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Training Log: Nadim

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running3 1:38:49 11.17(8:51) 17.98(5:30) 9
  Hiking1 1:02:00 1.75(35:26) 2.82(22:01)
  Orienteering1 17:05 1.62(10:34) 2.6(6:34) 10
  Total4 2:57:54 14.54(12:14) 23.39(7:36) 19
averages - sleep:7.6
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Friday Jun 23 #

10 AM

Running warm up/down (Street & Trail) 9:00 [3] 0.9 mi (10:00 / mi)
slept:7.0

Boise, ID; warmup from Boise State University campus, to E. Julia Davis Park and back, then some loops near the start of the US Orienteering Sprint Championship.

Orienteering (Foot) 17:05 [4] 2.6 km (6:34 / km) +10m 6:27 / km

2017 Gold Rush Meet and USA SML Championships at the Boise State University campus. I ran a fairly clean race but I just wasn't moving fast enough. One of my worst legs was out of the start when I almost missed going to #1--it was just about in line with #2. I may have lost some seconds for hesitation getting through the tennis courts the first time and I took a slightly longer than necessary route to #14. I was slowing mentally on the last 2-3 controls which lost me more seconds. Others could say the same or worse. JP Ingebritsen, Tom Overbaugh, and Tapio all beat me within about 45 seconds.

It was a fun and straight forward race. Several joined for lunch downtown and the Hession's joined us for a stop at a science exhibition. The longish drive to Stanley came afterward--it was capped off by awesome views of the Sawtooth Mountains and dinner with friends.

Thursday Jun 22 #

Hiking (Street & Trail) 1:02:00 [1] 1.75 mi (35:26 / mi)
slept:8.0

Boise, ID. After a morning tour of the Old State Penitentiary, a visit to a candy factory, and a few other things, Peggy, Max, Samantha, and I started from E. Julia Davis Dr. and did the Golden Apple Quest. This was a hunt of sorts with written walking directions and clues to a puzzle. Max played along while Samantha was lagging being tired or just not into walking. She wanted to go to the swimming pool, which came later. We solved the puzzle and stopped briefly at the Discover Idaho science exhibits made for kids. The downtown area seemed pretty nice overall. Much of it was newer than I'd have guessed and the people were pretty nice. I couldn't remember much of anything from my last visit +10 years ago.

Tuesday Jun 20 #

8 AM

Running (Street & Trail) 1:08:22 [3] 7.8 mi (8:46 / mi) +7m 8:44 / mi
slept:7.5

Rehoboth, DE. From Seaside Outlet Dr., the Junction & Breakwater Trail to the parking area on Wolf Neck Rd., back toward Seaside Outlet Dr., then back to the parking area on Wolf Neck Rd., and back to Seaside Outlet Dr. I set out to do about 4 miles like Peggy had earlier. The turn off for the parking area was just a little over what I needed. I had a bathroom break there. It was warming-up on the way back. At the last intersection before finishing up and pushing in, I realized I no longer had my car keys. I'd left them in the restroom a couple miles back! My best option was to run back and get them so that's what I did. I did it slowly so as not to stress myself by my running too much. I sweat a lot on this.

Monday Jun 19 #

9 AM

Running (Trail) 21:27 [3] 2.47 mi (8:41 / mi) +2m 8:40 / mi
slept:8.0

Rehoboth, DE. From Seaside Outlet Dr., the Junction & Breakwater Trail to Hebron Rd. and back. This was a nice little run and just what I needed to make my insides feel better. This was the first time I'd run the part of the trail toward Rehoboth. It was similarly and pleasantly wooded with the trail improved by bluestone. I saw a few runners and passed one.

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