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Training Log Archive: CalumK

In the 7 days ending Jan 28:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering1 48:40 4.29(11:21) 6.9(7:03) 200
  Cycling1 30:00
  Grass run1 20:07 2.39(8:26) 3.84(5:14)
  Total3 1:38:47 6.67 10.74 200
averages - rhr:46

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Sunday Jan 28 #

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(sick)

On the up and drugged up.

Saturday Jan 27 #

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(sick)

Very ill, some sort of virus I'm guessing. Slept until 3:30pm, about 4 hours longer than I've ever slept in. Feeling completely dazed all days so stayed in bed.

Friday Jan 26 #

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Generally felt fine throughout the day but achy and shivery tonight for not obvious reason.

Thursday Jan 25 #

Grass run 20:07 [2] 3.84 km (5:14 / km)
shoes: Salomon Sense Pro 2

Grass laps
Desperate to get some structured training going but that means starting from the bottom. The format I set myself is fairly mind numbing playing field laps and do a body check every 5 minutes. If I feel I will still be good for another 5 I'll carry on and if I don't think I will I stop. Simple. Probably could have dropped in another 5 today but didn't want to risk it. Its certainly a game of quieting while you're ahead.

Wednesday Jan 24 #

Cycling 30:00 [3]
rhr:48

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3h bouldering @ TCA and cycle too and from the station in the sodding rain.

Monday Jan 22 #

Orienteering 48:40 [3] 6.9 km (7:03 / km) +200m 6:10 / km
rhr:44 shoes: Salomon S-Lab Sense SG 4

Helping out at the STUOC GIAG. Shadowed some newbies round a short loop then went and ran a course by myself. Quite smooth until I got into the woods with lots of little paths, horrible steep and slippy terrain, slid downhill in a mud slide for about 20m at one point.
Physically felt okay on the flat but struggled on any uphill. I don't feel like I'm getting any worse just keep returning to a baseline. I'm keen to get back to grass laps when the snow goes because that has worked well in reintroducing me to running in the past.

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40' Badminton. Can't understand how people can play it day in day out without getting bored.

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