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Training Log Archive: Wyatt

In the 7 days ending Jul 31, 2004:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 1:09:17 6.0(11:33) 9.66(7:10) 175
  Running4 1:02:00 4.3 6.92
  Total4 2:11:17 10.3 16.58 175

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Saturday Jul 31, 2004 #

Running (Warmup) 4:00 [3] 0.4 mi (10:00 / mi)

Orienteering (Race) 24:00 [4] 2.7 km (8:53 / km) +75m 7:48 / km

Prologue. Barely arrived in time. Sloppy (chasing Syd and distract, plus wasn't reading rocks with enough care.)

Running (Warmup) 3:00 [3] 0.3 mi (10:00 / mi)

Run to start (barely in time, not a good start)

Orienteering (Race) 45:17 [4] 6.96 km (6:30 / km) +100m 6:04 / km

Chase - led pack 3 alone for much of the course, and almost, almost caught back up the 3 minutes I needed to catch Erin. Not quite though. Ouch :)

Friday Jul 30, 2004 #

Running 5:00 [3] 0.6 mi (8:20 / mi)

Test run at 5700' (Boulder CO), while mentally focusing on breathing faster than I'm accustomed to, for a given running speed. I think this really helped in the aclimation process.

Wednesday Jul 28, 2004 #

Running (Paved, Grass) 33:00 [2] 3.0 mi (11:00 / mi)

Pushing ~90 lbs of kids + jogging stroller. It's definitely heavier than a single jogger, but the double jogger does carry both kids. A little bit of are workout too as lift/push steering on pavement turns took some effort. I think running the kids around VF park, on the mowed grasses would work well from both a trianing and steering point of view. (Steering is much easier with the light bouncing over grass, and the wheels probably slip-steer there too.)

I just wonder whether the bouncing of the jogging stroller on grass is nice fun rocking for the kids, or if it's too much shaking...

It should be nice to have this in Wyoming to push the kids around - and I mean push them around the start/finish areas, not the Blue course.

Sunday Jul 25, 2004 #

Running 17:00 [2]

Easy & stretch. R Knee felt better after.

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