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Training Log Archive: bishop22

In the 7 days ending May 15, 2006:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running5 3:14:57 24.2(8:03) 38.94(5:00)
  Orienteering1 1:28:27 6.04(14:38) 9.73(9:06)22 /25c88%
  Swimming1 39:08 1.08(36:14) 1.74(22:31)
  Golfing1 9:00
  Total6 5:31:32 31.32 50.4122 /25c88%
averages - sleep:6.6 rhr:42 weight:166.8lbs

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Monday May 15, 2006 #

Swimming 39:08 [3] 1.08 mi (36:14 / mi)
rhr:40 slept:6.25 weight:168lbs

4:02/8:04
1:30,29,31,0,2,0,0 (on 1:50)
3:29,24

Sunday May 14, 2006 #

Running 27:37 [2] 3.34 mi (8:16 / mi)
slept:7.0 weight:168lbs

Golfing 9:00 [1]

42 on the front - not bad for the first time out this year (especially when I was 1-over after 5). Of course, the 6 one-putts masked my pathetic work off the tee.

The powers that be seem to have massacred the 5th hole. All of the pines that served as the backdrop for this signature par-3 were removed, except 2 at each corner. Why don't they go ahead and fill in the donut-shaped bunker in front, to finish the mutilation. Here is what is used to look like: http://maps.google.com/maps?t=h&om=1&ll=43.157893,...

Saturday May 13, 2006 #

Running race 20:21 [5] 5.0 km (4:04 / km)

Run for the Young. Nate got out a step ahead of me, but then we settled in together for the first mile, when we caught Megan. I took a couple of tangents to get a few steps on them early in the 2nd mile, and slowly opened a bit of a lead. With about a half to go, I turned around to cheer for Nate a bit, and Megan dropped off the pace. I gave a couple more shouts of encouragement on the way to the finish, and got in 7 seconds ahead of Nate.

Splits: 6:17, 12:49
Not a bad race, considering I've done absolutely no speed training. I hope to get to the track with Nate at the end of the month, after his lax season ends.

Running warm up/down 23:00 [2] 2.71 mi (8:29 / mi)

Warmed up a little longer than planned - trying to figure out Zach's 1-mile fun run course (I was following arrows in the road, but they must have been for another race). That was good for me, getting nice and loose and all, but the time pressure was not good - got to the start with only about a minute to spare - no time to grab a drink.

Orienteering race 49:46 [4] *** 3.5 km (14:13 / km)
spiked:14/17c

Long Orange course at the ROC meet at Irondequoit Bay West. Choked on my first local meet of the season, after being out of town for the first 3. I made a 7-minute error on C10 and lost by 2 minutes. There was plenty of climb and my legs were a little heavy from the 5K in the morning, but I was navigating fairly well (well, other than 2 45-60 second mistakes), until I tried to get cute and avoid some climb heading to C10. Got myself turned around, and couldn't relocate until I had run to a stream, and followed a trail a ways to familiar territory. Saw Pavel leaving C11 ahead of me, and he had started after me, so I tried to focus and run hard the rest of the way.

Running warm up/down 5:00 [2] 0.59 mi (8:28 / mi)

Just a quick warm-up after working the start / finish for 1.5 hours.

Orienteering 38:41 [2] *** 3.87 mi (10:00 / mi)
spiked:8/8c

Flag pick-up.

Thursday May 11, 2006 #

Running 30:40 [2] 3.68 mi (8:20 / mi)
slept:6.0 weight:166lbs

Easy run - Ford St - Andrews.

Wednesday May 10, 2006 #

Running tempo 27:44 [4] 3.85 mi (7:12 / mi)
rhr:43 slept:6.5 weight:166lbs

Beautiful day, but I had a tight schedule, so I ran sort of hard, since it had to be short.
East-Culver-Park
6:26 (7:35 pace)
12:49 (7:18)
20:33 (7:08)
27:44 (6:47)

Tuesday May 9, 2006 #

Running 1:00:35 [2] 6.92 mi (8:45 / mi)
slept:7.0 weight:166lbs

Ran (mostly trails) at Mendon Ponds on the way back from Nate's lax game in Honeoye Falls. Nice to run easy for an hour, and have it actually be easy to do. No way I'll be under 20 in Saturday's 5K, but it seems I am orienteering myself into reasonable running shape.

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