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Training Log Archive: JanetT

In the 7 days ending Jun 15, 2013:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Pilates class2 1:50:00110.0
  Exerc. Class2 1:50:00110.0
  Walk/Jog1 1:01:41 2.75(22:25) 4.43(13:56) 133123.4
  Orienteering1 46:53 2.56(18:20) 4.12(11:23) 9220 /23c86%187.5
  Running (dirt)1 41:40 2.86(14:34) 4.6(9:03) 4783.3
  Walking2 32:29 1.84(17:40) 2.96(10:59) 377.3
  Fitness equipment1 20:0260.1
  Total10 7:02:45 10.01 16.11 27520 /23c86%751.7
averages - sleep:7.5

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Saturday Jun 15, 2013 #


AOWN notes: Saw a black squirrel try to cross the road in front of us Friday (but think better of it and go back), then an oriole or tanager at Pine Bush Preserve near the landfill.

Today on the way home from Ratlum we stopped at the Sheffield Covered Bridge and the frogs were having a concert, along with tons of mosquitoes. Hope the birds got their fill for supper! Nearby fields all flooded with recent rain.
1 PM

Orienteering race 23:29 [4] *** 2.14 km (11:00 / km) +38m 10:06 / km
spiked:10/13c shoes: Jala Jukola Spider 6 #2

Temp in mid 70s and sunny, but the woods were dry. Wet spots on the trails from recent rain, though!

First sprint, course A, of team sprint relay at Ratlum Mtn, starting in the mass start. Messed up on 3 when I turned the wrong way (90* off!) on the big trails and didn't realize until I'd gone outside the gate and it was woods and not a pond--about a minute and a half or longer error. I'd seen the trail leaving 3 and got to it faster than those who missed it (on the map, it was kind of hidden under the control circle); caught up to Judy again here (who I'd passed on the way to 2, but then oops). Good through the next few; cut through woods a bit too soon to 7 and hit logging remnants; Lyn, who took the trail around, beat Judy and me to the control. 8 was not at the large group of large boulders but a bit downhill and I caught that fact a bit before the others. From 10-11 I stayed at the edge of the field and took the driveway around to the trail below the garden, which turned out to be a good thing as there was some unmapped garden (olive green) if you went around the other way. Glen had already gone off in the leg 2 mass start when I finished.

EDIT: added FR track

Orienteering race 23:24 [4] *** 1.98 km (11:49 / km) +54m 10:24 / km
spiked:10/10c shoes: Jala Jukola Spider 6 #2

Second sprint, B. Nominal distance for both was 1.7 km; 60m climb on the first one, 75 on the second. No wrong trails this time, though I was slow going to the cliff (2) and climbing the bare rock to 3. Route choice from 7-8 had a choice of two trails; the left route was a bit faster, but I took the right. Glen again went out on a mass start. Fun courses. Time from the watch is from the time Glen tagged me; results have me in 23:21 (from the time I punched the start box after picking up my second map).

Afterwards was the picnic and short WCOC club meeting to plan the fall schedule. Good food and good conversations with Gail and Judy. Two kinds of chocolate cake! Thanks to Charlie and Rhonda for again hosting this event; I'm finally getting used to this map.

Friday Jun 14, 2013 #

12 PM

Running (dirt) 41:40 [2] 4.6 km (9:03 / km) +47m 8:37 / km
slept:7.5 shoes: Trail NB 706 9D # 2

Trails at the Pine Bush, from the Nature Center. Nice day, partly sunny with temps in the low to mid 70s. This park was a good choice after the recent rain (almost 2" in the last day or so; 10+" since May 21!) as the sandy trails soak up the water. Marshy areas adjacent to some of the trails had standing water, but I only had to step across a puddle (actually connecting two pools) once. Nice view of the Albany landfill on the east side. :P Walked up only the steepest trails (including the Blue trail cutting back north near the end, which has steps); fell once, landing on my knee but not going all the way down.

Thursday Jun 13, 2013 #

9 AM

Pilates class 55:00 [1]

No tools; good class but needs more stretching. :-)
10 AM

Walking (indoor track) 22:26 [3] 1.5 mi (14:57 / mi)
shoes: Sauc.Shad.6000#7-2012H

Listening to Wait Wait. Foot hurt sometimes, less when I curled my toes. Not a long-term solution.
Cooldown of .2 mi, 3:32

Wednesday Jun 12, 2013 #

Exerc. Class 55:00 [1]

5-5-5 (like circuits) again. Right side of torso stiff from yesterday's rings in Pilates, but that loosened up over the course of the class.

Tuesday Jun 11, 2013 #

10 AM

Pilates class 55:00 [1]

Using rings. I wish she would change the warm up to -not- start from childs pose which is uncomfortable for my knees and feet; this is something fairly new (I hope just for the summer). Good leg workout.
11 AM

Fitness equipment (elliptical) 20:02 [3]
shoes: Sauc.Shad.6000#7-2012H

Hill interval level 3 for 20 minutes (0.85mi) and cooldown for 2 (0.1).
Adductors and pulldowns after, plus stretching.

Monday Jun 10, 2013 #

Exerc. Class 55:00 [1]

Except for my right foot (PF) being sore as heck, this was a good workout with intervals of step, aerobics, and strength. Iced my foot before class but it still hurts.

Sunday Jun 9, 2013 #

4 PM

Walk/Jog (trail) 1:01:41 [2] * 4.43 km (13:56 / km) +133m 12:07 / km
shoes: Trail NB 704 8.5D

In Lenox, hiking/jogging trails from the gate at the top of Reservoir Road to the south, as far as the Burbank plaque overlooking the valley to the west, then back to the car exploring a new bike trail. Then N on the old road for a bit until I reached a ruin I needed to explore. Back to the car to meet Glen who was off doing his own thing. Some nice views, and weather was good (low 70s and mostly sunny). I did carry a map to be sure I was going the right way since I'd never been on these trails.

Twisted my left ankle a bit jogging on a bike trail and had to stop for 30-45 seconds but decided it was good and would keep me going. Recording this just in case I wonder why the outside of the my left leg is sore later in the week.
5 PM

Walking (trail) 10:03 [1] 0.54 km (18:28 / km) +3m 17:59 / km
shoes: Trail NB 704 8.5D

A cool down walk with Glen, checking out part of another bike trail, and then showing him the ruin.

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