Road run 44:00  5.7 mi (7:43 / mi)
running to work. I tried to convince Boris this weekend that I am capable of getting up early in the morning to do workouts before work. Day 1 of this plan has been a bit of a failure :)
I did not wake up early enough to do a real workout. I did get up sort of early for me, and thus I was able to get my crunches and situps in as well as an extra lap of the reservoir. We'll see what tomorrow brings on the wake-up meter :)
Road run 55:00  7.4 mi (7:26 / mi)
a crepuscular commute as I left work and wandered my way home. I went straight home except for getting lost a couple of times around the reservoir. was torn between wanting to run an extra lap and wanting to eat dinner... eventually I convinced myself that I should be taking it easy this week in preparation for the upcoming weekend (read: chili > running).
Liked this snippet from Hammer's post about the Team France conjugal visit.
"2) A lot of orienteers know where they were 30 seconds ago or where they are right now. It's better to be visualizing where you're going to be in 30-60 seconds."
I wonder if this method could be effectively added to my style of orienteering. If I had to define my style of orienteering in a few words, right now it would read something like this " run faster, figure it out when you get there".... sort of the opposite from Theirry's ideal.