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Training Log Archive: TimGood

In the 7 days ending Jun 4, 2006:

activity # timemileskm+m
  orienteering1 3:35:05 7.15(30:06) 11.5(18:42)10 /19c52%
  walk1 2:20:00 7.3(19:11) 11.75(11:55)
  Square dancing3 1:30:00
  other1 30:00
  Total6 7:55:05 14.45 23.2510 /19c52%
averages - weight:180lbs

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Sunday Jun 4, 2006 #

orienteering race (goat) 3:35:05 [3] *** 11.5 km (18:42 / km)
spiked:10/19c weight:180lbs shoes: Integrator05-studs

QOC/SVO Mont Alto Long Goat. Knew I would fade so out slow after the first couple of 100 meters. Stymied by #8 but did not want to give up and go on so wasted 15 minutes looking before taking it as my skipped control. Got leg cramps after 13 and was just able to finish. Maybe I should remove the 10 minutes I spent on the ground since I was not getting much exercise then.
Splits and comments are posted.

Saturday Jun 3, 2006 #

other (yard work) 30:00 [1]

Yard work at my mothers house. 2:30-6:30pm. Another session with the manual mower, clipping, cutting, and a lot of sawing.

Thursday Jun 1, 2006 #

Square dancing (plus) 30:00 [1]
shoes: Dockers Gordon

Skipped B&B to go to the last dance of Fairfax Squares. The club is folding. They had ice cream as well.

Wednesday May 31, 2006 #

Square dancing (basic) 30:00 [1]
shoes: Dockers Gordon

At Boomerangs 7:30-9:30pm.

Tuesday May 30, 2006 #

Square dancing (plus, mainstream) 30:00 [1]
shoes: Dockers Gordon

At Rivermont Ramblers Mike Sikorsky Dance. 8-10.

Monday May 29, 2006 #

walk 2:20:00 [1] 7.3 mi (19:11 / mi)
weight:180lbs shoes: Reebok Walking

2 km with Bev at Fort Hunt Park in the morning then the rest at the Falls Church Memorial Day Parade. Walked there from my house (about 3 miles) then 1 mile of square dancing in the parade, then 2 miles home. 16 minute miles getting to the parade and back, slower with Bev and in the parade.
Weight still hanging around 180 even with my almost total lack of exercise last week.

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