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Training Log: TomN

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Road running3 1:47:12 12.3(8:43) 19.79(5:25)
  Orienteering1 54:54 2.55(21:33) 4.1(13:23) 1509 /11c81%
  Core strength1 8:00
  Total4 2:50:06 14.85 23.89 1509 /11c81%
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Friday Jan 20 #

Road running 35:00 [3] 4.0 mi (8:45 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 15

I beat the rain this morning.

Core strength 8:00 [3]

The Daily Challenge has passed me by. Numbers in parens are what we're supposed to be doing.
Pushups: 25 (40)
One-legged toe touches (per leg): 30 (40)
Squats: 40 (50)
Wall sit: 2:45 (3:00)
Plank: 0 (2:00)
Figure 8s: 30

Thursday Jan 19 #

Road running 37:20 [3] 4.3 mi (8:41 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 15

Goddard perimeter road at noon.

Wednesday Jan 18 #

Road running 34:52 [3] 4.0 mi (8:43 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 15

Rain is done for a day, temperature near 50 this morning. I let go on the downhills. It felt really fine to be out and striding.

Tuesday Jan 17 #

Note

I got a tick. It must have been there since Sunday. It was a rather difficult extraction. A brown dog tick, I believe.

Sunday Jan 15 #

Orienteering race 54:54 [5] *** 4.1 km (13:23 / km) +150m 11:19 / km
spiked:9/11c shoes: Icebug olx 2nd

Georgia Navigator Cup Day 2 Brown. I was first in my age group both days, also first overall on Brown, but I'm not happy with my performance. Today, two 5-min errors, so easily avoided! In both cases, I had a solid plan and was right on route when I was distracted by a control not on my course, thinking it was what I was going for. If I had just stopped and checked what direction it was in, I would have been able to ignore it. But instead I assumed it was right and I was wrong (and lucky!). Both times, I couldn't guess the control's actual location on the map after I got there, so I backtracked to relocate, and eventually got back on the originally planned route, losing 5 min in the process.

Like yesterday, the woods were fast and open, great for running. And yeah, I ran. It's clear that I lose some cognition when I go fast. My thinking gets muddled, and what's insidious about it is I'm too impaired to even be aware there's a problem. In fact, running fast is kind of euphoric, so I don't sense the danger.

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