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Training Log Archive: Guisborough1

In the 7 days ending Jul 28:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running3 2:29:02 18.19(8:12) 29.28(5:05) 705
  Orienteering1 1:48:07 7.0(15:27) 11.27(9:36) 363
  Total4 4:17:09 25.19(10:12) 40.54(6:21) 1067

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Sunday Jul 28 #

12 PM

Orienteering 1:48:07 [3] 11.27 km (9:36 / km) +363m 8:16 / km
ahr:132 max:152

Terrible run.

Saturday Jul 27 #

(rest day)

Travel Day.

Friday Jul 26 #

7 PM

Running 32:52 [3] 6.6 km (4:59 / km) +136m 4:31 / km
ahr:129 max:157

Easy out to Hutton Village. 2x Christmas tree hill.

Thursday Jul 25 #

(rest day)

Just not feeling it. Been on the go all day. Wiped out. Boiling hot too.

Wednesday Jul 24 #

5 PM

Running 43:44 [3] 8.18 km (5:21 / km) +202m 4:45 / km
ahr:126 max:146

No Fell race tonight. Too much to do on the Money Pit. Escaped for a very easy 5 at the end of the day. Lots of things to do and not much time left.

Tuesday Jul 23 #

(rest day)

Felt like a 10 year old yesterday. Today I feel like 47. My knees killing. Nice walk in Hutton Lowcross this morning. Weather can't be beaten. Afternoon spent working on the Money Pit.
Got to remember to put some money on Jo Swinson for next PM before I leave.

Monday Jul 22 #


After a bit of research the others were segments. 22nd and 29th on Highcliffe to Percy Rigg. 1 min down on the record holder.....some work to do.
8 PM

Running 1:12:26 [3] 14.49 km (5:00 / km) +368m 4:26 / km
ahr:133 max:164

Funny old run. The plan was 2x (2miles) and 3x (1500m). But after a stomach evac and 1x 2miles and 1x 1500m I decided to mix it up a little and just blast imaginary Strava segments. I definitely think I worked a lot harder. Turns out only one was an actual segment. Placed 3rd in good company. (Actually 4th, but I'm certain 1st was achieved on an e-bike.)
Still struggling with the zones. Going to do a VO2 test a couple of weeks after settling in at Telluride. So the next month is going to be just hit and miss.

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