Flotte treningsforhold i Trondheim
Det er for tiden flotte treningsforhold i Trondheim. I forrige uke var det mildt, og det meste av snøen nærmest byen smeltet. I Bymarka er det derimot fortsatt fine skiforhold. Søndag gikk vi først klassisk langtur i Bymarka, før vi dro rett til Lade og løp sprint-o. Med isklister i bunn hadde vi godt feste hele skituren, og på Lade var det nesten helt bart og kun litt is på stiene.
I går var det som vanlig på mandag morgen Wing-trening med fokus på løsteknikk, styrke og spenst. På kvelden var jeg på ski i Granåsen, og der var glimrende forhold for skøyting. Skarpt føre og så god glid av det var bare var å danse opp bakkene.
Wing hadde 3 økter med løping på banen i Leangen-hallen forrige uke. Onsdag var det som vanlig intervaller, fredag hurtighet og lørdag en slags distanse-økt der vi løp to 3000 metere. Den første 3000 meteren var ganske lett (tid 9.26), mens den siste gikk i jevnt høy fart (8.46), uten at jeg tok ut det siste. Jeg er heldig som bor et sted med innendørs løpebane, så jeg får trent løping i høy fart på fast underlag hele vinteren.
Posted on 17 Jan 2006 by Øystein
Trenignen flyter bra for tiden
Siden midten av november har jeg fått trent som ønsket og planlagt. Jeg er ikke så opptatt av timer, og planlegger ikke treningen ut fra det. Jeg fordeler de viktige øktene utover uka, og fyller på med det som passer inn i mellom de. Det har likvel blitt 15 – 20 timer i uka, fordelt på stort sett 12 økter. Hvis jeg skal beholde overskudd så jeg får gjennomført de viktige øktene med ønsket kvalitet tror jeg ikke det lurt å trene så mye mer enn jeg gjør nå. Den rolig treningen min er for det meste ganske rolig, og jeg har et klart skille mellom hard og rolig trening. Trener knapt på moderat intensitet.
Posted on 16 Jan 2006 by Øystein
Maps from Madeira
At Madeira last week we were training on map once a day. The maps were in the mountains, on height between 1200 and 1500 meter above sees level. In Funchal where we lived near the coast it was 15 - 20 C and nice weather, but in the mountains it was quite cold and some fog and rain. But the maps were good, and we got nice trainings in different types of terrain. The other sessions we had were from where we lived I Funchal. We were also running on a track one afternoon.
The last day we were walking to the highest peak at Madeira, who was 1862 m. It was a nice walk in wonderful nature, and we got a lot of good photos
who is worth a look.
You can find all the maps from Madeira on the page with maps from trainings 2006
Posted on 12 Jan 2006 by Øystein
Pictures from training and holiday at Madeira 2nd to 9th January
Last week I was at the Portuguese Island Madeira together with the Wing-runners and friends Stig Alvestad, Per Arne Troset, Elise Egseth, Lene Bergersen and Tore Bjørseth Berdal. We had a nice holiday, with a lot of different training, both on maps in the mountains and running along the coast where we lived in Funchal.
from the trip are already on web, and soon the maps will also be available.
Posted on 11 Jan 2006 by Øystein
Tildelt Olympiatoppens Utviklingsstipend
Mens jeg var på Madeira i forrige uke fikk jeg beskjed om at jeg er tildelt Olympiatoppens Utviklingsstipend på kr 50.000. Det er det samme stipendet som jeg også fikk sist sesong. Stipendet skal hjelpe til å dekke utgifter i forbindelse med idretten, og gir også tilgang til enkelte av Olympiatoppens tjenester. Holger Hott Johansen og Anne Margrethe Hausken får A-stipend på kr 100.000, mens det blir B-stipend, som også er på kr 50.000, til Øystein Kristiansen og Marianne Andersen.Info om Olympiatoppens støtteordninger
Posted on 10 Jan 2006 by Øystein
Training and holiday at Madeira 2nd to 9th January
Tomorrow I’m going to the Portuguese Island Madeira for a week. I'm traveling together with the Wing-runners and friends Stig Alvestad, Per Arne Troset, Elise Egseth and Lene Bergersen.
We are going to stay in Funchal, the biggest city on the south side of the Island. There it will hopefully be nice weather and the temperature should be around 15 - 20 degrees.
It’s quite hilly at Madeira, and the highest peak is more than 1800 m. The terrain shall be good for running and there are some orienteering-maps. The last weekend in January the Orienteering Club at Madeira
are organizing a World Ranking Event
. In connection to that they are organizing a training camp at these maps
, and here are some more maps
I think it will be a nice week, and after we are back in Trondheim I will present pictures and maps from the trip.
Posted on 01 Jan 2006 by Øystein
Easier training at Christmas, and ready for the New Year
Since I came home from PWT in China in the middle of November I have trained two sessions almost every day. The training has been stable and quite tough, without any easier period. The plan was to take it quite easy the week between Christmas and the New Year, so that I can start the training in the New Year totally rested.
When I waked up at Christmas Eve I felt I had got a cold and didn’t felt so good in my throat. So this year I didn’t train on Christmas Eve for the first time for as long as I can remember. I also rested on Christmas Day, but after that I have been training as planed. Maybe it was good for me to be forced to take to days complete off training.
Posted on 30 Dec 2005 by Øystein
End of a long season in 2005
For most orienteers the season is at an end in October, but for me it was lasting a bit longer because I took part in Park World Tour in China the first two weeks in November. I have now ended my list of competitions this season, and given score for my performance in each race. I have also figured out how many races I ran on the different distances.
Maps from all the competitions are on web, and you can find them through “Maps” in the menu to the left or directly through this links:
Maps from spring
Posted on 23 Dec 2005 by Øystein
Training and exam-period
In December it’s exam-period at NTNU in Trondheim. I have therefore tried to focus on school-work, and it hasn’t been so many updates on this page since I came home from PWT in China. Last week I was both training and studying quite well, and most days were like this: Wake up, breakfast, training (skiing), lunch, studying, dinner, studying, training (running or strength), eating, and then to bed…
Yesterday I had my last exam, so no its Christmas holiday. I am studying for a master in computer technology. The study takes five years at full progression, but the last years I have been studying 50 or 75 %. I’m now studying for my sixth year, and this summer I hope to have finished the first four years. I spend much time traveling to orienteering-competitions and training-camps, and when I’m at home it’s enough to do at school anyway if I shall have time to train and rest as much as I want.
As I wrote two weeks ago Wing had a local training-camp in Trondheim the first weekend in December. You can see the map from the sprint-training to the right. Since I came home from China it has been ski-conditions in Trondheim, but the last days it has been raining a lot and now almost all the snow is melted. That means it is good conditions for running in the forest at the moment, and I shall try to train more orienteering with maps the next days.
Posted on 13 Dec 2005 by Øystein
Nominated for Orienteer of the Year 2005
has nominated 10 men and 10 women for the title Orienteer of the Year 2005
. In my opinion there are to clear favorites among the men, who also were the two best in the overall World Cup this year; Andrei Khramov and Thierry Gueorgiou. Among the women I think it will be difficult to challenge Simone Niggli Luder. But it’s of course up to you who you want to give your vote.
You have to subscribe for Orienteering Today to vote. So if you don't subscribe yet, I will recommend you to do it now. It's a great magazine, and you can subscribe online and pay with Visa-card
or through your national agent
Posted on 03 Dec 2005 by Øystein
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