Orienteering - Gould Lakehttps://photos.app.goo.gl/YwnwvYLBBw5hhhHC7
De lo mejorcito de la orientación. Freezing rain, 0 to 1 degree Celsius, and a brutal long. True hero conditions. This is the stuff they write into the sagas. Thanks to the Canucks for the camp and a big thanks to Eric and Jeff for their work on the map. Very, very fun terrain.
This was the first true long I've done since I started the 10-second alactic sprints to train the connections in my hamstrings to not cramp. I didn't get any cramps, not even a hint of a cramp coming on. I slowed down early on and took different routes anticipating hamstring cramping, which is a bad habit I've developed over the years of dealing with cramps in longs. But when I saw nothing was cramping I decided to push the pace to try to make them cramp. Nothing at all. So that opens up a fun new world!