Monthly Ranger Training Logs, 2019

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Monthly Ranger Training Logs, 2019

Postby SierraStrider » Fri Oct 04, 2019 7:04 am

Hey, all.

I originally found this forum searching around the internet in pursuit of a dream: To emulate the run of the 3 hunters, five and forty leagues ere the fourth day has ended--135 miles, on foot, in less than four days, over rough terrain, with passable Strider kit.

I have never given up on that dream. Now, yet another year looms on the horizon--yet another chance. My kit is coming together and late February of 2020 has a crescent moon--the exact conditions of the documented run.

All that remains to be brought up to snuff is me. In that interest, I'm planning to post monthly updates on my physical training here. I invite and encourage others to do the same, if they so wish. This isn't a competition of any sort, just an incentive and motivation for those who want it. Like it or not, bragging just a bit can be helpful in keeping focused on goals. So, rangers, let the Wingfoot challenge begin!
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Re: Monthly Ranger Training Logs, 2019

Postby SierraStrider » Fri Oct 04, 2019 7:15 am

September 2019: Ran 24 miles over eight sessions. Average pace of 8 min./mile.

Mostly ran in modern exercise clothing, since I was running in town while travelling for work. Bought some minimalist zero-drop running shoes to simulate historical, heelless boots. Cardio improving markedly, may try to push from 5km to 5 miles per run.
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Re: Monthly Ranger Training Logs, 2019

Postby TaylorSteiner » Fri Oct 04, 2019 1:29 pm

Really awesome! Good luck with this :mrgreen:
Still, I wonder if we shall ever be put into songs or tales.

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