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Training Log Archive: roar

In the 7 days ending Nov 1:

activity # timemileskm+mload
  Walking1 1:32:30 5.9(15:41) 9.49(9:45) 974.4
  Running (off-road)1 1:30:33 8.25(10:59) 13.27(6:49) 37533.3
  Cycling1 1:04:14 15.58(4:07) 25.07(2:34) 53018.2
  Total3 4:07:17 29.72(8:19) 47.83(5:10) 100255.9
  [1-5]3 3:06:50

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Sunday Nov 1 #

12 PM

Cycling (turbo) 1:04:14 intensity: (8:16 @0) + (4:47 @1) + (7:28 @2) + (33:47 @3) + (9:36 @4) + (20 @5) 25.07 km (2:34 / km) +530m 2:19 / km
ahr:133 max:171 shoes: Cannondale CAAD8

On call so on the turbo. Haven't been doing this due to a step challenge in October but expect to see more on some weekends. Did a lap of the Innsbruck worlds. Much nicer with the new turbo that has power instead of just translating from speed. Worked hard for bits.

Wednesday Oct 28 #

6 PM

Running (off-road) 1:30:33 intensity: (8 @0) + (7:54 @1) + (26:59 @2) + (36:11 @3) + (5:59 @4) + (13:22 @5) 13.27 km (6:49 / km) +375m 5:59 / km
ahr:136 max:183 shoes: Asics DynaFlyte3 20

Aonghus hill reps from home with Conor.

Back to the last lockdown way of doing these, starting from home. First interval from the bottom junction to the Taylor'sl ane junction. The 2x Aonghus. Slow but consistent, though was massively helped by some Conor pacing on the second one. Knee is so fine for the uphill parts but it's still not a massive fan of the downhills so took it very easy on them. Good to get it done.

6:50 to junction
7:08, 7:10

Monday Oct 26 #

Note

Probably just the usual hill reps and a long run and 1x easy run, which is a bit of a wild training plan but it's been working ok so why not. Otherwise walking. Next week should be good to do some more cycling I think.
10 AM

Walking 1:32:30 intensity: (52:03 @0) + (36:43 @1) + (3:44 @2) 9.49 km (9:45 / km) +97m 9:16 / km
ahr:89 max:125 shoes: Asics DynaFlyte3 20

Looking at potential house buying areas.

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