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Training Log Archive: Collin_Parker

In the 7 days ending Sep 24:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Competition3 3:13:57 4.66 7.5
  With Team4 3:10:16
  Personal1 10:00
  Total7 6:34:13 4.66 7.5
averages - sleep:7.5

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Saturday Sep 24 #


Good work today. I beat some people on the team for the first time today, which was a nice morale boost. I did not get completely lost at any point during the course, but a few of the splits could have been quicker. Being more intentional about rough compassing was very helpful.

Competition 1:07:38 [3] 3.8 km (17:48 / km)
shoes: Saloman SpeedCross 3

Friday Sep 23 #


I drifted quite a bit whenver I ran between trails, I should have been more careful with my direction. I veered way of course twice, so I need to keep better contact with the map. The last few points, which I assume were supposed to be easier, took me a very long time. The go control was a phenomenal sprint.

Competition 1:06:25 [3] 3.7 km (17:57 / km)

Thursday Sep 22 #

With Team 45:00 [3]

Musical O Bags
survived about 5-7 rounds. Got some good quality sprinting in.
Sustain: Fast running
Improve: Don't get beat by David Sayles next time

Wednesday Sep 21 #

With Team 35:16 [3]
slept:7.5 shoes: Saloman SpeedCross 3

Orienteering at Round Pond with female LTC Campbell, CPTs Kohlberg, and friends. I ran the orange intermediate course 2.3k. I felt strong today but could have made a better route decision when I chose a longer route with roads instead of dead reckoning through the woods.

Personal 10:00 [3]

APFT work
Bring Sally Up challenge
50 pushups

Tuesday Sep 20 #

With Team 1:05:00 [3]
shoes: Saloman SpeedCross 3

Orienteering by Round Pond with Female LTC Campbell and her friends. I had trouble identifying the "ride" that LTC Campbell suggested I take to get to a point, so I wandered a bit.

Monday Sep 19 #

With Team 45:00 [3]

5 mile run with Dan. When I asked him questions he sped up to get away from me so I would run faster to keep up and that continued the whole way and led to excellent results for both of us. Good stretching and 8 minutes of ab work to close out.

Sunday Sep 18 #

Competition 59:54 [3]
shoes: Saloman SpeedCross 3

I was doing incredibly well for the first third of the race. I was confident, fast, and precise because I implemented new techniques after learning from the AAR of yesterday. I planned my routes in segments where I ran quickly between obvious attack points and didn't waste time looking at my map the entire time. Then I planned a route where I would hit a trail and make two lefts, but I misidentified some collecting features including cliff faces and the sound of flowing water. I ran in the wrong direction and took a while to figure out where I was, causing me to add over twenty minutes to my time. I was able to make it back to my last point and recover, after which I did very well again. I should have been much better than this.

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