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Training Log Archive: Wyatt

In the 7 days ending Nov 9, 2003:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running4 37:00 2.2 3.54
  Strength3 19:00
  Total4 56:00 2.2 3.54

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Sunday Nov 9, 2003 #

Running (Grass mostly) 22:00 [2] 2.2 mi (10:00 / mi)

R-knee feeling much better today. Still a little sore underneath, and at R-IT (outside), and the main skin damage on top is swollen, but I can bend it to 90 degrees before it starts feeling tight.

Strength (Ankles @ Gym) 4:00 [1]

R-foot was starting to get sore @ ~32 reps, but did 40 of all anyway. Not bad.

Saturday Nov 8, 2003 #

Note

R-knee feels much better today (it's sunny, clear and dry, coincidence?). While there is soft tissue pain on the outside (near the IT gap) and underneath, they are getting better.

However, I still have a little sore throat (since Mon.) so I won't be doing much today, or tomorrow (I was course designer/streamerer anyway...)

R-foot has been pain free all week, incl during ankle exercises.

Friday Nov 7, 2003 #

Running 8:00 [2]

Strength (Ankles only) 5:00 [1]

Thursday Nov 6, 2003 #

Note

R-knee still pretty sore, and it's clearly internally sore, although how structurally damaged is still unclear.

Last night the patellar tendon burned a bit, which seems like an old bad injury which I sure hope doesn't recur.

I'd like to run on it a little, maybe to the gym (avoiding R-knee work) to try it out a little more.

Running 5:00 [1]

Strength (Legs) 10:00 [1]

Tuesday Nov 4, 2003 #

Running 2:00 [2]

Jogging in the hallway. Limping quite a bit due to sore R-knee.

Monday Nov 3, 2003 #

Note

R-knee was pretty sore but seems to have peaked and be getting a little better already (noon Monday.) No running at all today, to let it heal better. I still think it's just surface/soft-tissue damage with nothing structural. If I do anything tomorrow, it should be quite light, or the pool, or something like that.

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