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Training Log Archive: gruver

In the 7 days ending Feb 3:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Mapping3 9:50:00 23.36(25:15) 37.6(15:41)
  Running2 57:59 5.59(10:22) 9.0(6:27) 140
  Orienteering1 51:46 4.1(12:37) 6.6(7:51)
  Total6 11:39:45 33.06(21:10) 53.2(13:09) 140

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Saturday Feb 3 #

Running race 26:08 [4] 5.0 km (5:14 / km)
shoes: Vasque Grand Traverse

Lower Hutt Parkrun. Very slight southerly barely noticeable on way out. My have helped do a good 4th km. Splits 5.22, 5.19, 5.14, 5.16, 4.57. R H/s a little stiff later in the day, its not right yet.

Thursday Feb 1 #

Running 31:51 [3] 4.0 km (7:58 / km) +140m 6:47 / km
shoes: Vasque Grand Traverse

Home block, intensity poss 2.5. Long dry interrupted by heavy rain (but still warm). Got out in a break, very pleasant. 8.17, 6.07, 8.53, 8.15, 0.19 (.02km)
H/s OK, praps staying off running for a few days plus some of those strengthening exs.

Wednesday Jan 31 #

Mapping 2:52:00 [2] 15.3 km (11:15 / km)
shoes: Specialised #2

Belmont Regional Park again, on bike. Similar loop to Monday picking up different set of fence changes. Noted a lot more clearing which I've got well enuf for MTBO but will need more work for foot-o. If there's a ever a planner brave enough to go down into the big valley. We don't NEED to use the new woolshed ALL the time. Cooler today, perhaps 20deg, quite strong wind and worried that I could lose my 3 sheets of map when I had to reshuffle and reclip onto mapholder.

Tuesday Jan 30 #

Mapping 4:02:00 [1] 9.2 km (26:18 / km)
shoes: Bullers

Last check of map and control sites at Catchpool. High 20's. Bit of weather coming at the end of the week but should be gone by Sunday.

Monday Jan 29 #

Mapping 2:56:00 [2] 13.1 km (13:26 / km)
shoes: Specialised #2

Belmont Regional Park, on bike. Checking tracks and fences, and found quite a bit of improved vegetation. (Farmland, can see a long way, and gorse patches have been cleared, and some hopeless areas fenced off - perhaps they contain native vegetation.) Temp high 20's in the valley but the breeze made it pleasant up there, and there was no incentive for pushing hard.

Sunday Jan 28 #

Orienteering 51:46 [2] 6.6 km (7:51 / km)
shoes: Vasque Grand Traverse

U-Max Eastbourne. Beeline 6.0 actual only 10% longer which surprised me. Not a bad little course making use of beach and a little sand-dune area ("cover all tracks in any order", that was 300m and took about 3min05). R h/string has been making itself felt since last weekend, not a twinge like a year ago but a stiffness after sitting for a while, and dull ache when starting to run, easing as the run goes on.

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