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Training Log Archive: L-Jackson

In the 7 days ending Jan 21, 2008:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Elliptical3 2:10:00
  Running1 45:04 5.4(8:21) 8.69(5:11)
  Orienteering1 40:55 4.21(9:43) 6.78(6:02)
  Hockey1 30:00
  Stationary Bike2 30:00
  Weights1 15:00
  Total6 4:50:59 9.61 15.47

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Monday Jan 21, 2008 #

Elliptical 45:00 [3]

Stationary Bike (Recumbant) 15:00 [3]

legs pretty tired this morning

Sunday Jan 20, 2008 #

Orienteering race 40:55 [4] 4.21 mi (9:43 / mi)
shoes: PI Synchro Seek Trail

ROC - Score-O at Mendon Ponds. Although it was a Score-O, the route was fairly obvious and for the most part everyone took the same route. I didn't feel so hot this morning and was scheduled to volunteer - so when I got a chance to run right away I wasn't quite mentally prepared. That feeling was somewhat reinforced when I had troubles with #3 and #4. However, it turned out that they were slightly misplaced. Settled in after that. Only hiccups were having to stop and tie each shoe once and maybe 1/2 minute to move #13 to the right spot. It was nice to get out there and the sun made me forget about the cold.

Saturday Jan 19, 2008 #

Hockey 30:00 [2]

Fairport Village Rink - low intensity - just skating around with Tyler and passing the puck back and forth. He has been skating for 3 years, but this was his first time with a stick.

Friday Jan 18, 2008 #

Elliptical 45:00 [3]

After bagging the Thursday trip to the gym, it was a bit easier to persuade myself today.

Stationary Bike 15:00 [2]

Wednesday Jan 16, 2008 #

Elliptical 40:00 [3]

Weights 15:00 [2]

mostly core

Tuesday Jan 15, 2008 #

Running 45:04 [3] 5.4 mi (8:21 / mi)
shoes: PI Synchro Seek Trail

Needed to return a movie and wanted to get a run in - so the evening worked out nice. Cutting through 1/2 of the Fairport Public Schools and behind Wegmans made for nice run that was mostly on sidewalks or paved trails. It turned out that there were a few more hills than anticipated.

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