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Training Log Archive: darryn

In the 7 days ending Apr 5, 2012:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hiking4 6:05:55 14.17(25:49) 22.81(16:03) 491
  Orienteering2 5:01:25 17.97(16:46) 28.92(10:25) 495
  Other1 28:49 1.4(20:36) 2.25(12:48) 1
  Running Trail1 16:35 1.28(12:57) 2.06(8:03) 19
  Total7 11:52:44 34.82(20:28) 56.04(12:43) 1006
  [1-5]7 8:55:23

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Thursday Apr 5, 2012 #

5 PM

Orienteering 1:12:20 intensity: (21 @0) + (7 @1) + (28 @2) + (6:54 @3) + (1:02:44 @4) + (1:46 @5) 5.83 mi (12:24 / mi) +40m 12:09 / mi
ahr:153 max:166

Pre run Lake Elmo Red. I had a cold but decided to do it anyway. Fast course, like an 8k sprint. Messed up on my way to 11 and some other smaller mistakes, but ok overall.

Wednesday Apr 4, 2012 #

5 PM

Other 28:49 intensity: (7:15 @0) + (9:36 @1) + (9:48 @2) + (2:10 @3) 1.4 mi (20:36 / mi) +1m 20:33 / mi
ahr:104 max:140

Helping my daughter learn how to start/stop her bike. She'll be doing long rides soon.

Tuesday Apr 3, 2012 #

10 AM

Hiking 57:49 intensity: (34:09 @0) + (19:26 @1) + (4:14 @2) 1.91 mi (30:21 / mi) +136m 24:50 / mi
ahr:90 max:122

Chester Creek.

Family hike number 3. Up and down the creek. Beautiful, sunny morning.

Monday Apr 2, 2012 #

10 AM

Hiking 1:44:36 intensity: (1:21:17 @0) + (23:11 @1) + (8 @2) 4.22 mi (24:48 / mi) +1m 24:47 / mi
ahr:85 max:114

Hike to the end of Park Point.

Family hike number 2. The classic hike from the Duluth airport to the far end of the Twin Ports harbor. While it was cold and windy, it was bearable. We saw only one other person running on the beach in what looked like a wet suit.

(We tried this hike last time we were in Duluth and it was too windy and icy. Water was blowing off lake making huge ice dunes and freezing before hitting us in the face. Glad we got it done this time.)

Sunday Apr 1, 2012 #

2 PM

Hiking 1:03:03 intensity: (35:51 @0) + (20:09 @1) + (7:03 @2) 1.56 mi (40:27 / mi) +125m 32:23 / mi
ahr:90 max:118

Summit Ely Peak

Family hike on recommendation of O' Steve. A good stop before dropping into Duluth. It's not much of a peak of course, but this day there were low clouds obscuring the top so it was a surreal experience for Minnesota. Luckily it cleared a little while we were at the top. We could barley make out the St. Louis river.

I'm sure this will become a regular stop for us.

Saturday Mar 31, 2012 #

8 AM

Hiking 23:58 intensity: (3:34 @0) + (5:19 @1) + (7:46 @2) + (4:26 @3) + (2:53 @4) 1.14 mi (20:58 / mi) +27m 19:32 / mi
ahr:116 max:162

Hike to start for OTNT

Hiking 1:56:29 intensity: (14:54 @0) + (57:44 @1) + (38:53 @2) + (4:58 @3) 5.35 mi (21:47 / mi) +202m 19:30 / mi
ahr:102 max:139

Observe OTNT runners.

Friday Mar 30, 2012 #

10 AM

Running Trail 16:35 intensity: (2:19 @1) + (3:12 @2) + (7:45 @3) + (3:14 @4) + (5 @5) 1.28 mi (12:57 / mi) +19m 12:22 / mi
ahr:131 max:170

Jog across Afton before setting.

Orienteering (vet/set) 3:49:05 intensity: (2:13 @1) + (1:09:28 @2) + (1:35:24 @3) + (1:02:00 @4) 12.14 mi (18:52 / mi) +455m 16:54 / mi
ahr:135 max:160

Vet, set and hang tapes for my OTNT birthday "party".

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