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Training Log Archive: devil

In the 7 days ending Dec 8, 2012:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Mountain bike1 1:00:00
  Orienteering1 34:14 3.28(10:27) 5.27(6:30) 105
  Cycling1 30:00
  Bilbys warm up1 29:36 1.58(18:46) 2.54(11:39) 8
  Running2 29:34 1.31 2.1 1
  Total4 3:03:24 6.16 9.91 114

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Thursday Dec 6, 2012 #

Mountain bike 1:00:00 [3]

HFW via blackie, aranda and bruce ridge. Better than doing intervals


Found another kepler video for rob and grant, this is from 2010 which was a perfect day

Wednesday Dec 5, 2012 #

6 PM

Orienteering race 34:14 [3] 5.27 km (6:30 / km) +105m 5:54 / km
shoes: brooks cascadia

Summer series on Bruce Ridge. Just a slow and steady run, a few little wobbles, spent a bit of time looking for 6 where the circle was on the watercourse rather than the fence and working through the green to 12.

Running warm up/down 20:00 [3]
shoes: brooks cascadia

From home to the start and back

Tuesday Dec 4, 2012 #

6 PM

Bilbys warm up 29:36 [3] 2.54 km (11:39 / km) +8m 11:29 / km
shoes: Gel fuji racer

Usual bilbys warmup

Running intervals 9:34 [3] 2.1 km (4:33 / km) +1m 4:32 / km
shoes: Gel fuji racer

Time to kick off the cradle run training so did the extra long set of 8x 1km .... no not really, just did 5 laps alternating a slightly faster 200m with a slower one to roll the legs over a bit. A few aches but otherwise not too bad considering. Sat around stretching for a while after, although it did start to get a bit cold after a while.

Monday Dec 3, 2012 #

Cycling 30:00 [1]

Riding to and from work, this took long enough to be troggable

Sunday Dec 2, 2012 #

(rest day)

Not surprisingly a rest day - but before flying back there was the pressos. The commentator was still going with a long story of the race day to kick things off. The canberra contingent got plenty of loot, vanessa was 1st veteran woman, stu won the shorter luxmore grunt, mel clarke was second in the grunt and I got 3rd veteran - which was a goodie bag including a new sleeping bag.
Legs still quite sore today along with all the other runners hobbling round Te Anau

And lastly my favourite bit of kiwi from the trip - the race commentator telling us about a runner who was looking forward to the 'fulling of ucstasy' when he finished

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