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Training Log Archive: Gswede

In the 7 days ending Jul 21:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Orienteering5 5:54:58 25.69(13:49) 41.34(8:35) 110884c175.3
  Running5 2:50:00 16.89(10:04) 27.18(6:15) 40449.0
  Circuit Training3 29:0022.3
  BBA1 20:00 1.86(10:44) 3.0(6:40)4.0
  Total11 9:33:58 44.44 71.52 151284c250.6

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Sunday Jul 21 #

Event: ORingen
 
12 PM

Orienteering 5:44 [3] 0.52 km (10:55 / km) +22m 9:03 / km

Orienteering 1:02:00 intensity: (15:00 @3) + (47:00 @4) *** 7.2 km (8:37 / km) +152m 7:47 / km
24c

8 PM

Circuit Training 10:00 [5]

Charon routine

Saturday Jul 20 #

10 AM

Orienteering 15:00 [3] 1.92 km (7:49 / km) +53m 6:51 / km

Orienteering 40:38 [4] *** 5.14 km (7:54 / km) +131m 7:00 / km
16c

Running 15:00 [3] 2.0 km (7:30 / km)

Friday Jul 19 #

11 AM

Running 45:00 [3] 7.73 km (5:49 / km) +128m 5:23 / km

Thursday Jul 18 #

1 PM

Orienteering 7:04 [3] 0.77 km (9:10 / km) +36m 7:26 / km

Orienteering 58:30 [4] 6.65 km (8:48 / km) +245m 7:26 / km

Wednesday Jul 17 #

9 AM

BBA 20:00 [2] 3.0 km (6:40 / km)

Circuit Training 10:00 [4]

NYX workout

Stand-ups are freaking tough. I had to stick with the assisted stand-ups.
7 PM

Orienteering 1:23:07 [4] *** 9.78 km (8:30 / km) +317m 7:19 / km
23c

Two short middles. Still pretty slow, but feeling much more confident in the navigation. Also starting to see patterns in what areas are consistently runnable and which are slower.

Got pretty tired on the way to 20. So I just finished it up at whatever pace I could.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/A1Ng9Ft83vvD6Kx16

Tuesday Jul 16 #

8 AM

Running 20:00 [2] 3.0 km (6:40 / km)

7 PM

Orienteering 1:22:55 [3] **** 9.35 km (8:52 / km) +152m 8:12 / km
21c

The blueberry here seemed closer to what we've got in the Northeast than the rest of Scandinavia. I'm glad I got to train in the Pocono blueberries over the past year.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/nPQCwnmvyrC7W4v99

It was also much more diffuse than it seems on the map. There are hilltops, cliffs, and contour details, but they are less obvious in the terrain than they seem on the map. It was significantly more difficult in that way. The visibility was generally very good. But when there are few details to go off, it gets a lot trickier. I really enjoyed this terrain.

By the time I got to 22 I was tired mentally. I was unable to maintain focus and I started thinking about anything but orienteering. I stopped and took and minute to refocus, but I couldn't. So I headed back.

A little discouraging not to completely master a terrain from the start. And as soon as I write out that statement I can see how absurd it is. There's a reason I'm here training and it's to learn how to run here : )

Monday Jul 15 #

10 AM

Running 30:00 [3] 4.95 km (6:04 / km) +91m 5:33 / km

Circuit Training 9:00 intensity: (5:00 @4) + (4:00 @5)

Freeletics Mania
1 PM

Running 1:00:00 [3] 9.5 km (6:19 / km) +186m 5:45 / km

Norwegians seem significantly less inclined to greet you back when you say hei out on the trails than Americans would be.

Cristina, can you confirm this? Or is it just the people I saw out there?

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