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Training Log Archive: TomN

In the 7 days ending Oct 10:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Road running3 2:07:06 14.08(9:02) 22.66(5:37) 273
  Orienteering1 1:51:51 4.2(26:38) 6.76(16:33) 352
  Total4 3:58:57 18.28(13:04) 29.42(8:07) 625
  [1-5]4 3:58:28

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Friday Oct 9 #

11 AM

Road running 46:00 [3] 5.0 mi (9:12 / mi) +87m 8:44 / mi
ahr:117 max:141

Traffic on Georgia Ave was as heavy as it was pre-pandemic. No breaks in the traffic either way. I had to wait out the whole light cycle at both crossings. I stopped my watch at the first one and forgot to start it again, so it got the distance and time all messed up.

Wednesday Oct 7 #

3 PM

Road running 45:17 intensity: (29 @0) + (16 @1) + (15 @2) + (42:32 @3) + (1:45 @4) 4.93 mi (9:11 / mi) +100m 8:38 / mi
ahr:118 max:141 shoes: Ravenna 11

I wasn't going to run today, but the weather was so nice, I jumped on it when I got a break from meetings. Took the nice woods trail to the Forest Glen metro.

Tuesday Oct 6 #

8 AM

Road running 35:49 intensity: (2 @2) + (1:39 @3) + (24:46 @4) + (9:22 @5) 4.15 mi (8:38 / mi) +86m 8:07 / mi
ahr:150 max:174 shoes: Ravenna 11

A morning off from dog walking (Lido stayed with Addie & Glenn last night). For the first run in a long time it felt fairly effortless. Maybe a little effort towards the end.

Sunday Oct 4 #

1 PM

Orienteering 1:51:51 [3] 4.2 mi (26:38 / mi) +352m 21:08 / mi
ahr:98 max:135 shoes: IceBug Olx 4

I ran with Lido on the waist leash. Actually it was mostly walking. Every leg was compass and pace count, plus a few features on the way (mostly charcoal platforms, but a some ditches and streams). I probably could have gone faster without the dog, but not a whole lot. It's tough going -- fallen trees and branches, or rocky ground, or rocks plus fallen trees and branches. The problem with the dog on the leash is, on the rough terrain he's alway pulling one way or another, and it's real hard to keep your balance. One day I expect I can take him off leash and he'll stay nearby. He's getting better.

Rick Oliver caught me on the way to #6, and we got there at the same time. We went together toward #7 and I didn't count paces. My distance estimation was off, and I looked right and left where I thought it should be, then met Joe Barrett coming the other way and he told me it was higher up, and yeah, I could see the hilltop way up there.

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