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Training Log Archive: furlong47

In the 7 days ending Jul 20:

activity # timemileskm+m
  physical therapy22 8:42:07
  orienteering2 1:41:53 3.73(27:20) 6.0(16:59) 13019c
  walking3 53:10 2.29(23:13) 3.68(14:26)
  gym - elliptical1 30:00 2.86(10:29) 4.6(6:31)
  gym - stationary bike1 30:00 6.0(5:00) 9.66(3:06)
  swimming1 25:00
  Total30 12:42:10 14.88 23.94 13019c

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Saturday Jul 20 #

10 AM

physical therapy 23:01 [1]

12 PM

swimming 25:00 [1]

2 PM

walking 15:00 [1] 0.58 mi (25:52 / mi)
shoes: Champion Margaret Grey

I went out to have a brief walk around Reston. It was ridiculously hot, and then more friends messaged me that they had arrived. I was already thinking about heading back to the hotel, so I did.
4 PM

physical therapy 21:52 [1]

Friday Jul 19 #

9 AM

physical therapy 21:40 [1]

1 PM

walking 20:00 [1] 0.71 mi (28:10 / mi)

Around the grounds at Woodlawn/Pope-Leighey Houses, where I stopped to see the Frank Lloyd Wright house. The Woodlawn mansion was not open for tours because of the heat.
5 PM

physical therapy 21:30 [1]

In Reston, VA for a wedding
11 PM

physical therapy 22:45 [1]

Thursday Jul 18 #

5 AM

physical therapy 24:20 [1]

7 AM

physical therapy 40:00 [1]

6 PM

physical therapy 22:28 [1]

9 PM

gym - stationary bike 30:00 [3] 6.0 mi (5:00 / mi)

11 PM

physical therapy 21:24 [1]

Wednesday Jul 17 #

7 AM

physical therapy 21:54 [1]

6 PM

orienteering 31:06 [4] ** 2.4 km (12:57 / km) +55m 11:38 / km
10c shoes: Brooks Ghost 11

DVOA Penn State Berks - Sprint 1

The forecast was looking ominous, but this was the only weekday sprint event close enough for me to get to after work. By the time I was headed to 4, it had started to storm. When I got to 6, there was a bit of lightning farther away and I ducked under an overhang briefly before deciding to continue. By the time I reached 8, the skies had opened into a total deluge and there was a lot of lightning closer by. There was a small, old, pavilion type building there in the woods so I went in there to wait for it to lighten up. (The rain was fine, but not the amount of lightning.) And waited. And waited. Probably for about 15 minutes. Two others joined me briefly and then went on. Finally I decided to just finish the course. There was a ton of standing water already and streams forming across the grass, sometimes calf high, on the way to the last two controls. Of course, right after I finished it stopped raining, but there was a second round of storms moving in shortly and I didn't have enough time to finish the second course before control pickup anyway. Headed home to have enough time to do PT and get to bed earlyish since I have an appointment tomorrow morning.

Didn't get a print-out since the computer was being shielded from the rain and some things were disconnected. Watch says 46:06. Logging estimated time actually spent on course, not counting standing in the pavilion.
8 PM

physical therapy 35:15 [1]

Basically combined two

Tuesday Jul 16 #

6 AM

physical therapy 24:14 [1]

7 AM

physical therapy 30:00 [1]

5 PM

physical therapy 20:58 [1]

9 PM

gym - elliptical 30:00 [4] 2.86 mi (10:29 / mi)
shoes: Brooks Ghost 11

This actually felt fairly normal. But will I regret it later?
11 PM

physical therapy 19:59 [1]

Monday Jul 15 #

7 AM

physical therapy 21:33 [1]

6 PM

physical therapy 21:51 [1]

8 PM

walking 18:10 [1] 1.0 mi (18:10 / mi)
shoes: Champion Margaret Grey

9 PM

physical therapy 20:22 [1]

Sunday Jul 14 #

1 AM

physical therapy 19:46 [1]

Yeah, this is really the third one from yesterday
9 AM

physical therapy 23:49 [1]

11 AM

orienteering race 1:10:47 [4] *** 3.6 km (19:40 / km) +75m 17:48 / km
9c shoes: Inov8 O-roc 280 Red Redux

DVOA Mt. Penn - Brown

Dropped to Brown for the day as I wasn't certain how things would feel out in advanced terrain. Only walking. Also tried to stay more to trail routes and out of the rocks as much as possible. I'm most worried about the jolt that would come from tripping hard, falling, or stepping in an unexpected hole. For the most part, everything felt ok. The course was a good summer one, not too difficult, and stayed in pretty nice parts of the woods. Stopped to o-vangelize for a few minutes with a guy who was power walking along the road. He had a little bit of an idea what was happening, saw me cut into the woods and wondered how I knew when to leave the road.
3 PM

physical therapy 20:16 [1]

11 PM

physical therapy 23:10 [1]

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