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Training Log Archive: Han-nah

In the 7 days ending Feb 11:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running (off road)3 5:11:36 29.45(10:35) 47.4(6:34) 942
  Gym 2 2:00:00
  Running (road)2 1:37:10 11.28(8:37) 18.15(5:21) 268
  Total5 8:48:46 40.73 65.55 1210

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Sunday Feb 11 #

Running (off road) 54:38 [4] 10.0 km (5:28 / km) +119m 5:09 / km

WU, 2x 15min tempo, WD
Pre nights standard along the canal

Friday Feb 9 #

Running (off road) (Long run) 3:28:29 [3] 28.8 km (7:14 / km) +654m 6:30 / km

Long one on Ilkley, legs felt ggggrrrr8, wind was irritating, stomach was NOT impressed from 20-25km.
Enjoyed it but need to play around with food, maybe the amount of creme eggs consumed was a tad excessive and not conducive to not feeling vommy.

Thursday Feb 8 #

Running (road) (HFW) 25:31 [3] 4.75 km (5:22 / km) +63m 5:02 / km

Was meant to go yoga from 8-9 but got let go early and didnt fancy fannying around the gym for 45 minutes after a soaking in the rain with post long day feels

Tuesday Feb 6 #

Gym 1:00:00 [3]

Arms, abs and core

Running (road) (P&B intervals) 1:11:39 [5] 13.4 km (5:21 / km) +205m 4:58 / km

WU, 8x800m jog recovery (some faster than should have been in hind sight), WD

Only lass, enjoyed it, this I was faster than last time I did this session.

Keep needing a wee after the first rep which is irritating, must try not to realise I'm a bit dehydrated a few hours before going to running

Monday Feb 5 #

Gym (Squat rack) 1:00:00 [4]

Finished nights and straight to the gym
Squats
8x30kg, 8x40kg, 8x50kg, 4x55kg

Lunges
8x30kg, 6x35kg, 6x35kg on each leg

Deadlifts
8x55kg 4x60kg 4x60kg

Having not done anything on the racks since before Christmas I'm fairly pleased, edging closer to that 60kg squat!

Running (off road) (Golf course loop) 48:29 [3] 8.6 km (5:38 / km) +169m 5:08 / km

Took some persuasion from Vickie and Rosie but dragged myself out the door for a quick loop of the gold course.

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