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Training Log Archive: T-Pain

In the 7 days ending Sep 16:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Intensity3 5:00:00
  low impact training1 2:00:00
  Shake out2 1:00:00
  Long Run1 1:00:00
  Total7 9:00:00

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Saturday Sep 16 #

Intensity 1:30:00 [3]

- Pre act and roll, warm up, more pre act, progression intensity, cool down, hip mobility, strength (151), stretch and roll.
- The intensity was tough, but I felt happy with how hard I pushed myself.
- I don't remember having any unexpected pain during the intensity, but during the cool down my right leg (calf to glute) was getting sharp(ish) pains. My stomach felt iffy for a while after the workout, but not during.

Friday Sep 15 #

Shake out 30:00 [3]

- Easy 30 min run

Thursday Sep 14 #

low impact training 2:00:00 [3]

- Pre act, lower leg strengthening exercises, 15 min bike, 15 barefoot run on turf, 15 min elliptical, sprint technique work and strides (3), strength, stretch and roll.
- Good recovery workout

Wednesday Sep 13 #

Intensity 2:00:00 [3]

- Pre act, roll, warm up, tempo, 30 sec sprints, tempo, cool down, strength (131), stretch and roll.
- Tempo was a struggle, and sprinting on soft grass/ground wasn't great. Overall it was a good workout.
- Slightly more pain in my lower leg, I've started icing.

Tuesday Sep 12 #

Intensity 1:30:00 [3]

- Pre act, warm up, fartlek intensity, cool down, hip mobility, strength (101)
- The first interval was a struggle, but I felt good after. I thought I nailed the level of effort based on how I felt, but I did think I was running slower than usual
- Slight soreness in the front of my lower leg

Monday Sep 11 #

Shake out 30:00 [3]

Easy 30 min shake out

Sunday Sep 10 #

Long Run 1:00:00 [3]

- Pre act, roll, long run, hip mobility, core (push ups and squats, plus some extra exercises for kicks)
- Long run felt good, though my calves and ankles were quite sore from running in spikes.

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