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Training Log Archive: BradLund

In the 7 days ending May 19:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Stationary bike3 3:00:37403.3
  Strength2 1:10:00210.0
  Running1 35:49 4.15(8:37) 6.68(5:21)113.9
  Total6 4:46:26 4.15 6.68727.2
averages - weight:76.4kg

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Sunday May 19 #

Strength 35:00 [3]
shoes: Inov8 X Talon 212

Friday May 17 #

Strength 35:00 [3]
shoes: Inov8 X Talon 212

Thursday May 16 #

7 PM

Running 35:49 intensity: (15 @1) + (2:02 @2) + (24:35 @3) + (8:57 @4) 6.68 km (5:21 / km)
ahr:149 max:159 shoes: Nike Pegasus 31

At least it was an actual run :)

Achilles was better today so decided to go for a run.

Physio report said I have slight flat feet. Which leads to over pronation. Which can put extra strain on Achilles.

Will see how it feels in the morning

Wednesday May 15 #

5 PM

Stationary bike 1:00:00 intensity: (17:11 @1) + (21:40 @2) + (12:00 @3) + (9:09 @4)
ahr:124 max:164 weight:76.4kg

with 2 * 12 min tempoish efforts

Tuesday May 14 #

5 PM

Stationary bike 1:00:02 intensity: (21:58 @1) + (22:02 @2) + (7:05 @3) + (8:53 @4) + (4 @5)
ahr:120 max:172

12 min warm up

6*2min on 2min off
1 * 1min at the end.

Achilles been bad since sprint Scotland. So training was bad last week. Overall was a bit fatigued anyway.

So will be on the bike until it settles down a bit. Went to the physio at lyfehealth Bournemouth near me. And it was super fancy with loads of techy stuff!

Did a one leg squat on each leg and it picks up the knee bend angles you reach on each leg and I'm sure some other interesting stats. Also had a foot pad which I walked over a couple of times to measure the foot arch.

Left side generally a little weaker than the right. Getting results and a treatment plan for Achilles tomorrow. Interested to see what they say.


Monday May 13 #

5 PM

Stationary bike 1:00:35 intensity: (8:35 @1) + (17:33 @2) + (34:27 @3)
ahr:131 max:151

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