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Training Log Archive: andrews

In the 7 days ending Feb 7:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Running3 1:36:00 12.15(7:54) 19.55(4:55) 298284.8
  Cycling2 1:20:49 15.31(11.4/h) 24.64(18.3/h) 415147.0
  Orienteering1 52:20 3.47(15:04) 5.59(9:22) 265148.3
  Total6 3:49:09 30.93(7:25) 49.78(4:36) 978580.2
  [1-5]6 3:46:31

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Sunday Feb 7 #

11 AM

Orienteering 52:20 intensity: (35 @0) + (5:22 @1) + (14:14 @2) + (22:50 @3) + (7:51 @4) + (1:28 @5) 5.59 km (9:22 / km) +265m 7:34 / km
ahr:159 max:218

Woke up yesterday and really struggled to walk down the stairs, so that combined with the weather being grim meant I didn't feel like leaving the house. At half past midnight I did feel like I needed to at least stretch my legs, so I set out on short walk, hamstrings on low walls and then calves against the side of Preston Baker letting agents. After a minute or two an ambulance was driving slowly then pulled up alongside me, asking if I was alright. I said I was and that I was just stretching my calves as they were very tight. He replied "ah right, I thought you were listening to the wall". I then went back to listening to the wall since I think it looks less weird than smelling the wall.

I woke up today still very tight (mainly calf muscles) but got out to Calverley for some orienteering, running the 2018 blue course. Slow because I couldn't run very fast, got confused with 1 as it looked like a path, and overshot 4. Then about alright untill 17, 18, 19 when I came in from 16 hitting pathing a path which wasn't the right one, then couldn't figure out the ruins. I thought 18 was where 17 probably should have been, then came in to attack 19 and didn't know where I was. Carried on to 20 from there and enjoyed being around big cliffs for a little bit. A tricky little area with the cliffs and rocky ground, made harder in places with an out of date map. I could feel my foot pain a little, but I don't know how much because my legs were hurting more. Will need to get out on some proper bike rides next week I think.

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Friday Feb 5 #

1 PM

Running 3:07 intensity: (35 @1) + (2:31 @2) + (1 @3) 0.55 km (5:40 / km) +18m 4:52 / km
ahr:146 max:154

Running 17:01 intensity: (23 @0) + (30 @3) + (13:56 @4) + (2:12 @5) 5.07 km (3:21 / km)
ahr:182 max:191

I don't think I've ran a kilometer faster than 4:30 since September until today. Not sure I can claim this one as a pb haha, through 5km in 16:08 (my quickest by 1:08). Interestingly I had no foot pain whatsoever, although calves are sore now. It does open the door to doing intervals if I fancied it now though, but I'll try and do some bike based ones first to get back into it.
6 PM

Cycling 14:30 [2] 3.92 km (16.2 kph) +103m

Thursday Feb 4 #

1 PM

Cycling 1:06:19 intensity: (59 @0) + (26:09 @1) + (17:58 @2) + (20:26 @3) + (42 @4) + (5 @5) 20.71 km (18.7 kph) +312m
ahr:139 max:194

Nearly crashed head on with a car when I was turning onto a side street, I was annoyed that I didn't have a horn but they did and used it, even after I had managed to cut up onto the pavement to avoid them.

Wednesday Feb 3 #

8 AM

Running 41:21 intensity: (9 @0) + (2:34 @1) + (7:36 @2) + (26:44 @3) + (3:48 @4) + (30 @5) 7.62 km (5:25 / km) +154m 4:56 / km
ahr:160 max:207

Mentally very tough to get up, but for once I'm pleased I did. Enjoying the snow whilst it's still around. First time I've managed to get across the dual carriageway on a run since May I think. Foot started hurting after about 30 minutes at a 1. 26:49 advance on my 5km time, 12 seconds off.

Monday Feb 1 #

1 PM

Running 34:31 intensity: (32 @0) + (4:44 @1) + (17:33 @2) + (8:58 @3) + (1:52 @4) + (52 @5) 6.3 km (5:29 / km) +126m 4:59 / km
ahr:151 max:192

27:01 opening bid for this week's 5km challenge. Foot hurt walking around the house, but fine when running. That's nice. Also felt dizzy but didn't let myself stop to actually notice it properly - vision a bit weird at points and feeling weak but nothing I couldn't push through.

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