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Training Log Archive: garymm

In the 7 days ending Nov 13:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Mountain bike3 5:54:12 38.84(6.6/h) 62.51(10.6/h)
  orienteering3 4:17:36 13.63(18:54) 21.93(11:45)
  Roller skiing2 2:39:57 22.32(8.4/h) 35.92(13.5/h)
  Road bike1 1:33:14 23.2(14.9/h) 37.34(24.0/h)
  Hike1 54:00 1.9(28:25) 3.06(17:40)
  Total9 15:18:59 99.89(9:12) 160.76(5:43)

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Saturday Nov 13 #

6 PM

orienteering 1:13:28 [5] 5.11 mi (14:23 / mi)
ahr:153 max:172

A night-o at powder mills. One mistake that likely cost me getting the 4 controls near the finish. I ran the whole thing which was good. Max HR seems high.
8 PM

orienteering warm up/down 32:05 [2] 1.52 mi (21:07 / mi)

pickup controls

Friday Nov 12 #

10 AM

Roller skiing 1:09:39 [3] 9.64 mi (8.3 mph)
ahr:131 max:157 shoes: hjul skate

Mendon with Stina. A bit tired arms and legs so today was a bit shorter than normal.

Thursday Nov 11 #

1 PM

Mountain bike 1:34:10 [3] 10.51 mi (6.7 mph)
ahr:126 max:150 shoes: 27.5

OCP with Stina. Still warm for November (55 deg), but cloudy and windy. Rode the race loop at a bit of an easy pace. The trails were in good shape, with a couple of small mud puddles/sort spots. The field between the end of the red trail and yellow trail was very wet and slippery. I stayed in the grass and was just able to get through.

Wednesday Nov 10 #

10 AM

Roller skiing 1:30:18 [3] 12.68 mi (8.4 mph)
ahr:125 max:153 shoes: hjul skate

Mendon with Stina. it rained last night so the roads were wet this morning, so we went north then south. Another beautiful fall day. Legs felt better than expected, but we didn't do any hill repeats so that helped.

Tuesday Nov 9 #

1 PM

Road bike 1:33:14 [3] 23.2 mi (14.9 mph)
ahr:120 max:140 shoes: Fuji road

60 deg F with a light south wind that turn turned to a north wind on the way home. Too nice of a November day to waste. The south route to DEC then north to Kavanaugh and home. As the wind picked up the leaves began to rain down with some nice colors. Rode easy to give the legs a chance to recover from the last couple of days.

Monday Nov 8 #

9 AM

Hike 54:00 [3] 1.9 mi (28:25 / mi)

A walk around Fair Hill, after biking

Mountain bike 2:49:55 [3] 18.14 mi (6.4 mph)
ahr:119 max:157 shoes: 27.5

A ride of Fair hill environmental area in Delaware with Stina. A beautiful day 55 to 62 deg F, lots of sun, and a nice area. This area is a bit more technical than White Clay Creek with some short steep climbs, roots and, some other stuff, nice intermediate stuff. My legs were tired so it was an easy pace. We made a new friend, a young dog named Gerry who found us. He had got a way from his owners and was dragging a long yellow rope behind him when he ran up from behind us. We had seen him and his owners earlier in the ride so we walked him back toward the last place we saw the owners. After a while we figured out Gerry had a tag so we were able to call his owners and reunite them.

Sunday Nov 7 #

10 AM

orienteering race 2:32:03 [3] 7.0 mi (21:43 / mi)
ahr:130 max:156

DVOA, Back to the Woods national ranking event long course at Rodney Scout Reservation. A perfect weather day to be in the woods. A dumb ass mistake on control #5 pretty much ruined the day. My course, (green-X) included a surprisingly number of dog legs, and a lot of road running.
3 PM

Mountain bike 1:30:07 [3] 10.19 mi (6.8 mph)
ahr:123 max:146 shoes: 27.5

It was such a nice day so we stuck with our plan to do some riding after the o-meet. Rode White Clay Creek in Delaware. The trails were smooth and a bit hillier than Nockamixon but really pretty easy, which was good considering we had both done the 0-meet a couple hours earlier. The trails are marked as intermediate but they are more like advanced beginner trails with a few bits of some intermediate stuff mixed in. Nice easy ride

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