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Training Log Archive: broccolisa

In the 7 days ending Mar 24:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Long and/or hilly walk2 2:15:00 4.72(28:35) 7.6(17:46)
  ITB various3 1:30:00
  Running3 19:00 0.81 1.3
  Total4 4:04:00 5.53 8.9

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Sunday Mar 24 #

Long and/or hilly walk (Blackburn) 1:10:00 [0] 3.5 km (20:00 / km)
shoes: Green winter boots

No issues today.

ITB various (physio homework) 30:00 [0]

exercises

Saturday Mar 23 #

Running 8:00 [0] 1.3 km (6:09 / km)
shoes: Brooks

No issues today.

Kicked it up to a whopping 8 minutes today! 10K -- I mean, 10 minutes -- here I come!

Decided it's time to start tracking (approximate) distance too.

A touch of grass to run on in one spot, otherwise asphalt.

8 x (1 minute run, 30 sec walk) consec

ITB various 30:00 [0]

stretching + rolling

Long and/or hilly walk (Blackburn) 1:05:00 [0] 4.1 km (15:51 / km)
shoes: Green winter boots

No issues today.

No hills at all, but a whole lot of randomly sinking up to my knees.

Friday Mar 22 #

Note

Came across a couple of nifty/free orienteering match game apps. Riding the bus will be even more fun now!
- O-Symbols
- O-Puzzle

Thursday Mar 21 #

Running 6:00 [0]
shoes: Adidas Kanadia TR 4

No issues today.

Brought the dogs along today so my form may have suffered a wee bit, juggling leashes etc.

6 x (1 minute run, 30 sec walk) consec

ITB various (physio homework) 30:00 [0]

stretching & rolling

Stressful and very busy week with hardly any sleep so didn't get much activity in. Back to normal now, phew!

Monday Mar 18 #

Running 5:00 [0]
shoes: Brooks

No issues today.

Did a bunch of googling itb things yesterday, including running form and its possible impact on itb health. So, today tried implementing some tweaks: More leaning forward but while remaining upright/tall, landing midfoot with the foot under or behind the hips. Not sure I was actually implementing these things right -- it felt like my knees were hardly bending compared to my normal way of running -- but actually, it felt pretty comfortable.

Planning to go for an actual gait analysis too, such as to see about shoe type. Trying to pull out all the stops in the hopes of not having a recurrence.

5 x (1 minute run, 30 sec walk) consec

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