Training Log: Bomb
In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||Cycling||2|| 2:45:00|
| ||Running||2|| 1:12:00|
| ||pilates||1|| 1:00:00|
| ||Orienteering||1|| 39:00|
| ||Total||4|| 5:36:00|
Running 1:02:00 
Hfw. Bit slow early on but got going ok along the river. The don't screw my hammies plan seems to have worked... 7 mins quicker than last week. Good to feel like I'm actually running again instead of plodding. Going to be sore though.
Cycling 1:45:00 
River loop. small group and fast this morning. pretty cooked by the end.
pilates 1:00:00 
Last week of this program. Plan was to go a bit easier on the hammy stuff to avoid the doms issues running on Thurs. Mostly went ok but still managed to cramp my right hammy and it's a bit sore. Hopefully better tmw.
physio. mostly hips and lower back. got the full pin cushion treatment. also decided that maybe I shouldn't be going so hard on some of the hammy exercises on wed night cos the doms is messing with my running on thursday too much.
Orienteering race 39:00 
OY at Wivenhoe common. hot and steamy. this event was meant to be a sprint at mt coottha gardens until that event got canned due to ridiculous covid restrictions. Even the walk to the start was a reminder that its still too early for bush events.
The map has had a burn and enough recent rain to thicken the veg up nicely. some of it even had post burn deadfall to make it really fun. The rocks around the edges were still good and tricky, and nothing grows there anyway. and the green made the route choices count more. I had a pretty steady run until ~8 - 10 where I started catching Andy, so started working a bit harder. blew up a bit on the next decent climb to 13 and wasn't too great for the last couple in the bush. just overheated. Still, beat a few people that I wouldn't normally (ever) expect to, so I'll take that.
My strapping tape took a big chunk of skin from underneath my heel with it. It hurts.
Running warm up/down 10:00 
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