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Training Log Archive: furlong47

In the 7 days ending Jan 27:

activity # timemileskm+m
  orienteering1 2:05:02 3.79(32:59) 6.1(20:30) 23517c
  walking3 1:48:51 5.79 9.32
  horseback riding (english)1 1:00:00
  DDR1 30:49
  road run1 30:00 2.6(11:32) 4.18(7:10)
  Total7 5:54:42 12.18 19.6 23517c
averages - weight:32.3lbs

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Saturday Jan 27 #

1 PM

road run 30:00 [4] 2.6 mi (11:32 / mi)
shoes: Asics Gel-Excite 3

Did a first week C25K program just for some structure.
Distance is approximate since I apparently started MapMyRun and stopped it accidentally within a second, so it didn't record anything.

Friday Jan 26 #

9 PM

walking 31:58 [1] 2.0 mi (15:59 / mi)
weight:32.4lbs shoes: Reebok Realflex Train 4.0 WS

Thursday Jan 25 #

7 PM

horseback riding (english) 1:00:00 [1]
weight:32.2lbs

Lesson on Shorty

Wednesday Jan 24 #

9 PM

DDR 30:49 [1]
weight:33.4lbs shoes: Bare feet

Tuesday Jan 23 #

8 PM

walking 1:00:16 [1] 3.79 mi (15:54 / mi)
weight:32.8lbs shoes: Asics Gel-Excite 3

Monday Jan 22 #

9 PM

walking 16:37 [1]
weight:31.2lbs shoes: Asics Gel-Excite 3

Sunday Jan 21 #

Event: QOC McKeldin
 
1 PM

orienteering race 2:05:02 [4] *** 6.1 km (20:30 / km) +235m 17:11 / km
17c weight:31.6lbs shoes: Inov8 O-roc 280 Red

QOC McKeldin - Green

Expecting lots of climb, of course, but things felt especially brutal today. Lots of slopes were extremely muddy, especially in the new section across the road, resulting in lots of slipping around and falling down even with spikes.

A little hesitant into some controls - 2, 4, 9, and had a bit of spatial difficulty with the area around 11 for some reason, ending up too far left and then too far right along the stream before finally seeing it.

7 was interesting, with the clue being both rootstock and cliff. It basically turned out to be a rootstock which had pulled up a rock into a cliff-like formation so "rootstock cliff" is actually pretty accurate.

The area around 14 seemed very much more complex in real life than as mapped.

The last hill up to 15 was a brutal slog and I had to rest for a few seconds several times.

There were at least several places where there were flatter route choices. I stayed high and eliminated climb between 4&5 and 7&8.

At least the weather was gorgeous - I was a bit overdressed with a long sleeve shirt under the short sleeve one and had my sleeves rolled up the entire time.

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