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Training Log Archive: Work4justice

In the 7 days ending Feb 3:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 5:59:13 17.82(20:09) 28.68(12:32) 1084
  Trekking1 3:44:31 13.25(16:57) 21.32(10:32) 190
  Spinning1 1:15:34
  weights2 1:11:21
  Yoga1 1:00:00
  Running1 29:11 3.11(9:23) 5.01(5:50) 33
  Paddling activity1 10:00 1.24(8:03) 2.0(5:00)
  Total6 13:49:50 35.42 57.01 1307
  [1-5]6 13:39:25

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Saturday Feb 3 #

9 AM

Orienteering 5:59:13 intensity: (2 @0) + (4:01 @1) + (2:11:45 @2) + (2:36:59 @3) + (53:09 @4) + (13:17 @5) 17.82 mi (20:09 / mi) +1084m 16:57 / mi
ahr:143 max:169

I think our next team name should be buzzer beaters.

Mr. Wonderful and I teamed up as Wonderful Adventure Racers. I was a little nervous going into this with my foot, but figured gotta try!

We put together a plan to go counter clockwise with the idea that dropping points may make more sense on the west side than the east side and we weren't sure what to expect in terms of our capacity and the course. Mr. W observed that the planning seemed tricker than last year. I thought his planning and strategy through the race was great.

Started off pretty well, first couple of hours I had the pack (we had one) and I realized in the first hour that we should have had maybe 2/3rds of the liquid we took. Duly noted for future rogaines. He had his ski-o board and poles, which I could see how it helped alot. We were feeling good and optimistic...there was a point where there were bonus roads however there were some really steep and deadfall covered reentrants. By hour 3/4, my foot was pretty unhappy and we took turns with the pack. We did get to do some creek hiking, and that helped a lot. I wore my waterproof socks so I could go straight into the water.

At hour five, we were right on where we wanted to be, and it seemed that we needed to drop an extra point to get to the finish on time. By then my numbing strategy had worn off and it started to hurt.

At the last point, Jens took the pack and I sprinted for the finish. 20 seconds to spare! We were told 3rd place, but after further investigation, 2nd place team. A great showing by all Michigan peeps!!!!

Thursday Feb 1 #

9 AM

Running 29:11 intensity: (16 @1) + (9:44 @2) + (17:58 @3) + (1:13 @4) 3.11 mi (9:23 / mi) +33m 9:05 / mi
ahr:138 max:160

Wednesday Jan 31 #

7 AM

weights 45:10 [3]

Tuesday Jan 30 #

5 AM

Spinning 1:15:34 intensity: (5:13 @0) + (26:06 @1) + (14:18 @2) + (19:36 @3) + (9:40 @4) + (41 @5)
ahr:126 max:163

weights 26:11 intensity: (5:06 @0) + (19:27 @1) + (1:38 @3)
ahr:96 max:116

Monday Jan 29 #

7 AM

Paddling activity 10:00 [2] 2.0 km (5:00 / km)

Yoga 1:00:00 [2]

First time 100% barefoot since July. #goals #itsthesmallthings

Sunday Jan 28 #

1 PM

Trekking (12 lb pack + h20) 3:44:31 intensity: (4 @0) + (2:40:57 @1) + (57:39 @2) + (5:51 @3) 13.25 mi (16:57 / mi) +190m 16:13 / mi
ahr:117 max:143

Pretty day but lots of icy patches on the trail. Went with Cris.

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