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Training Log Archive: EChild

In the 7 days ending Sep 7, 2014:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 4:35:39 11.56 18.646c
  Running2 1:06:40
  Core3 32:00
  Ultimate1 30:00
  Total5 6:44:19 11.56 18.646c

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Sunday Sep 7, 2014 #

Orienteering 12:08 [3] *** 1.7 km (7:08 / km)

Tan course. All the other elites were doing it so I did too. The idea was to do it, then maybe do it again really fast to get moving, but I didn't want to so I just ran it really fast the first time.

Orienteering 1:35:31 [3] *** 8.6 km (11:06 / km)

A little bit longer than yesterday, but also a little bit more interesting. During the night-O I missed a couple stone walls, but I still missed one during the day as well, so I guess they just don't like me. Apparently I wasn't the only one who missed at least one, though.

All this being said, I was still a bit slower than yesterday, but I attribute that to being out-of-shape and having run more the day before than I have in a long time. Very good for getting me back into the game, though.

Saturday Sep 6, 2014 #

Orienteering 1:32:30 [3] *** 8.3 km (11:09 / km)

It was a hot, humid day, and nobody had any energy. I don't remember what my exact time was, but I think it was a bit over 1:32:00, so I'm within 30s. The course wasn't particularly difficult, mostly because I've been to Pawtuckaway so many times, and I found my concentration drifting frequently. It was a good long run, though, and right now that's the best thing for me to be doing.

Orienteering race 1:15:30 [3] ***

Wicked Hard Night-O. I was not able to defend my title this year, but I still had a great time on the course, and by a great time I mean this is the least miserable I've ever been (It actually was a good time, though). Almost the entire time the top few runners were within about 30s of each other it seemed, and this kept the pace fairly high. As a matter of fact, the pace at night was faster than the pace during the day's courses.

Ian Smith emerged victorious this year, so congratulations to him, and good luck training throughout the next year... I'm coming for you.

Thursday Sep 4, 2014 #

Ultimate 30:00 [3]

Ultimate! Yay!

Core 10:40 [3]


Tuesday Sep 2, 2014 #

Running 32:15 [3]

Slightly different route that makes a loop instead of out-and-back. It's shorter, but I wanted a little variety.

Core 10:40 [3]


Monday Sep 1, 2014 #

Running 34:25 [3]

Felt strong and decided to run hard. Felt really good.

Core 10:40 [3]


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