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Training Log Archive: johncrowther

In the 7 days ending Nov 11:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Running3 5:11:10 24.54(12:41) 39.5(7:53) 3506
  Orienteering1 2:51:35 9.76(17:35) 15.71(10:55) 1836
  Yoga1 1:00:00
  Cycling1 44:22 10.08(4:24) 16.22(2:44)
  Total6 9:47:07 44.38 71.43 5342
  [1-5]5 8:47:07

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Saturday Nov 11 #

10 AM

Note

Volunteered at the Masters race at Hildebrand. I was a course marshal where the course crosses a residential street, and had to stop a total of 2 cars!

Thursday Nov 9 #

11 AM

Cycling 44:22 [2] 10.08 mi (4:24 / mi)

To and from yoga.
12 PM

Yoga 1:00:00 [0]

6 PM

Running 1:22:12 [4] 5.8 mi (14:11 / mi) +1326ft 11:39 / mi
ahr:136 max:165 shoes: Altras pair 2

Chimney Gulch. Icy higher up, so I turned round and ran lower down the hill.
8 PM

Note

I guess it's now taper time!

Wednesday Nov 8 #

6 PM

Running 55:20 [4] 5.54 mi (10:00 / mi) +147ft 9:45 / mi
ahr:145 max:164 shoes: Asics pair 7

City Park with Cally.

Tuesday Nov 7 #

2 PM

Running 2:53:38 [4] 13.21 mi (13:09 / mi) +2033ft 11:28 / mi
ahr:143 max:166 shoes: Altras pair 2

Snowy run at N Table. A bit of a struggle due to a) the conditions (below freezing, humid, slippery rocks later on and mud at the end), b) not being fully recovered from the weekend, and c) still having some tail end symptoms of my cold. Mist and snow high up made it atmospheric. Saw lots of deer.

Sunday Nov 5 #

9 AM

Orienteering race 2:51:35 [4] 15.71 km (10:55 / km) +1836ft 9:16 / km
ahr:145 max:188 shoes: Falcons

Long at Mount Penn. Still a bit phlegmy, but cold mostly better. Humid, and misty at the start, a bit like being in the Lake District! Glasses kept fogging up. But the main slow down was the rocks underfoot - there were some runnable areas, but in others there was a constant fear of falling or spraining an ankle.
On the navigation/route choice side, no major mess ups (biggest error was on 10 when I ended up on the wrong trail), but I definitely erred on the side of caution, especially on some of the early legs (eg 1-2 and 5-6).
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