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Training Log: EPOCspookster

In the last 7 days:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Mountain/Fell running4 5:35:00 31.01(10:48) 49.9(6:43) 5900
  Road running1 1:35:24 9.38(10:10) 15.1(6:19) 800
  Total5 7:10:24 40.39(10:39) 65.0(6:37) 6700
averages - weight:154lbs
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Tuesday Feb 19 #

Mountain/Fell running 45:00 [3] 7.2 km (6:15 / km) +1000ft 5:09 / km
shoes: Hoka Challenger 3 Resoled

Up Walla Crag as fast as I could (21:54). Steady on way back down.
Previous PB was 25:00. Legs must be getting fitter!

Monday Feb 18 #

Mountain/Fell running 1:46:00 [3] 16.6 km (6:23 / km) +1350ft 5:41 / km
shoes: Hoka Challenger 3 Resoled

Up Catbells and then round the lake.
Summit 48:40. From cattle grid to summit 21:30.
Windy on top.
Legs ok, just a bit tired for last 5 km.

Saturday Feb 16 #

Mountain/Fell running 1:17:00 [3] 13.5 km (5:42 / km) +950ft 5:09 / km
shoes: Hoka Challenger 3 Resoled

Mum's Run from Keswick.
Left calf grumbled. Hamstring ok. Just not feeling like myself today.

Friday Feb 15 #

Note

Lakes 10 Peaks entry processed.
29/06/19
73km 5300m climb
4 ITRA/UTMB points

Peak District Challenge entry processed
21/09/19
100km 3300m climb
4 ITRA/UTMB points

Thursday Feb 14 #

Note

The quality of orienteer in M50 must have gone downhill a lot in 2019 as I find myself ranked 4th!

Mountain/Fell running 1:47:00 [3] 12.6 km (8:30 / km) +2600ft 6:28 / km
weight:154lbs shoes: Hoka Challenger 3 Resoled

Win Hill-Lose Hill-Win Hill.
Always fancied doing this. The weather was nice, and as I was over that way anyway seemed rude not to.
Left hamstring completely knackered throughout and favouring it a lot.
Apart from that all was good. Climbing well and descending easy.

Wednesday Feb 13 #

Road running 1:35:24 [3] 15.1 km (6:19 / km) +800ft 5:51 / km
shoes: Hoka Speedgoat

Tipsy Sportsman race, Sheffield
My first time doing this so didn't know quite what went on. Map was way too small to read even with the correct contact lenses in (everyone else knew where all the pubs were as they are all locals and many didn't bother with the map). Followed Tim as far as I could towards Crosspool (2km 9:15 even with all the climb), but already left hamstring was feeling really tight and rough do had to let him go. Waited in the pub whilst having a half and hooked up with two locals who had a sensible plan for about 15 km and six pubs. Ran with Kevin and Richard until the last couple of miles when it was just a race to get back. Six pubs and six halves for me. Someone managed 21km and eight points in the 100 mins! My score doesn't put me last but not far off!

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