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Training Log Archive: elavallee

In the 7 days ending May 26, 2012:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering4 3:03:06 5.35 8.61
  Running2 1:10:00 6.06(11:33) 9.75(7:11)
  Total6 4:13:06 11.41 18.36

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Saturday May 26, 2012 #


I couldn't sleep too much last night. I am excited for all the orienteering!
10 AM

Orienteering race 1:09:08 [3] 3.28 km (21:05 / km)

1 PM

Orienteering race 1:18:24 [3] 3.63 km (21:36 / km)

5 PM

Orienteering race 25:34 [3] 1.7 km (15:02 / km)

I really enjoyed my first day of my first A meet. I was surprised at how different the terrain was compared to what I am used to. But I enjoyed the challenge. I think the best part for me was getting to meet some more very cool orienteers and just being around so many for one day. Orienteers are great people to be hanging out with!

Tuesday May 22, 2012 #

5 AM

Running (Warm Up/Down) 20:00 [2] 2.25 km (8:53 / km)

Running (Tempo) 20:00 [4] 3.29 km (6:05 / km)
ahr:156 max:177

This morning was 3 x 6 min. tempo run with 1 min of walking between. The average heart rate is dragged down a little by the warm up/down. It hovered around 170 for the tempo pace. It felt good to run in the light rain. I am afraid that my legs still don't feel all that well. It feels like some kind of soreness almost where my femur connects to my hip in the front. I can't really tell if it is muscle or joint soreness though. I am leaning towards the joint. Not really a show stopper, just an annoying discomfort. It does seem to be enough to dissuade me from putting in another run tomorrow. I think I will take the extra day to rest before this weekend. Aside from that, I really enjoyed this morning's session. It is really good to be able to mix it up. It makes the workout seem so much shorter than it really is.

Sunday May 20, 2012 #

1 PM

Running 30:00 [1] 4.21 km (7:08 / km)
ahr:161 max:167

Easy run today, but in the heat of the day. My legs did not feel too good today.

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