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Training Log Archive: Nadim

In the 7 days ending Jul 30, 2004:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hiking3 7:21:00 13.2(33:24) 21.24(20:46) 1209
  Orienteering2 2:29:27 7.28(20:31) 11.72(12:45) 2206 /10c60%
  Running1 59:56 5.5(10:54) 8.85(6:46)
  Weights2 2:00
  Total7 10:52:23 25.98 41.81 14296 /10c60%
averages - sleep:6.9

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Friday Jul 30, 2004 #

Orienteering (Competition) 49:45 [4] 6.02 km (8:16 / km) +220m 6:59 / km

Rocky Mountain 1000-Day: Stampede. On the Plutonic Pleasures map east of Laramie, WY. The mass start on a hilltop surrounded by rolling fields and rocky knobs was cool. As often is the case, I chased Ted around much of the course. Like half the others, I ran into the wrong reentrant on #3. See the Split List. I'm not sure what place I finished at. Jonas Fast was just ahead. I out-kicked Steve Gregg up the steep finish. Ted had hurt his ankle near 2 controls from the end and finished just a little behind.

Thursday Jul 29, 2004 #

Hiking (Dayhike) 21:00 [2] 0.5 mi (41:59 / mi) +60m 30:35 / mi

From the Alpine Visitor Center in Rocky Mountain National Park, CO north on the trail to the knoll at 12,005 ft. and back. It was very windy and somewhat cold coming back.

Hiking (Day Hike) 28:00 [2] 0.8 mi (35:01 / mi) +33m 31:02 / mi

From the Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park to the "teeth" some mushroom shaped rocky knolls, then back.

Running (Trail) 59:56 [2] 5.5 mi (10:54 / mi)

From the Bear Lake Rd. in Rocky Mountain National Park I ran with Peggy around the Morain Park. We started on a trail at the foot of the South Lateral Moraine the turned right on the Cub Lake Trail to get to the Morain Campground. We ran through the campground then took a trail through the Moraine Park to the parking area near the river. The trails we used were flat for the park but rolling. The parking area was at just over 8,030 ft in elevation.

Wednesday Jul 28, 2004 #

Hiking (Dayhike) 4:02:00 [3] 8.2 mi (29:31 / mi) +716m 23:13 / mi
ahr:100 slept:9.0

In Rocky Mountain National Park, CO w/Peggy. Up the Longs Peak Trail to Chasm Lake (elevation at about 11,800 ft.) and back. It was sunny but cool and breezy going up (in the 50's F). After a nice lunch, the clouds covered it all up. It started hailing, sleeting and raining and continued most of the way back down. The views were great. I've always wanted to go all the way but not today... Some local runners passed us doing the same and more. My heartrate was between 115 and 130 going up (2:19:00). Down it was around 90.

Tuesday Jul 27, 2004 #

Hiking (Dayhike) 2:30:00 [3] 3.7 mi (40:32 / mi) +400m 30:21 / mi

In Boulder, CO with Peggy. We flew out early from BWI. From the Chataqua out on the Royal Arch trail to Royal Arch, then back via the Bluebell Baird Trail. It showered just as we got to the arch--impressive (as were the Flatirons) and I didn't even know it existed. I felt the altitude, steep rocky steps and the warm air. On the way up a rescue was taking place. They were just preparing to wheel someone down. Weight 168.

Monday Jul 26, 2004 #

Weights (General) 1:00 [3]

30 pushups. Weight 169.

Sunday Jul 25, 2004 #

Weights (General) 1:00 [3]

30 pushups. I cancelled my planned Catoctin Climber ride due to the rain slick mountain roads and forgetting my helmet/gloves. The rest is making my legs get some spring back. Weight 167.

Saturday Jul 24, 2004 #

Orienteering (Training) 1:39:42 [2] 5.7 km (17:29 / km)

From the Angler's Inn parking area, to Bear Island, in Great Falls N. Park, MD. We did a "star" route where Peggy and I started from the center of a 1:7500 scale map with pre-printed controls and alternately set each of 10 controls in a circle. After setting each, we'd return to the center before setting the next. After we'd set 5 each (mine were odd numbers), we ran out to pickup each other's controls again returning to the start before going to the next. The setting was much harder than picking them up in the flat technical terrain. Without the ponds, I'd have been lost. Even returning to the center 10 times, I still managed to not always hit it right. We jogged back after finishing near dusk. It was much needed technical training since I'd not been on anything very difficult since spring. My hamstrings feel sore and my right achilles is a bit tight. Weight 168.

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