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Training Log Archive: cmorse

In the 7 days ending Feb 19, 2006:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Trail Run - Long / Easy1 1:41:19 12.02(8:26) 19.35(5:14) 51520.3
  Orienteering1 39:25 2.95(13:21) 4.75(8:18) 1208c7.9
  Exercises (various)1 10:001.0
  Total2 2:30:44 14.98 24.1 6358c29.1
averages - sleep:8.5 rhr:42 weight:170lbs

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Saturday Feb 18, 2006 #

Trail Run - Long / Easy long (airport + sampler) 1:41:19 [2] 19.35 km (5:14 / km) +515m 4:37 / km
ahr:134 max:156 rhr:42 slept:8.5 weight:170lbs shoes: Adidas Response Trail XI

w/ Ken Clark - up over soapstone, ken stopped to fix something saying he'd catch up, but never did - passed him coming back, out sykes to rt 83, then back - 65min - then did sampler in reverse. Near whiteout squall while on sampler.

Concentrated on good running form uphills - I tend to bend forward which restricts breathing, so forced myself to run upright. Also lost 5# in 100 minutes even in cold weather - need to drink a bottle every 20-30 minutes to stay properly hydrated - likely not achievable (for me), but emphasizes that I need to pre-hydrate and drink whenever possible during run - even on runs less than an hour...

Good to get long one after abyssmal week last week.

Wednesday Feb 15, 2006 #

Orienteering (98 Troll Cup Br1) 39:25 [2] *** 4.75 km (8:18 / km) +120m 7:22 / km
ahr:128 max:174 8c shoes: Salomon XA Pro

Mid 50's, sunny - 18-20" snowpack down to about 3" of slushy slop. Should be gone by Friday.

Took Peter's advice to work on running on bearing. Took bearing for each leg, then ran on compass only. Only problem with this exercise is that legs inevitably went through crap I normally avoid - swamps, thick vegetation etc. For the most part wound up within 10-15m of control. Most serious drifting occurred contouring up hillsides.

Not much energy today, lots of wheezing, glad I picked a Brown course.

Exercises (various) 10:00 [1]

random stretches & such while boys were playing outside.

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