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Training Log Archive: BorisGr

In the 7 days ending Jan 28:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cross-Training4 2:20:00
  T.rex training4 1:50:00
  Hiking1 1:20:00
  Orienteering1 15:00
  Total7 5:45:00
  [1-5]6 4:25:00

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Sunday Jan 28 #

Orienteering 15:00 [3]

My knee had been feeling decent really, so I decided to see if I could orienteer. The answer is no. I started a Red course, but it took about two controls before sharp pain kicked in. I limped through two more controls and then walked back to the finish, dejected.

Luckily, the self-pity party didn't last long, as I got back, changed, and joined Alli, Inara, and Barney for a walk around the Yellow course. We had a great time, making exaggerated beeping noises for Inara at each control. We finished as second beagle and best baby.

Saturday Jan 27 #

T.rex training 30:00 [1]

A pilates video with Alli at home followed by my leg raises.

Friday Jan 26 #

Cross-Training 1:00:00 [2]

I found something even more boring than 60 minutes of elliptical: 60 minutes of stationary bike!

Thursday Jan 25 #

Cross-Training 20:00 [1]

T.rex training 40:00 [1]

Right, so just in case we end up doing Gatineau Loppet in a few weeks (anyone want to babysit for a few hours?), I better do some arm strength training.

Wednesday Jan 24 #

Cross-Training 30:00 [3]

Tried to get my heart rate up on a stationary bike. I am really not very good at that.

T.rex training 10:00 [1]


Tuesday Jan 23 #

Cross-Training 30:00 [1]

On a spinning bike at the gym at the Blairs. Also, we joined the local YMCA, which offers babysitting while we work out.

T.rex training 30:00 [1]

Monday Jan 22 #

Hiking 1:20:00 [0]

Rough night of sleep for Inara and us, so good thing the government was shut down. We finally got out the door for a really nice hike in the late afternoon. Rock Creek is delightful. We ran into Suzanne Izzo, the current F80 US orienteering champion, clearing trails and doing maintenance work in the park. Inspirational!

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