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Training Log Archive: Bomb

In the 7 days ending Apr 14:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering3 4:18:00
  Cycling1 2:30:00
  Running2 2:20:00
  pilates2 2:00:00
  Total6 11:08:00

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Sunday Apr 14 #

Orienteering race 1:28:00 [4]

Oy at paperback flats. Good new (old?) area. Not sure if it's part of the old Springfield map. Fairly runnable with interesting rock and erosion. Legs were heavy and the running got pretty tough. I was also not navigating confidently so weaved more than i should have. Did a dumb extra lap on 6. Overall better than the last few outings. Sore legs but no specific hammy issues.

Orienteering warm up/down 1:00:00 [2]

Run to start and control collection

Saturday Apr 13 #

Running long 1:50:00 [3]

Bunya mountains trail run with lance and Wendy. Great running conditions but legs were a bit tired. Can't think why.

Friday Apr 12 #

pilates 1:00:00 [1]

Physio Pilates

Cycling 2:30:00 [3]

Plan a was to go to the north end of the Brisbane valley rail trail and ride back to meet Dan and do the last bit together... but he beat me to the end by an hour. So i ended up riding from near yarraman up to the bunyas. Nice ride with some good gravel sections. The climb at the end was brutal.

Thursday Apr 11 #

Orienteering 35:00 [3]

Bardon park. mostly tracks. hammy/glute/back unhappy and had to walk the steeper hills. really need to spend this afternoon stretching etc, but have too much work to do, so will sit at the computer and it will all get worse....

Running warm up/down 30:00 [1]

Wednesday Apr 10 #

Orienteering 1:15:00 [3]

Field checking the map for the sprint champs at uq gatton so went for a run at woodlands. Re ran a course from an event a few years ago. Hot out, but good to get some terrain time in. Tried to focus on using glutes and avoiding overloading hammies on hills. Seemed to work ok.

Tuesday Apr 9 #

pilates 1:00:00 [1]

physio pilates. massage afterwards

Monday Apr 8 #


flu shot

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