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Training Log Archive: kensr

In the 7 days ending Apr 4, 2004:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  O - competition2 2:00:46 6.93(17:25) 11.16(10:49)724.6
  Trail Running2 1:43:00 8.0(12:52) 12.88(8:00)279.0
  Cross Training1 1:00:00120.0
  Road Running1 42:00 4.2(10:00) 6.76(6:13)84.0
  Total4 5:25:46 19.13 30.791207.6

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Sunday Apr 4, 2004 #

O - competition (Day 2 : Ansonia) 54:16 [5] 5.86 km (9:16 / km)

Much better run; lost 1 min going to #8 -- off L. Better use of attackpoints and features. Running both days was better than I expected. Need to build more speed, but wasn't tired.

Thanks to WCOC for a well run meet and great maps/courses! Thanks for letting the Team put on the fundraiser auction and relay.

Saturday Apr 3, 2004 #

Trail Running (Warm ups/ cool downs) 30:00 [2] 2.0 mi (15:00 / mi)

O - competition (Day 1: Osborndale) 40:30 [5] 2.8 km (14:28 / km)

Not happy with the orienteering: lost 8 min on leg to #5 where I was distracted thinking about the 1 minute lost on the previous leg. First time I looked at a map since November, so have to get focused.

O - competition (Relay) 26:00 [5] 2.5 km (10:24 / km)

Fun relay with Kenny and Sandra. They got us in good position, but I came up short going to #3 and lost time above the cliffs.

Tuesday Mar 30, 2004 #

Trail Running (Northfield MA) 1:13:00 [3] 6.0 mi (12:10 / mi)

With Peter Gagarin in woods outside Northfield. Easy pace due to achilles pain after weekends workouts. Felt ok during run, then hurt after I got out of car at home. Will ice and monitor condition.
Also cleared saplings along driveway for an hour after I got home.

Monday Mar 29, 2004 #

Road Running (Cummings+) 42:00 [2] 4.2 mi (10:00 / mi)

Morning run. Stiff, got moving to loosen up after the weekend.
Spring must be here: the last snow melted off the roof yesterday.

Cross Training (Cutting firewood) 1:00:00 [2]

Fixed the chain saw (sawdust plug in the carburetor) and cut up yesterday's tree. Then loaded into pickup and brought back for splitting.

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