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Training Log Archive: j-man

In the 7 days ending Jan 21, 2006:

activity # timemileskm+m
  classic ski1 3:15:00
  Orienteering2 3:01:00 9.32 15.0 400
  Run2 2:25:00 14.0(10:21) 22.53(6:26) 600
  downhill1 1:00:00
  Total6 9:41:00 23.32 37.53 1000

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Friday Jan 20, 2006 #

classic ski 3:15:00 [2]

Thursday Jan 19, 2006 #

downhill 1:00:00 [2]

With Dan and Dasha at Northstar. 5 hours total, distills to 1, mostly on the strength of three continuous downhill bump runs.

Wednesday Jan 18, 2006 #

Run 55:00 [2] 5.0 mi (11:00 / mi)
shoes: Adidas

Near Aubern, CA. With Dasha -- much like last time -- I would run up beyond Dasha, and then back down, while she walked/jogged stepp hills.

Cold rain during.

Tuesday Jan 17, 2006 #

Run 1:30:00 [2] 9.0 mi (10:00 / mi) +600m 8:17 / mi
shoes: Adidas

Run in Los Oros state park with Dasha. A little longer than intended and Dasha didn't run up all the hills so I did some hill intervals, ahead and behind.

Distance and climb estimated for now.

Monday Jan 16, 2006 #

Orienteering 50:00 [2] **** 4.5 km (11:07 / km)
shoes: Spikeless VJs

Control pickup at the maze O with Dasha. Just can't get enough of that maze O. TIme includes run (squeeze) to start and control disassembly.

Sunday Jan 15, 2006 #

Orienteering race 1:26:00 [3] **** 10.5 km (8:11 / km) +400m 6:53 / km
shoes: Spikeless VJs

Poor race. Good through the beginning-middle where shortish legs demanded concentration, but then when legs stretched out and I could turn off the brain, I did. Drank once and felt good physically (more so than day before) -- like I could go further and run faster. DIdn't remove any cactus during race, but afterwards discovered broken one that literally almost went through my toe (missed bone, so was able to go further than otherwise.)

Orienteering race 45:00 [3] ****
shoes: Spikeless VJs

Maze O. Simply awesome! Definitely the best walk to the start I've ever done.

Almost died a couple of times (good way to increase adrenaline consumption.)

I've dreamed of Orienteering in terrain like that - and SDO delivered! Incredible!

Had some contact problems (both map contact and adhering physically to vertical hillsides) but obviously neither were too severe.

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