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Training Log Archive: Lulu

In the 7 days ending Apr 22:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling1 2:24:44 30.11(12.5/h) 48.45(20.1/h) 750
  Orienteering2 1:39:58 6.11(16:22) 9.83(10:10) 320
  Pilates1 1:00:00
  Running3 38:55 3.91(9:57) 6.29(6:11) 100
  Total5 5:43:37 40.12 64.57 1170
  [1-5]4 4:43:37

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Sunday Apr 22 #

12 PM

Running warm up/down 10:28 [2] 1.7 km (6:09 / km)

Orienteering race 1:21:05 [4] 6.68 km (12:08 / km) +320m 9:48 / km

Saturday Apr 21 #

12 PM

Orienteering race 18:53 [4] 3.15 km (6:00 / km)

Running warm up/down 7:00 [2] 1.0 km (7:00 / km)

Thursday Apr 19 #

6 PM

Running 21:27 [2] 3.59 km (5:58 / km) +100m 5:15 / km

Wheezing v badly so breathing was a bit of a struggle. Although the main aim was just to run up a hill. Which I did. Not exactly a mountain but took it steady and stopped to stretch out calves at the top. They tightened up a bit on the downhill back home. Just taking it one step at a time...

Wednesday Apr 18 #

6 PM

Cycling 2:24:44 [2] 48.45 km (20.1 kph) +750m

Missed this so much!!! Abso glorious weather, out in shorts and short sleeves until 21:30 without getting cold :D Victoria, Flouch, Triple Hill (yummy), Penistone, Victoria and home via Scholes. Literally so buzzing what a fabulous ride:))) although it did get dark and I had no lights so had to be escorted home oops...

Tuesday Apr 17 #

Note

Saw Kim today about my calves. She reckons its no longer an issue of simply not being very flexible, but that they are simply struggling to deal with the large load put on them when running up hills (Graythwaite last Saturday) and through more resistant terrain eg mud (JK relays) and sand (British nights); makes sense.
The simple solution (hopefully) is to get them more accustomed to it by implementing similar loads into training... Guess we'll see how it goes!

Monday Apr 16 #

7 PM

Pilates 1:00:00 [0]
(sick)

An interesting experience. No increasing of the heart rate so could still breathe and not break out in a coughing fit :)))

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