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Training Log Archive: SKWilson

In the 7 days ending Sep 27:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling2 1:58:44 26.41(4:30) 42.51(2:48) 419
  Orienteering1 1:18:37 3.85(20:24) 6.2(12:41)
  Terrain Run1 1:00:33 4.84(12:31) 7.78(7:47) 234
  Strength and Conditioning1 49:00
  Urban Orienteering1 37:19 4.45(8:23) 7.17(5:12) 51
  Total6 5:44:13 39.55 63.66 704

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Sunday Sep 27 #

Orienteering 1:18:37 [4] 6.2 km (12:41 / km)

MAROC Local Event, Cambus O'May, Blue (6.2 km) in 78:37. First proper orienteering event since March! Great to be out in a proper forest for a proper race, but I was very rusty and missed 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 before I started to get my "sea legs" and then only lost significant time on a poor route choice 14-15.

Saturday Sep 26 #

Strength and Conditioning 49:00 [4]

Strength and Conditioning via Zoom with R.

Friday Sep 25 #

6 PM

Cycling 43:29 [3] 16.75 km (2:36 / km) +150m 2:29 / km

Brisk cycle from Bearsden to Clydebank and then Anniesland and back to Bearsden in the gathering gloom.

Thursday Sep 24 #

6 PM

Urban Orienteering race 37:19 [4] 7.17 km (5:12 / km) +51m 5:02 / km

CLYDE Urban Event, Milngavie, Long (5.1 km straight line, 7.17 km on the ground) in 37:19. Nice course planned by Emma with some tricky route choices. Small wobbles at 1, 2 and 7-8, and some sub-optimal route choices. A nice workout, and good to chat (in a socially distanced way) with club members in person. Winning time 26:50 by Thomas.

Wednesday Sep 23 #

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(rest day)

Rest day.

Tuesday Sep 22 #

6 PM

Terrain Run 1:00:33 [3] 7.78 km (7:47 / km) +234m 6:46 / km

Steady round the 356 Trig (anticlockwise) on a damp and blustery early evening in the gathering gloom. Pretty wet underfoot. Knees a bit delicate.

Monday Sep 21 #

6 PM

Cycling 1:15:15 [3] 25.75 km (2:55 / km) +269m 2:47 / km

Figure-of-eight through Baldernock in the gathering gloom. Very surprised to have no ill-effects from yesterday, showing that it is the downhills which evidently cause all the problems the day after a hill race!

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