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Training Log Archive: bill_l

In the 1 days ending May 17, 2007:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Terrain1 49:06 2.7 4.3527 /28c96%136.4
  Walking1 30:00 1.7(17:39) 2.74(10:58)60.0
  Total1 1:19:06 4.4 7.0927 /28c96%196.4
averages - sleep:16 weight:171lbs

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Thursday May 17, 2007 #

Terrain warm up/down 15:00 [2]
slept:8.0 weight:171lbs shoes: ASICS

Mix of grass and asphalt.

Terrain race 12:01 [4] *** 2.3 km (5:13 / km)
max:150 spiked:10/11c slept:8.0 Third Thursday Adventure Series Sprint #1.

Came in second behind Eric @ 10:25 I think.

A good run. Slight bobble at 1st control, ran past it about 10m.

Right ham/glute is still acting up.

Terrain race 12:05 [4] *** 2.05 km (5:54 / km)
spiked:17/17c shoes: ASICS

Sprint #2

Interesting format with an Ultra Sprint on a 1:1k map for the last 6 controls. Start time handicapped based on finish time of the first sprint. I was last out of the start, so to win I would have needed to catch and pass the rest of the runners. Very hard to do with the short legs of a sprint and even more so with the ultra short legs of the ultra sprint. Basically, someone has to be really slow or make a mistake. The lead runner made a mistake finding the last control that cost him the lead to the runner I was trailing. I made a bad route choice to the last control for about a 15 second hit. I'm not sure the distance to the finish from the last control was long enough to make up for being the last to punch behind a couple others anyway.?.? It was a lot of fun though and good experience changing from a 1:5k to a 1:1k in the middle of the event. Especially after my map change problems at the last 3rd Thursday.

Finished 4th.

Glute/ham pain was pretty pronounced by the end of the run. Ice and naproxen when I get home.

Terrain 10:00 [1]
shoes: ASICS

control pick-up

Walking 30:00 [2] 1.7 mi (17:39 / mi)
shoes: ASICS

Evening walk. Try to keep the ham/glute loose.

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