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Training Log Archive: MarkJames

In the 7 days ending Feb 2:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  running7 6:52:00 33.06(12:28) 53.2(7:45) 7098
  Total7 6:52:00 33.06(12:28) 53.2(7:45) 7098

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Sunday Feb 2 #

10 AM

running 1:45:00 [3] 7.9 mi (13:17 / mi) +1673ft 11:04 / mi

Hurst Road, Mossy Lea, Shelf Benches, James Thorn, Higher Shelf, Dowstones, a meandering line across Harrop Moss as far as Torside Castle, Glossop Low, trig, Blake Plantations, Old Glossop, Manor Park Road, Sheffield Road.

Saturday Feb 1 #

8 AM

running 1:02:00 [3] 5.0 mi (12:24 / mi) +974ft 10:28 / mi

Padfield wtw, Peaknaze fairly direct to Cock Hill trig, Glossop Low, former weather station, Bramah Edge, Ogden Clough and back.

Friday Jan 31 #

8 AM

running 1:16:00 [3] 6.21 mi (12:14 / mi) +1190ft 10:22 / mi

From Padfield wtw, Woodhead Road, Peaknaze, green cabin, through the quarries and round the back of Cock Hill, up to the trig, Glossop Low, former weather station, Bramah Edge, Ogden Clough, down to Woodhead Road and back. Just finishing as rain started. Completed running every day in January, though admittedly some were quite short and/or slow.

Thursday Jan 30 #

12 PM

running 41:00 [3] 3.14 mi (13:03 / mi) +744ft 10:40 / mi

Hobson Moor Road, quarry, field then track up to Wildbank, down alongside fence towards Walkerwood res but not all the way to the bottom, then back up and back same way.

Wednesday Jan 29 #

5 PM

running 42:00 [3] 3.43 mi (12:15 / mi) +910ft 9:47 / mi

Headtorch run from Mum's, Old Glossop, Charles Lane, Blake Plantations, Cock Hill trig and back same way.

Tuesday Jan 28 #

12 PM

running 44:00 [3] 4.0 mi (11:00 / mi) +1060ft 8:48 / mi

Up to Glossop Low via Blake Plantations and Cock Hill trig from Shepley St and back same way.

Monday Jan 27 #

12 PM

running 42:00 [3] 3.38 mi (12:26 / mi) +547ft 10:46 / mi

Hobson Moor Road, quarry, field paths to Gallowsclough, Wildbank trig and back via Moorside Farm.

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