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Training Log Archive: X8A7

In the 7 days ending May 13:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Road Run2 1:37:00 11.38(8:31) 18.31(5:18)
  Orienteering1 18:00 2.09(8:37) 3.36(5:21)
  Trail Run1 15:00 1.3(11:32) 2.09(7:10)
  Total3 2:10:00 14.77(8:48) 23.77(5:28)

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Saturday May 12 #

Trail Run 15:00 [1] 1.3 mi (11:32 / mi)
ahr:121

warmup

Orienteering 18:00 [4] 2.09 mi (8:37 / mi)
ahr:172 max:183

Bear Creek Lake State Park, red course. Goal was to run hard and navigate well, which I guess is always the goal. Upon going to 1 I realized I forgot to get a clue sheet to put in my arm band, not a big deal. Everything was perfect through 6, crossing the stream to 7 was a challenge as the bank kept collapsing as I tried to get out of the stream, I twisted my ankle slightly getting close to 7, so I slowed a bit to let it recover. Halfway to 8, things were back to normal so I put on full steam again until along the road when the same (right) ankle completely turned. I face planted and cut up my hands and rolled around on the ground for a bit, then sat on a post while I saw stars and thought I was going to vomit. The stars and nausea went away after a few minutes and figured I better figure out a way to get back to the start. I tried flagging down a car, but they were having none of it. I could see the main building to the NW and figured I should just limp there, which I did. Got there and asked the women behind the desk for a ride back to the start, a pair of rangers showed up in about 10 minutes and gave me a ride back. AP said I was over 4 minutes in the lead after 8 of 22 controls, maybe I shouldn't be so focused on speed if it leads to ankle injuries. This injury was certainly bad and swelled up very large very quickly, but I don't think it was quite as bad as the RMOF sprain (same ankle) in 2016.

Quickroute: https://www.flickr.com/photos/98725947@N05/2752653...

Results: http://www.rmoc.org/index.php?option=com_content&v...

Thursday May 10 #

Road Run 40:00 [1] 4.16 mi (9:37 / mi)
ahr:130

Around campus, legs felt heavy from yesterday. They weren't really sore though.

Wednesday May 9 #

Road Run 32:00 [1] 3.15 mi (10:10 / mi)
ahr:140

warmupcooldown

Road Run 25:00 [4] 4.07 mi (6:09 / mi)
ahr:181 max:189

Running club. 5x5min. I knew this was going to be a hard workout especially with only 1 min rest. Goal was to stay at 6min pace. Watch is about 5-6 sec slow per mile pace because ground splits were always very close to 6min pace, except the last one. Watch paces were 6:05, 06, 06, 03, 24. I died on the last one. The Urologist was behind a bit on the first 3, then on the 4th he picked it up and I stayed right with him, but I knew the 5 was going to be questionable, he kept at the 6min pace and I died after a lap, had some cramps, but mostly my fitness wasn't up to the workout yet.

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