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Training Log Archive: ebone

In the 7 days ending Dec 2, 2001:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running - Easy4 2:42:17 20.73(7:50) 33.37(4:52)
  Rollerblading1 40:30 7.4(5:28) 11.91(3:24)
  Running - Pace1 27:58 2.49(11:15) 4.0(7:00)
  Cycling1 14:36 3.14(4:39) 5.05(2:53)
  Total4 4:05:21 33.76(7:16) 54.33(4:31)

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Sunday Dec 2, 2001 #

Rollerblading (easy) 40:30 [2] 7.4 mi (5:28 / mi)

Rollerbladed to East Greenlake, around the lake 1 2/3 times, then up the hill from Woodland. I mostly felt pretty good, considering how long it's been since I've 'bladed (and I'm sick).

Running - Easy (road) 56:55 [2] 7.63 mi (7:28 / mi)

Ran North to Ravenna Blvd, down through Ravenna Park, along the Burke-Gilman Trail to Gasworks Park, through the park, then North up the hill and home via Good Shepherd Center. The lights of downtown were pretty from Gasworks. It was a chilly evening, and I ran with a jacket, which is almost unheard of for me.

Saturday Dec 1, 2001 #

Running - Easy (road / grass / trail) 16:00 [2] 2.34 mi (6:50 / mi)

Warmed up for Farrel-McWhirter orienteering. I felt really beat, probably from a combination of last nights terrain run and still being sick with this tenacious flu.

Running - Pace (orienteering) 27:58 [4] 4.0 km (7:00 / km)

Ran course 4 at Farrel-McWhirter. I made a few mistakes and generally wasn't sharp. I probably lost 1.5-2 minutes in hesitations, misses, and poor route choices.

Friday Nov 30, 2001 #

Cycling (easy) 7:00 [2] 1.57 mi (4:27 / mi)

Biked to school (Odegaard).

Cycling (easy) 7:36 [2] 1.57 mi (4:50 / mi)

Biked home from campus.

Running - Easy (terrain) 50:32 [2] 8.42 km (6:00 / km)

Strapped on the night-O light (finally, a real test) and O-shoes and went for a run at Marymoor Park. It was drizzling and in the upper 40s, while I was running at 2:20-3:30 in the middle of the night. There was quite a bit of water on the ground, since Lake Sammamish was at least two feet higher than usual, so it was a sort of night marsh run. Also, I didn't think I would want to, but I ran through a bunch of the head-high grass, so it was a sort of night grassy marsh run. It was the kind of knee-lifting, ankle-torquing trek that appeals to the animal. When I got to the boardwalk through the swamp, much of it was covered with a few inches of water. Then it ended at the trail to the dog area, which was under about a foot of water--cool!

Tuesday Nov 27, 2001 #

Running - Easy (road) 38:50 [2] 5.53 mi (7:01 / mi)

Parked in Laurelhurst, then ran an abbreviated Laurelhurst loop. I felt good, but my pulse was a bit high at times (160+), probably because I've had a flu.

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