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Training Log Archive: PG

In the 7 days ending Sep 5, 2004:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  trail running4 5:33:50 3.1 4.99
  biking1 2:08:40 35.4(3:38) 56.97(2:16)
  orienteering1 1:06:49 4.04(16:33) 6.5(10:17) 1148
  track1 53:51 4.0 6.44
  part trail, part woods1 7:00
  road running1 2:51 0.3(9:30) 0.48(5:54)
  Total7 9:53:01 46.84 75.38 1148

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Sunday Sep 5, 2004 #

part trail, part woods 7:00 [3]

Short warm-up, should have done more but even a little helped, especially doing most of it in the woods.

orienteering 1:06:49 [4] 6.5 km (10:17 / km) +1148ft 8:06 / km
ahr:150 max:165

Western Connecticut OC local meet at Sessions Woods. Legs certainly weren't fresh, but didn't feel too bad. Splits are in the split list, routes and comments.

Saturday Sep 4, 2004 #

biking 2:08:40 [2] 35.4 mi (3:38 / mi)
ahr:129 max:150

Millers Falls/Northfield/Turners Falls, moderate pace, legs feeling tired.

Friday Sep 3, 2004 #

trail running 2:15:00 [2]

With Ken Walker in Pisgah SF. Lots of hills, but a relaxed pace, just as good as my legs were feeling sore from the last few days, plus the 90 minutes that I thought we were going for turned out to be "at least 90 minutes." But it's a beautiful place to run and we had a fine outing.

Thursday Sep 2, 2004 #

track 25:51 [4] 4.0 mi (6:28 / mi)

4 x 1 mile, very slow walk/jog quarter in between. Miles were 6:30, 6:29, 6:26, and 6:26. Did at Eaglebrook with a group organized by Barry Auskern, very congenial and several others about my pace. Makes the time go much quicker.

road running 2:51 [5] 0.3 mi (9:30 / mi)

Once up from the RR underpass to the parking lot, climb about 160'??

track 28:00 [2]

Before, during, after.

Wednesday Sep 1, 2004 #

trail running 1:37:15 [3]

In Colrain from Chandler Cemetery north to Franklin Hill and back, 50:52 going out, 46:23 back when I had a better sense of what lay ahead.
First time I'd been here. I'd been told there was a nice trail along the ridge, so I took a copy of the topo map and had fun "mapping" the trail as I ran along. Part of the challenge was keeping track of where I was, the other part was remembering until I got home and could mark the route on the orginal. I think I got it pretty accurate.
What was weird was the map shows a lot of open land, while in fact there were only a few little bits, And many of the places shown as open are now nice forest. Not old forest, you can see the occasional old maple that grew up when it was fields, but nice runnable forest despite its youth. May have to head up there again just to do some (hilly) woods running. By the way, the date on the map is 1961, with "topography by planetable surveys 1937 and 1944." The contours were just fine!

Tuesday Aug 31, 2004 #

trail running 21:00 [5] 3.1 mi (6:46 / mi)
ahr:163 max:176

Northampton 5K XC. Splits - 6:47, 6:37 (down), 6:59(up), 37. Good run. Good effort all the way but in control, felt ok the last mile. Slowly making progress (did 21:24 in early June, 21:15 in mid-July).

trail running 31:38 [3]

Before (22) and after (9).

Monday Aug 30, 2004 #

trail running 48:57 [3]
ahr:142 max:161

Sugar/Gunn Farm loop. Still warm and muggy but legs felt ok after a day off yesterday. Cooler weather is coming....

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