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Training Log Archive: mmace

In the 7 days ending Feb 7, 2009:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 4:38:43 12.17(22:54) 19.58(14:14)
  Calisthenics2 1:35:15
  Cycle Trainer1 46:00
  Warm up1 13:00
  Total5 7:12:58 12.17 19.58
averages - sleep:5.1

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Saturday Feb 7, 2009 #

Orienteering (Wheaton Regional Park) 3:24:42 [3] 11.21 km (18:16 / km)
shoes: Inov 8 Mudrock 280

Unseasonal warm and sunny in low 60's. Decide to go ahead put up ribbons for March 15th QOC event. Also, check for new controls and descriptions. Last year, I only made 37 controls but this time it s 46 controls. Patti came along. She was practice on brown course map from last year. Then, we were changed our clothes then accidentally closed my car trunk with key inside. *&&(%$# It got dark and chilly. We walked up to the ice rink to keep us warm and made contact with my daughter Jennifer. She sent triple AAA to open my car door and successful about an hour and half. Phew....

Thursday Feb 5, 2009 #

Calisthenics 43:15 [3]
slept:5.4 shoes: Nike Air Zoom

Cycle situps - 125 & crunches - 20.

Wednesday Feb 4, 2009 #

Cycle Trainer 46:00 [3]
shoes: Nike Air Zoom

Monday Feb 2, 2009 #

Calisthenics 52:00 [3]
slept:4.8 shoes: Nike Air Zoom

Back is little bothersome. Need longer stretching for my back.

Sunday Feb 1, 2009 #

Warm up 13:00 [3]
shoes: VJ Falcon 2

At Lake Fairfax, VA - QOC event (Sunny and unseasonal warm in high 50's but did hit to 60 degree)

Orienteering (Qualifier) 31:00 [3] 2.9 km (10:41 / km)
shoes: VJ Falcon 2

There were quite bit of snow, ice and slush in some shade area. Good thing that I wearing VJ with spikes. Did it alright but made a silly error. I was looking the wrong control and realized had go back about 150 m. Lost about 5-7 minutes. Me goofy!

Orienteering (Sprints Final B) 43:01 [3] 3.4 mi (12:39 / mi)
shoes: VJ Falcon 2

I started at 1:13pm and the temp was kind warm and bright sunny. I should have remove my UA cold gear long sleeve tights before start. I kindly run slower and noticed my back was bothering. About half way, my back became feel tight and got tired already. Afterward, we had a potlucks, announcements, chat some people and good times. Patti and I gave an presentation about USA Deaf Orienteering team and World Deaf Orienteering Champs. Thank you for my hearing daughter Jennifer as ASL (American sign language) interpreter.

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