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Training Log Archive: Kitch

In the 7 days ending Sep 15:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Hill Cross1 4:36:04 28.06(9:50) 45.16(6:07) 1682255c
  Cycling3 2:29:36 31.69(4:43) 51.0(2:56) 230101c
  Cyclocross2 1:00:22 8.61(7:01) 13.86(4:21) 147110c
  Strength and Conditioning1 25:00
  Total6 8:31:02 68.36 110.01 2059466c
  [1-5]6 8:29:37

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Friday Sep 15 #

1 PM

Cycling 1:09:03 intensity: (48:01 @1) + (14:40 @2) + (3:51 @3) + (1:51 @4) + (40 @5) 24.0 km (2:53 / km) +145m 2:48 / km
ahr:108 max:144 46c shoes: Cannondale

a loop north, railways and stuff

Thursday Sep 14 #

Note
(rest day)

Wednesday Sep 13 #

8 AM

Cycling 33:07 intensity: (8:31 @1) + (20:20 @2) + (4:16 @3) 12.0 km (2:46 / km) +30m 2:44 / km
ahr:114 max:145 26c shoes: Specialised Crux

5 PM

Cycling 47:26 intensity: (20:10 @1) + (26:35 @2) + (41 @3) 15.0 km (3:10 / km) +55m 3:06 / km
ahr:109 max:137 29c shoes: Specialised Crux

Strength and Conditioning (circuit) 25:00 [3]

2 laps at half reps

Tuesday Sep 12 #

Note
(rest day)

Monday Sep 11 #

Note
(rest day)

Sunday Sep 10 #

10 AM

Cyclocross warm up/down 8:38 intensity: (1:25 @0) + (20 @1) + (1:50 @2) + (5:03 @3) 1.74 km (4:58 / km) +11m 4:49 / km
ahr:130 max:142 10c shoes: Ridley

Cyclocross race 40:13 intensity: (27 @1) + (11 @2) + (44 @3) + (37:30 @4) + (1:21 @5) 10.66 km (3:46 / km) +114m 3:35 / km
ahr:155 max:166 95c shoes: Ridley

CXNE at Greystoke - bit of a grind after yesterday

Time to taper.
11 AM

Cyclocross warm up/down 11:31 intensity: (5:47 @1) + (5:44 @2) 1.46 km (7:55 / km) +22m 7:21 / km
ahr:88 max:125 5c shoes: Ridley

Saturday Sep 9 #

1 PM

Hill Cross 4:36:04 intensity: (31:10 @1) + (2:00:05 @2) + (1:24:17 @3) + (40:32 @4) 45.16 km (6:07 / km) +1682m 5:09 / km
ahr:128 max:162 255c shoes: Ridley

felt a bit rubbishy all morning and put things off till after lunch.
Once out I felt ok for a while, but never very lively.
Once I'd done the effort up the side of Beda Fell that was pretty much it. I pushed up to Hayeswater, where I had something to eat, but from there I just eased right back and trudged the whole thing. Descending from High Street was largely a quagmire and again I was just making my way as best I could.
After miles of bog about 300m from the end of the path I finally got caught in a wheel trap and landed on my head - very annoyed. I will need to look after my neck over the next week or so.

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