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Training Log Archive: Brodie Nank

In the 1 days ending Jul 6, 2020:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Forest Orienteering2 1:03:30 5.7(11:08) 9.18(6:55) 18510463.0
  Running1 16:15 2.03(8:00) 3.27(4:58) 432420.9
  Total3 1:19:45 7.74(10:19) 12.45(6:24) 22812883.9

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Monday Jul 6, 2020 #

12 PM

Running warm up/down 16:15 [2] 3.27 km (4:58 / km) +43m 4:40 / km
shoes: NVII Terra TT

1 PM

Forest Orienteering race 37:30 [4] ***** 5.6 km (6:42 / km) +99m 6:09 / km
shoes: NVII Terra TT

Middle Sim at Wattle Ridge. Was pretty keen to do some fast orienteering again and had heard good things about this map so was very keen. Went out a bit too hard and focusing a lot more on running hard than getting the technique right - not the right thing to do on this area, probably the hardest one we have run on in the past few weeks. Still held it together ok to 6 where I didn't see the tape and lost confidence. Built it back to 7 where I nailed it but then at 8 when I saw Tash and Caitlin they told me they had seen tape at 6 and I subsequently lost confidence/got distracted, making a big mistake on the long leg to 9. Was behind Tash and Caitlin again until 11 and they had past Warren who was taping so I offered to take over taping given I was running shite. Didn't orienteer much better to the end but put at least 80% of tapes in the correct position...
2 PM

Forest Orienteering warm up/down 26:00 [2] **** 3.58 km (7:16 / km) +86m 6:29 / km
shoes: NVII Terra TT

Easy O training as a warm down with Aston and Ali, verbalizing our process as we ran. Much better than the sim, rediscovered (for the 100th time) that reading the contours and supplementing with rock is the best approach to orienteering... Who would have thought
One cool little area with some diagonal downhills was a real treat, especially when we nailed them.

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