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Training Log Archive: TomN

In the 28 days ending Feb 28, 2018:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Rock Climbing2 4:30:00
  Road running6 4:06:33 26.6(9:16) 42.81(5:46)
  Orienteering4 3:40:31 15.43(14:17) 24.84(8:53) 515
  Trail Running2 1:41:42 10.4(9:47) 16.74(6:05)
  Total14 13:58:46 52.43 84.38 515

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Sunday Feb 25, 2018 #

Orienteering 42:24 [3] 2.0 mi (21:12 / mi)
shoes: IceBug Olx 4

Corridor training at Great Falls. I drew a corridor approximately 76m wide (50 pixels at 150 pix/inch). I made sure the corridor occasionally crossed recognizable features. The only time I did this before, the corridor was 100m wide, and I had a lot of trouble with it. This time I was only off in a few places and close enough to correct. So maybe that's progress. Mostly walking, but never had to backtrack.

It's a little hard to analyze the track, because the map I'm using isn't georeferenced. But I think my bearings were off a couple of times, where the contour features were too vague to be useful, and it's really hard to get back in touch with the contours after you lose them.

Saturday Feb 24, 2018 #

Rock Climbing (Gym) 2:00:00 [3]

At Rockville with Florence and Rob. 2x10a, 2x10b, 10c, 10d, and a 8 and 9 to finish things off.

Thursday Feb 22, 2018 #

Trail Running 51:29 [3] 5.2 mi (9:54 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 17 Gray

Greenbelt Park Perimeter Trail at noon. The day was to good not to run, sunny and 70s. But I tweaked my lower back, which had been iffy lately. I felt fine when I started out, but I walked some of the last half-mile.

Tuesday Feb 20, 2018 #

Road running 36:19 [3] 3.9 mi (9:19 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 17 Gray

Mid-morning in the neighborhood.

Sunday Feb 18, 2018 #

Road running 37:28 [3] 3.9 mi (9:36 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 17 Gray

Neighborhood run in the afternoon.

Saturday Feb 17, 2018 #

Rock Climbing (Gym) 2:30:00 [3]

Climbing at Columbia with Florence and Rob. 10s and 11s. One fall on 11b but a couple strong 10ds. But the ratings were unreliable, at least in the corner where we spent most of our time. It was very crowded on a Saturday morning but had eased off by the early afternoon.

Thursday Feb 15, 2018 #

Road running 1:01:52 [3] 6.8 mi (9:06 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 17 Gray

A longish run at noon, with temps in the low-60s.

Tuesday Feb 13, 2018 #

Orienteering 39:05 [3] 4.3 mi (9:05 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 17 Gray

GSFC perimeter road at noon.

Sunday Feb 11, 2018 #

Orienteering race 1:12:17 [3] 6.2 km (11:40 / km) +215m 9:56 / km
shoes: IceBug Olx 4

QOC Clopper Lake Green. We arrived just as the rain was tapering off (that was the idea). The woods were wet, the streams were high, and there was mud everywhere. But it was a mild day for February, and great to be out running.

I wasted time in the ravines on one control, pretty sure it was misplaced. A few others not too crisp in the circle. And trouble staying on route. So a little slower than necessary.

Friday Feb 9, 2018 #

Trail Running 50:13 [3] 5.2 mi (9:39 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 17 Gray

Greenbelt Park Perimeter Trail at noon. A little bit of sun, and temp in the mid-30s. Pretty nice running, just a bit of mud on parts of the trail surface.

Thursday Feb 8, 2018 #

Road running 36:49 [3] 4.0 mi (9:12 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 17 Gray

Noontime at GSFC.

Tuesday Feb 6, 2018 #

Road running 37:27 [3] 4.0 mi (9:22 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 17 Gray

Morning run. I consulted various online and physical thermometers and they varied incredibly widely, from 20 to 34 degrees. I'm going with around 30. I'm pretty sure my outdoor thermometers got covered with ice during the freezing rain on Sunday and they're not reading right.

Saturday Feb 3, 2018 #

Orienteering race 1:06:45 [5] 8.5 km (7:51 / km) +300m 6:41 / km
shoes: IceBug Olx 4

Sixth annual QOC Bumble, at Patapsco. I ran my age group, which was 2 windows. I followed a big line to #1, then a much smaller group led by Ted to the nearest window. I ended at A, down by the river, so I figured it was best to cross the river and do the window at the swing bridge. Only one other runner from the original group with me there, and he went on to do more windows, but I was done. A little confusion when I got to the little creek near the last control, but I sorted it out. I was the first male finisher, Peggy was first female. We figured age has its privileges. Mileage is from gps and climb is a guess, but there was a lot of it.

Thursday Feb 1, 2018 #

Road running 36:38 [3] 4.0 mi (9:10 / mi)
shoes: Adrenaline 17 Gray

The usual run in the morning.

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