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Training Log Archive: AdamConway

In the 7 days ending Sep 16:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hiking1 5:00:00 11.81(25:25) 19.0(15:47)
  Running2 1:32:09 5.42 8.73
  Orienteering2 1:09:55 6.84(10:14) 11.0(6:21)
  MTB1 30:00 4.35(6:54) 7.0(4:17)
  Total6 8:12:04 28.42 45.73

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Saturday Sep 16 #

Hiking 5:00:00 [3] 19.0 km (15:47 / km)

Day 1 of our DofE qualifying expedition over nice, hilly countryside. Walk was ok, however some of my team members were a bit floppy by the end (of DAY 1!) I'm used to travelling so my bag didn't weigh as much as some, even when I was carrying a tent the whole way round!

Friday Sep 15 #

Note
(rest day)

Thursday Sep 14 #

4 PM

Running 47:09 [4] 8.73 km (5:24 / km)

Lovely run back from school. Felt great with only a small stitch halfway through.

Wednesday Sep 13 #

5 PM

Running intervals 45:00 [3]

New training session on grass track doing intervals. We gauged how our pace was and tested 7,8,9 / 10 of our ability. We put that into our intervals, increasing difficulty as we progressed.


{30secs of intensity 7
20secs of intensity 8
10secs of intensity 9}
x5 reps

{1min of intesity 7/10
30secs of intensity 9/10}
x2 reps

{1min of intesity 7/10
45secs of intensity 9/10}
x1 rep

Tuesday Sep 12 #

Orienteering 35:00 [3] 5.5 km (6:22 / km)

Light GO Bananas training, 10 controls around Stoke Park North map-memory. No mistakes only vegetation was really thick!

Monday Sep 11 #

MTB hills 30:00 [4] 7.0 km (4:17 / km)

Nice terrain and road mountain biking. Felt pretty good and I enjoy cross-training.

Sunday Sep 10 #

5 AM

Orienteering race 34:55 [5] 5.5 km (6:21 / km)

Peter Palmer Relays:

Lovely run. Really happy about my result (3rd leg 1). The course was nice but easy on Sutton Park as terrain was simple and fairly flat. Being night was fine as training beforehand helped to get used to it again.
Shout out to Dan Spencer for tanking it round 1 minute ahead of anyone.

Map:
http://ibb.co/naMLPF

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