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Training Log Archive: graeme

In the 7 days ending Jul 28:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling5 6:15:00 71.0(5:17) 114.26(3:17)
  Hiking1 1:00:00 4.0(15:00) 6.44(9:19)
  Orienteering1 25:00 1.0(25:00) 1.61(15:32)
  Running1 5:00 0.8(6:15) 1.29(3:53)
  Total6 7:45:00 76.8(6:03) 123.6(3:46)
  [1-5]6 7:20:00

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Sunday Jul 28 #

Cycling 1:40:00 [3] 20.0 mi (5:00 / mi)

Craigmillar, Roslin, Bush loop. Getting slowly more ambitious. Still no prospect of more than rolling along, but left leg has some ability to take
weight now for safer stopping. Humping the bike up the stairs is still a comedy challenge.

Saturday Jul 27 #

Cycling 1:00:00 [3] 12.0 mi (5:00 / mi)

To the fort and back with Jane. Dodgy moment of dizziness coming up the climb from the innocent railway. Had been going OK before then.

Orienteering 25:00 [0] 1.0 mi (25:00 / mi)

Poking around at a new area. Small, with rather more flytipping and Giant Hogweed than one might like. But good by Edinburgh standards.

Friday Jul 26 #

Cycling 1:05:00 [3] 14.0 mi (4:39 / mi)

Around the cycles paths of north Edinburgh with Jane, from 8-9pm. Nice

Wednesday Jul 24 #

Hiking 1:00:00 [1] 4.0 mi (15:00 / mi)

In & out and over to the Liberton sprintelope. Not 100% recovered from biking.

Tuesday Jul 23 #

Cycling 1:30:00 [3] 17.0 mi (5:18 / mi)

Out through Craigmillar, ring road, Roslin and home

Monday Jul 22 #

Cycling 1:00:00 [3] 8.0 mi (7:30 / mi)

To an from the hospital. CAT

Running 5:00 [3] 0.8 mi (6:15 / mi)

Mostly of the way home. In two goes, still breathless after a couple of mins. Plus leg not working, ankle sore because it doesn't respond fast enough to hitting the ground

Note

Dr Cockburn again. Not much progress or understanding about the leg on either side. Words like "extensive" and "Multiple" applied to the PE which presumably are still there. Sounds like recovery will take longer than normal. Second scan showed fluid in the lungs and infarction. Jane says infarction induces the fluid, which inhibits the lung function. This much makes sense.

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