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Training Log Archive: Cat Dealer

In the 7 days ending Nov 16, 2019:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Running2 53:56 7.21(7:29) 11.6(4:39) 32028.7
  Orienteering1 51:37 4.85(10:39) 7.8(6:37) 30031.0
  Total3 1:45:33 12.06(8:45) 19.4(5:26) 62059.6

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Saturday Nov 16, 2019 #

4 PM

Running 43:55 intensity: (8 @1) + (17 @2) + (6:14 @3) + (37:12 @4) + (4 @5) 5.76 mi (7:37 / mi) +310m 6:32 / mi
ahr:166 max:180 (injured)

Afternoon Run
Huh, guess I feel pretty good now :)
P.S. maybe I should have taken it easier...

Friday Nov 15, 2019 #

4 PM

Running 10:01 intensity: (7 @1) + (14 @2) + (5:03 @3) + (4:37 @4) 1.45 mi (6:56 / mi) +10m 6:47 / mi
ahr:157 max:168 (injured)

Afternoon Run
Super intense workout of me testing my leg. It doesn't exactly hurt but it feels really weird to run on. Feels almost like there is a shell underneath my skin where I hit my leg. Followed this up with 2 hours of nitro-ball so lets see how tomorrow's run goes.

Thursday Nov 14, 2019 #

Note
(injured)

Taking a break for a little bit. Will be back to running after some rest.

Sunday Nov 10, 2019 #

10 AM

Orienteering 51:37 [4] 7.8 km (6:37 / km) +300m 5:33 / km

HVO Chase Start Red/Blue
8.8 km (5:53 / km) +249m 5:09 / km
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Really fast and fun course in chase start format! Red and Blue shared the same course and I started 8 minutes behind the Red course leader, Andis, 3 minutes behind the Red course mass start, and 2 minutes behind the Blue Course leader, Greg. Saw only a handful of people, and didn't stick long with them ;) Didn't see Greg unfortunately. Pretty happy with my race but had very few errors that I need to straighten out if I want to win.

Errors:
4. 10 s
5. 40 s
13. 1m15s
22. 10s
Total: 2m15s

Cause:
Mistake on 4 was due to hesitation.
Mistake on 5 was a mixture of a poor exit and not correcting enough out of it / not reading the features of the hill in front of me carefully enough.
Mistake on 13 was due to a poor exit / poor compass. I overestimated how much climb it was too the control, and hit a feature similar to what I thought the opening was. I also hit some rocks here, and only started figuring out I was making a mistake when I saw there was no control there.
Mistake on 22 was due to not reading the leg / poor exit. Did not read the beginning of the route and missed the very obvious choice of running down.

Solution:
Big one is compass out of controls carefully and have a quick attackpoint immediately out of the control that can confirm I am going out of the control correctly. This will help me on bigger mistakes like that of 5 and 13.
Actually read the legs, even if it's at the end of the course and seems obvious.
If everything has been lining up, have confidence!

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