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Training Log Archive: Super

In the 7 days ending Jan 28:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running2 1:42:30 12.34(8:18) 19.86(5:10) 11
  Strength1 30:00
  stationary bike1 20:03 0.29(1:09:06) 0.47(42:56) 2
  Total3 2:32:33 12.63 20.32 12

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Sunday Jan 28 #

1 PM

Running 1:22:10 [3] 16.05 km (5:07 / km) +11m 5:06 / km
ahr:170 max:197 shoes: Mizuno Sayonara 4

So it’s no surprise that this run was tough and felt brutal throughout given my last 6 weeks or so. But it’s the sheer scale of the toughness and brutality that shocks me. Stiff, sore legs, maxed hr, hard fade and general sucktitude. On a nice day for Running.

They say every thousand mile journey starts with an absolute shit ten miler. Check.



Thursday Jan 25 #

Note

Would it be wrong to comment on the ‘strangest misconception of orienteering’ thread, which is pretty funny, that the notion that it could ever be an Olympic event is probably the oddest thing I ever have heard about the sport?

I won’t say it there, I have no real right to an opinion given my total lack of involvement, but I’m still thinking it. Yes I am.

Tuesday Jan 23 #

Strength 30:00 [3]

Some machines at discount gym with Jenn and ten minutes rowing nowhere.

Monday Jan 22 #

6 PM

stationary bike 20:03 [3] 0.47 km (42:56 / km) +2m 42:10 / km
ahr:68 max:82

49 hours recovery prescribed for this one.

Running 20:20 [3] 3.81 km (5:21 / km)
ahr:147 max:157 shoes: Mizuno Sayonara 4

Aaaand 40 hours recovery for this. Goddam, all this time garmin has been trying to tell me exactly what I want to hear and I was too blind to see it. Epiphany! Revelation! Coffee break!!!


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