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Training Log Archive: Callum22

In the 7 days ending Feb 18:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Road Running6 6:39:51 58.29(6:52) 93.81(4:16) 3937
  Trail Running1 1:14:28 11.38(6:33) 18.31(4:04) 1123
  Treadmill Running1 48:32 8.82(5:30) 14.19(3:25)
  Track Running1 30:00 5.79(5:11) 9.32(3:13)
  Total8 9:12:51 84.28(6:34) 135.63(4:05) 5060

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Sunday Feb 18 #

Road Running 1:37:33 [2] 13.54 mi (7:12 / mi) +1098ft 6:41 / mi
shoes: Hoka One One Clayton 2 Kona

Easy 95 minutes on bangors backroads, legs felt pretty heavy to start with but loosened off at the end. Very nice route and thoroughly enjoyable, even being slightly hungover ha ha.

Saturday Feb 17 #

9 AM

Road Running warm up/down 40:25 [3] 6.12 mi (6:36 / mi) +532ft 6:06 / mi
shoes: Hoka One One Clayton 2 Kona

Warm up and cool down from the session at the track, legs felt pretty good today even after the hard session , happy days!

Track Running tempo 30:00 [5] 5.79 mi (5:11 / mi)
shoes: Hoka One One Clayton 2 Kona

30 minute tempo progression, planned to go from 5:40-5:00 so very happy to go from 5:38-4:55 pace. Lovely day, a little windy but sunny weather and even wore a vest! Splits were: 5:38, 5:28, 5:19, 5:08, 4:58, 4:55 ( for .79). Legs felt amazing and felt very comfortable and felt i could have pushed even more. Last two minutes breathing rate was beginning to elevate but legs felt good! Probably the best ive ever felt in a session, very very happy with the results of my training so far. Last 5k was 15:40 also so thats a good time considering i had a fast few miles prior.

Friday Feb 16 #

1 PM

Trail Running 1:14:28 [3] 11.38 mi (6:33 / mi) +1123ft 5:59 / mi
shoes: Hoka One One Clayton 2 Kona

Steady 75 minutes: Ran to Penrhyn park and did 6 large loops of 0.9 mile and then ran home. Each lap had around 100ft of climb so pushed slightly on the hills and relaxed on the descents. Beautiful sunny weather and thoroughly enjoyable, calves still a little sore but once stretched off after they felt alright!

Thursday Feb 15 #

2 PM

Road Running 1:11:35 [3] 10.48 mi (6:50 / mi) +901ft 6:19 / mi

Steady 70 minutes: Nice and cold but sunny with very strong winds. Went out along the hilly back roads then finished down the cycle path, pretty enjoyable. Calves a tad tight but that was expected, felt pretty positive!

Wednesday Feb 14 #

Treadmill Running 48:32 [5] 8.82 mi (5:30 / mi)
shoes: Hoka One One Clayton 2 Kona

Lab work at Bangor Uni: consisted of 2 x 5 minute W/U then 10 mins at 80% of VO2 max (later discovered this was 5:30 min/mile pace) then straight into a 3km time trial completed in (9:20/9:12). Pretty happy as this was blind ( all markers covered) with no motivation in a hand block. Shows i've still got some speed even in this hard block.
VO2 max was calculated at 72.4 L/kg/min and lactate threshold calculated at 5:05 min/mile pace. Pretty good stats.
2 PM

Road Running 40:32 [3] 5.89 mi (6:53 / mi) +567ft 6:18 / mi
shoes: Hoka One One Clayton 2 Kona

Warm up and cool down from the Lab work, legs feeling okay, Pretty heavy afterwards but quite sharp.

Tuesday Feb 13 #

11 AM

Road Running 1:14:17 [4] 11.78 mi (6:18 / mi) +471ft 6:05 / mi
shoes: Hoka One One Clayton 2 Kona

Moderate progressive 75 minutes : Ran to Sefton then completed 4 laps around the park and then ran home. Legs felt great progressing from 6:59-5:55 with even sub 6 minute mileing pace feeling comfortable. Positive signs in amongst a pretty tough block of training!

Monday Feb 12 #

3 PM

Road Running 1:15:29 [3] 10.48 mi (7:12 / mi) +368ft 6:58 / mi
shoes: Hoka One One Clayton 2 Kona

75 minutes easy: Ran with Maddy for the first 45 minutes covering around 10k which was 2 laps of a sunny Sefton Park and then ran round wavertree twice on my own. Legs felt pretty battered but warmed up nicely by the end.

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