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Training Log Archive: SKWilson

In the 7 days ending Oct 18:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling2 3:04:46 37.25(4:58) 59.96(3:05) 659
  Orienteering2 1:19:31 6.19(12:51) 9.96(7:59) 267
  Terrain Run2 1:18:42 4.52 7.27 208
  Strength and Conditioning1 45:00
  Total7 6:27:59 47.96 77.18 1134

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Sunday Oct 18 #

10 AM

Orienteering 43:38 [4] 5.13 km (8:31 / km) +151m 7:25 / km

Gleniffer Braes MapRun, Blue (4.1 km) in 43:37. Rough terrain and steep climbs 1 to 8, with misses at 8 and 11. A proper orienteering workout, and I managed not to mispunch and/or punch the finish early like several of the others did.

Saturday Oct 17 #

Strength and Conditioning 45:00 [3]

Strength and Conditioning via Zoom with R.

Friday Oct 16 #

5 PM

Orienteering 35:53 [4] 4.83 km (7:26 / km) +116m 6:38 / km

Dunrod Hill MapRun, Medium (4.2 km) in 35:52. Brisk re-run of the course I test ran back on 2nd September in rather worse conditions. Some route choice variations, and 2 minutes quicker than last time.
6 PM

Terrain Run 30:00 [1]

Gentle walk/jog as a warm down while waiting for Rachel to finish.

Thursday Oct 15 #

5 PM

Cycling 1:43:20 [3] 34.19 km (3:01 / km) +389m 2:52 / km

Bearsden to Milngavie to Strathblane to Devil's Pulpit and back via Queen's View. Very dark by the end. A809 closed at Craigton Road, which meant much less traffic on the road (good!), but required carrying the bike through a field and across a very muddy excavation on the dark (bad!) to get round the road closure itself.

Wednesday Oct 14 #

5 PM

Terrain Run 48:42 [4] 7.27 km (6:42 / km) +208m 5:51 / km

Not-the-CLYDE-terrain-run, Dunellan and Jaw Reservoir at good pace with Dave, Iain, Ty and Thomas. First outing for new Inov8 trail shoes, which felt a bit like slippers but certainly had good grip.

Tuesday Oct 13 #

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Rest day.

Monday Oct 12 #

5 PM

Cycling 1:21:26 [3] 25.76 km (3:10 / km) +270m 3:00 / km

Figure-of-eight loop east of Milngavie towards Torrence then back through Baldernock and Mugdock as the light began to fade.

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