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Training Log Archive: bbrooke

In the 7 days ending Sep 2:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Administration2 4:00:00
  Run / Hike5 3:39:40 17.97(12:13) 28.92(7:36) 192
  Orienteering2 2:50:00 10.88(15:38) 17.51(9:43) 517
  Strength / Stretching1 1:00:00
  Cycling1 53:27 6.36(8:24) 10.23(5:13) 220
  Total8 12:23:07 35.21 56.66 929
  [1-5]8 8:23:07
averages - sleep:6.1 weight:110.5lbs

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Saturday Sep 2 #

10 AM

Orienteering race (Red course) 1:21:18 [3] 5.19 mi (15:40 / mi) +224m 13:49 / mi
slept:6.0 shoes: Salomon Speedcross (2017-Navy)


This was another fun course (I did the long option again). I made a DUMB mistake at #9 and lost two spots there (to Doug & John). Leaving #10, I had tunnel vision and totally missed the option of staying close to the line (and then taking the road). But I was pretty happy with this overall.

I stepped in a hole near the end and mildly sprained my ankle. It didn't hurt while I was finishing the course, but it IS hurting now and it looks like a cankle. I used today's dirty knee socks to tie on a ziplock bag full of ice; maybe that helped a little.

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2 PM

Cycling 53:27 [3] 6.36 mi (8:24 / mi) +220m 7:35 / mi
shoes: Safire


I dragged my mountain bike along with me on this trip, so I forced myself to ride even though I was kinda tired from the races yesterday and today. I did the "Stone Temple" loop at Curt Gowdy, and it was great -- perfect for my ability level (but not boring) and scenic. It's a short loop and I'd ride it more than once if that was all I was doing this weekend...but I didn't want to overdo it with two more races left to go.

And then I rode over to the lake area to have a quick visit with Cindy & Bruce at their campsite.

Friday Sep 1 #

Event: Labor Daze
 

Orienteering race (Red course) 1:28:42 [3] 5.69 mi (15:35 / mi) +293m 13:26 / mi
slept:4.0 weight:109.2lbs shoes: Brooks Adrenaline (2017)


My original plan was drive up Thursday evening or early Friday morning so that I could MTB at Curt Gowdy on Friday morning before the race.

Instead...I left home Friday at around 1pm, got stuck in I-25 traffic congestion, and screeched into the Telephone Song parking area with about 10 minutes left to change clothes and get ready for the race -- kinda stressful.

(But, on Thursday, I did get my carpets cleaned, made a Goodwill run, did laundry, went to my running group, did six weeks work of checkbook balancing and bill paying in Quicken, and finished some work to (almost) meet a deadline even though I was on vacation...ugh). I got only four hours of sleep before leaving for Laramie on Friday, but I knew I'd be much more relaxed this weekend with all that stuff done and not waiting for me on Monday.

Race: I enjoyed this course a lot (such nice terrain compared to super-steep Camp Alexander last weekend...). At the shortcut decision point, the long option was a nice, long downhill leg, so I went for it.

I may have benefited from pack running at the beginning and very end of the course, but I was mostly on my own for the middle portion -- and I'm happy that I had a pretty clean run. (The areas mapped as rough open were very thick / tight vegetation, so I decided to go around those, e.g. 3-4 and 11-12.)

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Thursday Aug 31 #

Run / Hike (Summer Training 2017) 36:18 [3] 2.82 mi (12:52 / mi)
slept:7.0 shoes: Brooks Adrenaline (2017)


Easy running & walking w/ running group (I didn;t do the workout, due to having four days of orienteering coming up, and also hopefully some MTB, starting tomorrow).

Wednesday Aug 30 #

Run / Hike tempo (Summer Training 2017) 56:20 [3] 5.45 mi (10:20 / mi) +53m 10:02 / mi
slept:7.0 weight:111.5lbs shoes: Brooks Adrenaline (2017)


I was supposed to do yesterday's five-mile tempo run today, but I was running out of daylight by the time I got home from work / errands, and I have a zillion tasks to finish (for work, RMOC, and at home) before I can leave for Laramie late Thursday or early Friday morning (to hopefully allow time for MTB'ing @ Curt Gowdy)...so I shortened it to three miles instead of five.

From home to the Daughenbaugh / Warembourg trails:

- Ran one mile and then walked a bit to warm up.

- Three-mile tempo run (9:05, 8:58, 8:53).

- Walked a bit and then ran one mile to cool down.

I enjoyed the crickets, frogs, bats, and one large owl.

Administration 2:00:00 [0]


* Camp Tahosa meet -- web page updates, email reminder, and email follow-ups.

* Added one new family membership to RMOC database.

* Summarized 2017 meet totals for USFS permit fee; set up Galen as a database user.

* Miscellaneous email follow-ups.

Tuesday Aug 29 #

Run / Hike 41:48 [3] 2.33 mi (17:56 / mi)
slept:7.0 shoes: Brooks Adrenaline (2017)


I left work early to go get blood drawn (for my thyroid rx), so I should have been early to my running group -- but then I realized I had left my running bag in my cubicle at work. :-|

I'll do the workout tomorrow -- so tonight I just went for a neighborhood walk.

Monday Aug 28 #

Strength / Stretching 1:00:00 [3]
slept:4.0 weight:110.5lbs


Yoga class at the rec center.

Run / Hike 15:00 [3] 1.0 mi (15:00 / mi)


Walked to & from the rec center.

Sunday Aug 27 #

Run / Hike hills 1:10:14 [3] 6.37 mi (11:02 / mi) +139m 10:20 / mi
slept:8.0 weight:110.8lbs shoes: Brooks Adrenaline (2017)


I probably could have counted yesterday's orienteering course as the six-mile run I was supposed to do this weekend, but I mostly walked yesterday...

I started at the west end of the Mayhoffer-Singletree trail this time (at 66th), so I could warm up for a while before hitting the big hill on Meadowlark Trail. Next time I think I'll start where Coal Creek Dr crosses the trail, so that I can get more of the Meadowlark hill before turning around.

Full sun but not too miserably hot -- and I still LOVE my hydration vest.

Ran 6.1, walked the rest.



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Camp Alexander follow-ups:

- Posted overall results & splits.
- Memberships (database updates & email confirmations).
- Sent invoice to Fountain Valley School.
- Miscellaneous email replies.
- Posted updates to RMOC's Facebook page.
- Located, scanned & posted map samples for Labor Daze.
- Sent out RMOC update email w/ links for results, Labor Daze, and other upcoming events.

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