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Training Log Archive: susan

In the 7 days ending Nov 21:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Strength & Conditioning2 1:45:00
  Running1 34:22 3.1(11:04) 5.0(6:53)
  Total3 2:19:22 3.1 5.0

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Sunday Nov 21 #

Strength & Conditioning (SMM) 45:00 [1]

Okay, SMM, Simplistic Mobility Method aka Tom Morrison.

Facebook was force-feeding me sponsored ads. I thought, from appearances, he was an American CrossFit blah. I eventually watched some of the content, turns out he's from NI with a full-on Lisburn accent and I really, really like his style.

Been doing bits and pieces, as he has stacks of free YouTube stuff, though today was first run through SMM. All the exercises are familiar in some shape or form, through Pilates or Wildfoot, but there is plenty to learn and he dovetails so nicely with my teaching style (very different delivery, very similar thought processes and principles).

This will be an excellent challenge for me now that I don't have Wildfoot. No mad strength stuff but that's not to say it's easy.

Would like to do this 3 x per week up to Christmas, then re-assess training needs. If it kicks my shoulder into shape, and makes my hips awesome, oh and sorts out my encroaching kyphosis and reducing rotation, all in tandem with my Pilates, then I'll be able to get on the rings etc with nice active lats and nit overactive traps/resultant neck pain etc

Saturday Nov 20 #

9 AM

Running 34:22 [2] 5.0 km (6:53 / km)
shoes: Saucony Peregrine Trail

Hillsborough Forest parkrun with miss Veda who was in sparkling form today and ran the whole way. Very enjoyable. Lots of orienteers there. The forest looks amazing; must go back and go for a trot through the trees while it's in such runnable condition.

Thursday Nov 18 #

Strength & Conditioning (Pilates) 1:00:00 [1]

Supposed to be hiking today, but too windy, so lots of laptop work (no bad thing, I've a lot on) and got to do Pilates with Ali which was classical mat, hooray :)

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