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Training Log Archive: KathrynB

In the 7 days ending Dec 10, 2017:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling1 2:00:00
  Running1 1:10:00
  Orienteering1 59:11
  Gym1 50:00
  Total3 4:59:11

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Sunday Dec 10, 2017 #


Got 2 exams tomorrow, so more thought is going to Anatomy and Cardio & Respiratory than anything else unfortunately...

Thursday Dec 7, 2017 #

(rest day)

---> back to Dublin :(

Wednesday Dec 6, 2017 #

Cycling 2:00:00 [2]

Hired fatbikes from Aviemore with Dad
Aviemore - Loch an Eilein - Loch Morlich - Aviemore
Awesome on these bikes!!! 4.8inch tires

Orienteering 59:11 [3]
shoes: Black Inov8 X-Talons

Northern Night Cup - Mullochard Wood
Genuinely don't think I've been doing enough orienteering lately to be able to manage a night-o like this. Went into it with the aim of keeping focused and getting the control circle right, but in order to nail the control circle, you've got to get yourself to the control circle..... this was my exactly my plan and what I was expecting to see on each leg, just couldn't find any of it... therefore pretty much just did it at a jog as even this was too fast for my nav. Skipped 10-15 too just being wary of time regarding getting a lift home

Tuesday Dec 5, 2017 #

Running 1:10:00 [5]
shoes: Gel Asics Cumulus 17

UCD Athletics..... in Culbin.... with Dad and Jane...
(i.e. just took the session Emmett posted, and did it ourselves)
15 min WU
as much of drills and strides as I could remember
8 min progression tempo [2mins]
15min WD
Tough session, but good to get out and do it. Back sore, mainly on the faster stuff, but felt it stopped me pushing to the 100%, and also felt not very in the rhythm of running, but thats probably to be expected. Other than that a good session

Monday Dec 4, 2017 #

Gym 50:00 [1]

Dan's Spartan class. Good to be back, however did hurt my back (something which has been present for a while, but flared up again recently - going to see a physio when I'm back in Dublin)

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