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Training Log Archive: PeterM

In the 7 days ending Sep 8:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running6 3:36:08 26.84(8:03) 43.19(5:00) 723
  Orienteering3 1:24:25 5.96(14:10) 9.59(8:48) 270
  Total7 5:00:33 32.8(9:10) 52.78(5:42) 994

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Sunday Sep 8 #

11 AM

Running warm up/down 10:46 [3] 2.01 km (5:21 / km) +74m 4:31 / km
ahr:152 max:174

Orienteering 29:41 [3] 4.18 km (7:06 / km) +171m 5:54 / km
ahr:163 max:187

SOL @ Drummond Hill - Green.

Wanted to get some terrain time under my belt but not too much, so entered green and took it at an ok pace. Wore the brace. Ankle pain varied between mostly 0 and sometimes 1-2 out of 10.
Was such a nice area and was navving really well with only a few wee 15 sec hesitations. Any steep slopes or rough bits I slowed down for which worked well. Very enjoyable.

Running warm up/down 1:13 [3] 0.21 km (5:51 / km)
ahr:139 max:159

Saturday Sep 7 #

9 AM

Running 23:35 [3] 3.91 km (6:02 / km) +226m 4:41 / km
ahr:162 max:176

Nice pre-training run with Louis up to Grandtully hill top which had some seriously nice sunny views to Schiehallion and beyond

Orienteering 20:45 [3] 2.12 km (9:48 / km) +24m 9:17 / km
ahr:149 max:164

Bit of dip in the terrain with Louis - good with ankle

Running 5:14 [3] 0.91 km (5:46 / km)
ahr:161 max:166

1 PM

Orienteering 33:59 [3] 3.29 km (10:20 / km) +76m 9:16 / km
ahr:136 max:162

3 armed relay. Got through relatively unscathed until the last control...

Friday Sep 6 #

11 AM

Running 36:22 [3] 8.14 km (4:28 / km) +41m 4:22 / km
ahr:159 max:187 shoes: Brooks Ghost 11

Embargo skirting cruise down the leith. Taped the ankle - it felt fine

Wednesday Sep 4 #

3 PM

Running 46:07 [3] 8.02 km (5:45 / km) +225m 5:03 / km
ahr:158 max:177

Lovely run round Corstorphine Woods after school. Felt like I was gonna throw up with a really tight knot in my chest between 10-20mins in but that cleared and I just went got myself lost on some very tasty trails. Really enjoyed it as a warm up for xc

Running warm up/down 6:05 [3] 1.02 km (5:59 / km)
ahr:143 max:152

Running race 9:43 [3] 2.82 km (3:27 / km) +72m 3:03 / km
ahr:156 max:190

XC @ MES. Was a pretty positive experience in that I felt good for this which is alright on a slow hily course. Came third which was to be expected.
Have tried the ankle brace yesterday and today. Was fine on the slow runs but got some nasty rubbing during the race. Don’t think it works as well with a narrower shoe (I was wearing inov8s) so might research a possible alternative..

Running warm up/down 9:39 [3] 1.32 km (7:19 / km) +18m 6:51 / km
ahr:170 max:178

Tuesday Sep 3 #

3 PM

Running 23:53 [3] 4.79 km (4:59 / km) +13m 4:55 / km
ahr:156 max:175

Rubbish

Monday Sep 2 #

3 PM

Running 43:31 [3] 10.04 km (4:20 / km) +56m 4:13 / km
ahr:166 max:186 shoes: Brooks Ghost 11

Set out with the intention of some lovely Inverleith park laps, then as I was going down the cycle path realised that it was some time in September when the new stricter embargo rules came into effect.
Checked my phone and sure enough I was not allowed in there from yesterday onwards (but I never went in so it’s fine) so aborted the plan and just settled for a shitty 5k out and back. What a run!
Gonna try and get an exemption for the Inverleith Park embargo cos it will have a big big impact on my training if I can’t use it, not to mention that I won’t be allowed to do any XC league races or actually go to my own school playing fields!! I also highly highly doubt it will be used, namely cos it’s not an orienteering area at all. Worth a try at least

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