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Training Log Archive: j-man

In the 7 days ending Oct 4, 2008:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cross Training4 2:35:00
  Bike3 2:20:00
  Weight training3 50:00
  Orienteering1 37:00 2.8(13:14) 4.5(8:13) 100
  Total6 6:22:00 2.8 4.5 100

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Saturday Oct 4, 2008 #

Weight training 20:00 [2]

Too slow to be a real circuit, but still tried to keep moving. After the midnight hour.

Cross Training 1:00:00 [3]
max:151

736 calories, level 6

Weight training 7:00 [2]

3 times (30 with 2 x 15 lunges, 50 crunches)

Friday Oct 3, 2008 #

Bike 40:00 [2]

Thursday Oct 2, 2008 #

Bike 40:00 [2]

On the recumbent bike.

While reading and after the VP debate which I really didn't want to watch. I did the reading because watching the debate meant that I had no other time to do so. I was able to manage 40 minutes of concentration and decent output.

Cross Training 20:00 [2]

Weight training 8:00 [2]

3 x
{
15 squats with 2 x 15
10 push ups
50 crunches
}

Wednesday Oct 1, 2008 #

Cross Training 1:00:00 [2]

Level 6, 695 calories.

Listened to a Jeremy Grantham podcast. It is amazing to me how these "renowned" people, or alternatively, guys like Taleb can spend so much time and say very little insightful and nothing original and yet people hang on their every word.

Weight training 15:00 [3]

Three quick circuits with 10 pounds per side.

Tuesday Sep 30, 2008 #

Bike 1:00:00 [2]

Listened to Bud Haslett talk about covered call strategies.

Cross Training 15:00 [2]

Monday Sep 29, 2008 #

Note
(injured)

Given the stark reminder that my ankle is far from up to snuff, it is time to try more drastic actions. No running whatsoever for 2 weeks and no orienteering until NEOC. And of course, use of Vadim-supplied Balter-balm. I can't keep bumbling along like this.

Sunday Sep 28, 2008 #

Orienteering race 37:00 [3] **** 4.5 km (8:13 / km) +100m 7:24 / km
shoes: Olways

Got through 9 controls of the long before a final twist of the ankle on a trail put me out. It was a shame because it was my kind of course (despite a 4-5 minute error on the 2nd control.)

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