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Training Log Archive: jima

In the 7 days ending Sep 9, 2006:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 2:10:45 3.73 6.0 22015 /22c68%
  Run2 1:27:00 7.83(11:07) 12.6(6:54) 356
  Total3 3:37:45 11.56 18.6 57615 /22c68%

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Saturday Sep 9, 2006 #

Orienteering race 1:25:11 [3] **** 6.0 km (14:12 / km) +220m 12:00 / km
ahr:157 max:173 spiked:10/15c shoes: VJ Spikes 1

Red course at Camping weekend - Saturday
An OK run, had a few problems in areas I shouldn't have and some problems in areas I should have anticipated it and adjusted.
A rather warm day in the 80s, but the humidity wasn't too bad. Still was sweating a lot.

Orienteering race (night) 45:34 [3] *****
ahr:159 max:173 spiked:5/7c shoes: '05 Integrator Hightops

JJ's World's Hardest Night-O
With a pack to about #5, a few folks to #6, alone to # 7, then decided I'd had enough. Wasn't mentally ready to head into the depths of the Pawtuckaway boulder field at night.

Tuesday Sep 5, 2006 #

Run hills (trails) 40:00 [3] 5.4 km (7:24 / km) +206m 6:13 / km
ahr:153 max:169 shoes: Nike Air Assail Trail

Early evening run at Gunstock. Mostly on ski trails, then decided to go up and over the top of Cobble Mtn. For a small hill, there's a lot of up on it.

Monday Sep 4, 2006 #

Run (trails) 47:00 [3] 7.2 km (6:32 / km) +150m 5:55 / km
ahr:152 max:166 shoes: Nike Air Assail Trail

trail run at Ahern with my new FRWD recorder - GPS, altimeter, thermometer, and HR monitor - if I can get it to talk with my Timex HR belt - no luck on that so far.
Was getting some sporadic beeping at points - once I got stuff downloaded, looks like it lost GPS lock. Was under some thick hemlocks, it was wet, etc Probably enough to do it. I finally stopped for about 10-15 seconds in a semiclearing and regained a fix.

Had it turned on during the drive back home sitting on the dashboard. It is able to maintain a GPS lock through the windshield and it was picking up something it thought was a heart beat. Pretty sure I can't maintain between 213 and 236 bpm for 8 1/2 minutes though...

Need to figure out how to transfer the GPS track out of this and into OCAD - seems to do a reasonable job - could be suitable for mapping trail sections.

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