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Training Log Archive: Jonathan_Noel

In the 7 days ending Dec 18, 2010:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Getting Born2 10:28:002 /2c100%
  Drinking and Sleeping1 4:00:002 /2c100%
  Swimming1 1:00:00
  Total4 15:28:004 /4c100%
averages - sleep:18 weight:3.9kg

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Wednesday Dec 15, 2010 #

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(rest day)

Checked out my potential orienteering age group. It seems there is a fast Hinder in 2010, but at least no super-competitive Baumgartners, Eyers, Zwikers or Tschopps.... ;-)

Tuesday Dec 14, 2010 #

Drinking and Sleeping 4:00:00 [2] ****
spiked:2/2c slept:18.0 (rest day)

The usual drinking and sleeping stuff after an intense 5xmarathon. Feels good. Good direction sense in finding the refreshment stations. The catering-company is doing a good job.
Happy and sleepy!!

Note

Joined the Swiss Suckers Group on Attackpoint. I must say, a fitting name, indeed.

Monday Dec 13, 2010 #

Getting Born race 6:28:00 [5] ****
ahr:140 max:180 spiked:1/1c weight:3.9kg

Getting Born part II.

At around 4am I started really getting moving. Good direction feeling even without compass and no head-lamp (night orienteering). But felt guided by my instincts and found it quite easy to find the goal (no searching action).
Towards the end things got a bit more intense, but was sure about direction, heart rate was doing fine, and with a little help of a pressing mother, two nice ladies and an exhausted-looking father made it to the finishing line right at 6.28am (new personal record!).
Still felt good after the race and after a 5 seconds medical checkup by the doctor on the finishing line, I went right to the two drinking stations, which were well equipped.

Height: 50cm

Sunday Dec 12, 2010 #

10 AM

Swimming 1:00:00 [1]

Again swimming, while mother was hiking. Again in easy pace. Caribbean temperatures.
6 PM

Getting Born race 4:00:00 [4] ** 0.0 km
ahr:130 max:150 spiked:1/1c weight:3.9kg

Getting Born Part I. Took it easy at the beginning, expecting this to be 5x a marathon (in Vic Röthlin speed). Good conditions, mother in good shape and father still relaxed.
Started at 20:00 (intensity 2), getting more intense after 22:00 (intensity 4). But could cope well and was also very relaxed.

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