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Training Log Archive: jjcote

In the 7 days ending May 19, 2007:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hiking1 1:30:00 2.5(36:00) 4.02(22:22) 178
  Running in terrain1 1:16:09
  Orienteering1 37:42 2.82(13:22) 4.54(8:18)10 /16c62%
  Unicycle rollers1 20:48
  Road running1 11:46 1.25(9:25) 2.01(5:51)
  Sit-ups7 10:30
  Push-ups7 5:15
  Pull-ups7 1:10
  Total7 4:13:20 6.57 10.57 17810 /16c62%

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Saturday May 19, 2007 #

Event: Billygoat
 

Push-ups 45 [5]

Sit-ups 1:30 [5]

Pull-ups 10 [5]

Orienteering race 20:11 [3] *** 2.28 km (8:51 / km)
spiked:4/8c shoes: VJ Falcons #1

Sprint 1 at the BG Sprints, Camp Pinnacle. Ugh. Somewhat rainy, very sloppy. Tried taking woods routes, in part to see what the woods were like so I'd know for tomorrow, but they were a little thick and decidedly wet, and I did a poor job of keeping a good line through them.

Orienteering race 17:31 [4] *** 2.26 km (7:45 / km)
spiked:6/8c shoes: VJ Falcons #1

Sprint #2 at the BG Sprints, Camp Pinnacle. Bad compass work on #2 and #3 caused slight misses, but then I settled down and the rest was fine.

Friday May 18, 2007 #

Push-ups 45 [5]

Sit-ups 1:30 [5]

Pull-ups 10 [5]

Thursday May 17, 2007 #

Pull-ups 10 [5]

Sit-ups 1:30 [5]

Push-ups 45 [5]

Unicycle rollers 20:48 [1]

Wanted to do something today, and by the time I got around to it, this was all I could get up the motivation for. I'm, uh, tapering for the Billygoat. Yeah, that's it. Anyway, it seems like maybe the eccentricity problem on the rollers has gotten worse, because it looked like the axle was rocking back and forth to the tune of nearly an inch (which, needless to say, didn't make riding easy). Some of that may have been due to the tire needing a bit of air, which made it bouncier than it should have been. I can detect a bit of unevenness in the rear rollers when I spin them and hold a thumbnail against them, but it's surprising how much that translates to in terms of the effect of a wheel that's rolling on them (although if I sat down and did the math, it probably wouldn't be so surprising).

Wednesday May 16, 2007 #

Note

I was signed up for a CSU sprint event tonight, but the mass start was scheduled for right about when a nasty line of thunderstorms swept through the area, and I didn't need an orienteering fix bad enough to go out in pounding rain at <50F. So I skipped it. I'll be interested to see how many people (if any!) actually showed up.

Pull-ups 10 [5]

Push-ups 45 [5]

Sit-ups 1:30 [5]

Tuesday May 15, 2007 #

Running in terrain 1:16:09 [2]

Trails on Throne Hill with Nancy and Stephen, letting him lead the way and set the pace. We were moving along at a pretty good clip for a while, then gradually tapered to a walk, as he got more and more interested in which way the car was. Didn't have a trail map with us (if such a thing even exists), and after starting at the top of Rockwood, we wound up down at Vose.

Road running 11:46 [3] 1.25 mi (9:25 / mi)

Running back to the car, then picked up Nancy and Stephen who were walking back (and had made it a good fraction of the way).

Push-ups 45 [5]

Sit-ups 1:30 [5]

Pull-ups 10 [5]

Monday May 14, 2007 #

Push-ups 45 [5]

Sit-ups 1:30 [5]

Pull-ups 10 [5]

Sunday May 13, 2007 #

Hiking 1:30:00 [1] 2.5 mi (36:00 / mi) +178m 29:29 / mi

Climbed Mt. Watatic with Nancy, Stephen, Rachel, and Nicole.

Pull-ups 10 [5]

Push-ups 45 [5]

Sit-ups 1:30 [5]

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