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Training Log Archive: GraceE

In the 7 days ending Apr 14:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running5 2:43:00 18.47(8:49) 29.73(5:29)
  Orienteering2 1:20:30 8.06(9:59) 12.97(6:12)
  Total6 4:03:30 26.53(9:11) 42.7(5:42)
averages - weight:59.3kg

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Sunday Apr 14 #

5 PM

Orienteering 51:00 [3] *** 6.9 km (7:23 / km)

Back of Stromlo. This was a last minute decision; Matt printed a map and drew up a course in 2mins. I started running a little before 5 and finished at 6 just on dark. It was really nice out there, just me and all the kangaroos.

Running warm up/down 15:00 [3] 2.55 km (5:53 / km)

Jog to the start and back from the finish.

Saturday Apr 13 #

12 PM

Running 46:00 [3] 8.2 km (5:37 / km)

Cooleman Ridge. Would have been nice to run for longer but didn't have much energy and mostly, my glute/leg was screaming at me to just leave it. Conrad Sewell's "Healing Hands" helped me shuffle back to the car :D

Friday Apr 12 #

12 PM

Running 35:00 [4] 7.42 km (4:43 / km)

Lunchtime Central Basin run from work.

Wednesday Apr 10 #

5 PM

Running 37:00 [3] 7.44 km (4:58 / km)

The girls and I picked up Matt from work so that I could be dropped off on the way home in order to get a run in before heading out to see Danny Bhoy. I ran home from Curtin "up" the Woden bike path with 2 x 2kms tempo.
We made it to the comedy in time and lucky Michelle the babysitter got to play "hairdressers", "doctors" and "first day of school" roleplay games with Florence who was in her element by the sound of things.

Tuesday Apr 9 #

6 PM

Running 30:00 [3] 4.12 km (7:17 / km)

Straight up Mt Taylor via the steepest path then down the zig-zags, in a hurry as had to get ready and go out to dinner.

Monday Apr 8 #

6 PM

Orienteering (score) 29:30 [4] ** 6.07 km (4:52 / km)

Street-O on the new Kingston-Barton map. My office building in Barton was on the map so I thought it would be a handy training to do straight after work. My old flat in Kingston was also on the map. Getting a few minutes before the start to plan a route and decide which two controls to drop was a welcome relief for the very indecisive (me) and made for an enjoyable burn-up without worrying about which control to get next. It was dark so this was a headtorch run.

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