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Training Log Archive: Eilidh

In the 7 days ending Jun 16:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling3 5:14:00 31.88(9:51) 51.3(6:07) 1510
  Running2 1:37:00 6.3(15:24) 10.14(9:34) 500
  S&C1 1:00:00
  Total4 7:51:00 38.18 61.44 2010

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Saturday Jun 15 #

Running 50:00 [3] 5.24 km (9:33 / km) +200m 8:01 / km

Walk Jog with Caitlin up to Albert’s cairn and then out and back the Gelder shiel track for a nice view of lochnagar. Followed by Tarmachan, a river dook and sauna. Couldn’t recommend the Stravaig sauna enough! Incredible views and extremely well priced if there’s a group of you.

Friday Jun 14 #

S&C 1:00:00 [1]

Jill’s s&c - lots of balance, glute, and core

Cycling 2:05:00 [3] 23.0 km (5:26 / km) +600m 4:48 / km

23k for 23! Luke and I biking alongside Kirsty running. Not the weather we’re supposed to have on the 14th of June! Planned the route to be mtb-friendly, but was tough! Would have preferred to run up those hills than bike. Got VERY rainy on Lamahip annd was starting to feel pretty cold annd miserable. Perfect time for Luke to get a flat tire. Pat to the rescue because ofc we didn’t bring a spare. Felt bad that he’d endured the whole ride and didn’t get to do the down hill trails at the end :( Home for birthday lunch and cake.

Wednesday Jun 12 #

Cycling (mtb) 1:09:00 [3] 11.7 km (5:54 / km) +310m 5:12 / km

High burnside natural trails with Luke and Gianluca in Aviemore. No real difference between the reds and blacks it seemed, so quite a lot of pushing was involved at my end and a lot of waiting about on the boys end. Beautiful forest and winding trails which made the ups very enjoyable.

Running 47:00 [3] 4.9 km (9:36 / km) +300m 7:21 / km

Craigellachie with Abbie and Tom from their new house! Quite jealous. A good catch up on one of my fave wee hills.

Monday Jun 10 #

Cycling (Mtb) 2:00:00 [3] 16.6 km (7:14 / km) +600m 6:07 / km

Culblean from redburn. Deesides hardest but most beautiful downhill trail.

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