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Training Log Archive: Shep

In the 7 days ending Apr 20, 2014:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling (Commuter)3 4:15:00 80.16(18.9/h) 129.0(30.4/h) 600
  Orienteering3 2:21:18 15.69(9:00) 25.25(5:36) 875
  Foot Running5 2:00:00 9.69 15.6 100
  Total8 8:36:18 105.54 169.85 1575

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Sunday Apr 20, 2014 #

10 AM

Foot Running warm up/down 15:00 [3]
shoes: Inov8 Xtalon 212 (3)

Orienteering race (Australian 3 Days Day 2) 1:35:30 [5] 17.0 km (5:37 / km) +505m 4:53 / km
ahr:158 max:174 shoes: Inov8 Xtalon 212 (3)

The long day on Prossers Reef. I'm reasonably happy with my race - I held a solid pace all the way and didn't miss too much. Probably picked the wrong route on the long one but I was kinda gambling there - i thought i'd lose time on the tracks so i risked the straight option hoping it would be quicker and no one else would go that way. I don't think it worked out that way ;) Overall it was just too long for me in then shape i'm in, i needed another 30 seconds per km to match it with the big boys again.

Pretty disappointed with the area and ridiculously boring course (except for the first 6 controls). There's so much awesome terrain in that part of the world and we were running around looking for termite mounds on vague spurs and gullies.

PTE 5.0 (75 hours recovery!)

Saturday Apr 19, 2014 #

11 AM

Foot Running warm up/down 15:00 [3]
shoes: Inov8 Xtalon 212 (3)

Orienteering race (Australian 3 Days Day 1) 32:17 [5] 5.4 km (5:59 / km) +280m 4:45 / km
ahr:166 max:180 shoes: Inov8 Xtalon 212 (3)

Scary start to this race - across a vague kinda spur and into the rock. Hit 1 ok then just tried to keep my map reading ahead of my legs through the next few short legs - great fu orienteering there. Ran pretty good for the rest of it, but ran straight to 13 and dropped about 30 seconds compared to going around. picked the right route on the long one though so win some you lose some. finished in 2nd only 9 seconds behind Larry, exciting finish although i had no idea whether i was in front or behind - if i was still running for NSW i'm sure Nick Dent (on the commentary) would have told me exactly what i'd have to do to take the win from my Cockatoos team mate ;)

PTE 5.0

Friday Apr 18, 2014 #

Event: Easter 2014
 
1 PM

Foot Running warm up/down 15:00 [3]
shoes: Inov8 Xtalon 212 (3)

Orienteering race (Easter Prolog) 13:31 [5] 2.85 km (4:45 / km) +90m 4:06 / km
ahr:169 max:179 shoes: Inov8 Xtalon 212 (3)

Fun race, pretty easy but you still had to be careful. I don't think I lost to much time, just a few seconds to 17 maybe. Didn't have any more speed unfortunately. Good work Larry for taking the win! I was 29 seconds down in 5th, close one today.

PTE 3.7

Thursday Apr 17, 2014 #

12 PM

Foot Running 30:00 [3] 6.5 km (4:37 / km) +30m 4:31 / km
shoes: NB 814

Easy run at lunchtime. Did 4 x 30 second efforts with 2 min jog recovery after. Still a bit stiff and sore!

Wednesday Apr 16, 2014 #

Cycling (Commuter) 1:25:00 [3] 43.0 km (30.4 kph) +200m
shoes: Bontrager MTB RL

Tuesday Apr 15, 2014 #

Cycling (Commuter) 1:25:00 [3] 43.0 km (30.4 kph) +200m
shoes: Bontrager MTB RL

1 PM

Foot Running 45:00 [3] 9.1 km (4:57 / km) +70m 4:46 / km
ahr:139 max:151 shoes: NB 814

easy lunchtime run. The legs were still feeling Sundays run early on, but got better.

PTE 3.0

I've discovered that reading anything that mentions religion is (slightly) more tolerable when I add an "a" before the word "god". Eg "The disappearance of this plane is a punishment from [a] God. Either [a] God will allow the plane to turn up safely as a way to lead the passengers to Christ, or [a] God will crash the plane into the ocean. If the passengers were willing to be saved and embrace Jesus, then the plane will land safely. If not, the plane will crash and the passengers will be cast into Hell. The Holy Spirit has told me of this fact." Nutters.

Monday Apr 14, 2014 #

Cycling (Commuter) 1:25:00 [3] 43.0 km (30.4 kph) +200m
shoes: Bontrager MTB RL

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