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Training Log Archive: Charlie

In the 7 days ending Jun 10, 2006:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 13:00:00 27.96(27:54) 45.0(17:20)
  cycling1 1:50:41 28.2(3:55) 45.38(2:26)
  Rowing Machine1 30:00 4.27(7:02) 6.87(4:22)
  Total3 15:20:41 60.43(15:14) 97.25(9:28)

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Saturday Jun 10, 2006 #

Orienteering 13:00:00 [2] 45.0 km (17:20 / km)

First 13 hours of Allegany SP Rogaine, with J-J. Generally pretty satisfactory, and 1,170 pts to that point. Had cleaned up the western side and started on the southern. One particularly discouraging trudge down a stream bed in the dark, including much tripping over deadfall and losing a shoe in the muck, but seeing just the tip of it and being able to fish it out. Very compatible in terms of fitness and energy (and otherwise as well). Knee hurt almost immediately, and throughout. About 5 hours in started having trouble with hamstring cramps, but they went away after about an hour, and weren't a problem again.

Friday Jun 9, 2006 #

(rest day)

As the day before the rogaine, this qualifies as a "rest day", as opposed to other days, like yesterday, when I just don't get around to any exercise!

Wednesday Jun 7, 2006 #

Rowing Machine 30:00 [3] 6.87 km (4:22 / km)

Monday Jun 5, 2006 #

cycling 1:50:41 [3] 28.2 mi (3:55 / mi)

Pleasant Valley to Sandy Brook to 183 to Sandisfield line and back. Rather pleasant, and not too much neck tightness. This is about the current threshold for the neck, though. No RAAM for me. Quad felt ok where I bruised it yesterday, better than trying to walk on it.

Sunday Jun 4, 2006 #


Golf at Tunxis with Tom N and the boys. First 18 of the year, and not too bad on balance. Some good drives, some good short irons. One birdie. Golf involves the occasional bad luck. On the 12th I hit a very nice looking wedge pin high and about 15' right, coming down on the fringe, which sloped toward the hole. Unfortunately, I hit a sprinkler head, which resulted in a hard bounce right down a hill and into a pond. After some more mischief, carded a 7, when a birdie had looked so within reach.

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