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Training Log Archive: hutspot

In the 7 days ending Oct 31, 2009:

activity # timemileskm+m
  orienteering1 3:01:00
  running2 1:55:30
  yoga2 1:40:00
  hiking1 1:00:00
  strength2 52:00
  Total6 8:28:30
averages - sleep:7.5

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Saturday Oct 31, 2009 #

running 53:30 intensity: (5:00 @2) + (43:30 @3) + (5:00 @4)

Found another trail I can add to my route but it's like running on the beach, wet sand.

Leo's trail & Peninsula trail + sand road/trail to the golf course club house.

Burned it last 5 minutes to home.

Friday Oct 30, 2009 #

(rest day)

Thursday Oct 29, 2009 #

hiking 1:00:00 [3]

Hardy Lake with Lori.

yoga 1:00:00 [2]

yoga flow class

Wednesday Oct 28, 2009 #

strength 40:00 [2]

Tuesday Oct 27, 2009 #

running 1:02:00 [3]

Pretty stiff from this weekend so I set out, reluctantly, for my run. Usually I run only about 30 to 40 minutes. But after first thirty it all of a sudden felt great, so I kept running. Was back home at 54 minutes but a great song came on during my cool down walk so I headed out again for another eight.

That's the furthest I've run this year and I feel great!

Monday Oct 26, 2009 #

yoga 40:00 [1]

strength 12:00 [2]

core & tricep dips

Sunday Oct 25, 2009 #

orienteering 3:01:00 [3]

Peak2Peak . Cheryl and I walked the course although I did break into a run on a few sections but she reminded me we were working on accuracy in navigation not speed. We have not done any racing or orienteering together this year so it was fun to spend the day together.

We were very pleased with our navigation and especially the walk-the-line section. Only a couple of minor blips, one where we came to a trail and did NOT look at our compass before heading in the wrong direction! But we recovered pretty quickly. Misread the vegetation type in one area that cost a few minutes. Forgot what white means on an orienteering map!

All in all a great day ourdoors (with sunshine!) and nice to see everyone.


Wanted to add that the controls were placed on somewhat subtle features which was a challenge but rewarding when we succeeded. Learned a few new things today. :)

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