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Training Log: Ari-o

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Run3 6:24:31 35.45 57.05 12
  Trail Run1 2:45:44 8.14(20:22) 13.1(12:39) 1195
  Rollerski1 1:39:12 12.91(7:41) 20.78(4:46) 63
  Orienteering1 55:01 5.08(10:50) 8.17(6:44) 337
  Stadiums1 31:00 1.33(23:19) 2.14(14:29) 524
  Total7 12:15:28 62.91 101.25 2130
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Friday Jul 1 #

6 AM

Orienteering 55:01 [3] 5.08 mi (10:50 / mi) +337m 8:59 / mi
ahr:119 max:179

10 AM

Run 6:03:03 [3] 33.46 mi (10:51 / mi) +12m 10:50 / mi
ahr:68 max:107

Thursday Jun 30 #

Run 11:00 [1]

Warm up / cool down
6 AM

Run 10:28 [4] 1.99 mi (5:16 / mi)
ahr:123 max:170

400 workout. This went surprisingly well given that I've done two hard climbing days the past two days. Different muscles I guess.

First 400 was 88, which was basically a warmup.

Then:

80
79
77
73 (!, pushed on this one)
77
79
75

Just felt good, although almost puked during the fast one and realized I wasn't going to continue to negative split, but was happy to keep the rest under 80. Might have to head over to the track more.

Wednesday Jun 29 #

6 AM

Stadiums 31:00 [1] 1.33 mi (23:19 / mi) +524m 10:29 / mi
ahr:105 max:147

I was out late last night (well, late-ish) and wouldn't have NPed but friends were in town from Amsterdam, so I hauled myself out early for the trip to the Stadium. Not too hot and I made it around in about 31 minutes didn't start my watch until the second section, not bad for hungover lungs, legs and liver.

Oskar did a sub-30 stadium for his first time. Not bad!

Tuesday Jun 28 #

9 AM

Trail Run 2:45:44 [1] 8.14 mi (20:22 / mi) +1195m 13:59 / mi

Quick hit up over Franconias. Started with some rain and was foggy up top, and lots of Quebecois, but otherwise a good time. The OBP coming down was a bit wet and I just can't move over those rocks. It's also probably in even worse shape than it's been in the past.

One funny thing at the top of the third Agony there was a goofer stopped taking a photo. I get there, say excuse me, he looks at me and proceeds to stand blocking the trail for another five seconds before finally stepping to the side. Maybe it was Deaf Day on the ridge.

I need to seek out places with fewer people. And this was a weekday!

Sunday Jun 26 #

4 PM

Rollerski 1:39:12 [1] 12.91 mi (7:41 / mi) +63m 7:34 / mi
ahr:107 max:149

Kind of a struggly ski. I had bought a weekly Commuter Rail pass and wanted to make good use of it (sunk cost!) so I took the train from Porter out to West Concord to check out the new bridge over Route 2 on the Bruce Freeman. Oh, I had forgotten my gloves. But I was prepared to suffer/no-pole.

The bridge is almost done, but some sections of gravel (about 50m, easy to walk) and some binder course (nice to pole). My pole tips need to be sharpened. I was able to DP 10k and stop and drink lots of water, then mostly no-pole back, but I did manage to get one blister on my finger. Definitely hot.

The new trail is nice, pretty flat, but wide and good pavement and not many road crossings. Nicely accessible from West Concord, and a nice 2:10 gap between trains there. A bit shorter out at South Action or Littleton but I could make something there work. Didn't explore south, was tired and hot and just waited for the train. There is a bubbler in West Concord which is nice.

I got home and found that I had had my gloves.

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