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Training Log Archive: X8A7

In the 7 days ending May 19:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Roller Ski Classic3 3:17:00 28.35(6:57) 45.62(4:19)
  Hike5 1:50:00 11.0(10:00) 17.7(6:13)
  Trail Run3 1:40:00 10.78(9:17) 17.35(5:46)
  Orienteering1 1:25:33 7.41(11:33) 11.93(7:10)
  Road Bike1 1:07:00 16.81(3:59) 27.05(2:29)
  Road Run1 34:00 3.35(10:09) 5.39(6:18)
  Total7 9:53:33 77.7(7:38) 125.04(4:45)

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Sunday May 19 #

Roller Ski Classic 1:41:00 [1] 14.56 mi (6:56 / mi)
ahr:128

PLC to Kodak and back - doing both Kodak access roads. Stiff headwind when heading west at times.

Trail Run 22:00 [1] 2.19 mi (10:03 / mi)
ahr:124

I had planned on biking after the roller ski, but considering the hours I've done this week, and the hours of previous weeks, I decided to keep this workout on the shorter side for what was planned. So I didn't want to go through the hassle of changing in my car for a very short bike ride. Therefore, I drove to Homestead for a short run instead. Legs felt very heavy and I start to bonk at the end.

Saturday May 18 #

Trail Run 12:00 [1] 1.1 mi (10:55 / mi)
ahr:129

warmup

Orienteering 49:33 [4] 5.03 mi (9:51 / mi)
ahr:171 max:182

Cherry Creek red course, 7.7 km straight line. It was a good run given my lack of fitness. Took it out a bit too fast and was really feeling it going to 6, so I eased up a bit, held a steady pace from there. Had to walk the steeps going through the big ditch, I never like to walk, but the fitness just isn't there. The only issue with navigation was I got pushed too far south going to 15 because I forget that when crossing the big ditch, I always do it orthogonally and not at an angle to keep the line. Somehow still managed to win that leg though. Despite the lack of fitness, I was happy with the win. I know Cherry Creek is not the most exciting place to orienteer, but it was lot of fun and thanks to all those who helped put it on.
Results: http://www.rmoc.org/index.php?option=com_content&a...
Quickroute: https://www.flickr.com/photos/98725947@N05/5373174...

Orienteering 36:00 [1] 2.38 mi (15:08 / mi)
ahr:125

control pickup

Friday May 17 #

Road Run 34:00 [1] 3.35 mi (10:09 / mi)
ahr:127

Easy run through Glenmere Pk and west and central campus. In Glenmere Pk I did some Achilles stretching, more stretching after the run.

Hike 30:00 [1] 3.0 mi (10:00 / mi)

to/from campus, plus out to Gunter and back.

Thursday May 16 #

Roller Ski Classic 1:04:00 [1] 9.15 mi (7:00 / mi)
ahr:129

Funplex

Hike 20:00 [1] 2.0 mi (10:00 / mi)

to/from campus

Wednesday May 15 #

Road Bike 1:07:00 [1] 16.81 mi (3:59 / mi)
ahr:126

Island grove, out to the 'burbs, short lap around that before heading back to island grove. A bit tired from yesterday.

Hike 20:00 [1] 2.0 mi (10:00 / mi)

to/from campus

Roller Ski Classic 32:00 [1] 4.64 mi (6:54 / mi)
ahr:125

Funplex

Tuesday May 14 #

Trail Run 22:00 [1] 2.18 mi (10:06 / mi)
ahr:123

warmup

Trail Run 20:00 [4] 2.98 mi (6:43 / mi)
ahr:165 max:181

Intervals at east trail. Trying to be smart about training, so did a very easy workout as to ensure no injury aggravation. 1, 2, 4, 6, 2, 1min, with 1 min rest. It was a perfect workout, no injury problems, it felt good to run semi hard, and it was enjoyable. All paces were below 7min/mile. Achilles had no problem and the left knee hurt just a touch when bent too much, but otherwise was fine.

Trail Run 24:00 [1] 2.33 mi (10:18 / mi)
ahr:142

cooldown

Hike 20:00 [1] 2.0 mi (10:00 / mi)

to/from campus

Monday May 13 #

Hike 20:00 [1] 2.0 mi (10:00 / mi)

to/from campus

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