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Training Log Archive: philm64

In the 7 days ending Oct 18:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running2 1:28:59 11.81(7:32) 19.01(4:41) 184
  Total2 1:28:59 11.81(7:32) 19.01(4:41) 184

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Sunday Oct 18 #

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5 mile Cheshire country walk in morning (flat!)

Sport climbing on the way home near shropshire, 4 routes, all flashed, up to 6a+ (all soft). Cold , but pretty good.

Home; v tired!

Saturday Oct 17 #

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Trad climbing at a fab location near cheshire. (with Lynne & Nellie)

3 routes, one solo. Another was the best steepest VS 4c I've done. Just amazing.

Climbing is giving me as much (if not more) than orienteering did when orienteering was "normal". It's how it is.

Friday Oct 16 #

4 PM

Running 41:09 [4] 9.01 km (4:34 / km) +97m 4:20 / km
shoes: Brooks Ravenna 10

(Climbed trad in morning)

Reasonable paced 9km run, including finally PB on segment FAHGETTABOUDIT - 59secs! 2second PB. 3:23 pace - jogging compared to Kipchoge's marathon pace. I was flat out!!!!!! I ran it on the road this time, not the grass verge..... https://www.strava.com/activities/4202919372/segme...

Decided to run 8th km at tempo; this was net uphill, some grass, & twists & turns. 4:04 worth 3:52?

Not bad, now off up north again (Cheshire) - 6th trip away. At least climbing is a sport/activity I can do pretty much as normal (except when Wales shuts us out).
https://www.strava.com/activities/4202919372

Wednesday Oct 14 #

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(rest day)

Unable to raise an outdoor local climbing partner today, somewhat disgruntled about this.

My 1st world "problems", eh.

Tuesday Oct 13 #

12 PM

Running 47:50 [4] 10.0 km (4:47 / km) +87m 4:35 / km
shoes: Brooks Ravenna 10

Steady 10k eastville to Oldbury & back Frome valley.
RH calf a bit iffy. need to stretch more on days off too.
Last km fastest.

https://www.strava.com/activities/4189343674

Monday Oct 12 #

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(rest day)

Body says rest. Happy to oblige.

(RH knee hurting, not sure why - may have banged it climbing or at a belay)

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