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Training Log Archive: ken

In the 7 days ending Apr 7, 2002:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Orienteering3 3:44:31 16.37(13:43) 26.35(8:31) 74026 /29c89%114.7
  Running4 2:10:18 16.1(8:06) 25.91(5:02)40.5
  Strength1 31:006.2
  Total5 6:25:49 32.47 52.26 74026 /29c89%161.4

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Sunday Apr 7, 2002 #

Running (warmup) 10:00 [2] 1.0 mi (10:00 / mi)

even colder this morning.

Orienteering race (race) 1:32:59 [4] *** 11.22 km (8:17 / km) +355m 7:09 / km
ahr:168 spiked:12/15c

day2. less perfect than yesterday. maybe 2mins lost or so. I was tired. others ran 89,90,91 but maybe I still won overall.

Saturday Apr 6, 2002 #

Running (warmup/cooldown) 20:00 [2] 2.0 mi (10:00 / mi)

it was freezing. unfortunately I didn't bring any warm clothes.

Orienteering race (race) 1:21:32 [4] *** 9.5 km (8:35 / km) +385m 7:08 / km
ahr:175 spiked:14/14c

west point day1 blue. I guess I won.

Thursday Apr 4, 2002 #

Running 30:30 [2] 4.21 mi (7:15 / mi)

Wednesday Apr 3, 2002 #

Running 26:00 [3] 3.0 mi (8:40 / mi)

running around pine banks again. stopped the watch when I was mapping. the sky was looking really dark and threatening, but then it got lighter so I stayed. and then it started pouring.

Running (treadmill) 13:00 [2] 1.64 mi (7:56 / mi)

a few hours later. re-warmup.

Running (intervals) 15:48 [5] 3.0 mi (5:16 / mi)

4x1200 on the treadmill. the first two seemed too easy, so I pushed up the incline (1%) and the speed.
3:58, 167, 124
3:58, 177, 130
3:56, 180, 134
3:56, 182, 138

Running 15:00 [2] 1.25 mi (12:00 / mi)

5x400m @5mph recovery before/after the intervals

Strength 31:00 [2]

Tuesday Apr 2, 2002 #

Orienteering (running/mapping) 50:00 [2] *** 3.5 mi (14:17 / mi)

running around the pine banks course fixing the map. I meant to do more actual running but it got dark and I was late for something. oh well, its supposed to be an easy week anyways. the woods are pretty nice now, though some places are a bit flooded. ahr:135

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