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Training Log Archive: Chris98

In the 7 days ending Feb 4:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Road run3 2:49:11 22.96(7:22) 36.95(4:35) 167
  Track 3 1:55:57 15.49(7:29) 24.93(4:39) 120
  Grass run1 1:03:14 8.77(7:13) 14.11(4:29) 7
  Turbo1 1:00:00
  Grass session1 35:48 6.59(5:26) 10.6(3:23) 81
  Total9 7:24:10 53.81 86.6 374
averages - sleep:7.1

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Sunday Feb 4 #

7 AM

Road run (80’ easy ) 1:20:10 [2] 16.7 km (4:48 / km) +18m 4:46 / km
slept:5.0 shoes: Nike zoom fly

Didn’t sleep well but wanted to get it done early instead off late when we get back. Started very easy and warmed up into it. Glutes and hamstrings tight and sore and could feel hip niggling a little but never painful. May have picked up a tummy bug as very bloated and uncomfortable with bit of diahorea.

Saturday Feb 3 #

12 PM

Track (Warm up) 24:24 [2] 5.54 km (4:24 / km) +88m 4:05 / km
slept:8.0

Ran round the track and did drills and strides.
1 PM

Grass session race (BUCS XC Uxbridge ) 35:48 [5] 10.6 km (3:23 / km) +81m 3:15 / km
shoes: Nike rival XCS

Fairly happy with how it went, think it’s top 70 so not bad but not great, a few lads that I have raced in the past had some really good races. 2 laps in a bunch of fields with a not so short but very steep climb and a river crossing. Stacked it over a lad that fell down in front of me and Kashi fell over me but got up and managed to drag myself up the hill. Got a good position on start line tried my best to go with it but was long way off the business end of the race had to settle for a pace I thought I could hold for duration that at times felt quite slow but at other times I felt I was able to pick it up and push on and ran at a pace that I would have liked to have run the whole race at. Had a really good battle with a lad from Leeds Becket who kept putting in some big shifts. Dan Kashi came up along side me about 150 meters from the finish and was able to move up a gear and stay clear. I think it went as well as it could have just a high quality field. Weakest parts were the climbs especially the big steep hill it hurt to transition immediately from up to down but think I took that bit fairly well, strongest parts were the descents and finishing kick. But felt good to finish and it was a really good event to be part of!
2 PM

Track warm up/down (Warm down) 21:31 [2] 3.96 km (5:26 / km) +21m 5:17 / km

Easy jogging with Kashi round the track.

Friday Feb 2 #

4 PM

Road run (30’ easy + strides) 34:10 [3] 7.05 km (4:51 / km) +5m 4:50 / km
slept:7.0 shoes: Nike zoom fly

Set off at 9:20 this morning arrived around 4pm. Just did 30’ easy as it felt a little late in the day and it was getting dark and cold. Strides felt good.

Thursday Feb 1 #

8 AM

Road run (50' moderate + strides ) 54:51 [3] 8.2 mi (6:41 / mi) +144m 6:21 / mi
slept:8.0 shoes: Nike zoom fly

50' moderate down across Bangor out to Penrhyn Park and back with Cal. good steady pace chatting most of the way round. Feeling a little tired but can rest up today and tomorrow quite easily. Football pitch not great for diagonals at the moment so did strides in front of the house which felt pretty good.

Wednesday Jan 31 #

4 PM

Grass run (60' easy + strides) 1:03:14 [3] 8.77 mi (7:13 / mi) +7m 7:12 / mi
slept:7.0 shoes: #2 s-lab sense ultra

60' easy with Cal round the field, slightly muddy but not to bad. Feeling good and moving well on the strides.

Tuesday Jan 30 #

11 AM

Track (20'easy+fartlek+20'easy) 1:10:02 intensity: (1:04:29 @2) + (5:33 @5) 9.59 mi (7:18 / mi) +10m 7:17 / mi
slept:7.0 shoes: Nike rival XCS

20' + Fartlek: 10 x 200m in 34'' or faster (2'30'' easy) + 20' easy.
Felt quite tired today but got it done didn't feel especially good but felt like I was moving well enough.
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Monday Jan 29 #

11 AM

Turbo (60’ turbo ) 1:00:00 [3]
ahr:128 max:172 slept:8.0

60’ turbo, progressive up to 40’ and back down for last 20’ feeling a lot better today.

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