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Training Log Archive: BorisGr

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cross-Training3 2:24:03
  Orienteering1 37:02 2.48(14:57) 3.98(9:18)
  Running1 29:56 4.08(7:20) 6.57(4:34)
  Rowing1 28:36
  T.rex training1 20:12
  Total5 4:19:49 6.56 10.55


Sunday Jun 13 #

7 AM

Cross-Training 20:07 [3]
ahr:109 max:133

T.rex training 20:12 [3]
ahr:85 max:126

Saturday Jun 12 #

5 PM

Rowing 28:36 [3]
ahr:92 max:116

Friday Jun 11 #

3 PM

Cross-Training 1:30:03 intensity: (1:06:03 @3) + (24:00 @5)
ahr:129 max:162

I did elliptical intervals (8x3 minutes) and then some extra time while watching Turkey-Italy on one screen and Nadal-Djokovic (epic!) on the other.

Thursday Jun 10 #

4 PM

Cross-Training 33:53 [3]
ahr:92 max:111

Tuesday Jun 8 #

6 PM

Orienteering 37:02 [3] 2.48 mi (14:57 / mi)
ahr:124 max:155

Running 29:56 [3] 4.08 mi (7:20 / mi)
ahr:164 max:174

We tried organizing a weeknight event at Playfair Park, which is basically a recreational city park with ballfields, a high school campus, and the like. We only had a dozen people signed up coming into it, and I was pretty disappointed. We got a number of last-minute signups and ended up with 19 starts / 26 individuals out on courses, which probably is ok for a weeknight event at a city park. Still, I will try to do more outreach to the running community to see if we can attract folks to our next park event.

I always ask newcomers how they heard about us. One gentleman said that he hosts an AirBnB in Missoula, and his last tenants wrote in the guest book that they were going orienteering. He had heard of it 40 years ago and decided to look it up. And there he was! The tenants turned out to be Allie Ferguson's parents Polly and Michal, who were long-time SDO orienteers in the past. This is the second case of AirBnB hosts showing up to our events, as Darth Balter's host came to Lubrecht last month!

This event was low-key enough that each of me and Alli were able to get out on a course, and Inara went around with my parents. We did a Score-O this time, which I think was received positively by a number of folks. Might be a good format to stick with for park events.

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