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Training Log Archive: Sandy

In the 7 days ending May 26, 2012:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  strength & stretching2 2:15:00
  trail2 2:11:00
  orienteering1 1:25:12 3.06(27:52) 4.92(17:19) 771
  Total4 5:51:12 3.06 4.92 771

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Saturday May 26, 2012 #

orienteering 40:43 [3] 2.46 km (16:33 / km) +344ft 13:38 / km

Great course - lots of fun. Really silly route choice to 8, very hesitant to 9 as I really lost my concentration when someone talked to me halfway through the leg, and then lost confidence on the way to 10 and checked out a control that I knew was not mine. But really, really nice course and just the right length to not get super tired.

orienteering 44:29 [3] 2.46 km (18:05 / km) +427ft 14:18 / km

Another fun little course. Not sure why I made #2 so hard but I lost 4 minutes and it was just off a trail stream junction. Brain not in gear I guess. Hesitated on the way to #10 for another minute loss. Mostly ignored the trails since I was having trouble seeing them on the map, the green wasn't bad at all and I wasn't moving much faster on the trails in any case.

What a great pair of courses! Absolutely loved the terrain.

Thursday May 24, 2012 #

strength & stretching 1:00:00 [3]

Session with the trainer. Several new exercises. Some progress but then I'm not really doing much in between sessions so can't really complain.

trail 1:06:00 [3]

TNT - Media. Same loop as last week with Dasha; ran more than last week although walked the whole last part.

Tuesday May 22, 2012 #

trail 1:05:00 [3]

TNT - extended Indian loop with Sandy. Pushed reasonably hard the first two thirds, then walked when Sandy's knee started hurting after the long downhill.

Note

Wow - totally blown away that Eva Jurenikova took the time to comment on the thread about the maps and courses at EOC.

Monday May 21, 2012 #

strength & stretching 1:15:00 [3]

Finally made it back to yoga - great class. And I could actually tell the difference from the exercises the trainer has had me doing.

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