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Training Log Archive: vijurks

In the 7 days ending Apr 29:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running3 3:01:20 17.96(10:06) 28.9(6:16)
  Pilates1 45:00
  Total4 3:46:20 17.96 28.9
  [1-5]3 3:01:20
averages - sleep:5.7

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Friday Apr 27 #

7 AM

Running (Buiviai) 32:00 [3] 5.2 km (6:09 / km)
ahr:153 max:166 slept:6.0 shoes: Aisics GEL

BBA

Wednesday Apr 25 #

Running (Bražuolė) 1:05:50 [4] 9.0 km (7:19 / km)
ahr:171 max:182

Military orienteering champs. In military uniform. The biggest goal qas to finish in 1.5h and not to get the heels damaged, as had pretty heavy shoes. Orienteering went more less ok, except when followed unmapped road to 7 and ended up at 4. Also some unoptimal route choices - when went went straight through forest instead following road. In the end got only one blister on the right heel, but not too bad. seems being lazy, not pushing because it can damage my heels maybe payed off.
Lost around 25min to Svajunas and 10 to Sandra.

Tuesday Apr 24 #

Running intervals (KP) 12:30 [5] 3.4 km (3:41 / km)
max:187 slept:6.0 shoes: Green-Asics

1600 + 2x400 + 5x200. Plan was 5x400, but still didnt feel well, so took easier and jumped into Vida's session. On the 1.6 went ok- it felt maybe a bit faster than supposed tempo, but didnt want to go much slower than 4min/km. The first 400 felt ok, but already on the 2nd slowed down a lot and lactate didnt feel so comfortable. So got permission to take easier - continued with Vida's 200's. It felt really nice and comfortable - pushed a bit harder on the last.
At least HR is getting back to normal little by little.
Physio check after - seems right leg problems I had last week is foot-achilles-sides related. At least got a bit loosen up and know how to tape it
6.22 - 1.21 - 1.24 - 40- 41 -42 - 39 - 37

Running warm up/down (+rec) 1:11:00 [3] 11.3 km (6:17 / km)
shoes: Green-Asics

Monday Apr 23 #

Pilates 45:00 [0]
slept:5.0

Gentle sauna after

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