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Training Log Archive: JanetT

In the 7 days ending Sep 2:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running (dirt)1 58:41 3.89(15:05) 6.26(9:22) 3
  Yoga1 50:00
  Orienteering1 32:17 2.01(16:04) 3.23(9:59) 6
  Walking1 4:39 0.23(20:14) 0.37(12:34) 1
  Total3 2:25:37 6.13 9.86 10
  [1-5]3 2:25:34

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Friday Sep 1 #

11 AM

Running (dirt) 58:41 intensity: (3 @0) + (18 @1) + (3:07 @2) + (16:04 @3) + (31:31 @4) + (7:38 @5) * 6.26 km (9:22 / km) +3m 9:21 / km
ahr:136 max:155 shoes: 2015 Altra LP2.0-9

Trap Pond SP in Delaware, on a very nice day (65 or so). Flat, sandy trails so virtually no climb, but I did some walking in the middle so I'd have energy for the last portion. One fall; I wore my gloves today so my cuts/scrapes from Wednesday (a couple of which still have bandaids over them) were protected.

Walking warm up/down (trail) 4:39 intensity: (3:04 @2) + (1:01 @3) + (34 @4) 0.37 km (12:34 / km) +1m 12:22 / km
ahr:112 max:146 shoes: 2015 Altra LP2.0-9

Wednesday Aug 30 #

2 PM

Note

Left hamstring insertion area* still sore from yoga (over-)stretching Monday....we'll see how it feels to run later today on the rail trail.

*I pulled/strained/injured it near the end of snowshoe race several years ago (looked it up...it was in early Feb 2011). Most of the time I don't notice it, but obviously reaggravated it on Monday. Next week I'll have to add in some RDLs again to my (unlogged) strength/stretching sequence.
3 PM

Orienteering 32:17 intensity: (25 @2) + (10:00 @3) + (12:47 @4) + (9:05 @5) 2.01 mi (16:04 / mi) +6m 15:55 / mi
ahr:140 max:157 shoes: Sauc TriumphISO-silver/gr/blue

Coulda been a better day...if I'd stuck to the original plan to run the rail trail. But no, I *needed* to explore the Thomas Iron Mining area at the north end of the of the rail trail in Hellertown. :-/

I was doing fine on the first part of rail trail, and then on a bike path that heads out along the creek (Saucon Creek, I think). I turned up into the Thomas Mine area and would have been okay if I hadn't tried to take a bike trail that led downhill on fairly loose large gravel (2-4" size rocks)...where I slipped, landed on my butt and hands (mostly the left). For some reason when I started, I didn't figure I needed my bike gloves, when in fact they would have protected me. I now have several abrasions and scratches across the palm of my left hand. :-(

After getting back onto the trail along the stream (which was scenic but hardly used), I was stung by a bee/yellow jacket, and picked up swaths of vines/sticky seeds, which I've now identified as Japanese hop. I had picked up some of those after my run last weekend, and though I'd gotten most of the seeds out of my running shorts I didn't get all the poky things. Guess I get to go after them again.

Stuck to major trails on the way back to the car. Washed/Neosporin-ed/bandaged myself up when we got back home.

At least I got a bit of level 4 and 5 running in. Next time I'll be more conservative about my route.

Monday Aug 28 #

Yoga 50:00 [1]

Focus - stretching hamstring. Lots and lots of stretches

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