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Training Log Archive: MW

In the 7 days ending Feb 3:

activity # timemileskm+m
  running5 3:08:05 19.16(9:49) 30.83(6:06) 209
  Total5 3:08:05 19.16(9:49) 30.83(6:06) 209

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Saturday Feb 3 #

8 PM

running 41:17 [3] 7.01 km (5:53 / km) +82m 5:34 / km
ahr:161 max:184

Not infrequently, it rains on me around Victoria Road/Iron Cove Bridge, but then stops as I go back to Balmain. Perhaps a rain god lives in Rozelle.

Friday Feb 2 #

12 PM

running 32:24 [3] 5.34 km (6:04 / km) +28m 5:55 / km
ahr:155 max:176

10x hill sprints in the Botanic Gardens. I had a steeper longer hill in Toulouse, and when I was in school. I'd like to find something similar. Maybe in Callan Park.

Couldn't spend longer because I had to get back to the office for some econometrics training I've organised for the Division.

Thursday Feb 1 #

7 PM

running 49:50 [3] 8.03 km (6:12 / km) +44m 6:02 / km
ahr:153 max:173

Well, January sucked for training. Let's see how February goes. Time to start picking up the speed a bit.

Tuesday Jan 30 #

7 PM

running 37:24 [3] 6.01 km (6:13 / km) +16m 6:08 / km
ahr:160 max:176

First foray into hill sprints. 10x100m at Birchgrove Oval. I probably need to find a longer hill.

Sunday Jan 28 #

5 PM

running 27:10 [3] 4.44 km (6:07 / km) +39m 5:52 / km
ahr:149 max:170

Trying again to see how my ankle goes.

Bonked after 4k. No idea why. Humidity? Not enough sleep? Lost all form? All of the above?

Facebook comments on my Lilyfield score event were positive, as one would hope. It was pretty hard to spot the best route.

And I was also pleased with the positive feedback on the kids course. There was one control toward the end that was technically a bit harder, but how could I resist a red footbridge for the kids course?

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