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Training Log: emmaS

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Quidditch3 2:05:00
  Orienteering1 1:51:15 5.96(18:40) 9.6(11:36) 202
  Stretching2 12:00
  Mental1 8:00
  Armchair 1 5:00
  Rolling 1 5:00
  Total5 4:26:15 5.96 9.6 202
  [1-5]4 4:06:15
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Tuesday Mar 21 #

Quidditch (practice) 55:00 [1]
shoes: Cleats

2 laps warmup
chaser vs beater drill
3+1 on 3+1 on 3+1 switching who is on offence
half court drills

Monday Mar 20 #

Mental (RelaxationJ) 8:00 [0]

Sunday Mar 19 #

Quidditch 20:00 [4]
shoes: Cleats

Finals against RCR. We won! I think I played well this game. We had a lot fewer goals scored on us than the game yesterday against RCR, and were out of snitch range at the end. They decided to concession catch, which was weird since it was the gold medal game. Also, Janik and I got BS (bludger supremacy) back a lot easier, and maintained it for the majority of the game.

Stretching 7:00 [0]

Armchair (JWOC map) 5:00 [0]

10 AM

Orienteering 1:51:15 intensity: (1 @1) + (19:58 @2) + (1:23:17 @3) + (7:59 @4) 9.6 km (11:36 / km) +202m 10:29 / km
ahr:159 max:187 shoes: Saucony Peregrine (blue)

Got to 2 and messed up and realized I wasn't focusing on anything, decided to focus on contour visualization, which went well. Physically, navigationally and mentally was pretty good, until 20 where I got super confused basically because the vegetation was nothing like it was mapped. But I also should have been paying a lot more attention to compass, and clearly wasn't thinking/focusing enough as I didn't catch that I'd figured things out wrongly 3 times. Ok after that. Good things: Physically felt pretty strong (I fell down a lot though. including one particularly clumsy bellyflop into a puddle), when I was thinking about the contours, they matched what I was expecting. Reading ahead/ flow through controls was pretty good. Had lots of fun and the weather was a lot less gross by the end!

Saturday Mar 18 #

Quidditch 50:00 intensity: (20:00 @3) + (30:00 @4)

-Game against RCR. Did not play well in my first or second shift (not working together well, plus not being physical enough. We kept running the same play to get BS back but Molly beat Janik/he couldn't catch it every time. Or I didn't throw soon enough?), but when snitch was on our chasers let us focus on snitch and Cole and I ran hard and worked together well and I caught a bludger which was good.
-Game against SFU. Also started a little shaky but we got out of range by the end.
-Game against UVIC. Julie's arm was bothering her so I played the whole game which ended up being doable and I actually think I played well the whole time. Kept BS for almost the whole game, worked together well with Cole and Janik. We won 190-0 so we were solid on defence and didn't really support the chasers a ton on offence but we didn't need to because the chasers actually made a bunch of nice passes and ran plays. I think UVIC must have been taking it a bit easy, though.

Stretching 5:00 [1]

Rolling 5:00 [1]

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