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Training Log Archive: Olivia

In the 7 days ending Sep 10:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 2:44:34 10.13(16:15) 16.3(10:06) 250
  Strength and Conditioning2 1:50:00
  Running3 1:07:41 4.74 7.63
  Swimming1 1:00:00
  Total6 6:42:15 14.87 23.93 250

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Sunday Sep 10 #

Running warm up/down 15:00 [2]

Orienteering race 47:40 [4] 5.86 km (8:08 / km)

SHI Relay Castle Saunderson. Legs were not up for this, Achilles was fine but the rest of me was not! No major mistakes, only a couple of hesitations but generally just dead. Turns out training might be a good idea before a weekend like this - who knew!

Saturday Sep 9 #

Running warm up/down 15:00 [2]

Warm up and down

Orienteering 1:56:54 [4] 10.44 km (11:12 / km) +250m 10:00 / km
shoes: X-Talon 212

SHI Individual - Gortaluganey/Florencecourt. Messed up number 1 (always a good start) and then took a couple of poor route choices 2-3 and back over the hill to 8 (got stuck in the green). Just had no terrain strength at all. Plus I haven't run more than 5-6k in about 4 months so this was a shock to the system!

Thursday Sep 7 #

Running warm up/down 9:55 [2] 1.77 km (5:36 / km)

Running race 21:58 [5] 4.96 km (4:26 / km)

Citi Inspire 5k. Not bad for a return to running 'race' - set off like normal but with the understanding if my Achilles flared up I would walk the rest. To be honest I would quite liked to have walked the final k, I felt super unfit for it. But no pain whilst running, although I tightened up a bit when I finished. Pressure on from my colleagues to win the team free lunch - 2nd female and first Citi employee to lunch duly won :)

Running 5:48 [1] 0.9 km (6:27 / km)

Wednesday Sep 6 #

Strength and Conditioning 55:00 [1]

Barre! Yay!! Its good to be back, even if Fallon decided to go with the fastest playlist in the world...

Tuesday Sep 5 #

Strength and Conditioning 55:00 [2]

Monday Sep 4 #

Swimming (aqua fit) 1:00:00 [1]

Oh dear god, that was an experience never to be repeated. Thought it would be a good running replacement, but the big hint it wasn't going to be was when the instructor looked around the class and said 'there are lots of new faces here tonight, any new hips or knees I need to know about?' Suffice to say it was a lot more gentle than I wanted it to be. In fact water Zumba might have been more appropriate

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