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Training Log Archive: fzendt

In the 7 days ending Nov 16, 2020:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering5 5:00:45 11.12(27:03) 17.9(16:48)
  Power Yoga2 1:30:00
  Walking1 1:00:00
  Weight training2 1:00:00
  Total10 8:30:45 11.12 17.9

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Monday Nov 16, 2020 #

5 PM

Weight training (arms and shoulders) 30:00 [3]

6 PM

Power Yoga (Intermediate/Advanced lev) 45:00 [3]

Sunday Nov 15, 2020 #

2 PM

Orienteering (pick-up controls) 46:00 [2] 1.8 mi (25:33 / mi)
shoes: VJ Falcon Green

Picking up mostly Yellow controls. Walking in the woods.
3 PM

Orienteering (pick-up controls) 25:25 [3] 1.8 mi (14:07 / mi)
shoes: VJ Falcon Green

Picking up the Red/Blue controls. First half run on the road, second half trail run.
4 PM

Orienteering (pick-up controls) 53:20 [2] 2.2 mi (24:14 / mi)
shoes: VJ Falcon Green

Pick up Red/Blue controls. Walking in the woods. Went around the loop backwards from when setting the controls, still pretty interesting. Map may be off a little south of Blue-11/Red-9/Green-5. That may contribute to why the Grn runners had so much trouble with the control whereas the Blue/Red runners did not. Grn came in from the S whereas Blue/Red came from the NE.

It was a good meet. Everything went well. Times were a bit slow, especially on Grn. Disappointing there weren't more Blue and Red runners (3 and 2 respectively). Interesting/glad to see that Anna (N route), Austin (straight/contour route) and Charlie and Bridge (S. route) respectively took the three different routes on the long 6->7 leg. If you have the legs and skill for it, I still think the straight route is fastest, but in retrospect it's only ~150 m shorter than the S route. Looking at the map it first appears much more shorter than that. But the S route has ~5 contours more climb, but it is a relatively gentle climb. Worst part though is there is no good attack point, so you need to be real confident about when to leave the trail. Orange course was perhaps a little too hard. But the ROTC kids were using that for training (i.e. going out in pairs), so that worked out OK.

Saturday Nov 14, 2020 #

11 AM

Orienteering (hanging controls) 2:00:00 [2] 3.74 mi (32:05 / mi)

Hanging controls at FDR for the meet tomorrow.I got Sam to do the eight far off Blue/Red controls and took a section of sixteen closer in.
1 PM

Orienteering (hanging controls) 56:00 [2] 1.58 mi (35:26 / mi)

Hanging a second set of controls.

Friday Nov 13, 2020 #

Note

Another off-day. Picked up the equipment for the meet on Sunday. Ran several errands.

Thursday Nov 12, 2020 #

5 PM

Weight training (arms and shoulders) 30:00 [3]

with Robin A.
6 PM

Power Yoga (Intermediate/Advanced lev) 45:00 [3]

with Kristin M.
another good workout, getting better and better at the really tough forms. Pretty much nailed the bird of paradise on both sides! Being rested really helps I think.

Wednesday Nov 11, 2020 #

Note

No training today.
Worked at CAC Food Pantry all afternoon. It was very hectic, busier than I've ever seen it.

Tuesday Nov 10, 2020 #

Note

No real training today. I was going to call it a rest day, and let my ankle keep healing as it still hurts a bit if I try to use it in a willy-nilly fashion. However I ended up doing about 3-4 hours of yard work. :-( Blowing leaves and then mulching them up with the lawn mower. Also just mowing up all the leaves on the grass. So by the end of the day I was pretty wore out. Maybe not training, but definitley not an easy, off day.

Walking (yard work) 1:00:00 [2]

Actually about 3-4 hours of yard work. But to not give myself too much credit, I'll chalk it up as one hour of walking for training purposes.

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