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Training Log Archive: schnitzer

In the 7 days ending Oct 18:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling2 2:08:05 31.63(4:03) 50.9(2:31) 335
  Running2 1:58:40 11.31(10:30) 18.2(6:31)
  Rowing2 39:20 5.84(6:44) 9.4(4:11)
  Total4 4:46:05 48.78(5:52) 78.5(3:39) 335
averages - weight:93.4kg

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Sunday Oct 18 #

1 PM

Rowing (indoor) 21:20 [2] 5.0 km (4:16 / km)
ahr:128 max:147

Level 0.

Running hills (xc/terrain) 28:00 [3] 3.1 km (9:02 / km)
ahr:146 max:158 shoes: walsh pb trainer

Forced myself out for half a lap of my hills route after the row, good to do a hill session at least once a week plus this also makes 2 runs, 2 rides and 2 rows. Nice and balanced.

Saturday Oct 17 #

3 PM

Cycling long (road) 1:41:05 [2] 40.4 km (2:30 / km) +265m 2:25 / km
ahr:138 max:157 shoes: schwalbe marathon

Around the national park route.

This actually went pretty well considering, died a bit over the last 5km but not surprising after unexpectedly fast 25-30 and 30-35 splits.

Thursday Oct 15 #

4 PM

Cycling (road) 27:00 [1] 10.5 km (2:34 / km) +70m 2:29 / km
ahr:126 max:146 shoes: schwalbe marathon

Rowing intervals (indoor) 18:00 [2] 4.4 km (4:05 / km)
ahr:130 max:155

Level 0.

3 times...
3:00 2:10/500m @25spm
2:00 2:00/500m @30spm
1:00 1:55/500m @35spm
...with 2:00 rest in between.

Wednesday Oct 14 #

Note

Went to have an ultrasound done on my ankle today.

Good news is that it doesn't look like I need it opened up and have bits scraped away or taken out.

Bad news is that there are 3 compartments full of fluid and one of them is the worst the specialist had ever seen. Massive inflammation. Probably that 15km run yesterday that did that.

I think overall however the news is quite positive as there are lots of methods to bring down inflammation. No wonder taking a naproxen tablet before running is magical.

Next step is an appointment with the physio next Wednesday and one with orthopedic doctor on the Friday after that. I do wonder if I am doing the right thing with the tablets, like maybe the strategy to take a tablet before running was a bad one and the strategy to not to take any tablets at all is also a bad one. Maybe I should be taking an anti-inflammatory tablet AFTER exercise.

Tuesday Oct 13 #

11 AM

Running long (road/xc) 1:30:40 [3] 15.1 km (6:00 / km)
ahr:149 max:161 weight:93.4kg shoes: walsh pb trainer

Long trail route.

Amazing that I didn't stop and walk home. Probably should have. Or probably shouldn't be running full stop. I don't know. I managed 15km without stopping, that's a bit crazy.

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