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Training Log Archive: Rosstopher

In the 7 days ending Oct 16, 2016:

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Wednesday Oct 12, 2016 #


Today's sprint training will feature live GPS tracking using LiveLox for at least a few people I hope. Those who are keen can download the Livelox app, install it, and link to the Sävja Sprint event. Then they simply tap the record button in the app they they begin the sprint, and the audience can watch in real time!

At least one person (me) will be using this. Probably starting at about 17:30 Swedish time. You can follow the live tracking from home. First start (free start) expected to be around 17:00- 17:20.

Event in Livelox

Mats writes great software... it is really easy to set this up.

Tuesday Oct 11, 2016 #

2 PM


Took a quick trip down to Sävja to set out some streamers for tomorrow's training session. Set the streamers by bike, to be quick and to stay off of my heel. There will be a sprint in the city this week as moose hunting season began on Monday and the first couple of weeks of the season it is smart to stay out of the woods.

The timing was perfect, as hanging out streamers took exactly the right amount of time between my scheduled times to visit the animal facility.

Monday Oct 10, 2016 #

6 PM

Strength 45:00 [3]

Rockgympa program. Sadly no Johan, as he is taking a training break until he gets a medical checkup to discover why he passed out while running last week (?!).

It was a great session, but for the second time I realized that the rockgympa music for this program on my phone cuts off the last 2 minutes of the program.

I was in a bit of a hurry as Rockgympa ended at 19.15 and the ESEK meeting started at 19.00 at KG. Elisa and I rushed over... Sam packed me a wonderful dinner box. ESEK meeting was long but productive, we have been improving with our management over the past two years, I think, and are in good shape for the 2017 season. My swedish comprehension got a workout. 9 volunteers in a room can do a lot steer even Sweden's biggest club.

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