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Training Log Archive: Jethro

In the 7 days ending Mar 23:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hill running2 2:15:17 12.25(11:03) 19.72(6:52) 506
  Mountain Bike1 1:45:42 14.54(7:16) 23.4(4:31) 516
  Trail running1 1:22:33 8.87(9:19) 14.27(5:47) 291
  Orienteering1 43:52 3.93(11:10) 6.32(6:57) 1809 /10c90%
  Total4 6:07:24 39.58(9:17) 63.7(5:46) 14929 /10c90%

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Friday Mar 22 #

5 PM

Trail running 1:22:33 [3] 14.27 km (5:47 / km) +291m 5:15 / km
shoes: Roclite 305

Falnash & Lairhope forest roads with Murphy

Thursday Mar 21 #

5 PM

Hill running 1:20:00 [3] 10.66 km (7:30 / km) +423m 6:16 / km
shoes: VJ irock2

Skelfhill Pen with Murphy

Tuesday Mar 19 #

Note
(rest day)

Need a rest after yesterdays epic and a busy day at work

Monday Mar 18 #

5 PM

Mountain Bike 1:45:42 [3] 23.4 km (4:31 / km) +516m 4:04 / km

Well that was an adventure - Part 1. Set off to do the complete Rashiegrain and Ramseygrain loops, everything going fine until I punctured going through the Ramseycleuch ford. F**k. No tools, so chucked the bike in a ditch and ran home...….

Hill running 55:17 [3] 9.05 km (6:06 / km) +83m 5:50 / km
shoes: Inov-8 OROC 350

......Part 2. Luckily I was wearing my old OROC's for biking (they had been retired from running) so was at least able to run home, although it had to be on the verges as that far on tarmac wouldn't have been much fun wearing dobs. Almost stood on a wee badger at Gideonscleuch roadend - don't know who got the biggest fright! Blackcleuch brae is always a slog on the way back on the bike but at least when you get to the top you know you are going to be flying all the way home. It is still a slog running but when you get to the top it is just a long way home! I hadn't eaten much since lunch time either and was a bit overdressed for running so was rather weary by the time I did eventually get home.

Sunday Mar 17 #

12 PM

Orienteering race 43:52 [3] *** 6.32 km (6:57 / km) +180m 6:05 / km
spiked:9/10c shoes: VJ irock2

CompassSport Trophy, Dunrod Hill, Greenock
Green Men, 5.3km, 170m
Relatively straight forward open area, a bit rough in places, some snow on the ground but a clear day with good visibility. Slight wobble at 5 when I misjudged how far I had run along a path and overshot attackpoint - ~1min. Resisted the temptation to track run and took everything more or less straight - seems to have paid off particularly on 2 & 7. Feet were so cold I didn't know if my ankle was hurting! DonP 47.15, Dixie 47.45

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