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Training Log Archive: FW

In the 7 days ending Apr 22:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Strength and Core3 55:00
  Cycling1 15:00
  Climbing1 15:00
  OWS1 12:00
  Total5 1:37:00
  [1-5]4 1:22:00

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Sunday Apr 22 #

10 AM

OWS (Openwater) 12:00 [2]

Wee splash in Loch Kinord, very pleasant, and not too cold. Will try to build up to going longer than this.
2 PM

Strength and Core 20:00 [3]

Daily routine. Inc. finger strength exercise

Saturday Apr 21 #


1h moving chuckies and laying slabs in morning, enough to classify as my strength for the day.
Slope soaring RC gliders, first at cairn o mount and then at time cairn. Probably about 2-3km walking in total, never felt much pain in fibula which is really good. More rest and ice required though.

Friday Apr 20 #

11 AM

Climbing 15:00 [0]

Short session at school
4 PM

Cycling (Right Leg) 15:00 [2]

Hard work cycling with one leg. Only using right leg for power, but allowed my self to rest left leg on pedal if I was spinning easily as even just the dead wake of the leg makes it a far more enjoyable/less exhausting experience. Will aim to do a bit of this every day as this is easily manageable.

Strength and Core 15:00 [1]

A bit every day and I'm sure I will notice a difference.

Thursday Apr 19 #

4 PM

Strength and Core 20:00 [1]

Somehow managed to turn up 2h early to work, no point going home, so fitted in a short core session on the boathouse roof. Core not feeling very strong.

Tuesday Apr 17 #


At Physio this morning. Injury almost certainly caused by racing/poor prep/imbalance.

JC noted that my left calf muscle in 3/4 size of right , so certainly part of the issue.

Area on inflammation 4C warmer than other right side, not good, but no signs of stress fracture, so that's a positive.

Plan is to completely rest untill no pain and then a suitable strengthening program to get rid of imbalances.

Monday Apr 16 #


Ankles/tendons in complete agony this morning. Going to see physio. Not good.

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