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Training Log Archive: JanetT

In the 7 days ending Jun 8:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Walking (paved roads)5 5:04:39 15.07(20:13) 24.26(12:33) 226340.7
  Orienteering3 2:54:05 8.51(20:27) 13.7(12:43) 23837 /38c97%601.5
  Yoga2 1:40:00110.0
  Hiking1 1:05:45 1.74(37:47) 2.8(23:29) 1565.8
  Total11 10:44:29 25.33 40.76 48037 /38c97%1117.9
  [1-5]11 10:10:13
averages - sleep:6

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Saturday Jun 8 #

9 AM

Note

I'm pretty sure I saw a female oriole flying over the parking lot shortly after we arrived. I've seen orioles at Tyler before.

Also, the pizza after we finished was icing on the cake! Thanks, Sam and event director Kyle S.

10 AM

Orienteering race 1:59:54 intensity: (19 @1) + (5:29 @2) + (48:32 @3) + (1:01:37 @4) + (3:57 @5) *** 8.31 km (14:25 / km) +183m 12:59 / km
ahr:134 max:161 spiked:16/17c slept:6.0 shoes: 2023 VJFalcon 6.5 Berman

Two-hour Score O at Tyler SP set by Sam K. Temp in low to mid 70s felt great.

50 controls spread all over the park. Point value was the last digit of the control number; a control 41 was worth 1 pt, but 40 was worth 10. I had highlighted some of the higher-point ones I thought I could get to which helped me decide (after getting #85, the only one I didn't spike, at around 55 minutes) to head back in, getting what I could along the way...6 seconds to spare! Finished in 14th* place with 80pts out of a total available 279 (28%).

Control sequence:
62-52-47-43-53-77-79-85-76-40-48-88-63-51-83-82-41-F

Livelox
Results
Splits

*maybe; I see an issue with some of the split times.

2 PM

Note

It was a struggle to read details on the 1:10000 map, even with a magnifier. I suppose the reading glasses I'm using are too old a prescription to handle the magnification needed.

Friday Jun 7 #

Yoga 50:00 intensity: (40:00 @1) + (10:00 @2)

Deanna's class...more boat pose type work. Room was 71 when we started and I broke a sweat...first time in a long time in yoga.

Note

I've recorded 2222 streets in City Strides since I joined Garmin Connect in 2015. The first activity recorded was a Street O near Rochester NY on May 30th.

2 PM

Walking (paved roads) 1:18:20 intensity: (6:19 @0) + (40:46 @1) + (29:37 @2) + (1:38 @3) 5.85 km (13:24 / km) +82m 12:31 / km
ahr:98 max:125 shoes: Hoka Bondi8 W9D

Two more roads in Lower Milford, bringing me to 80%. Upper 70s and partly cloudy with clouds overhead for most of the no-trees section of Kraussdale. Nice.

One bunny.

Thursday Jun 6 #

8 PM

Walking (paved roads) 51:20 intensity: (3:40 @0) + (47:23 @1) + (17 @2) 4.31 km (11:54 / km) +14m 11:43 / km
ahr:90 max:104 shoes: Hoka Bondi8 W9D

Over to the park and around the neighborhood with Glen after dinner. About 78. It was a warm humid day, with a brief shower in the early afternoon.

Wednesday Jun 5 #

11 AM

Walking (paved roads) 1:09:50 intensity: (10:51 @0) + (42:13 @1) + (14:29 @2) + (2:17 @3) 5.63 km (12:25 / km) +60m 11:47 / km
ahr:95 max:122 shoes: Hoka Bondi8 W9D

More roads in Lower Milford, while the weather is still reasonable. Upper 70s and mostly overcast.

Tuesday Jun 4 #

12 PM

Yoga 50:00 [1]

Deanna's class

3 PM

Hiking 1:05:45 [1] 2.8 km (23:29 / km) +15m 22:52 / km
ahr:83 max:115 shoes: Hoka Bondi8 W9D

Housenick Park/Johnson Historic Area to check for birds. Didn't see anything beyond the usual mockingbirds, catbirds, robins, etc. Upper 80s and sunny, so I was not up for anything strenuous.

Forgot to stop my watch, so track includes my drive most of the way home.

4 PM

Note

I seem to have lost some satellites after going through a tunnel before getting on College Drive. I did stay on the roads....

7 PM

Walking (paved roads) 38:25 intensity: (6:50 @0) + (31:16 @1) + (19 @2) 2.98 km (12:54 / km) +6m 12:46 / km
ahr:88 max:103 shoes: Saucony Ech7 8.5w-2

Around the neighborhood after dinner to get a few faster steps in. Upper 70s feels better than upper 80s.

Monday Jun 3 #

11 AM

Walking (paved roads) 11:39 intensity: (2:59 @0) + (6:53 @1) + (1:47 @2) 0.98 km (11:57 / km) +15m 11:05 / km
ahr:91 max:113 shoes: Hoka Bondi8 W9D

Walked from Bethlehem Visitors Center to Bethlehem Library to see if I could get info on a question that's been bugging me about Federal style architecture. Didn't get an answer but I'll keep looking. Upper 70s

Walking (paved roads) 55:05 intensity: (2:58 @0) + (36:45 @1) + (15:22 @2) 4.52 km (12:11 / km) +50m 11:33 / km
ahr:96 max:117 shoes: Hoka Bondi8 W9D

Then I did a planned walk in Freemansburg because it was close, and has only a few streets, some of which are alleys which shouldn't count (58 shortish ones. Lower Milford has 119, many a lot longer than these short streets; S Whitehall has 449!). Low 80s with partly cloudy skies; slight breeze.

Sunday Jun 2 #

10 AM

Orienteering race (Sprint 2) 28:14 intensity: (39 @0) + (42 @1) + (6:50 @2) + (12:10 @3) + (7:53 @4) *** 2.78 km (10:09 / km) +27m 9:41 / km
ahr:124 max:148 spiked:11/11c shoes: 2019 Altra LP4.0 9 rspb

DVOA Sprints at Penn State-Berks near Reading. Temp in the mid 70s and a bit of breeze but not much. Julie K set the courses, and Kathy M was meet director.

I decided to do Sprint 2 (2.4km, 70m) first because it was a tad longer and had slightly more climb listed. Kept moving well through the controls and didn't spend too much time looking at route choices. I could have used a more powerful magnifier since the maps were 1:5000, 2.5m intervals.

No misses, but I did realize after a couple of controls that while I had cleared my SI Air stick, I did not Check it, and therefore had to punch controls manually; a few seconds confusion at the first couple (as in: was I first there and therefore turning them on?). It was otherwise relatively straightforward.

11 AM

Orienteering race (Sprint 1) 25:57 intensity: (12 @1) + (1:08 @2) + (5:43 @3) + (18:10 @4) + (44 @5) *** 2.6 km (9:59 / km) +29m 9:27 / km
ahr:138 max:154 spiked:10/10c shoes: 2019 Altra LP4.0 9 rspb

Sprint 1 second, 2.2km, 55m climb.

Started a bit before Kathy M, who caught up to me going into 1 and punched first. She then took the route to the right of the large building to #2 and I came into #2 at about the same time. She went right again to 3, which was longer around the building but then pretty straightforward with a gentler climb where I had a steeper climb near the end of the leg; she got there first and pulled away on the next several legs, chalking up a good gap by the time we headed to 6 and 7. Nice run for Kathy!

From 9-10 I decided to head relatively straight through the green (which didn't look thick anywhere, just slow in places). It may have been faster to run around left or right, but likely not by much.

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