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Training Log Archive: ken

In the 7 days ending Apr 17, 2002:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Orienteering4 3:48:24 16.59(13:46) 26.7(8:33) 133059 /61c96%142.5
  Running5 2:31:34 19.53(7:46) 31.43(4:49)34.0
  Strength2 31:006.2
  Elliptical1 20:004.0
  Total6 7:10:58 36.12 58.13 133059 /61c96%186.7

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Wednesday Apr 17, 2002 #

Running (warmup/cooldown) 16:00 [2] 1.78 mi (8:59 / mi)

hardly necessary since it was 93 degrees today

Orienteering (park-o) 15:30 [5] *** 3.0 km (5:10 / km)

park-o at harvard. felt good, if a bit tired towards the end, and I mostly picked the fastest routes. I think the temp dropped 15 degrees right after I finished cooling down. I was worried I would mess up my foot running hard on the pavement, but it seems ok afterwards. splits 56,34,39,37,42,48,37,2:35(8+9),33,1:04,1:00,56,42,58,42,102,36,28. ahr:179

Running 36:49 [3] 5.0 mi (7:22 / mi)

some more on the river from home. ahr:158

Strength 26:00 [2]

Tuesday Apr 16, 2002 #

Running 48:45 [2] 6.75 mi (7:13 / mi)

on the river after dark. out slow, picked it up on the way back. allergy season coming soon.
ahr: 146,159 (out,back)
I seem to have some poison ivy from this weekend, (maybe friday?) itchy!

Monday Apr 15, 2002 #

Elliptical 20:00 [2]

Running 23:00 [2] 3.0 mi (7:40 / mi)

Strength 5:00 [2]

I was going to just do upper body, but that turned out to be sore also.

Sunday Apr 14, 2002 #

Running (warmup/cooldown) 12:00 [2] 1.33 mi (9:01 / mi)

it was pouring today.

Orienteering race (race) 1:26:52 [4] *** 9.8 km (8:52 / km) +550m 6:55 / km
ahr:168 spiked:27/27c

the pig farsta. it was crazy steep and muddy, people slipping out-of-control all over the place. in some places it was just impossible to go uphill if there was no vegetation to grab onto (i.e. faster to go up through the green). the best way was usually straight up the gullies where the streams had eroded the dirt away exposing rocks. I seemed to have most of the forks in common with sergey, and he ended up just ahead of me at the end. not really any mistakes, 5th overall, james did 80mins. while I was pretty tired from dragging myself uphill, the soft ground everywhere was kind to my foot and knees, so I escape this weekend without further injury.

Saturday Apr 13, 2002 #

Running (warmup/cooldown) 15:00 [2] 1.67 mi (8:59 / mi)

Orienteering race (race) 1:17:06 [4] *** 8.7 km (8:52 / km) +450m 7:02 / km
ahr:170 spiked:16/16c

flying pig WRE. raining this morning, but not as slippery as it could have been, since I was pretty much the first starter. I imagine later it was one big mudslide/heardpath up and down the hills. no mistakes to complain about, but I lost some time on a bad route (up the stream to 15). I'm not so used to a lot of climb-induced route choice, but I think I managed to pick the best way most of the time. it was good practice for switzerland anyways. visiting swiss dude ran 65.

Friday Apr 12, 2002 #

Orienteering race (race) 48:56 [4] *** 5.2 km (9:25 / km) +330m 7:09 / km
ahr:178 spiked:16/18c

the pig "sprint", by MVOC. the course was too long and too steep for much sprinting, but at least it wasn't raining yet. william was the fastest with 44-something. ~2mins lost in 2 mistakes.

Thursday Apr 11, 2002 #


I don't think I will run today either. probably shouldn't train through this weekend since I'm spending so much money to go there. also my left knee has (occasionally) felt a bit out of whack since sunday morning, like I hyperextended it or something.

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