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Training Log Archive: abiperk

In the 7 days ending Nov 17:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Orienteering3 3:17:19 9.61(20:32) 15.47(12:45) 610
  Trail Run1 2:15:38 9.18(14:46) 14.77(9:11) 1179
  Bike - Roads2 1:34:22 18.39(11.7/h) 29.6(18.8/h) 405
  Strength2 1:23:00
  Kayak Erg1 20:00
  Total8 8:50:19 37.18 59.83 2194

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Sunday Nov 17 #

10 AM

Bike - Roads (TrainerRoad) 52:30 [3] 9.35 mi (10.7 mph)
shoes: Giant NRS FS (Brucemobile)


Saturday Nov 16 #

8 AM

Orienteering 1:05:09 [2] 2.03 mi (32:06 / mi) +290ft 28:16 / mi
shoes: Topo - Mtn Racer 1

Third weekend in a row of family geocaching/letter boxing adventures. Recording this one here because it involved a lot of bushwhacking and sidehilling with Simon in the ergo. Definitely good stability training!
8 PM

Strength 43:00 [3]

Friday Nov 15 #

2 PM

Kayak Erg 20:00 [4]

Metcon - 10x40sec hard/20sec recovery

Thursday Nov 14 #

Strength 40:00 [3]

Wednesday Nov 13 #

9 AM

Trail Run 2:15:38 [3] 9.18 mi (14:46 / mi) +1179ft 13:10 / mi
shoes: Salomon Speedcross

Run/hike with Laurie, followed by bimbimbap at the Chestnut Hill Farmers Market. 20 degree real feel. Hip still a little bit stiff, but not sore and hitching like Saturday.

Tuesday Nov 12 #

3 PM

Orienteering 1:08:45 [3] 3.63 mi (18:56 / mi) +145ft 18:15 / mi
shoes: Salomon Speedcross

Clearing the XC orienteering course with broots - about 30 degrees colder than yesterday. Didn't have to guess where the bonus map was this time around.

Monday Nov 11 #

2 PM

Bike - Roads 41:52 [3] 9.04 mi (13.0 mph) +405ft
shoes: Niner Air9 RDO

To GA. Lots of red lights.

Orienteering 1:03:25 [4] 3.95 mi (16:03 / mi) +175ft 15:25 / mi
shoes: Salomon Speedcross

Broots designed a mini-rogaine on GA's campus for the XC team - 20 paired CPs (IE - have to get F1 and B1 to get one point), plus 5 unmapped bonus CPs unlocked at random controls along the course. I joined forced with two of the captains. We cleared the course but missed one of the bonus maps. We weren't sure which one had that bonus so revisited B4, at the far western end of the creek, then circled back to the finish empty handed. We had 6 minutes left on the clock, and it occurred to me that the missing map may have been at our first point of the day, F2 at the top of the soccer field. We booked it over, and it was, indeed, there, but the bonus point was on the other side of campus. We didn't have time to get it, so we headed back to the finish. Turned out almost everyone missed that map in the chaotic cluster at that CP. We won the women's division and came in second overall to the two boys' coaches, who missed two of the bonus points and got lucky in their retracing to find them, then dashed around to retrieve the mapped points, coming in with 23 seconds to spare. They ran an extra 1.5 miles to get them - impressive. A super fun afternoon. We gave leftover Rootstock medals to all participants.

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