Armed Forces USA training camp - Goal setting and training strategy. Now that I am back to normal-ish w/ the surgery recovery, my over-arching goal now is to start scoring 70s on Blue. On my worst days I'm in the 40s. Average days are 50s. And good days are lower 60s. So I hope to step up to more consistent 60s and eventually 70s. Gave a lot of thought and took a lot of input from teammates and coach. Bascially there are fitness and technical goals. For fitness I need to work on ~10 mile speed and endurance. I also am going to start incorporating terrain intervals, lower ankle/lower leg strength and flexibility, and continue with hill intervals. My techinical work has been sporadic and largely race-centric, so I need to change that. 2,000 controls per year visited or visualized is a new goal. On days when I cant workout (except Sundays) I will at least visualize 10 controls, usually more using things like route gadget reviews, toutube videos, and catching features, to name a few possibiliites, But I also have a couple O venues close to home, so I need to take advantage of those more often by setting courses for myself, and that goal is at least once a week. I also want to volunteer for control setting at least twice before CISM. I considered upcoming national races. Employment situation brings challenges but my hope is to make it to the next spring training camp and California races, plus some other nationals TBD. GA Navigator and TX are possibilities, but thr Dec SFO is out due to military training. Will flesh this out some more.