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Training Log Archive: Bomb

In the 7 days ending Jun 9:

activity # timemileskm+m
  walk5 21:08:46 39.95(31:46) 64.29(19:44) 3294
  Orienteering1 20:33 2.25(9:07) 3.63(5:40)
  Running1 8:51 0.74(11:59) 1.19(7:27)
  Total6 21:38:10 42.94(30:14) 69.11(18:47) 3294
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Saturday Jun 8 #

8 AM

walk 2:20:21 intensity: (2:19:13 @1) + (1:08 @2) 8.4 km (16:42 / km) +523m 12:45 / km
ahr:101 max:142

A-T Day 5. Anchorage to Apple tree bay to meet the ferry. Our start time got Barb'd and somehow ended up an hour earlier than we first agreed. Bit of a grunt to start but then trended downhill to the pickup. Nice easy day to finish with lots of nice little beaches to visit.

Amazing week with fantastic weather - so good that we kept forgetting that it was actually winter. It was pretty quiet on the trails and only a few people in each of the huts - max was 8. It was interesting talking to one of the rangers who was saying how busy it gets over summer - sounds insane.
It was also interesting talking to the rangers about the pest management programs and how they're working to improve the bird population - there was noticeably heaps of birds in the forest, and not just the wekas at the campgrounds.

Injury-wise I survived the week ok - taped my calf on the first day but after that wore a calf sleeve which seemed to work fine. Hip also ok.

The rain started the morning after we got out and winter returned.

Friday Jun 7 #

9 AM

walk 4:58:42 intensity: (13:28 @0) + (4:42:32 @1) + (2:42 @2) 11.64 km (25:40 / km) +552m 20:45 / km
ahr:87 max:138

A-T Day 4. Bark Bay to Anchorage. Another low tide crossing at the end of today but with the tides getting later we had plenty of time and ate lunch while we watched the tide go out. it was nice that as the days went on the distance got shorter, climb was less and packs were lighter.

Thursday Jun 6 #

10 AM

walk 4:17:53 intensity: (1:56 @0) + (4:04:28 @1) + (11:12 @2) + (17 @3) 13.69 km (18:50 / km) +676m 15:07 / km
ahr:99 max:146

A-T day 3. Awaroa to Bark Bay. busted out the gaiters to keep the sand out of my boots which made my feet much happier.

Wednesday Jun 5 #

8 AM

walk 6:11:56 intensity: (5:41:42 @1) + (28:46 @2) + (1:28 @3) 19.94 km (18:39 / km) +1106m 14:36 / km
ahr:105 max:149

A-T day 2. Whariwharangi to Awaroa via Separation point and Totaranui. Lots of seals at Separation point which was nice. This got to be a bit of a drag after lunch as my boots kept accumulating sand which was hurting my feet. Barb took off after lunch in a bit of a stress about the low tide crossing at Awaroa. Turns out we made it with about 3 hours to spare.

Tuesday Jun 4 #

11 AM

walk 3:19:54 intensity: (2:42:17 @1) + (37:37 @2) 10.63 km (18:49 / km) +438m 15:36 / km
ahr:108 max:144

Abel Tasman track day 1 - ferry to Totaranui then Totaranui to Whariwharangi over Gibbs hill. bit of a grunt up the hill with a heavy first day pack. very nice views. Learnt about Wekas and how they want to steal all our food.

Monday Jun 3 #

9 AM

Orienteering 20:33 intensity: (30 @1) + (20 @2) + (1:19 @3) + (11:29 @4) + (6:55 @5) 3.63 km (5:40 / km)
ahr:167 max:178

KB3 sprint in Takaka. Pretty intense control pick but nothing actually technical. Control descriptions too small to read so lucky the locations were easy. Legs still not up to much.

Running 8:51 intensity: (50 @1) + (4:25 @2) + (3:36 @3) 1.19 km (7:27 / km)
ahr:141 max:150

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