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In the 1 days ending May 1, 2016:

activity # timemileskm+m
  paved running1 58:38 4.08(14:22) 6.57(8:56) 71
  Total1 58:38 4.08(14:22) 6.57(8:56) 71

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Sunday May 1, 2016 #


From TG on WOC terrain:
sticking to the red line is the fastest option and every extra meters is clearly unnecessary. Definitively a skill I need to develop. With the maps being more and more accurate (thanks to laser curving and other mapping methods), in my opinion, compass skills will be even more important in a near-future. Couple of years ago, "jumping” from features to features was, maybe, the safest (not necessarily the fastest though) technique to avoid map´s distortion. But, nowadays, it might not be risky to hit a rather small target 2-400 meters ahead if you are enough precise with compass."

The maps look as though raw running power will be advantageous. Open bare rock and lots of up and downs.
11 AM

paved running 58:38 [1] 4.08 mi (14:22 / mi) +71m 13:38 / mi
ahr:131 max:167 shoes: Altra Instinct 1.5

Judy's HR data.

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