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Training Log Archive: Spike

In the 7 days ending Mar 27, 2015:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  running3 2:00:00240.0
  cycling2 1:40:00100.0
  orienteering2 1:14:45 3.42 5.539c299.0
  rowing1 20:0020.0
  Total5 5:14:45 3.42 5.539c659.0

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Friday Mar 27, 2015 #

4 PM

running 10:00 [2]

Warm up jog.

orienteering race 23:06 [4] ***

Sprint orienteering at Moorehead State campus. Fun course with lots of controls. I almost got trapped by an uncrossable wall under the line between two controls but a quick second look saved me from that.

Near the end I did something to my right leg - hope it'll be ok for the rest of the weekend.


Wednesday Mar 25, 2015 #

cycling 55:00 [1]

Work commute plus a bit (related to the cleaner locking us out of our house).

Busy evening with laundry, cooking dinner and packing.


Monday Mar 23, 2015 #

cycling 45:00 [1]

Work commute.

I listened to a strange podcast at my desk today:

I've been listening to a few sound-art recordings/podcasts. They can be really interesting. They can also be kind of strange.

rowing 20:00 [1]

Row, row.



I also discovered that yesterday was the 30th anniversary of one of my all time favorite movies:

Sunday Mar 22, 2015 #

running 20:00 [2]

Putting out the last few markers at Woodridge.

orienteering race 51:39 [4] *** 5.5 km (9:23 / km)

Red course that Gene set at Woodridge. This was physically pretty tough (my watch showed 183 meters of climb). It didn't help that I slept poorly last night and the weather was warm and sunny. It also didn't help that I didn't seem to have motivation to push.


running 40:00 [2]

Picking up controls. I was tired. I was slow.

I made it back in time to get home soon after the basketball game (KU-WSU) started. Not shocked (pun intentional) that KU lost, but shocked that they were so far out of it.


Saturday Mar 21, 2015 #

running 50:00 [2]

Putting out controls for tomorrow's event at Woodridge. Mary, Kevin/Steph, and Grace helped. It wasn't much work.

As we were getting ready to head out, one of the campers dropped by and asked if we were orienteering. She'd orienteered once - at the PTOC event at Hodge Park a couple of weeks ago. Unfortunately, she wouldn't be around for tomorrow's event, but I gave her a couple of Woodridge maps. Maybe she'll walk around an look at the map a bit.

I ran through an area that had been recently burned. Fortunately, my new shoes didn't get ash-coated.


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