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Training Log Archive: Charlie

In the 7 days ending Oct 22, 2005:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hike1 2:15:00 7.0(19:17) 11.27(11:59)
  Orienteering1 1:13:56 3.15(23:28) 5.07(14:35) 1406 /12c50%
  Running1 45:55 5.6(8:12) 9.01(5:06)
  weights1 20:00
  Total3 4:34:51 15.75 25.35 1406 /12c50%
averages - sleep:6

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Tuesday Oct 18, 2005 #

Running 45:55 [4] 5.6 mi (8:12 / mi)

Pleasant valley up East river rd and back. Splits at 1.1, 2.8 and 4.5 of 8:52, 23:34; 37:56. I was certainly going faster back in the spring. Bridge work doesn't seem to enhance speed. I must need more golf.

Monday Oct 17, 2005 #

Hike 2:15:00 [1] 7.0 mi (19:17 / mi)

Tunxis trail loop with Rhonda and Hazel. Feeling tired after the weekend, and my heel is still pretty sore from bruising it around #5 on day 2 at Beaver Brook.

weights 20:00 [1]

bench presses, squats, pulldowns, leg extensions over in the gym, and chatting up Rhonda and Mary Ellen before their class, which I skipped!

Sunday Oct 16, 2005 #

Orienteering race 1:13:56 [4] *** 5.07 km (14:35 / km) +140m 12:49 / km
spiked:6/12c slept:6.0

Beaver Brook Green Course. Not a very competent run. I count 17:30 of mistakes. Bruised my heel near #5, so limping a bit, but can't blame that. Just got a little too loose, particularly going into #8. Long ride home, arriving in time to participate in the frenzy of helping Rhonda get ready for a dinner party for her yoga crowd, including moving tables around, repairing the door latch, carrying miscellaneous stuff around, and then the lights went out, so getting the generator that was still stashed on the Polaris out in the barn from when I was working on the bridge, setting it up with its measly half gallon of gas, driving down into town for more gas, etc. At least I wasn't invited to the party, so I could hide out in the other room watching baseball and football, and getting the scraps from the sumptuous banquet.

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