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Training Log Archive: BigWillyStyle

In the 7 days ending Aug 12, 2019:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering3 2:26:46 12.13(12:06) 19.52(7:31) 20715c
  Running4 43:50 3.42(12:48) 5.51(7:57) 27
  Hiking1 38:39 2.05(18:51) 3.3(11:43) 265
  Cycling2 33:50 7.52(13.3/h) 12.1(21.5/h) 188
  Total7 4:23:05 25.12(10:28) 40.42(6:30) 68715c

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Monday Aug 12, 2019 #

6 PM

Cycling 16:08 [2] 3.7 mi (13.8 mph) +85m
ahr:119 max:150

Home -> Memorial



VAR was used for the first time in EPL this past weekend; this goal was disallowed for offside. There are only certain instances where VAR can be used, one category of which is "factual" (objective) decisions such as offside, ball in/out of play, foul in/out of penalty area. There is also a "clear and obvious" rule, where VAR can be used to overturn a referee's decision - but this can only be used in "subjective" situations, not to review offside. However, in my opinion an instance as close as this *is* subjective - it is not factually clear to me that the player in black is offside - for all intents, purposes, and appearances, the two players are even - and in the absense of an clear offside violation even using VAR, this goal should be allowed.
8 PM

Cycling 17:42 intensity: (16:14 @2) + (1:28 @3) 3.82 mi (12.9 mph) +103m
ahr:87 max:142

Memorial -> home

Sunday Aug 11, 2019 #

4 AM

Running warm up/down 8:10 intensity: (8:05 @3) + (5 @4) 0.72 mi (11:20 / mi) +15m 10:39 / mi
ahr:142 max:161

Orienteering race 39:12 intensity: (14:03 @3) + (25:09 @4) 5.9 km (6:39 / km) +107m 6:06 / km
ahr:160 max:178

Quickroute

Day 3 middle. Enjoyed this more than the long; the terrain was a bit faster and more hospitable, and easier on the ankles and feet, though still quite rocky. Navigated sloppily, but much fun was had.

Saturday Aug 10, 2019 #

4 AM

Running warm up/down 6:49 [2] 0.64 mi (10:39 / mi) +5m 10:24 / mi
ahr:121 max:139

Orienteering race 1:29:18 intensity: (5:02 @2) + (59:07 @3) + (25:09 @4) 9.97 km (8:58 / km) +91m 8:34 / km
ahr:150 max:174

Quickroute

Day 2, "long." Got suuuuper lost and couldn't find 2 for ages; I was unprepared for the necessary change in technical navigation upon entering the super complicated lava field and quickly lost all map contact, but after 2 I was more careful and got the hang of it a bit - though still missed 5 despite having already been to it while trying to find 2. Terrain was a mix of super rocky open lava fields covered in moss, stands of very dense, dark forest, and more "normal" open areas with various levels of brush. Footing was generally very challenging and restricted speed a lot.

Friday Aug 9, 2019 #

Event: ICE-O 2019
 
11 AM

Orienteering race 18:16 intensity: (51 @3) + (17:17 @4) + (8 @5) ** 3.65 km (5:00 / km) +9m 4:57 / km
ahr:122 max:182 15c

Quickroute

Ice-O Day 1. A really fun sprint in Hafnarfjörður, not too difficult but with a few route choice legs and some trickier pockets of complicated rocky parkish areas hidden among the neighborhoods. Hooked 12 slightly, maybe 5-10s lost, and was a bit confused on the way to 13, but chose solid routes for the most part, though right to 12 may have been better, hard to tell. Got crushed by one Scandiboi by like 2min and was some 20s behind another.

Running warm up/down 16:44 intensity: (6:20 @1) + (9:57 @2) + (27 @3) 1.19 mi (14:01 / mi) +2m 13:56 / mi
ahr:101 max:142

12 PM

Running warm up/down 12:07 intensity: (7:35 @1) + (3:29 @2) + (1:03 @3) 0.87 mi (13:56 / mi) +5m 13:42 / mi
ahr:122 max:147

1 PM

Hiking 38:39 intensity: (20:33 @1) + (9:00 @2) + (9:06 @3) 2.05 mi (18:51 / mi) +265m 13:27 / mi
ahr:114 max:183

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