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Training Log Archive: lyds101

In the 7 days ending Mar 31:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Run5 4:20:12 30.84(8:26) 49.63(5:15) 533
  Hike1 2:28:15 5.93(24:59) 9.55(15:31) 436
  Gym1 1:10:00
  Total7 7:58:27 36.77 59.18 969

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Sunday Mar 31 #

Hike 2:28:15 [1] 9.55 km (15:31 / km) +436m 12:38 / km

hike in Cercedilla with Mario

Saturday Mar 30 #

Run tempo 1:07:19 [4] 12.81 km (5:15 / km) +150m 4:58 / km

loooool what idiot goes out in the midday sun thinking they're gonna be alright one week into living in the heat of Madrid.

after a rough middle patch and wondering whether or not to even do the final effort, I finished it pretty well. sweaty mess but maybe a bit tanned?...

2mins, 3mins, 5mins x 2 with half recoveries (jogging, mostly...)

strava title said: guiri asada and for those who "no speako espaƱolo" (@alex Carcas) it means roasted foreigner.

Friday Mar 29 #

Run 55:35 [3] 10.01 km (5:33 / km) +155m 5:09 / km

easy recovery round the royal palace and el parque del oeste

Thursday Mar 28 #

Run intervals 1:06:14 [4] 12.77 km (5:11 / km) +123m 4:57 / km

3.8km warm up to the retiro:

5 x 500m with jbr

a bit hot like! but good nonetheless!

4.3km c/d

Wednesday Mar 27 #

Gym 1:10:00 [3]

big gym session with my Spanish mum, Ingrid.

Tuesday Mar 26 #

6 PM

Run warm up/down 6:49 [3] 1.3 km (5:15 / km)

Run 8:32 [3] 1.7 km (5:01 / km)

warm up at the track

Run intervals 6:55 [5] 2.11 km (3:17 / km)

3 x 400m, 3 x 200m with standing still recovery and taking hr after 2 mins of rec. Interesting session, and felt very much like being in Tim and Lee's group down at Reading AC when I was younger... either way, good for speed, especially if I'm fancying some track in the summer.

times: 79,78,77.... 37,35,35

Run 12:21 [3] 2.29 km (5:24 / km)

warm down and jog for the bus

Monday Mar 25 #

Run 36:27 [3] 6.64 km (5:29 / km) +105m 5:05 / km

route from Ivan's house in La Latina to the lake in Casa de Campo, barely touching what is left to explore of this MASSIVE park. I'd say it's orienteering heaven but maybe that's a step too far.
Feeling a bit tired so kept short, after my first day at work n all.

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