In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+ft|
| ||Trail running||2|| 1:29:00|| 9.2||(9:41)|| 14.8||(6:01)|| 750|
| ||Urban Orienteering||1|| 40:41|| 4.97||(8:11)|| 8.0||(5:05)|| 150|
| ||Total||3|| 2:09:41|| 14.17||(9:09)|| 22.8||(5:41)|| 900|
|averages - weight:157lbs|
Trail running 54:00  9.5 km (5:41 / km) +350ft 5:23 / km
weight:156lbs shoes: Hoka Speedgoat
Up the valley to Holmfirth and back, obviously!
Right calf very sore and weak. All other aches and pains in play today. Glutes and hamstrings bad. But right calf ready to snap.
Trail running 35:00  5.3 km (6:36 / km) +400ft 5:55 / km
weight:157lbs shoes: Hoka Speedgoat
Right calf really sore so limping until it warmed up, then just limping a bit. Of course favouring one leg means not favouring the other leg which then started to niggle around the hip and groin. Calories burned, but nothing else.
Urban Orienteering 40:41  8.0 km (5:05 / km) +150ft 4:57 / km
weight:158lbs shoes: Hoka Speedgoat
Bingley Urban Blue
Ran with heavily strapped up right calf and little motivation. Took Helen's entry and set off very steady. Not under 6 min/km until downhill run from #6. Tried to enjoy the orienteering, but still went from #16-#19-#18-#17-#18-#19 and nearly DSQ again. At least I punched the last control today. Right calf really sore. Limping badly as I hobbled round. Not sure you could say I was racing as I was constantly aware of the pain in my calf and protecting it from getting any worse. Survived, but only just. Tomorrow will show whether it was a good decision to run or if I would have been better resting.
all weeks |