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Training Log Archive: Imposter

In the 7 days ending Oct 31, 2011:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Swimming2 1:33:30 0.93 1.5
  Cycling1 1:20:00
  Running2 1:00:00 3.11 5.0 100
  Orienteering1 48:20 200
  Total6 4:41:50 4.04 6.5 300

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Monday Oct 31, 2011 #

12 PM

Swimming 48:30 [1] 1.5 km (32:20 / km)

Leisurely splashing around for 1.5k. Complete lack of grace in the water puts an end to any hopes of ever becoming a mermaid.

Sunday Oct 30, 2011 #

11 AM

Orienteering race 48:20 [3] +200m

He hey, I need more open downs events... being able to see the next control from the last one makes this nav stuff a darn sight easier.

Knee made it round but couldn't do a bike after... more work required.....

Saturday Oct 29, 2011 #

9 AM

Running 30:00 [3] 5.0 km (6:00 / km) +100m 5:27 / km

Ashton Court Park Run. The positives. I can still walk (just). I didn't get carried away and race people (ok, maybe once). I only had to stop to stretch the knee out once. I wasn't so wheezy that I couldn't keep 'running' over the top of the hill.

The negatives. I am a shite runner. End of.

Thursday Oct 27, 2011 #

8 PM

Running warm up/down 30:00 [1]

20 mins jog with lots of walking to warm up/get me back once the knee complained. Oh and coz I forgot my inhaler. Never mind. The wheezing distracted me from my legs grumbling about running after spending all afternoon in the car. Chances of getting round Park Run on Saturday? I'd say about 0. :(

Wednesday Oct 26, 2011 #

1 PM

Swimming 45:00 [3]

Technique + 1x200, 2x100, 2x50. The most significant thing about this session was the fact my knee didn't hurt walking to the pool. No progress made in the black art of swimming whatsoever.

Tuesday Oct 25, 2011 #

5 PM

Cycling warm up/down 1:20:00 [1]

Very gentle, flat ride to get out of the house and ease off the muscles. Oh and justify pasta for tea :) (ish). IT band tight, particularly when stopped, but felt better after stretching.

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