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Training Log Archive: JanetT

In the 7 days ending Jan 25:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Orienteering2 2:02:49 5.11(24:02) 8.23(14:56) 1148 /11c72%440.4
  Yoga1 50:00100.0
  Total3 2:52:49 5.11 8.23 1148 /11c72%540.4

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Friday Jan 24 #

Yoga 50:00 [2]

Focus: back

Thursday Jan 23 #


Home from a quick trip to see the grandkids and their parents. The weekly (or so) stints of lifting and carrying a 20(+?) pound almost-one-year-old are good for my arm/upper back muscles, but not really loggable.

The young'un took a few steps (3-4) on his own today. He can balance and knows what he's's just a confidence thing.

Tuesday Jan 21 #


Some airport walking on our way home from Georgia. Not enough to log but we did go from one Atlanta terminal (with a Starbucks) to another (without) on foot.

On the way down to GA we expected to get coffee on the plane but their machine was broken so no hot drinks. So we figured we'd rather be safe than sorry.


Route Gadget for the weekend:

Friday Middle (Brown)
Saturday Classic 1 (Brown X)
Sunday Classic 2 (Brown X)

Monday Jan 20 #

10 AM

Orienteering (Map hiking) 34:47 intensity: (2:54 @2) + (18:35 @3) + (11:15 @4) + (2:03 @5) 2.09 km (16:38 / km)
ahr:134 max:177

Sunday Jan 19 #

11 AM

Orienteering race (Brown Classic) 1:28:02 intensity: (2:10 @2) + (30:43 @3) + (48:36 @4) + (6:33 @5) *** 6.14 km (14:21 / km) +114m 13:07 / km
ahr:139 max:169 spiked:8/11c shoes: 2017 Inov8 ArcticClaw 300

Day 2 at Camp Rutledge. Brown X, 4.4km, 100m climb.

Big errors on 2 and 3, smaller ones elsewhere. Sloppy compass work today.

Good routes to 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, and just a little bit off line to 1 but found it okay.

Route to 2 had a stream/water crossing to consider and I didn't want to necessarily get my feet wet too soon so my plan was to angle to the road and curve around that way. Unfortunately I didn't check my compass enough and didn't make positive ID of where I hit the road (there was a T junction that I planned to cut the corner on) and crossed too far north. It wasn't until I noted a path on the other side of the stream where I didn't expect one that I figured out I was up near #9.... Once I got back to the road I did okay, thought I checked an earlier fork of the gully/ditch I was headed for first.

I managed also to overshoot #3 and had to double back. Sloppy.

Did the 4-5-6 loop okay and then headed down to cross the stream to 7 and expected a trail. Didn't find it where I expected and so climbed the hill, then saw some rocks which I made to be the ones 100m or so S of #7. But they weren't. They were the farther-away ones so I spent part of the leg wondering why it was taking so long to get where I wanted to be. Once I got close I was fine.

Left a lot of time out there and finished behind Sandy for the day, but was closer than I expected. Awards were based on best two of the three days.

Still, it was a nice finish to the weekend with the sun out and temps topping 50.

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