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Training Log Archive: bgallup

In the 7 days ending Oct 27, 2012:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Climbing (Gym)1 2:00:00
  Running1 53:17 6.82(7:49) 10.98(4:51)11 /11c100%
  Orienteering1 19:02 1.86(10:13) 3.0(6:21)18 /21c85%
  Total3 3:12:19 8.69 13.9829 /32c90%

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Saturday Oct 27, 2012 #

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someone stole the change out of my car recently. didn't take anything else.... except my garmin.


joke's on him, he left the charging cradle

Running 43:17 [3] 9.18 km (4:43 / km)
spiked:11/11c

barb/ed's cambridge hills street-o. started and finished at cp3, nearest my house. only hiccup was when i tried to hit cp6 from the south and was met by accurate mapping. i assume street-o club only has two rules: getting hit by a car is a DQ, and run on the streets, eh? broke that rule a little on the way in to 6, but i was honest on the way out. only quirk to the route was having CP1 down the one-way-the-other-way major bus egress from the harvard square warrens. danger-fun!

poor substitute map

Running 10:00 [3] 1.8 km (5:33 / km)

over to the start and back

Friday Oct 26, 2012 #

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and here's the same plot of running shenanigans for ian:


it worked! way less random than mind - looks like actual diligence pays off, eh? you can see a grey-to-orange gradient from upper right to lower left - meaning, as time goes on (about two and a half years, here), runs get faster and easier to do. so if there's a gradient of fitness going NE to SW, that means there are contours of constant fitness going NW to SE - the speed/HR tradeoff for a given level of traning. wonder what those look like.

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and then there's Fearless Leader, ken: click to embiggen!


there's a lot going on, to put it mildly. so much so, that just gray-to-orange wouldn't do - but rainbow would. red is mid-2004, up to the purpley present. so much chaos that this just might need to get animated.

the most noticeable thing is the clear separation between training in the upper left, and racing in the lower right. it's a bit tough to see through the layers, but it looks like ken had a super fast orange period, a dip in the green years and stready improvement through blue into purple. and that's just training time - superfast race performances come in all colors.

also crazy: over 10700km of running! in 57000 minutes - that's damn near 40 days! the mind boggles! go ken!

also cool, zooming out a bit shows some catatonically-low hr, recently-run training runs:

Thursday Oct 25, 2012 #

Climbing (Gym) 2:00:00 [3]

forced myself to the climbing gym after a lazy week - and had a respectable showing. hammered out a pile of V3's and even bagged a (questionable) V4-. i'll have to have words with this one last overhangy V3.

met ross's sister at metrorock - fortunately i had friends who knew her. orienteering was the tip, as they'd heard something about baggy pants and running into trees. ross had said 'look for the girl version of me', but with the beard and speed-hair, there was a bit extrapolating to do. great to meet her, and i learned a fun fact: our ross was almost given two middle names just to have the recursive intials R.O.S.S. rugged orienteering superstar? rodent of stupendous size?

Note

more goofing with numbers. this time it's data in four dimensions. four!

the running history of ben:

-each circle is a run
-x is the average heart rate
-y is the pace in min/km (fast near the bottom)
-circle size is the run length
-circle color is how long ago the run is (gray is 5 months back)

i was hoping to see grey in the upper right and orange in the upper left - that would mean i was going on faster runs at lower heart rates as time went on. at least the orangey circles are getting bigger.

Sunday Oct 21, 2012 #

9 AM

Orienteering race 19:02 [3] 3.0 km (6:21 / km)
spiked:18/21c

one of the best races i've put together in awhile. satisfying, that. made up for the long, cold, and pointless quarantine. no squiggly line for this one, what with WRE points on the table. 482 of which makes me the 1743th best men's orienteer. IN THE WORLD. Mom's proud.


non-spikes:
10: went too far east. looked up and saw a log to cross, got slaughtered by some greenbriar in the foreground. ended up on the east end of the marsh with the control.
11: bad bearing off of the nearby trail junction, was watching the controls but wasn't smart
14: don't remember what happened here exactly, but remember being confused by a trail junction, taking a directish route, and ending up just east of the control. kinda lucked out, i think.









also, battle damage!

thanks furlong47!

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