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Training Log Archive: Work4justice

In the 7 days ending Nov 14:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 5:10:44 11.24(27:39) 18.09(17:11) 628
  Mountain Bike2 3:15:43 44.84(4:22) 72.16(2:43) 288
  weights3 1:29:52
  Spinning1 1:17:47 16.85(4:37) 27.12(2:52) 576
  Running2 1:06:10 6.61(10:01) 10.64(6:13) 67
  Paddling activity1 20:59 1.43(14:41) 2.3(9:07)
  Total8 12:41:15 80.97 130.31 1558
  [1-5]8 12:26:55

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Saturday Nov 14 #

1 PM

Mountain Bike 1:56:53 [2] 30.39 mi (3:51 / mi) +134m 3:48 / mi
ahr:141 max:163

Thursday Nov 12 #

5 AM

Running 20:18 intensity: (7 @0) + (22 @1) + (14 @2) + (5:21 @3) + (5:24 @4) + (8:50 @5) 2.19 mi (9:16 / mi) +6m 9:11 / mi
ahr:145 max:162

5:5:5:5

Manual adjust in HR

weights 15:08 intensity: (7:39 @1) + (5:18 @2) + (2:11 @3)
ahr:125 max:148

HIIT

Paddling activity 20:59 intensity: (15 @0) + (1:22 @1) + (17:58 @2) + (1:24 @3) 2.3 km (9:07 / km)
ahr:132 max:141

6 PM

Mountain Bike 1:18:50 intensity: (5:24 @0) + (31:54 @1) + (27:05 @2) + (12:49 @3) + (1:06 @4) + (32 @5) 14.45 mi (5:27 / mi) +154m 5:17 / mi
ahr:126 max:164

Wednesday Nov 11 #

7 AM

weights 43:19 [1]
ahr:104 max:162

Warmup and weights

Tuesday Nov 10 #

7 AM

Running 45:52 intensity: (30 @1) + (7:40 @2) + (29:57 @3) + (7:30 @4) + (15 @5) 4.42 mi (10:23 / mi) +60m 9:57 / mi
ahr:146 max:158

Fartleks in the Badlands. The massive marsh is now blocked off. Sigh.

Monday Nov 9 #

5 AM

Spinning 1:17:47 intensity: (1:34 @0) + (37:55 @1) + (16:43 @2) + (17:11 @3) + (4:24 @4) 16.85 mi (4:37 / mi) +576m 4:10 / mi
ahr:132 max:155

7 AM

weights 31:25 [1]
ahr:90 max:122

Sunday Nov 8 #

Note

SMOC Bishop Lake
10 AM

Orienteering 3:20:00 intensity: (3:31 @1) + (59:02 @2) + (1:38:13 @3) + (28:16 @4) + (10:58 @5) 8.17 mi (24:29 / mi) +519m 20:27 / mi
ahr:145 max:165

Thank you Igor for such a great course!

Sometimes I don't know if I should laugh or cry!

I guess instead I press on.

To begin, I really thought I had plenty of fluid to get me through, which was kind of the case, but I suppose that was the least of my worries.

Started off OK to 1, and 2 flummoxed me, so I went with what seemed to be the clearest and feature helpful route. Same with 3 and 4. On my way to 5, I tried to sort the shenanigans in the lower corner...oh boy. Decided to grab the road and cut across to 6, and then crossed the contours to 7 (pretty jagged, had a tough time reading that and just wasn't comfy with going for it on a bearing). I went right past, got confused, turned back and got 6.

Across over the 7 trying to minimize climb! Then back to 8 but I floated pretty badly west which was so frustrating. I don't seem to float in any particular direction. I was trying to stay high and maybe climbed up again?

Got to 8, a little hihg on the gully. Off to 9 in the same manner as others and thought would have time to look ahead but my turnoff came fast after drinking and eatiing a little. Wobbly to 10.

Then the wheels came off. 11, 12 and 13 were a hot mess. To go to 11 I had it in my head that the spur trail would be so obvious that I could grab it. It was a no go and I wound up more east than south. Then when I was on the trail, there were several others hanging around and wanted to get in the woods to think. I just couldn't make sense of where I was and when I did I thought oh no. And getting to 11 wasn't easy for me. But got through it.

On 12 I floated to the east. Resituated myself to the kidney depression and got in. By this time I was near another guy who whistled a lot. Hmmmm.

Headed to 13, and lost my sense of bearing about 150m from the control. The whistler was with me. And, I hate to admit is was kind of on my nerves. He started to ask me some questions and shared that he is pretty new at this. I decided that if I connected with him that maybe he wouldn't whistle and could help him get back. He said he missed 2, and did 5, 6, 7, and 8 in the order he chose. And, I knew that it would force me to follow a plan.

14 was fine, 15, he didn't trust me and I said it's fine if you want to go on your own and then he followed me. Going to 16 I hit the marsh to the north but came around. 17 I overshot my planned AP from the trail but made my way back. Then pretty straight to 18 and then the trail to 19.

I should have planned better for this. It got so hot. I was dripping with sweat.

Orienteering 1:50:44 intensity: (7:00 @0) + (1:36:09 @1) + (5:22 @2) + (2:13 @3) 3.07 mi (36:04 / mi) +108m 32:30 / mi
ahr:111 max:140

Chilson Chaos scouting

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