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Training Log Archive: JCallender

In the 7 days ending Mar 30:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running4 8:10:00 34.0(14:25) 54.72(8:57) 3400
  Cycling2 6:30:00
  Hill Walking1 6:00:00
  Strength & Conditioning1 35:00
  Total8 21:15:00 34.0 54.72 3400

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Saturday Mar 30 #

Running 3:10:00 [3] 14.0 mi (13:34 / mi) +1900m 9:33 / mi
shoes: Salomon Fellraiser

Strawberry Cottage > Stop Coire Na Cloiche > Sgurr Nan Ceathreamhnan.

A nice solo run up some Glen Affric hills on a clear & cold day.

Friday Mar 29 #

11 AM

Hill Walking 6:00:00 [3]

An Socach with Dad, Johnny & Richard. Miserable day.

Thursday Mar 28 #

Strength & Conditioning 35:00 [3]

3 sets of exercises.
6 PM

Running 1:00:00 [3] 5.0 mi (12:00 / mi)
shoes: Salomon Fellraiser

A run along Glen Affric in the evening.

Wednesday Mar 27 #

7 AM

Running 1:00:00 [3] 5.0 mi (12:00 / mi)
shoes: White Adidas Supernova Sequenc

A trot around Catania at dawn.

Tuesday Mar 26 #

12 PM

Cycling 2:30:00 [3] 0.0 mi

Syracuse > Noto > Avola.

Lovely quiet roads by the sea and through the country; scruffy and beautiful.

34 miles.

Monday Mar 25 #

10 AM

Cycling 4:00:00 [3]

Catania > Taormina. Following the coast as I didn't have a map (cheers Amazon). Mostly quiet roads with the odd unpleasant section of main road thrown in. Some exciting descents and nice long climbs. Most of the towns were tacky touristy - more like Brodick on Med than anything else but Taormina was class.

50 miles.

Sunday Mar 24 #

11 AM

Running 3:00:00 [3] 10.0 mi (18:00 / mi) +1500m 12:17 / mi
shoes: White Adidas Supernova Sequenc

Mount Etna - not every day you can run up a real volcano.

Started at Sapienza refuge, ran up to where the bus stops. Tried to carry on to the summit but there was too much snow, so I spent a few hours trotting around the various craters, much to the amazement of the tourists.

Weird feeling every time you went over the lisp of a crater and got a blast of heat from the ground.

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