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Training Log Archive: Mounty

In the 7 days ending Nov 12, 2017:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running5 5:35:00
  Total5 5:35:00

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Saturday Nov 11, 2017 #

Running 50:00 [3]

Afternoon cruise in Sheldon Forest with Steve Craig before we headed in to town with Karen and Tom to see the Oils. Cracking concert....Garrett is a fit 60-something.

Heading home was amusing. They had erected fences around the domain, with not many exits. Crowd did the Rock n Roll thing by breaking down a fence near us to create an extra exit....but then showed its middle aged bias with a very orderly and organised egress thru' the new hole.

Friday Nov 10, 2017 #

Running 1:10:00 [3]

A very casual beer stairs with Andy.

Wednesday Nov 8, 2017 #

Running 50:00 [3]

Took the train to RNS in St Leonards to visit Darvo and ran back to work down the trails to Balls Head then over the Bridge.

Tuesday Nov 7, 2017 #

Running 1:50:00 [3]

With the longer evenings creating options for the Tuesday run while Tom is at gym, today I headed out oxford falls way with the rough aim of creating an interesting loop....which went quite well. It is nice and quiet up there on seldom used tracks if you go the right way.

Decided to go around narrabeen lake on the way home as the legs were feeling pretty good. Having said that, I upped the tempo for the last 5k but was travelling noticeably slower than it felt.

Nice run.

Monday Nov 6, 2017 #

Running 55:00 [3]

An ominous looking storm front with hints of thunder as I left the building triggered a rethink of the plan to run a cruisy loop of the bay over Anzac bridge. Instead I opted for a wharf loop, and the arrival of said storm just as I started encouraged me to run a bit faster than planned.

Stinging rain and blustery winds for the first 3k, with a moody harbour to keep company. Oddly, the weather started to settle very quickly and by the finish it was sunny, hot and muggy. Bizzare.

24:10 for an enjoyable 6k.

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