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Training Log Archive: BorisGr

In the 7 days ending Jun 3, 2007:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running4 4:15:55 30.38 48.89 300
  Orienteering2 2:12:54 12.55(10:36) 20.19(6:35)17 /21c80%
  T.rex training1 10:00
  Total5 6:38:49 42.92 69.08 30017 /21c80%

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Sunday Jun 3, 2007 #

Running 1:01:32 [2] 7.0 mi (8:47 / mi)
shoes: Montrail Trail Shoes

Running over to the start of backbana, jogging around on top, and running back home.

Running 29:55 [4] 5.0 km (5:59 / km) +300m 4:36 / km
shoes: Montrail Trail Shoes

Ran a lap of backbana with Jörgen Ohlin. Felt just fine during the first lap, but as soon as we started the planned second lap, I had nothing left. I don't think my cold from a couple of days ago is completely gone yet... So i jogged around on top waiting for Jörgen to finish the second lap before running back home.

Saturday Jun 2, 2007 #

Orienteering 1:55:34 [2] *** 17.25 km (6:42 / km)
shoes: 2007 model Falcons

Biked out to Nåsten on this warm, sunny afternoon and ran one of this winter's Tuesday night line-O's (course Z.) Orienteering in late spring/summer almost reminds me of night-O, since the visibility is so much lower than usual. It's still easier than night-O, of course, but some of the same elements are there, such as having to rely on your compass and trust that the cliff/knoll/rock you are looking for will appear as soon as you emerge from this dense patch of pines, as long as you keep your bearing.
Felt pretty tired the whole way, most body parts hurt.

Friday Jun 1, 2007 #

Running 1:00:30 [2] 7.5 mi (8:04 / mi)
shoes: Saucony 2006

Slept over eleven hours (despite waking up in the middle night with a vicious calf cramp) and woke up feeling better - still a sore throat and a bit of headache, but much better than the last two days.
The sun was out for the first time all week, so I took a break from working on the sprint series standings to go for a trail run around the neighborhood.

T.rex training 10:00 [2]

A bit of core stuff after the run.

Thursday May 31, 2007 #

(sick) (rest day)

Sick. Day off.

Wednesday May 30, 2007 #

Running 15:00 [2] 1.8 mi (8:20 / mi)
shoes: Montrail Trail Shoes

Warm-up, cool-down.

Orienteering race 17:20 [5] *** 2.94 km (5:54 / km)
spiked:17/21c shoes: Montrail Trail Shoes

Stockholm City Cup, Etapp 3.
I figured a while that, just in case I am running sprint at WOC, I should probably run some sprint races, which are few and far between in Sweden. So I drove down to Stockholm with the Ridefelt family and ran a sprint. I felt pretty bad - sore from intervals, still sore from soccer, and sort-of on the verge of a cold. But sprints are fun, and so I had fun. Fields, hills, bushes, cliffs, good route choice options, and people running everywhere in all directions - gotta love Stockholm City Cup!
Tripped and fell going to 2, lost my control descriptions, and actually went back and looked for them picking them out of the grass. 20 seconds lost. Another 45-50 seconds scattered around the course. Ended up 35th, not too good, not too bad.

Tuesday May 29, 2007 #

Running 51:00 [2] 6.0 mi (8:30 / mi)
shoes: Saucony 2006

Running to the clubhouse, warm-up, running between intervals, running back home. Very, very sore on the way home.

Running 10:00 [1]

Secret Russian Running Drills.

Running 27:58 [5] 8.0 km (3:30 / km)
shoes: Saucony 2006

Relay intervals on the lit track at Norby. The intervals work like this: you have a 500m long trail loop and a team of 3. Person A and person B start at the same time and run a loop. At this point, A stops, B continues and C joins him. After the next loop, B stops, and A joins C, and so on. Basically, you run two loops, then rest one. I ran with Gustaf Granath and Jan, who was taking this session a bit easier than normal.
3:24 (1:36 rest)
3:27 (1:40)
3:28 (1:40)
3:34 (1:40)
3:30 (1:43)
3:32 (1:39)
3:33 (1:30)

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