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Training Log Archive: Nadim

In the 7 days ending May 5, 2018:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Bicycling10 3:31:17 57.02(3:42) 91.76(2:18) 470
  Orienteering1 1:11:31 3.71(19:17) 5.97(11:59) 375
  Running2 29:48 2.88(10:21) 4.64(6:26) 45
  Total11 5:12:36 63.61(4:55) 102.37(3:03) 890
averages - weight:203.5lbs

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Friday May 4, 2018 #

7 AM

Bicycling (Commute) 6:00 [3] 1.41 mi (4:15 / mi) +22m 4:04 / mi

From Northfield Rd., to the Bethesda Metro Station. I took it slowly.
6 PM

Bicycling (Commute) 7:25 [3] 1.4 mi (5:18 / mi) +24m 5:02 / mi

From the Bethesda Metro Station, to Northfield Rd. I'd picked-up dinner so I was carrying it in a paper bag the whole way, riding with the other hand. I was not walking so well earlier in the day. The ride however, did unexpectedly loosen me up. I felt better the rest of the evening, but forwent a planned run.

Thursday May 3, 2018 #

7 AM

Bicycling (Commute) 40:49 [3] 12.2 mi (3:21 / mi) +26m 3:19 / mi

From Northfield Rd., Bethesda, MD, then to 13th & C St. SW, Washington, DC. There was a bit of a headwind.
6 PM

Bicycling (Commute) 45:10 [3] 12.0 mi (3:46 / mi) +141m 3:38 / mi

From 13th & C St. SW, Washington, D.C. to Northfield Rd., Bethesda, MD. I pulled for another guy from Georgetown to the water treatment plant bridge but slowed too much for him at that point. Finishing up was okay, there was probably a bit of a tailwind. After finishing however, my back was hurting more than normal. It was low on the left side.

Wednesday May 2, 2018 #

7 AM

Bicycling (Commute) 6:03 [3] 1.41 mi (4:17 / mi) +19m 4:07 / mi

From Northfield Rd., to the Bethesda Metro Station. There were some traffic delays with trash collection, cars and more.
7 PM

Bicycling (Commute) 3:45 [3] 0.59 mi (6:21 / mi) +9m 6:04 / mi

From the Bethesda Metro Station to Battery Ln.

Bicycling (Commute) 4:27 [3] 0.98 mi (4:32 / mi) +20m 4:16 / mi

From Battery Ln, to Northfield Rd.

Tuesday May 1, 2018 #

8 AM

Bicycling (Commute) 40:37 [3] 12.2 mi (3:20 / mi) +30m 3:18 / mi

From Northfield Rd., Bethesda, MD, then to 13th & C St. SW, Washington, DC.
5 PM

Bicycling (Commute) 43:48 [3] 12.0 mi (3:39 / mi) +135m 3:32 / mi

From 13th & C St. SW, Washington, D.C. to Northfield Rd., Bethesda, MD. I felt okay on this.

Monday Apr 30, 2018 #

7 AM

Bicycling (Commute) 6:45 [3] 1.43 mi (4:43 / mi) +20m 4:32 / mi

From Northfield Rd., to the Bethesda Metro Station. I had to turn back after realizing I'd forgotten my helmet. My neighbor who also commutes was starting out too, and he laughed.
6 PM

Running (Street & Trail Commute) 20:46 [3] 2.25 mi (9:14 / mi) +36m 8:48 / mi

From the Bethesda Metro Station, Wisconsin Ave., to Norwood Park, to the Little Falls Trail, to Falls Rd., to Glenbrook Rd., to the Capital Crescent Trail, to Edgemoor Ln. into to the Bethesda Metro Station. On the CCT, I saw a woman not far away running toward me put her foot on the edge of the trail, and stumble badly. I stopped and she was okay; just bruised and scraped.

Bicycling (Commute) 6:28 [3] 1.4 mi (4:37 / mi) +24m 4:23 / mi

From the Bethesda Metro Station, to Northfield Rd.

Sunday Apr 29, 2018 #

10 AM

Running warm up/down (Street & Trail) 9:02 [2] 0.63 mi (14:20 / mi) +9m 13:43 / mi

Mt. Tom State Park, MA. I warmed-up taking Max to his start and then going to mine. In both cases, we reached the start just as it was time to go.

Orienteering (Foot) 1:11:31 [3] 3.71 mi (19:17 / mi) +375m 14:40 / mi

Troll Cup Day 2 at Mt. Tom, MA. I can't see how this course would have been 275m of climb. It was still fun. My rush to the start flustered me a bit. I grabbed the wrong control description.

S-1 - Taking the trail up most of the way, I left from after a bend and spiked the control. Someone was hurriedly catching up from behind. When looked at the control code, it didn't match but the terrain and everything looked right--it was! I did a loop losing 3 minutes or so before realizing I had the wrong description sheet :(

1-2 - I went fairly straight. Approaching the end, I could see Rick Breseman.

2-3 - I went fairly straight again, but a little lower than Rick. I got to the dot knoll but cut right going around it instead of over to the control. I curved back but lost a few seconds. Rick came over the knoll just before I punched.

3-4 - I made a bad route choice. As Rick took the trail around, I tried to go straight. The forest wasn't as open and I'd thought it'd be. There were small branches and light vegetation on the ground. I got to the trail just behind Rick. I tried going straight again since there was an S-curve, but that lost me more time. Others got ahead. I was approaching the saddle when Rick was already going low toward #5.

4-5 - The low route didn't look good, so I switched direction and ran on the ridge. I had found the intermittent trail which was quite nice. I left it a bit early, partly on purpose. However, I wasn't reading the cliff to the left well enough. I thought I'd be able to drop down in-between a break that wasn't there. I went slowly to the end of the cliff as another person or 2 using the trail passed me. I figured I'd lost time but after dropping after the cliff, I saw Rick climbing toward the hill with the control.

5-6 - I followed the marshes rather than the trails. Someone else who ran slower was using the longer trail and was keeping up until after crossing the marsh on a bridge. I went over the hill off trail and got ahead when I reached the next trail bend. On the trail, I moved out; I realized I was behind Rick. The attack looked easy, coming off the small ridge parallel to the trail, and seeing a marsh. As I executed it, I saw Rick and other ahead coming off the trail on my right. I got there first!

6-7 - I went straight at it, taking care to get into the correct reentrant. I slowed at the end just short of the control. Rick went around and confidently punched.

7-8 - I chased Rick but as he slowed on rocks, I bashed through vegetation and got there first. I didn't drink.

8-9 - I figured this was easy but in my hast, I had only registered 2 spurs to cross rather than 3. I pulled up at the 2nd and hunted up an down. Rick passed but was off too. I found him on the other side of the next spur just after he punched.

9-10 - Rick was moving more quickly (I'm so out of shape) and a little to the left. I went lower bouncing off the big curving cliff and straight across the next few hills. The map made sense to me. I kept going but was walking up the last hill. I got there just before Rick.

10-11 - I went straight. I recognized the evergreens as the green on the map. Again, I pulled up just a little short as Rick went right in. I was only a second or 2 behind.

11-12 - I thought about going low but as Rick was going straight/high, I figured I'd be too slow climbing at the end. I took the high route for the more gradual climb. Rick and I walked and jogged near each other. I got ahead a little crossing the last big reentrant. I was slow climbing the last hill and once again, Rick came past me to punch first.

12-13 - As Rick read, I took off for the trail. He merged and got ahead. I was pretty tired and didn't read the trail well early on. The hills ahead looked really steep so cutting left didn't seem to match up. I missed the better route through the two large hills, and followed Rick and other up and around. I reached the field passing a person or 2 and cut right to the trail closest to the big NW cliff. Without stopping, I took in the nice view. I passed another person but was shaky on how far along the trail I was at the end. Rick cut in where it flattened and where others were below, so I ensued. This was pretty close.

13-14 - I just chased a train of people once hitting the trail.

14-F - Rick had pulled ahead and was just about reaching the finish as I got to #14. I gave it a good effort but was worried about wrenching my back.

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