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Training Log Archive: SKWilson

In the 7 days ending Nov 24:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Terrain Run2 2:00:17
  Interval Session1 1:14:07
  Road Run1 39:56
  Urban Orienteering1 36:10
  Road Race1 24:06 3.11(7:45) 5.0(4:49)
  Total6 4:54:36 3.11 5.0

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Sunday Nov 24 #

Terrain Run 55:09 [3]

Steady plod up to the 356 Trig going anticlockwise and starting and finishing through the field on a misty and very still Sunday lunchtime in 55:09, with Alice (on her comeback run after several weeks off with sore shins) immediately shooting off into the distance. Dave's car parked in the usual place when we got there, but didn't actually see him on the hill. Spotted a proposed footpath diversion sign at the road crossing which requires some further investigation. Right knee not 100%, but apparently none the worse for going running on it.

Saturday Nov 23 #

9 AM

Road Race race 24:06 [3] 5.0 km (4:49 / km)

Springburn parkrun #279. Steady effort on a damp morning in 24:06.
1 PM

Urban Orienteering race 36:10 [3]

CLYDE AGM Score Event (45 minutes), Milngavie. Steady run round all of the controls in 36:10 on a damp but mild afternoon. A couple of micro-mistakes in the circles at 6 and 7, but otherwise fine. Both knees a bit sore by the end.

Friday Nov 22 #

(rest day)

Long day at work.

Thursday Nov 21 #

Terrain Run 1:05:08 [3]

CLYDE Terrain Run, The Slacks (clockwise), starting and finishing up and down the field with Dave, Iain and Jen on a cool evening in 65:08. Felt rough and struggled at the start, but kept going and didn't feel any worse at the end.

Wednesday Nov 20 #

(rest day)

Tuesday Nov 19 #

Interval Session intervals 1:14:07 [5]

Tough Garscube interval session at Anniesland on a cold and damp evening. Warm up (16:08), 4 x 2 km in between 9:40 and 10:12, warm down (10:00).

Monday Nov 18 #

Road Run 39:56 [2]

Gentle plod from Milngavie Station round the smaller of the Mugdock Reservoirs and back on a frosty evening in 39:54. Very well wrapped up against the cold, and hands cold despite wearing gloves.

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