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Training Log Archive: ebuckley

In the 7 days ending Feb 24:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Terrain1 1:45:00315.0
  Orienteering1 1:00:006c120.0
  Running1 30:0060.0
  Gym1 15:0030.0
  Total4 3:30:006c525.0

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Sunday Feb 24 #

11 AM

Orienteering race (Woods) 1:00:00 [2] ***
6c (sick) shoes: MT690

SLOC 1hr at Meramec. "Ran" it as an easy jog, breathing in only through my nose with the buff. Have to list it as a race because, with all the fast folks in the 2-hour, I did end up winning the thing. Nav was very good but, given the pace and terrain, that should have been a given. At any rate, wonderful to be out in the woods after a week of sickness. Still far from recovered.

Saturday Feb 23 #

4 PM

Running (Road) 30:00 [2]
(sick) shoes: Zante 3

Head cold has passed, but there may be chest problems to come. It got up to mid-50's so I bundled up and tried a short run, breathing through my buff. Lungs were OK. Legs are complete trash.

Friday Feb 22 #

5 PM

Gym (Elliptical) 15:00 [2]

Went over to UMSL to sit in the sauna. Also got in a very short and very light elliptical workout to try to keep my legs from tightening up too much, but even 15 minutes made my lungs hurt.

Thursday Feb 21 #


I'm very definitely sick. Spent most of the day in bed.

Wednesday Feb 20 #


Kate stayed overnight in the hospital. Meanwhile, I'm getting sick. Urgent care doesn't think it's flu; more likely common cold. Ollie is also getting sick. So awesome!

Tuesday Feb 19 #


Big day at work followed by having to take Kate to the hospital for H1N1 Influenza. Yeah, that's good news.

Monday Feb 18 #

1 PM

Terrain (Mix) 1:45:00 [3] **
shoes: XTalon 215

Duck(U) @18:55,18:50. 10:00R. Effort felt right but I’m not too happy with the times. There was a little ice, but it still should have been considerably faster. Not going to stress over it given how well other indicators are looking, but it does recommend some caution in the early miles.

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