Training Log: ȷames
In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||S&C||1|| 1:00:00|
| ||Running||1|| 14:30|| 2.36||(6:08)|| 3.8||(3:49)|
| ||Total||2|| 1:14:30|| 2.36|| 3.8|
S&C 1:00:00 
Doesn't feel like this happened today. Such a grim early morning but good fun
Running tempo 14:30  3.8 km (3:49 / km)
Having worn down my 12mm spikes by 3mm, I decided to buy some 9mm replacements for Varsity. Gave them ago around the grass track painted on parker's piece. This may have been the most boring run ever but kept the pace up a little bit to make it interesting.
Spikes were good gripwise, but certainly not painfree. Various bits and pieces hurting: heel-base, knees and right quad, but none of it injury-like, just nasty niggles. Achilles fine. Worried that the shoes just don't have enough heel cushioning, so tempted to run varsity in VJs, will just assess mud level on the day
Rest week is over and achilles feels normal again, will be up for circuits tomorrow morning and assuming that's okay, a couple of afternoon miles in the spikes. Feeling pretty fresh, just hoping I haven't lost too much fitness pre-varsity.
Injured, just about. One of those awkward "I swear it was bad at the start of the week" physio sessions. As far as I'm aware achilles tendonitis doesn't come on after one run and go away after two days rest, so scratching my head as to what it was.
With varsity coming up, and under physio's orders, I'll stick to cycling for the weekend, and then on Monday, a ludicrously dull tester run in xc spikes around probably parker's piece or maybe Jesus green if I can be bothered running in two pairs of shoes... ugh.
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