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Training Log Archive: morgrim

In the 7 days ending Jun 6:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Run4 2:25:00 14.19(10:13) 22.83(6:21)
  Total4 2:25:00 14.19(10:13) 22.83(6:21)

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Sunday Jun 6 #

Run 45:00 [3] 8.5 km (5:18 / km)

George Burke Test Run. Little aches and pains but I think I've crested the 10 miler recovery zone. Try to go back to a 50km-ish week and see how that goes.

Saturday Jun 5 #

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3km swim @ Hazelwood. Felt like I could run today so I'll give it one more day. Probably the lesson here is, after a race, take at least 1 week off with no running.

Sorry about being so flakey with run dates, it would be good to catch up and chat for a bit.

Friday Jun 4 #

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(rest day)

Rest day - Finally just taped my ankle it's hurting just going up and down the stairs. Also, I boycott tennis, I've been playing tennis every day with Isobel and I can't help sprinting for the ball. So that's probably not helping.

Thursday Jun 3 #

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(rest day)

Rest Day - need these shins and ankles to heal already

Wednesday Jun 2 #

Run 29:00 [2] 5.0 km (5:48 / km)

Short n' slow trail run at Hazelwood followed by a 1.5km swim to flap out the ankles. Still feel gassed running up every little hill and sore shins/ankles. Boo!

Tuesday Jun 1 #

Run 32:00 [1] 3.3 km (9:42 / km)

Road run with my youngest (Isobel) after a long warm-up in the park. My ankles are hurting still. Also, I'm switching from miles to kilometers now, just to keep the brain fresh.

You know that math, the "I need 8.3 more km and I have to be home by 11:30am so if I add this trail and that trail at this pace....." kind of math? I feel like it's more fun if you switch between miles and kilometres every few months or so.

Monday May 31 #

Run 39:00 [3] 3.75 mi (10:24 / mi)

Cascades run by myself. Long warmup. Started to feel good again in the last mile.

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