Running - Fell1:49:39 14.03 km (7:49 / km) +714m6:14 / km ahr:134 max:150 shoes: La Sportiva Cyklon
Wansfell and Troutbeck Tongue, which are new Wainwright's for me (only been to Wansfell race summit). Some less trodden areas that wouldn't have been visited had I more time, but I didn't want to be out for too long.
Running - Trail1:10:57 10.31 km (6:53 / km) +435m5:41 / km ahr:132 max:149 shoes: La Sportiva Bushido
Farleton Knott, then into Hutton roof where I tried to take a direct route home, staggered around in the scrubby trees/pavement, had to clamber a wall then took a dead end path before finding myself back. Note to stay on paths! Took a while for breathing to not feel laboured.
Calf raises, planks, clam/reverse with ball, glute slide outs, crab walks, box jumps, single leg stand ups, wall sit and lift, stabilisation lunge, squat jump, single leg deadlifts, 90/90s
Running - Trail8:48 1.4 km (6:16 / km) +28m5:42 / km ahr:132 max:145 shoes: VJ Iroc #3
Orienteering37:11 4.46 km (8:20 / km) +117m7:22 / km ahr:123 max:148 shoes: VJ Iroc #3
Simpson ground. This area needs attack and vigour and I had none, very energy depleted for some reason. Waste of an evening as I sacked it off at 6 and jogged on the track for a bit.
Feels almost wrong to say with such a wealth of top quality o events in easy reach, but let's put evening orienteering as a loss - after a day frying my brain at work I want nice orienteering where I can find a few flags and enjoy some running with a bit of physical/technical interest. Windblown trees and brash more a weekend thing, and not really in summer. By all accounts missing the open area was the correct decision.