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Training Log Archive: bishop22

In the 7 days ending Jun 17, 2006:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 2:56:10 6.21(28:21) 10.0(17:37)11 /14c78%
  Running3 1:51:18 14.86(7:29) 23.91(4:39)
  Swimming1 33:44 0.91(37:03) 1.47(23:02)
  Golfing2 27:00
  Total6 5:48:12 21.98 35.3811 /14c78%
averages - sleep:6.5 rhr:42 weight:168.2lbs

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Saturday Jun 17, 2006 #

Golfing 9:00 [1]

43 - the hard way. A sandy on 1, but missed a 4' putt for another attempted sand save on 2. In all, hit 4 traps and missed 4 putts of 4' or less on the first 6 holes, before a minor rally with a par on 7 and bird on 8.

Friday Jun 16, 2006 #

Swimming 33:44 [3] 0.91 mi (37:03 / mi)
rhr:43 slept:6.5 weight:167lbs

Hip still sore walking around - hopefully I can ignore it for the local meet on Sunday. Nate wants to skip a soccer tournament game to run there.

Tomorrow may be a rest day - especially given 6 soccer games for the kids, and the hope of getting 18 in, in the late afternoon.

Finally made it over for a swim at 4pm. Tough swimming after laying off for so long.
1:32,4,2,2,3 (on 2)

On the way back lines had already formed at several locations for whatever Jazz Festival activities are scheduled for tonight. Earlier in the festival they had Woody Allen doing some jazz performance with somebody - I thought it was just a joke when I heard about it, and I guess the local reviewer thought it was a joke when he heard it - perhaps Woody should stick to playing with little girls instead of music.

Thursday Jun 15, 2006 #

Running 43:59 [3] 6.03 mi (7:18 / mi)
rhr:42 slept:6.5

Great turnout at GTA this AM: Scott, Frank, Howie, Erik, 3 Flying V's, Vinnie, Lawrence, and Darren. But no Gil yet.

Friendly early pace (7:30) with some Rogaine talk, since 4 of us had participated, then we gradually picked it up along Highland from Edgemere to Goodman (average pace = 6:33 for the 1.14+ mile stretch), then it was thru Highland Park with some brief uphill pick-ups, and on thru the neighborhhod streets with some more gradual pick-ups, when my hip started barking too loudly to ignore, so I backed off for the rest of the run. Here's my full route.

Running warm up/down 6:40 [2] 0.73 mi (9:08 / mi)

Easy warm-down around Erik's neighborhood, since I missed the left turn onto Highland that the group took to tack on a few minutes.

Golfing 18:00 [1]

Shot 43 for the league. Gave away several strokes around the greens - no surprise with the lack of playing. It was a beautiful night and I had time, so I played the back - should have quit while I was even. Opened with 7-9-6 (vs. 5-4-3) due to a sudden hook that put 2 OB on 11 and 1 lost on 12. Recovered after that, but finished with a double on 18 for a very painful 94. First time over 50 for 9 at PCC in a while, perhaps since my rookie year.

Wednesday Jun 14, 2006 #

Running 28:23 [3] 4.0 mi (7:06 / mi)
rhr:40 slept:8.0 weight:168lbs

E-C-P with Scott, who is working at Xerox for a few days. Hip got more sore as the run went on, so I had to back off a bit, otherwise we would have made sub-28.
missed (under 6:40)

Tuesday Jun 13, 2006 #

Running 32:16 [2] 4.1 mi (7:52 / mi)
rhr:43 slept:6.5 weight:170lbs

Ran out Main almost to Culver, up to Parsells, then thru the Public Market - Union - Ontario - Scio. Felt fine early and picked it up to 7:20 pace after 1.5 miles, but this afternoon my hip was pretty sore.

Orienteering 34:00 [2] *** 2.5 km (13:36 / km)

Since Chelsea's soccer game was at Basil Marella park, I brought Zach along, and we ran part of a 2003 score-o map while Chelsea's team was warming up. We alternated leading to control sites.

Then we watched Chelsea's team destroy the despised Greece team (who had knocked 2 Webster players out of the previous game - 1 left via ambulance, and whose antics caused a game last year to be halted), 8-2. The lowlight of this match was the opposing goalie shoving Hannah in the face after it became 6-2.

Monday Jun 12, 2006 #

slept:6.75 weight:168lbs (rest day)

Meant to swim at lunchtime, but had to work thru...

Sunday Jun 11, 2006 #

Orienteering race 2:22:10 [3] *** 7.5 km (18:57 / km)
spiked:3/5c slept:5.0

Since we wanted to keep it under 3 hours, we couldn't quite make it out to the NE 80-pointer, so there was really only 1 option, a quick 5 control loop worth 210 points. We ran it fairly cleanly - just popped thru the pines too far left on the first control, and cut in to a spur too early at the last control, which confused us for a minute.

Not a bad performance given our long break and early finish - we beat about 1/3 of the open men's teams.

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