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Training Log Archive: EPOCspookster

In the 7 days ending Mar 24:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Urban Orienteering2 1:15:13 10.48(7:11) 16.86(4:28) 650
  Trail running1 31:55 3.85(8:17) 6.2(5:09) 150
  Road running1 15:00 0.75(20:07) 1.2(12:30)
  Total3 2:02:08 15.07(8:06) 24.26(5:02) 800
averages - weight:156lbs

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Sunday Mar 24 #

Urban Orienteering 39:18 [3] 9.0 km (4:22 / km) +300ft 4:09 / km
weight:157lbs

Elland Urban Mens Vets.
#3 did not see the much shorter ginnel so thought the leg was a well planned good route choice leg (left or right? chose right), but alas it was not a well planned route choice leg, it was a vision test leg and I failed (so did Charlotte Ward on the way down the hill). Failed to use the ginnel up the hill to #4 and used the steps. Maybe an extra 300m? maybe more.
Pegged it around the rest of the course OK, small error at #25 otherwise good.
Thrashed by an M40 and 15 secs down on C Ward. Comfortably ahead of next old man.
Left calf tight and strapped up for security. Not great afterwards. Will need to keep an eye on this.
The eyes have it, the eyes have it!

Thursday Mar 21 #

Urban Orienteering 35:55 [3] 7.86 km (4:34 / km) +350ft 4:17 / km
shoes: Hoka Speedgoat

While in Dewsbury I re-ran the Men's Vet course from June 2017.
Couldn't go to last two controls as they were on the school site. One blocked path on way to #26 added a short distance. No nettles in woods in park made those legs a bit quicker.
38:45 for same course in 2017. 4:52 per km back then.

Road running 15:00 [3] 1.2 km (12:30 / km)
shoes: Hoka Speedgoat

Warm up/down.

Tuesday Mar 19 #

Trail running 31:55 [3] 6.2 km (5:09 / km) +150ft 4:58 / km
weight:155lbs shoes: Hoka Challenger 3 Resoled

Up valley with no legs and a tight right hamstring.

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