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Training Log Archive: TomN

In the 7 days ending Oct 17:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 2:56:38 12.75(13:51) 20.52(8:36) 133
  Road running3 2:04:43 13.48(9:15) 21.69(5:45) 282
  Total5 5:01:21 26.23(11:29) 42.21(7:08) 415
  [1-5]5 5:01:18

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Saturday Oct 17 #

10 AM

Orienteering 1:19:01 intensity: (25 @2) + (1:13:44 @3) + (4:52 @4) 5.45 mi (14:30 / mi) +133m 13:29 / mi
ahr:118 max:144 shoes: IceBug Olx 4

Beaverdam Run, Green course. At Marine Corps Base Quantico. This is one of the maps we used for the Classic Champs a few years ago. It's fine orienteering terrain. The course offered some good route choices and difficult cross-country navigation, even on the short legs.

I was dogless. Glenn took him.

Thursday Oct 15 #

12 PM

Road running 41:42 intensity: (1 @2) + (36:48 @3) + (4:53 @4) 4.67 mi (8:56 / mi) +101m 8:22 / mi
ahr:121 max:152

With 4 hill repeats ~200m.

Wednesday Oct 14 #

11 AM

Road running 44:47 intensity: (3 @0) + (10 @1) + (16 @2) + (36:58 @3) + (7:20 @4) 4.68 mi (9:34 / mi) +101m 8:58 / mi
ahr:120 max:151 shoes: Ravenna 11

Tuesday Oct 13 #

7 AM

Road running 38:14 intensity: (14 @1) + (12 @2) + (30:23 @3) + (6:18 @4) + (1:07 @5) 4.13 mi (9:15 / mi) +81m 8:44 / mi
ahr:118 max:167 shoes: Ravenna 11

A no-dog morning (Addie has him) so I ran instead of the usual 2-mile walk.

Sunday Oct 11 #

10 AM

Orienteering 1:37:37 intensity: (39 @1) + (9:58 @2) + (1:23:27 @3) + (3:33 @4) 7.3 mi (13:22 / mi)
ahr:110 max:143 shoes: Ravenna 11

UsynligO at National Mall. For some reason, the app stopped recognizing controls after #3. I spent a while walking in circles around the tree at #4, holding the phone in the air, but to no avail. While I was fooling around there, Florence walked up to the tree and danced away to the music. No more punches for me for the next 20 controls, either. Addie and Glenn also ran.

I had the dog with me. It was a lot more pleasant than having him in the woods on the leash. And lots of nice comments on him from passers-by.

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