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Training Log Archive: Becks

In the 7 days ending Nov 12, 2006:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling5 3:05:00
  Intervals1 48:09
  Recovery1 46:09
  Total5 4:39:18
averages - rhr:46

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Sunday Nov 12, 2006 #

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(rest day)

Feeling a little better today - earlyish night and should be grand.

Saturday Nov 11, 2006 #

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rhr:46 (rest day)

Rest day - feeling very tired and thick headed, but resting pulse still fine. Rest for the weekend and start again on Monday.

Friday Nov 10, 2006 #

Cycling 30:00 [3]

Super speedy! Still a bit tipsy from club night last night I think :s

Thursday Nov 9, 2006 #

Cycling 35:00 [3]

Just to work and back - enforced rest.

Wednesday Nov 8, 2006 #

Cycling 45:00 [3]

Just cycled to work, then town, then home. Feeling tired, a bit wobbly and overall not great - going to rest until next week I think.

Tuesday Nov 7, 2006 #

Cycling 35:00 [3]

The usual work and back.

Intervals 48:09 [5]
ahr:164 max:188 shoes: Off Road Sauconys

Going to a gig tonight in Glasgow so had to slot intervals into work day. Doing an experiment requiring five mins of attention every hour so unfortunately couldn't fit in full 1 x 5km session. Instead ran to Costorphine and did a Swedish style up and down 6 x 3 mins - was flat out by the last two and heart rate not too bad. Nowhere near as good as a group Meadows session but not a bad substitute for a rushed day. This hard week isn't turning out too well - fallen on the wrong week really.

Monday Nov 6, 2006 #

Cycling 40:00 [3]

Work and back

Recovery 46:09 [2]
ahr:135 max:151 shoes: Off Road Sauconys

Lovely recovery session through Colinton Dell to the supermarket. Even with carrying a ruck sac am noticing definite pace increase at 144 over the last month - on the flat can actually hit a half decent speed now. Beautiful evening catching the last of the sunlight and the moon coming up. Not feeling so stuffy in the evening - need to sort out the flat heating I think.

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