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Training Log Archive: eliskasie

In the 7 days ending May 19:

activity # timemileskm+m
  running8 8:35:09 46.54(11:04) 74.9(6:53) 2428
  Total8 8:35:09 46.54(11:04) 74.9(6:53) 2428

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Sunday May 19 #

11 AM

running 1:22:58 [3] 5.4 km (15:22 / km) +1320m 6:55 / km

6x Kamenec UP! Skiing slope 0.9km/220m. 14:57-14:50-14:09-13:27-13:06-12:40.

Somehow I felt slower and slower but kept going faster and faster. First 1 with Hakis quite chill, second taking it still chill, third one was a mental battle because it was raining and it was only the third one and my legs were already tired, fourth one was good because I met Hakis, fifth one hurt, sixth one hurt even more. My legs were getting progressively stiffer and stiffer after the downhills, but somehow I managed to squeeeeeze. Gooood and fun training! Had a gel and a protein bar, was omnomnom.

running 55:00 [1] 8.3 km (6:38 / km)

7 PM

running 22:30 [1] 3.48 km (6:28 / km)

flat kveldsjogg

Saturday May 18 #

7 PM

running 50:00 [1] 6.9 km (7:15 / km) +337m 5:49 / km

Jabloneček - joggo up to the viewpoints, explored some nice climbing spots!

Friday May 17 #

running 45:42 [1] 7.84 km (5:50 / km)
ahr:130

jogging in the rain without doggggs. body is feeling GOOD so i hope i dont catch the mordor from hakis
4 PM

running 28:15 [1] 4.63 km (6:06 / km)

afternoon lil jog

Thursday May 16 #

running 1:23:00 [2] 12.37 km (6:43 / km) +494m 5:36 / km

smetanka hills crusin’. went home when i got hungry.

Wednesday May 15 #

6 PM

running 30:44 [3] 6.45 km (4:46 / km)

5x trail loop in Malešický. 6:14-2-9-10-9. The second one was unnecessarily fast, the only place I can do my intervals at the right intensity is a treddo :)))))))))).

running 32:00 [1] 5.65 km (5:40 / km)

Monday May 13 #

running 1:25:00 [1] 13.88 km (6:07 / km) +277m 5:34 / km
ahr:126 max:149

testing new trail shoes, body felt good after the weekend. SUPER NICE TRAILS IN PRAGUE WOW!

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