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Training Log Archive: Spike

In the 7 days ending Aug 10:

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  MTB cycling2 2:50:00170.0
  running3 2:50:00340.0
  Total5 5:40:00510.0

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Saturday Aug 10 #

7 AM

running 1:00:00 [2]

A slow run on West Campus. Getting out before 8 a.m. was good. It was still sweaty, but not so hot. The dew on the grass was heavy.

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Friday Aug 9 #

running 25:00 [2]

I got out the door and shuffled around for a little bit. This was a chore.

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Thursday Aug 8 #

MTB cycling 1:30:00 [1]

On the bike paths + some on streets. I carried my Lawrence 1:15K map and read it a bit. I also used it to explore the Haskell Campus. That was kind of fun. I've been doing enough biking with a map that I'm starting to be a little more efficient in spotting where I am on the map. It is a lot harder to do that when you can't just fold the map and hold it in your hand.

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Wednesday Aug 7 #

Note

I didn't exercise, but I did read an article about orienteering:

https://www.nrk.no/ostfold/skogens-konge-studerer-...

Tuesday Aug 6 #

MTB cycling 1:20:00 [1]

On the bike paths. I did the first 30 minutes with Mary. That was fun.

I put my MTBO map holder back on my bike and made a quick map in QGIS. The map is 1:15000 with 5 meter contours, roads, bike paths, ponds and buildings. It is something to read. A few years ago I played around with MTBO and got a lot better at reading the map. It is hard when you can't fold it up and hold it with your thumb. Tonight I did some practice - looking at whereI was on the map, then looking up and spotting a few features, then looking back at the right spot on the map.

Hot out there tonight.

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Sunday Aug 4 #

running 1:25:00 [2]

Jogging in the morning. I'm setting up an orienteering exercise for a KU class and I shuffled around looking for control features to use. I found enough.

Fun.

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