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Training Log Archive: bbrooke

In the 7 days ending Aug 3:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Administration3 7:00:00
  Run / Hike5 2:52:45 13.81(12:31) 22.23(7:46) 205
  Strength / Stretching2 2:00:00
  Orienteering1 1:28:27 4.53(19:32) 7.29(12:08) 839
  Total9 13:21:12 18.34 29.51 1044
  [1-5]7 6:21:12
averages - sleep:6.7 weight:120lbs

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Saturday Aug 3 #

5 PM

Strength / Stretching 1:00:00 [3]
slept:7.0


Yard work -- weeding, pruning, raking, sweeping, hauling heavy mulch bags, etc. It was 3.5 hours but I'm logging it as one hour.

Friday Aug 2 #

Note
slept:7.0 weight:119.6lbs


Stomach was very painfully crampy all night -- that feeling of "I'd probably feel better if I threw up". WTH?! Ain't nobody got time for that...

6 PM

Run / Hike race 37:31 [3] 4.0 mi (9:23 / mi) +205ft 8:57 / mi
shoes: Brooks Adrenaline (2019)


Run for the Cure at Eldorado State Park.

This race had been on my radar, but I didn't decide to do it until I heard Charlie would be there with his nephews and JP, as well as several friends from my running group.

It was an out-and-back course, with all the uphill in the second half -- and not actually in the state park, as I had assumed. My stomach settled enough to get through all four miles at a reasonable pace.

It was fun, with good food & beer afterwards, and the world's longest awards ceremony (we stuck around for that since Charlie had gotten 3rd in his AG).

I was #6 of 8 in my age group -- behind Constantina Dita (#2) and Nuța Olaru (#1). Good grief. ;-)

Thursday Aug 1 #

6 PM

Run / Hike 20:00 [3] 1.0 mi (20:00 / mi)
slept:6.0 weight:120.1lbs shoes: Brooks Adrenaline (2019)


LoCO FIT workout at Davidson Mesa.

My stomach seized up and revolted before I could even finish the warmup mile. I walked back to my car...

8 PM

Run / Hike 15:00 [3] 0.75 mi (20:00 / mi)


My stomach was feeling better (although still not 100%), so I walked to & from the rec center.

Strength / Stretching 1:00:00 [3]


Restorative yoga class at the rec center.

Wednesday Jul 31 #

Administration 2:00:00 [0]
slept:8.0 weight:119.4lbs


Prep work for LROC / RMOC training weekend --

* Drafted update message w/ embedded photos, for RMOC email list.
* Created a Facebook event on RMOC's page.
* Created an event & post on Attackpoint.
* A few email follow-ups.

Run / Hike 37:23 [3] 2.0 mi (18:41 / mi)
shoes: Hoka Challenger (2019)


Weekly Runners Roost group run (I walked).

Tuesday Jul 30 #

7 PM

Run / Hike intervals 1:02:51 [3] 6.06 mi (10:22 / mi)
slept:5.0 weight:121.1lbs shoes: Brooks Adrenaline (2019)


LoCO FIT workout at the LMS track. It had just rained and it was still cloudy, so temps were pleasant.

- Ran one mile to warm up.

- 3 x (4 x 400) @ 1-mile to 5K race pace; 30 seconds walking recovery in between laps; 2-3 minutes walking recovery in between sets.

2:07, 2:11, 2:11. 2:08
2:05, 2:01, 2:02, 2:00
2:02, 2:00, 2:02, 1:58

- Ran one mile to cool down.

Monday Jul 29 #

Administration 1:00:00 [0]


Email follow-ups WRT upcoming Frisco meet.

Sunday Jul 28 #

10 AM

Orienteering race 1:28:27 [3] 4.53 mi (19:32 / mi) +839ft 16:37 / mi
slept:7.0 shoes: Brooks Adrenaline (2019)


Red course at Buena Vista.

I think this is my favorite map in Colorado. And it seemed GLORIOUSLY runnable after the recent couple of weeks in Italy & France...

Gøril & her niece from Norway both ran the Green course, so Maiya was my main competition (among females) on Red. I didn't think there was any chance of beating Maiya, so I stopped to take a bunch of photos out on the course.

As it turned out, she only beat me by 47 seconds. DOH! If I hadn't taken all those dumb photos... Oh well; it's fun to have pics of other runners for the RMOC page.

Overall, this went well. I swung out kinda wide to #2; not sure what I was thinking on the way to #5 (bare rock to boulder to saddle would have been 100 times better!); slightly overshot #15 (I looked back and saw John punching it); and then totally blew it on #16 (ready to be finished, obviously not concentrating, and trying to outrun Dave).

I tried to run as much as possible but definitely lost steam on uphills, especially in the last third of the course. But we were at 9,000+ feet...

The only downside of today was the excruciating FOUR-HOUR drive home. (Should be ~2.5 hours.) OMFG.

20190728-BuenaVista-Red

9 PM

Administration 4:00:00 [0]


Buena Vista meet follow-up:

- Figured out the money-math for the meet report; completed the form and mailed it to Sverre.

- Finalized OE2010 results for Night & Day events; uploaded overall results to RMOC database; uploaded XML splits to Attackpoint; sent XML splits to JP for RouteGadget.

- Data entry for volunteer list.

- Created two PayPal invoices.

- One membership renewal & email confirmation.

- Updates to member database based on start cards (vehicles & phone numbers).

- Edited photos & uploaded to RMOC's Facebook page.

- Located photos & links for "member news" in RMOC update; drafted & sent out email with Buena Vista results, links for upcoming meets, and member news.

- Several email follow-ups.

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