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Training Log Archive: Cat Dealer

In the 7 days ending Oct 5, 2019:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Running6 3:35:06 27.74(7:45) 44.64(4:49) 3966.2
  Orienteering1 52:10 4.99(10:27) 8.03(6:30) 21628.2
  Total7 4:27:16 32.73(8:10) 52.67(5:04) 25594.5
  [1-5]7 4:27:15

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Saturday Oct 5, 2019 #

5 PM

Running 27:44 intensity: (17 @1) + (18:35 @2) + (8:50 @3) + (2 @4) 3.13 mi (8:51 / mi) +1m 8:50 / mi
ahr:135 max:161

Afternoon Run
Shakeout with map reading.

Friday Oct 4, 2019 #

5 PM

Running 32:12 intensity: (11 @1) + (28 @2) + (31:33 @3) 4.35 mi (7:25 / mi) +4m 7:23 / mi
ahr:147 max:157

Afternoon Run
Why did it get so cold.

Thursday Oct 3, 2019 #

6 PM

Running 35:02 intensity: (25:08 @2) + (8:44 @3) + (1:10 @4) 4.34 mi (8:04 / mi) +1m 8:04 / mi
ahr:139 max:165

Evening Run
Nice and easy, felt so much easier than yesterday even though I ran the same pace.

Wednesday Oct 2, 2019 #

5 PM

Running 1:18:02 intensity: (2:07 @2) + (1:08:43 @3) + (7:12 @4) 9.66 mi (8:05 / mi) +28m 8:00 / mi
ahr:155 max:164

Long Run
Finally have some time to run! Too bad it's on pretty much zero sleep. Explains why I felt pretty fatigued the entire run, time to get some sleep.

Tuesday Oct 1, 2019 #

7 PM

Running 20:35 intensity: (1 @0) + (51 @2) + (7:23 @3) + (12:20 @4) 3.12 mi (6:36 / mi)
ahr:157 max:166

Evening Run
Still swamped so could only fit another short run, this time in the dark!

Monday Sep 30, 2019 #

5 PM

Running 21:31 intensity: (1:23 @2) + (18:38 @3) + (1:30 @4) 3.14 mi (6:51 / mi) +5m 6:49 / mi
ahr:149 max:174

Afternoon Run
Super short today because I have a ton of work :(

Sunday Sep 29, 2019 #

11 AM

Orienteering 52:10 intensity: (8 @1) + (9 @2) + (9:49 @3) + (42:04 @4) 8.03 km (6:30 / km) +216m 5:44 / km
ahr:165 max:178

DVOA Warwick County Park Red
6.7 km (7:47 / km) +200m 6:46 / km
Map
Not a great race, lots of frustrating small mistakes and 2 large mistakes cost me quite a lot of time. On the bright side physically I felt decent and I wore a heart rate monitor just to see how much I actually physically exert myself when orienteering. The small mistakes on the course can be summarized with either getting stuck in some green, or not seeing the control and slowing down to look for it in the immediate area. On #3 I also saw a control on the line right before my control and veered off to hit it which cost me at least 30s. The first large mistake was on #14. I'm pretty upset on this one, as I was just not thinking. I was trying to read the curves in the trail instead of the very obvious junction between #14 and #17 and went off the trail very early, luckily I hit #17 and knew I made a mistake quickly, but I still ended up losing over 2 minutes on this. I think the mistake mostly came from transitioning from short controls to a longer leg so I felt the urge to get off the trail quickly. The other large mistake was at #16. This was also a very frustrating mistake as I already found this control once, and I ran right past it. I somehow just did not see the control even though I was ridiculously close to it. I think I was just not as focused as I should have been in this area, and ended up losing about another 2 minutes. Both of these mistakes were very avoidable and the main problem was a lack of focus, but I was very happy to go out on an event like this with some pretty technical controls and low visibility. Hopefully will kick start my brain into orienteering mode for the upcoming Highlander.

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