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Training Log Archive: dtdo

In the 7 days ending Nov 12, 2006:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 4:25:00
  Running1 43:00 4.3(10:00) 6.92(6:13)
  Ice skating1 35:00
  Pilates1 27:00
  Slavic folk dancing1 1:00
  Total5 6:11:00 4.3 6.92

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Sunday Nov 12, 2006 #

Pilates 27:00 [3]

Saturday Nov 11, 2006 #

Orienteering 3:15:00 [2]

Red course at Ransburg with 6 and 7 chopped off. There were many linear features to follow, and I didn't get lost, but that was because I was slower than molasses. In fact, I'm tempted to log this as a hike instead of orienteering. My side-of-an-almost-cliff route choice prob didn't help, but I mainly found the wet leaves, hidden rocks and branches, and steep climbs and sides of hills and re-entrants intimidating.

The woods were lovely and poetically gloomy. No deer or forest fowl today, unlike last weekend, and I didn't pick and eat the blueberries I saw. :) And cedarcreek, hkleaf, and IndyBass all introduced themselves; in fact, it was cedarcreek's excellent suggestion to cut off some of the distance.

Orienteering 1:10:00 [3]

Picking up 10 controls. Very cold so was glad to be moving again but fumbled with unclipping the first few controls on account of numb hands. Forgot to bring a compass but it was a pretty lost-proof area.

Friday Nov 10, 2006 #

Running 43:00 [2] 4.3 mi (10:00 / mi)

Time and distance guestimated. To Olcott Park, around the paved trail a few times, and back home. Had to stop and walk in the middle to shake off the funny feeling in my foot. Even so, it's not very happy.

Thursday Nov 9, 2006 #

Slavic folk dancing 1:00 [1]

All of them.

Wednesday Nov 8, 2006 #


Gym closed for carpet cleaning. I knew I'd be punished for not running outside earlier today when it was warm and sunny.

Monday Nov 6, 2006 #

Ice skating 35:00 [1]

Was there longer but spent some time moving around the red circles putting one foot over the other. I still can't really cross over going clockwise.

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