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Training Log Archive: jima

In the 1 days ending Mar 15, 2014:

activity # timemileskm+m
  XC Ski - Skate1 1:02:05 5.8(10:42) 9.33(6:39) 1608 /13c61%
  Total1 1:02:05 5.8(10:42) 9.33(6:39) 1608 /13c61%

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Saturday Mar 15, 2014 #

10 AM

XC Ski - Skate warm up/down 20:00 [1] 2.0 km (10:00 / km)
shoes: '03 Yellow Fischer Skating

Testing skis and warming up in the open area around the start/finish. Back and forth between 2 sets of warmer skis - but picked one and stuck with it.

XC Ski - Skate 42:05 intensity: (1:44 @2) + (28:42 @3) + (11:39 @4) *** 7.33 km (5:44 / km) +160m 5:11 / km
ahr:151 max:160 spiked:8/13c shoes: '03 Yellow Fischer Skating

Light sprinkles just before starting. Wind picking up and it was warm. Skis feeling OK.

Good to 1, 2 - should have taken the cutoff options, versus going around. 3 - should have gone around rather than cutting up to the narrow trail at the first opportunity. 4 - screaming down the narrow trail, should have gone straight across the first major trail to the second, or scrubbed off speed by turning right to the cutover, instead turned left and lost 20-30 sec. getting turned around.
5 good, 6 good, 7 - lost focus and took the first right rather than the second, going downhill rather that across the hill, no second intersection and no control, went way too far before I realized I was off the map - lost ~3:30.
8- up past 9, should have continued straight up the narrow trail and approached from above, instead went left, didn't take the tracks up into the control, kept going and angled back in from the other direction.
9 ok, 10- went up the narrow trail by the stone wall, should have looped further around and climbed on the wider trail and cut over.
11 ok, 12 - lost track in all the cut-throughs, took a right instead of a left, trail didn't loop around uphill as I expected, ended uphill of the sugar shack, had to climb the narrow trail I'd been down yesterday, then head back to it.


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