Register | Login
Attackpoint AR - performance and training tools for adventure athletes

Training Log: JanetT

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Yoga2 1:40:00100.0
  Biking1 1:07:00 9.94(6:44) 16.0(4:11) 99219.8
  Walking2 1:04:49 3.91(16:34) 6.3(10:18) 13154.2
  Orienteering1 41:00 2.15(19:03) 3.46(11:50) 509 /10c90%167.6
  Running (dirt)1 6:53 0.48(14:18) 0.77(8:53)25.0
  Total6 4:39:42 16.49 26.53 1619 /10c90%666.5
  [1-5]6 4:39:38
«
1:07
0:00
SaSuMoTuWeThFr

Friday Jan 17 #

11 AM

Running (dirt) warm up/down 6:53 intensity: (4 @0) + (20 @1) + (6 @2) + (1:04 @3) + (5:19 @4) 0.77 km (8:53 / km)
ahr:135 max:149 shoes: 2019 VJ Falcon 6.5 scot

GNC at Bert Adams Scout Reservation. Jog to start

Orienteering race (Brown Middle) 41:00 intensity: (4 @2) + (6:34 @3) + (24:07 @4) + (10:15 @5) *** 3.46 km (11:50 / km) +50m 11:03 / km
ahr:147 max:181 spiked:9/10c shoes: 2019 VJ Falcon 6.5 scot

Early starter for the Middle at Bert Adams. Car thermometer said 52 when we started, 55 when we left a few hours later, and breeze blew some clouds away, so a pretty nice day.

Brown was 3.1 km, 95m climb, 1:10000 map, 5m contours

No problems with any of them, maybe a few less-than-direct routes, but safer, perhaps. I was a bit left of the line to 2 and didn't really see the rootstock attackpoint but corrected when I saw the flag to my right.

Woods were mostly open where mapped as white, with thicker sapling stands for light and medium green. It was a good idea to look at the practice map to see how the gullies were mapped.

1st in F65 (of 3). Mary Jones and Linda Kohn had faster times, along with maybe 1/2 dozen of the older men. Glen ran Green.

I used the inhaler about an hour before my start and while I still coughed some it didn't seem too bad.

Wednesday Jan 15 #

11 AM

Walking 24:00 intensity: (42 @1) + (7:18 @2) + (15:53 @3) + (7 @4) 2.44 km (9:49 / km)
ahr:121 max:138

Neighborhood walk. First time under 10min/km (even if just...) in quite awhile.

Tuesday Jan 14 #

Yoga (Vinyasa) 50:00 [1]
(sick)

Some abs near the end, which I may feel tomorrow esp lower abs.

Still coughing occasionally. Slow improvement? If I can make it through orienteering this weekend without too much trouble breathing I'll stop using the 'sick' indicator.

Monday Jan 13 #

Yoga 50:00 [1]
(sick)

Shoulders

Sunday Jan 12 #

2 PM

Walking 40:49 intensity: (1:28 @1) + (28:46 @2) + (10:35 @3) 3.85 km (10:36 / km) +13m 10:26 / km
ahr:114 max:131 (sick)

Neighborhood, temp between 60 and 57F.

Saturday Jan 11 #

Note
(sick)

Coughed a bit in the dry air. Probably would have benefitted from a couple puffs of the inhaler the Dr ordered yesterday when she ordered the steroids. But I'd left it at home.

Never used one before, but supervised my second son when he had one 15 or more years ago.

2 PM

Biking 1:07:00 intensity: (13:08 @2) + (31:09 @3) + (13:30 @4) + (9:13 @5) 16.0 km (4:11 / km) +99m 4:04 / km
ahr:129 max:176 shoes: Trek DS 3 hybrid

Perkiomen Trail, from south of Green Lane County Park, in 64F weather in mid-January! Deleted some time when we were at the high point near Spring Mount and chatting with another mtb'er.

« Earlier

Recent Comments

3+ days ago
Breathe 4  
more...

Next Up

Injuries

SickCold28+days
R KneeImpact wound / trauma1,994+days
complete history

Reports

Search Log

 

free counters


Recent Weeks:

Week
Ending
Training hours by intensity
0123456789
10
Jan 18
Jan 11
Jan 4
Dec 28, 2019
Dec 21, 2019

Week
Ending
Training hours by activity
0123456789
10
Jan 18
Jan 11
Jan 4
Dec 28, 2019
Dec 21, 2019

Week
Ending
Training kilometers by activity
0102030405060708090
100
Jan 18
Jan 11
Jan 4
Dec 28, 2019
Dec 21, 2019

all weeks | months | years | as calendar