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Training Log: TomN

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Road running4 2:41:29 18.4(8:47) 29.61(5:27)
  Cycling2 1:31:45 44.0(2:05) 70.81(1:18)
  Map Walk1 40:00 1.24(32:11) 2.0(20:00)
  Total6 4:53:14 63.64(4:36) 102.42(2:52)
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Wednesday Mar 1 #

Road running 49:59 [3] 5.8 mi (8:37 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 15

Summer continues with a warm and humid day. The GSFC perimeter road again, with the loop around the antenna range this time.

Tuesday Feb 28 #

Road running 38:00 [3] 4.3 mi (8:50 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 15

GSFC Perimeter Road at noon. Summery days in February are practically routine.

Sunday Feb 26 #

Map Walk 40:00 [3] 2.0 km (20:00 / km)
shoes: Roclite 280-2015

I started the Red course, but my heart wasn't in it. Nor my head. I watched 2 people run through #1 and I still couldn't find it, but when the 3rd person ran out I got the vector. Same on #3, two people right near me, gone in an instant. I wandered the hills for a while, seeing interesting features I couldn't find on the map. A new guy ran through. I was cold, and had had enough.

Control pickup went fine.

Saturday Feb 25 #

Road running 35:38 [3] 4.0 mi (8:55 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 15

4-mile loop starting about 11 a.m. It was a struggle. My legs were dead wood. I guess the 84-mile week caught up with me.

Friday Feb 24 #

Cycling 1:30:00 [3] 22.0 mi (4:05 / mi)

And the ride back into work this morning. A colleague at work started these monthly rides last fall. We didn't have one in January or February, and this one is really the March ride a week early (to take advantage of the weather).

I met three others at 38th St. & NW Branch. Two came from downtown DC, and the other guy and I came down the Sligo Creek trail and joined the NW Branch near the West Hyattsville metro. We rode separately, but arrived at 38th St. within a couple minutes of each other. Then it was about 40 min to Greenbelt in a group of 4. We all work in the same building.

This may have been the last "First Friday" ride. The organizer is moving to Boulder to work at NOAA. Hopefully there will still be climate science in the next few years.

Thursday Feb 23 #

Road running 37:52 [3] 4.3 mi (8:48 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 15

Another run at noon. Warmer today. Tried to keep a slow pace because I'm riding home later.

Two butterflies this run: a polygonia and something else, smaller, that flew up into a tree so I couldn't see it. The polygonia was not faded at all but it probably hatched last fall.

Cycling 1:45 [3] 22.0 mi (5 / mi)

I put my bike in the car this morning and rode it home this afternoon. Left around 4:15 and there was still some light at 6. T-shirt and shorts the whole way. It was in the 70s when I left and dropped about 10 degrees by the time I got home.

Wow, was I depleted. Almost too tired to eat, but shoveling in food is mandatory, even if it's not fun. Not enough test cases, but doing the same ride in the morning seems so much easier than in the afternoon. Maybe it was the run earlier today. Home is a slightly higher elevation than work, but not enough to make a real difference.

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