 days ending Oct 22, 2001:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Running6 3:04:39 25.9(7:08) 41.69(4:26)59.0
  Orienteering2 3:04:15 19.39(9:30) 31.21(5:54)100.7
  Elliptical1 40:008.0
  Total6 6:48:54 45.3 72.9167.7

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Monday Oct 22, 2001 #

Running 29:53 [2] 4.25 mi (7:02 / mi)

warm, light rain. ahr:149

Sunday Oct 21, 2001 #

Running (warmup) 8:00 [3] 1.0 mi (8:00 / mi)

Orienteering race (race) 53:06 [4] *** 9.4 km (5:39 / km)

rochester day2. no problems near the circle today, but some difficulty with trails/junctions in the middle of legs 5,6. running faster but also sloppier recently-- no more of this please. a minute behind matthias today, but almost 2 ahead of duca, so still took the big win overall. thats my first (and hopefully not the last) 2-day M21 A-meet victory ever. ahr:175

Orienteering (terrain run) 33:00 [3] *** 4.71 km (7:00 / km)

ran down to the map exchange to cheer for boris, then back out on the map for some bonus running and cooldown.

Saturday Oct 20, 2001 #

Event: ROC A-Meet
 

Running (warmup/cooldown) 20:00 [3] 2.5 mi (8:00 / mi)

Orienteering race (race) 1:38:09 [4] *** 17.1 km (5:44 / km)

rochester a-meet blue1. dumb parallel error at #1 cost me big-time, though luckily the course was long and I had plenty of time to make that up by spiking all the rest. stupid stupid stupid. won the day by a few seconds over nick duca. ahr:176

Note

now following matthias' example of recording length+10*climb for forest training. seems like a more accurate estimate of the effort [or additional distance around] involved. though I read somewhere that for men the climb:distance equivalent is more like 1:8, and 1:10 for women. and this way I don't get shafted on the mileage if I happen to do a lot of orienteering some week.

Thursday Oct 18, 2001 #

Running 9:30 [2] 1.3 mi (7:18 / mi)

x-training day

Elliptical 40:00 [2]

biggins was there lifting monkeys. boring as usual ZZzzzz.... ahr:129

Wednesday Oct 17, 2001 #

Running 42:00 [2] 6.2 mi (6:46 / mi)

to/from pine hill for the terrain loop. no other takers today.

Running (terrain intervals) 18:05 [5] 3.9 km (4:38 / km)

6x~650m. almost getting too dark to do at this time. its been 3 weeks since I was last on the loop, it looks a little different with the leaves starting to fall. equal rest.
(loop-time, end-hr, recovery-hr)
3:15, 168, 113
3:06, 178, 114
3:03, 177, 116
2:59, 178, 119
2:49, 178, 121
2:49, 179, 116
knees taking some abuse at this pace, maybe next time I'll do double-loops instead.

Note

spike asked for more info about the wild beasts of the blue hills. I just did some web-stalking and found a list of state mammals. I see that there are moose in massachusetts (wasn't sure about that). BH is certainly large enough for a few to hide in. I also saw a lot of deer on sunday, but they all ran away quietly. so my guess is that it was one or more moose that was moo-ing madly

Note

from daddy-o: "My reference says moose mate in September and October. The cows lure the bulls with 'grunting and mooing love calls'".

Tuesday Oct 16, 2001 #

Running 57:11 [3] 8.23 mi (6:57 / mi)

(rhr:43) up to north beacon st and back. ahr:156

Note

I was just leaving a 2nd floor meeting in some campus building(14) this morning when firemen in biohazard suits came in to collect a delivery from anthrax.com that someone had apparently opened on the 3rd floor. how nice.

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