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Training Log Archive: xm980

In the 7 days ending Mar 26, 2016:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Road Running1 1:11:00 4.2(16:54) 6.76(10:30)
  Weight room1 1:00:00
  O-MEET1 25:00 1.55(16:06) 2.5(10:00)16 /17c94%
  Total3 2:36:00 5.75 9.2616 /17c94%
averages - sleep:7

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Thursday Mar 24, 2016 #

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slept:6.0 (rest day)

Work demands took up the day. No workout.

Wednesday Mar 23, 2016 #

6 PM

Weight room 1:00:00 [3]

Lat pulldown 3X10 @ 145
Bench press press 3x10 @ 90
Dumbbell press 3x10 @ 40
Dumbbell fly 3x10 @ 40
incline Dumbbell press 3x10 @ 40
incline Dumbbell fly 3x10 @ 40
shoulder overhead press 3x10 @ 30 add 5
Ab machine 3x10 @ 100

Tuesday Mar 22, 2016 #

Road Running 1:11:00 [3] 4.2 mi (16:54 / mi)
shoes: ASIC GT 2000

my typical loop around Middletown. nothing special.

Monday Mar 21, 2016 #

Note
slept:7.0 (rest day)

Rest day

Sunday Mar 20, 2016 #

O-MEET race 25:00 [3] ** 2.5 km (10:00 / km)
spiked:16/17c slept:8.0 shoes: Xodus 4.0

Chase the Penguin, had a big head start, since I am officially the third slowest member of the club, The course was good, the map was well laid out the first 8 controls were very close together and I made a poor route choice to 1 where I wound up on the road and had to hook around to find it. From there the rest were easy until I went to 10, while it was easy to find I should have pushed a more direct route, it would have been faster. Others hit 10 then crossed a large log to get to 11, I went around, and somehow skipped 12, went to 13 and then finished the race. I had enough of a head start I could have gotten 12 and still one by 6 minutes over 2nd place but a fail is a fail and really I want to become a better navigator over all other things so winning or losing doesn't matter. I found all the controls in good time, didn't make huge mistakes or wander around trying to locate myself on the map. I am pleased with how things went.

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