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Training Log Archive: L-Jackson

In the 7 days ending May 8, 2010:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling - Spinning1 50:00
  Orienteering1 45:00 2.73(16:28) 4.4(10:14)10 /14c71%
  Elliptical1 35:00
  Total3 2:10:00 2.73 4.410 /14c71%

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Saturday May 8, 2010 #

Orienteering 45:00 [3] *** 4.4 km (10:14 / km)
spiked:10/14c shoes: Mudclaw O+340

WCOC A-meet Ansonia - Left feeling a bit unsatisfied with my results having some medium sized errors on 3 of the controls. Most were due to uncertainty with the distance I had run on the leg and really made me realize that it was high time I added at least some rudimentary pace counting to my toolbox. Also, felt a bit slow on the hills. The event, course, map, etc were quite nice - my only complaint was I thought there should have been more distinct veg boundaries marked on the map. Whenever I came to an area that transitioned from almost all hardwoods to all pines, I looked a the map for some marking, but found none....

As mediocre as I thought I did, my ranking score was higher than normal - probably as result of several Reds running up for the WRE.

Tuesday May 4, 2010 #

Elliptical 35:00 [3]
shoes: PI Syncro Seek II


Neck is feeling a little better and almost worthy of coming off the injury list. Unfortunately there is still some pain after quite a few weeks, so I will keep it on.

Monday May 3, 2010 #

Cycling - Spinning 50:00 [3]

Back to the normal instructor - so it was a decent workout, but not as good as it could have been. For me the key to these spinning classes is the coordination between the music and the 'set' she may be running. Unfortunately, in this class there is no coordination, so the music is worthless as a motivator. That and she played some Dragon Force - which didn't help either.

On the brighter side, she quizzes us throughout the class on the musical artists, and I managed to score on the question where she offered free coffee. Lets just say I was embarrassed that I knew the song and artist, but at the same time thankful for 1980's MTV.

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