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Training Log Archive: mintore

In the 7 days ending Feb 16:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Orienteering1 2:21:54 7.4(19:11) 11.91(11:55) 12322c23.1
  Road running4 1:39:16 7.19 11.57 73436.7
  Jog3 50:20 1.82(27:38) 2.93(17:10)14.2
  Stretching2 31:008.4
  Treadmill2 26:00 2.22(11:43) 3.57(7:17) 2447.6
  Cycling1 20:00 6.8(20.4/h) 10.94(32.8/h)12.0
  Core!1 9:203.3
  Total9 6:17:50 25.43 40.93 110022c105.3
  [1-5]9 6:10:00

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Saturday Feb 16 #

3 PM

Jog 10:32 [3] 0.67 mi (15:48 / mi)

Jog 10:55 [3] 0.6 mi (18:17 / mi)

6 PM

Jog 4:43 [3] 0.2 mi (23:21 / mi)

Jog 4:38 [3] 0.23 mi (20:26 / mi)

Thursday Feb 14 #

Treadmill 10:00 [2] 1.0 mi (10:00 / mi)
shoes: Saucony Guide 2018

Stretching 15:00 [3]

2 PM

Road running 7:16 [3] 0.73 mi (9:57 / mi)
shoes: Saucony Guide 2018

Road running 6:49 [3] 0.71 mi (9:36 / mi) +714m 2:20 / mi
shoes: Saucony Guide 2018

6 PM

Road running 47:40 [3] 5.75 mi (8:17 / mi) +20m 8:12 / mi
shoes: Saucony Guide 2018

Tuesday Feb 12 #

Cycling (spin bike) 20:00 [4] 6.8 mi (20.4 mph)
ahr:134 max:166

Treadmill 16:00 [3] 1.22 mi (13:07 / mi) +244m 8:05 / mi
shoes: Saucony Guide 2018

Core! 9:20 [3]

Stretching 16:00 [2]

arms, glutes, quads, hammies; too long since doing this...
7 PM

Road running 14:19 intensity: (1:58 @1) + (1:51 @2) + (6:05 @3) + (4:25 @4)
ahr:143 max:159

8 PM

Road running 23:12 intensity: (1:11 @0) + (5:41 @1) + (17 @2) + (3:15 @3) + (11:58 @4) + (50 @5)
ahr:140 max:166

Jog 19:32 intensity: (37 @0) + (3:53 @1) + (15:02 @2) 0.13 mi (2:31:08 / mi)
ahr:130 max:138

Sunday Feb 10 #

1 PM

Orienteering race 2:21:54 intensity: (6:02 @0) + (1:13:48 @1) + (41:57 @2) + (18:55 @3) + (1:12 @4) *** 11.91 km (11:55 / km) +123m 11:20 / km
ahr:123 max:153 22c shoes: Inov-8 200s

Meet 8 Race 9
Woodland Trails Purple 8.7k

This was good and not so good. Well set course and lots of opportunity for route choice. A few too many controls too close to giant trees in the forest that seemed to block the sight line for my approaches (If I could have predicted it, I would have changed). Started after there was about 1-1.5 inches of snow. It didn't cause problems with wearing glasses but it completely flattened out any visual contrast, obscured sheets of ice and "trails". This is a map that always piques my enthusiasm but the amount of dead ash trees and honeysuckle are just making the vegetation mapping and running into a mess. I need a trip here with good weather to improve my view (note last time, it dumped snow for the last half of the race to the point of filling my glasses ;/

Felt the strain of back-to-back long runs. Need to rest then keep working on this.

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