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Training Log Archive: Anna

In the 7 days ending Sep 27:

activity # timemileskm+m
  core/legs3 1:43:41
  running1 22:22 2.1(10:39) 3.38(6:37) 39
  running drills1 13:40
  Roller derby1 8:38
  Total6 2:28:21 2.1 3.38 39
  [1-5]6 2:20:37

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Sunday Sep 27 #

1 PM

core/legs 36:36 intensity: (1:17 @0) + (19:36 @1) + (11:03 @2) + (4:40 @3) 0.0 mi
ahr:120 max:159

Trying some new stuff!

Warmup-ish video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIRQzn3w710&ab...
Regular squat/deadlift warmup
Easy abs (this time w up-and-down planks on a foam roller)
3-way dog pees, adding 8 lb tricep weight
Deadlifts/squats again to cool down

Have been having some achilles-type pain, but don't seem to be having any calf tightness. Keeping an eye on it. It mostly doesn't get in the way of anything, then 2 times has randomly hurt when I was walking up a hill.

Saturday Sep 26 #

3 PM

running 22:22 intensity: (8 @0) + (30 @1) + (1:33 @2) + (18:19 @3) + (1:52 @4) 2.1 mi (10:39 / mi) +39m 10:04 / mi
ahr:157 max:175

Hamstrings felt slightly tight but overall much better!!! Stretched after

Friday Sep 25 #

4 PM

core/legs 19:59 intensity: (4:27 @0) + (8:54 @1) + (5:24 @2) + (1:14 @3) 0.0 mi
ahr:114 max:146

Right hamstring still suuuuuuper tight and feels like it has some pretty bad knots as well (not sure how that works, but managed to make some progress rolling it out during a zoom colloquium). I guess after doing so much single-leg stuff I overestimated how much my right leg could handle the other day. Was able to work around it though. Can't wait till everything feels good and I can keep working on jumps!!! (And running)

No-weight squats/deadlifts
Easy abs
More squats/deadlifts
(knee exercises were after, logged separately)

core/legs (knee exercises) 10:19 intensity: (1:12 @0) + (9:07 @1) 0.0 mi
ahr:104 max:113

Thursday Sep 24 #

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Hamstrings still super sore today! Had planned to do something more physical, but I accidentally made myself nauseous when I didn't realize how bad it would be to do things on screens after getting my eyes dilated (woops!) and then felt like laying down in the dark.

For the most part, I've been meeting my fitness tracker's activity goals by walking even when I don't have anything on attackpoint. Ran into my second-favorite dog Ada on my evening walk.

Wednesday Sep 23 #

5 PM

running drills 13:40 [1]

Went for a quick walk this morning and I'd woken up in time for some fog! Woohoo! My sleep tracker told me to take it easier today, which was probably a result of working out too close to bedtime last night. (Woops, but it was a fun workout!)

Dynamic warmup (just to loosen my hamstrings), skipping the things that involved hops. It worked! Did some static stretching after and also rolled out my hamstring and foot.

In other news, my foot has felt fantastic since the brief skate session the other day. I've also fixed the laces in the toes of my right skate and added a metatarsal pad under my orthotic, so I'm hoping that'll make things even better. (Still gonna ease into things with that foot though.)

Tuesday Sep 22 #

8 PM

core/legs 36:47 intensity: (40 @0) + (9:29 @1) + (13:29 @2) + (13:09 @3) 0.0 mi
ahr:132 max:166

In a different order than normal to warm my legs up better:

- Easy squats deadlifts, starting with 0 weight and progressing to my 8 lb milk jug weight
- Easy abs, progressing to my 4 lb milk jug weight
- Single leg skates, adding 8 lbs and a higher back leg to the single-leg deadlifts
- cooled down with a short set of easy squats/deadlifts

Monday Sep 21 #

8 PM

Roller derby 8:38 intensity: (1:01 @1) + (2:05 @2) + (5:32 @3) 0.0 mi
ahr:141 max:157

Did some real live waltz jumps!!! Or more like hops... Turns out I could hop to the outside edge of my right foot with no pain (at least for a very short session), so fingers crossed everything stays pain free tomorrow! First time using my right skate in months, I think! And first (baby) waltz jumps!!!

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