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Training Log Archive: UltraJaney

In the 7 days ending Sep 16:

activity # timemileskm+m
  60 minutes Easy1 1:00:00
  Nordic Walking1 1:00:00
  Andy Webster Memorial Run1 27 3.0(9) 4.83(6)
  REST DAY5 5
  Total8 2:00:32 3.0 4.83
  [1-5]3 2:00:27
averages - sleep:10.7

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Saturday Sep 16 #

REST DAY 1 [0]
(rest day)

Friday Sep 15 #

REST DAY 1 [0]
(rest day)

Thursday Sep 14 #

REST DAY 1 [0]
(rest day)

Wednesday Sep 13 #

Nordic Walking 1:00:00 [2]
slept:9.0 shoes: Scott Kinabalu 2

1 hour's Nordic Walking along the canal at Stone. 4 miles in distance.

I had a better night's sleep which I think is due to yesterday's trip to West Kirby. I did some brisk walking and that plus the sea air knocked me out so I slept like a log! Felt better for it.
6 PM

60 minutes Easy 1:00:00 [3]
slept:8.0 shoes: Scott Kinabalu 2

A 1 hour easy paced run with my club - Newcastle (Staffs) AC.

We did 4.5 miles followed by a cool down walk.

Tuesday Sep 12 #

REST DAY warm up/down 1 [0]
slept:7.0 (rest day)

Monday Sep 11 #

7 PM

Andy Webster Memorial Run 27 [2] 3.0 mi (9 / mi)
slept:8.0 shoes: Scott Kinabalu 2

Andy Webster Memorial Run

This is an annual event at my club, Newcastle (Staffs) AC. Andy Webster was a popular member who died of cancer 10 years ago. The club organises a 5K run each year in his memory. It is one of those events where you don't wear a watch or a Garmin - you have to guess a time for 5K and the person who is nearest to their estimated time wins.

This is held on a flat cycle path alongside the club so completely traffic-free and easy to run on. I was going to take it easy but ended up pushing it a bit. I am definitely not 'race sharp' at the moment - felt tired, stiff and a bit tense so my running was not relaxed or flowed. I estimated 30:35 but ended up running 27 minutes so 9 min/miling which isn't too bad. I don't feel springy or light on my feet but am putting that down to stress caused by the events of the last two to three weeks.

Sunday Sep 10 #

REST DAY intervals 1 [0]
(rest day)

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