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Training Log Archive: bun

In the 7 days ending Sep 17:

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  running7 4:41:03
  orienteering2 1:48:55
  Total7 6:29:58

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Sunday Sep 17 #

11 AM

running warm up/down 35:00 [3]

orienteering race 1:13:00 [4]

Vic long. Stuffed my win streak today :( made so many dumb dumb mistakes...so that's quite disappointing. Ah well

Saturday Sep 16 #

1 PM

running warm up/down 40:00 [3]

Did quite a long warm up and down.....maybe a bit too long because now I'm tired. And also had to collect controls

orienteering race 35:55 [4]

Vic middle champs. Had a pretty good run, but made a couple of small mistakes and did some stupid zig zags in the middle of the longer legs. It was really fun though! Didn't feel super sprightly running and actually felt a little sick during the first half :/ hope I feel faster tomorrow...

Friday Sep 15 #

3 PM

running intervals 45:21 [4]
(sick)

Half a mona in Ballarat. Felt good, cold is not getting any worse but I had a TERRIBLE sleep last night because I couldn't stop thinking about post docs/where I want to live next year. Bleugh

Thursday Sep 14 #

8 AM

running 30:00 [3]
(sick)

Ez down the river. Felt ok. Wanted to run again this evening but had a busy day and ran out of time :( should probably get rid of this cold anyway...

Wednesday Sep 13 #

8 AM

running 30:00 [3]
(sick)

Ez down the river. Felt ok
6 PM

running 1:03:21 [3]
(sick)

Ez up the river w some faster sections. Felt ok running, don't think I made my cold any worse. But was debating for ages whether I'd force an interval session......probably made the correct (safe!) decision

Tuesday Sep 12 #

Note
(sick) (rest day)

Long day and felt a cold coming on....

Monday Sep 11 #

4 PM

running 37:21 [3]

Ez at passchendaele. Was so preoccupied with the thought of snakes (a bit nervous after yesterday!) that I ran straight into a pig with piglets :/ no thank you...

Felt ok

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