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Training Log Archive: Reiver

In the 7 days ending Mar 6:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running4 4:49:49 33.43(8:40) 53.8(5:23) 941
  Biking1 4:21:00 39.21(6:39) 63.1(4:08) 992
  Core3 51:00
  Circuit Training1 50:00
  Total7 10:51:49 72.64 116.9 1933

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Saturday Mar 6 #

Running hills (Cheviots) 1:41:41 [3] 12.4 km (8:12 / km) +613m 6:35 / km
shoes: Saucony Perigrine ISO

From Halterburn up to the Border Ridge then down to Trowupburn and back over via Elsdonburn with Eileen. Added a few tops myself with detours on the way round, Great Hetha, Eccles Cairn & Great Humbleton.

Core 17:00 [3]

Friday Mar 5 #

Running warm up/down 19:34 [3] 3.6 km (5:26 / km)
shoes: Saucony Ride ISO

Running intervals (800m) 26:58 [5] 5.6 km (4:49 / km)
shoes: Saucony Ride ISO

4 x 800 (800)
3.08, 2.58, 3.02, 2.54

Thursday Mar 4 #

Running warm up/down 19:44 [3] 3.65 km (5:24 / km)
shoes: Saucony Ride ISO

Running tempo (LT Racecourse ) 33:00 [4] 6.5 km (5:05 / km)
shoes: Saucony Ride ISO

2 x 12.30 (4 mins), 2.92k
12.52, 12.28. windy

Wednesday Mar 3 #

Core 17:00 [3]

Tuesday Mar 2 #

Core 17:00 [3]

Biking long (Borders 3 Abbeys Loop) 4:21:00 [4] 63.1 km (4:08 / km) +992m 3:50 / km

Seen this in "10 of the best gravel routes in Scotland" and it went right past my house so had to give it a go. Lots of climbs including all the way to the monument at Peniel Heugh and the top of Cauldshiels Hill straight up on no path! Most of the route was off road on slippy wet trails and mud.
Probably not the most sensible first bike run of the year.
Nothing left in the legs by the last hour.
Details said 1231m of climb but I only got 914m on Garmin and 992m on Strava,

Monday Mar 1 #

Circuit Training (Weights at home) 50:00 [3]

Sunday Feb 28 #

Running long (Trail run) 1:28:52 [3] 13.7 mi (6:29 / mi) +328m 6:02 / mi
shoes: Saucony Perigrine ISO

Back from Eckford via Wooden hill, Brownrigg, Littledenlees, Roman road, Mount Ulston, Jedburgh.

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