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Training Log Archive: Mr Wonderful

In the 7 days ending Nov 25, 2017:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Walking2 3:04:57 5.42(34:07) 8.72(21:12) 71135.6
  Orienteering2 2:00:14 7.83(15:21) 12.6(9:32) 38222c286.5
  Running3 51:30 4.44(11:36) 7.14(7:12) 65121.3
  Total6 5:56:41 17.69(20:10) 28.47(12:32) 51822c543.4
  [1-5]6 4:55:39

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Saturday Nov 25, 2017 #

1 PM

Walking 1:41:08 intensity: (23:03 @0) + (1:16:09 @1) + (1:49 @2) + (7 @3) 2.78 mi (36:23 / mi) +61m 34:04 / mi
ahr:103 max:152

18 holes of disc golf with brother and eldest nephew. Would have been 10 minutes faster if I didn't lose one six feet off the fairway on #2. It buried itself under some leaves; it was quite a project to find it.

Game setup: Nephew and I, throwing a Roc / Buzz each (single disc challenge, using a solid midrange) best disc against brother throwing Zephyr (super class (beach frisbee / lid) that flies super straight but can't do much, it's pretty heavy). It was almost even through the first 9, but then poor brother got stuck with it not turning on him as expected and he had to chunk out of the woods too many times on the back to stay even. Had nephew and I played him straight, it would have been a bloodbath.

I prefer the single midrange Roc / Buzz when I'm out of disc golfing shape, since it's easy to manage (no bag), not a huge penalty putting, and then if you aren't driving a lot, you can't, so only the good person takes a hit on throwing distance since they can't wail some monster driver shot that you'll never make.

Thursday Nov 23, 2017 #

9 AM

Running 27:23 intensity: (11 @0) + (2:05 @1) + (13:33 @2) + (6:54 @3) + (4:30 @4) + (10 @5) 2.24 mi (12:13 / mi) +65m 11:13 / mi
ahr:151 max:178

Easy jog at one of my favorite parks, glacially formed meadows near the parents.
1 PM

Walking 1:23:49 intensity: (29:59 @0) + (52:35 @1) + (52 @2) + (23 @3) 2.64 mi (31:45 / mi) +10m 31:23 / mi
ahr:95 max:159

Disc golf near my old high school. Fun course, especially with the low water making disc retrieval easy when lost to the main water hazard

Tuesday Nov 21, 2017 #

3 PM

Running 19:05 intensity: (3 @0) + (4:37 @1) + (6:49 @2) + (5:20 @3) + (2:16 @4) 1.72 mi (11:06 / mi)
ahr:148 max:172 shoes: Brooks Ghost Blue

Easy jog with two less easy laps (not fast for how uneasy!) after doing an hour of magnolia leaf hauling. It took something like (5) 10'x12' tarp loads to clear the back yard.

Sunday Nov 19, 2017 #

10 AM

Running warm up/down 5:02 intensity: (46 @1) + (4:16 @2) 0.48 mi (10:30 / mi)
ahr:144 max:151

Necessary warm up

Orienteering 1:12:41 intensity: (20 @0) + (3:36 @1) + (4:31 @2) + (32:42 @3) + (29:39 @4) + (1:53 @5) 5.11 mi (14:13 / mi) +159m 12:58 / mi
ahr:161 max:184 15c

*** Asterisked performance ***

I consulted on earlier drafts of the course, so I already knew my routes to most c (mostly so I could warn Ken that the swamp cross ability needed to be accurate in key spots).

Super nice to be able to see so far, eg, #6, where you can spot the hill from waaaaaay above and then just run run run at it. Wish I was fitter to exploit the runnability. Ken found many hills as well.

More detail later.

Orienteering 1 [0] 0.0 mi +191m null / mi
ahr:147 max:205

Mark's course blazing first place.
2 PM

Orienteering 43:20 intensity: (4:11 @0) + (31:32 @1) + (7:37 @2) 2.4 mi (18:03 / mi) +29m 17:24 / mi
ahr:117 max:147 7c

Big pick up loop, hoping to not pull anything before Oprsal got to it on his late Green start.

Orienteering 4:12 intensity: (3:14 @0) + (58 @1) 0.32 mi (13:07 / mi) +3m 12:47 / mi
ahr:83 max:106

Quick run to the already picked up 61 and the game cam one.

So I guess the watch only starts when it feels like it? Thanks FR235.

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