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Training Log Archive: Work4justice

In the 7 days ending Aug 19, 2013:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Mountain Bike2 4:23:00 45.04 72.48
  Trekking1 2:32:00 5.14(29:34) 8.27(18:23)
  weights1 30:00
  Running1 25:00
  Total4 7:50:00 50.18 80.75

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Monday Aug 19, 2013 #


Still pretty tired, so, rode out to ILRA with mah kid to Spring Mill Pond for a swim, then we biked into the Badlands, ran up and down #4 (Mr Wonderful's Sampler #1) while mah kid slurped on a root beer, then back home, all via dirt. I think I will be spending more time on those hills and two track. Nice day. Got some funny looks with a boogie board strapped to my pack.

Saturday Aug 17, 2013 #

Mountain Bike (Sandy two track) 2:20:00 [3] 40.0 km (3:30 / km)

Rode from CP3 to CP2 to set up. Had about a 20lb pack with chair and provisions for the 7 hour vigil. Still can't believe this 30 hour race had 8 CPs!!!

Mountain Bike 30:00 [3]

Near our CP was a little two track that I rode down to the river and back. Beautiful shield rock, pine forest floor (even sounded hollow) and rock gardens. Had the biggest smile after that!

Wednesday Aug 14, 2013 #

6 AM

weights 30:00 [3]

Running (Treadmill hill inclines) 25:00 [3]

5 PM

Trekking 2:32:00 [3] 5.14 mi (29:34 / mi)

What Jens said. :)

Great trek around Highland checking out potential control sites. Jens did the orienteering, I just tagged along. He may not print me a map next time. I am definitely a back seat orienteer in that situation! What about this? What was that? What about over here? There? Then he let me be the AD of the meet and I shut up. :)

Very cool process. Kind of wondered how an area got vetted, and I can see why purple penning without some degree of vetting could be a disaster! Feeling more confident with my recognition of land features and expect over the winter that will enhance, at least I hope so.

Tuesday Aug 13, 2013 #

Mountain Bike (Dirt/paved/sand) 1:33:00 [3] 20.18 mi (4:37 / mi)

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