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Training Log Archive: tinytoes

In the 7 days ending May 11, 2019:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Park Run1 43:46 3.11(14:05) 5.0(8:45)
  warm up/down2 27:00
  Gym51 24:20 3.11(7:50) 5.0(4:52)
  Total2 1:35:06 6.21 10.0
averages - sleep:7

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Saturday May 11, 2019 #

8 AM

warm up/down (Walking) 15:00 [1]
shoes: black+blue

Definitely not hard enough.

Park Run (Callaghan) 43:46 [3] 5.0 km (8:45 / km)
shoes: black+blue

Felt queeasy while driving to parkrun and suspected energy resources and food was low level. Really really cold with biting wind.

S-DMW - 12:21 felt fine as I started and passed 2 usual critical points feeling fine. Then it all started to unravel.I felt dizzy when I slowed, going up hill. Thought I'd reset but that didn't help much.
DMW-T 9:08 - Alternating spells of walking while dizzy and running when I wasn't. But when i stopped boy did I stop.
T-DMW 7:19 Had some hope of coming through it - this was usual sort of time for this section and was feeling more inspired and comfortable.
DMW-F 14:58 Totally crashed and burned - big triathlon guy walked with me for a while - he was concerned. But I insisted he go on after I was most of the way up the hill - I think he was glad of the distraction. He started to run, I felt better on the flat so off I went again. Not deliberately but got ahead of him and made it in well ahead of him. But when i stopped dizzy again, though less so.
Decision: next week and for next month will make sacrifice and get up at 6 and eat.
If the aim is exertion - passed with flying colours.

Friday May 10, 2019 #

9 AM

warm up/down (Walking) 12:00 [1]
max:74 shoes: white puma

Gym5 24:20 [4] 5.0 km (4:52 / km)
ahr:146 max:165 slept:7.0 shoes: white puma

Seemed more on the ball from the stat than at other times. Got required rate up fairly quickly and could surge too.

Thursday May 9, 2019 #


Visit to Yass, Albury, Yass from last Sunday - CSU scholarship presentation. 2 highlights were seeing a wombat trundling alongside the road between Yass and Tumut on Monday morning and taking in the beautiful water patterns of "billabongs" in Lake Hume. I know it would have been much better for the water to be just a sheet across the valley (ie much higher) but this was spectacularly beautiful with the dead trees, vivid green vegetation, azure blue water and sunlight glinting in sweeping patterns. And food wise - the lunch at Jugiong was wonderful - and Jugiong was really rocking for Wedensday.

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