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Training Log Archive: CaptainControl

In the 7 days ending Oct 17, 2004:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 3:31:37
  Running4 1:32:00
  Speed Work1 2:00
  Total5 5:05:37

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Sunday Oct 17, 2004 #

Running (Warm up) 15:00 [2]

Warm up before Day 2 at US Champs, felt more confident today, especially with a full day in the terrain from yesterday. Much better mentally prepared for the race today. Got a full mental warm up in as well. I looked for a perfect technically race no matter how slow my running was.

Orienteering (US Champs Day 2) 1:30:14 [4]

Saturday Oct 16, 2004 #

Orienteering (Model Event) 35:00 [3]

Orienteering (US Champs Day 1) 1:15:45 [4]

Orienteering 10:38 [4]

Thursday Oct 14, 2004 #

Running (W/ Map) 25:00 [2]

Some light running to test out the ankle before the US Champs. Everything went quite well, and I feel like my ankle is in much better shape, and it will definetly improve with 2 more nights before I race. I have been doing my map exercises with the telemark maps exclusively, and am begining to get confortable with the terrain (if thats possible without actually going to Wisc.).

Speed Work (Get the Blood Flowin') 2:00 [4]

2x300m sprint with 5 min (route planning training) rest in between, just to keep the blood a flowin. My legs still might be a little tired from the Highlander.

Running (Cool Down) 7:00 [2]

Running with the telemark map!

Wednesday Oct 13, 2004 #

Running (W/ Map) 25:00 [2]

Ran on the trails to the east of campus with the telemark map. My ankle still is a bit weak and swollen. Unforunite, but definetly improving. I hope that I will be in good form for this weekend. To the Homework!

Tuesday Oct 12, 2004 #


Training plan called for a tempo run, but my ankle didn't really feel like it was ready so I skipped all physical training. I needed to study anyway. Hopefully I can at least get a short jog in tomorrow.

Monday Oct 11, 2004 #

Running (w/ Map) 20:00 [1]

I was barely moving with my ankle, which didn't feel very good at all. I jogged around campus and felt like my ankle and knee needed some rest. If I didn't injure myself yesterday, I felt like my legs would have been quite fresh considering the long duration of the race.

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