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Training Log Archive: Scrappy Doo

In the 7 days ending Oct 10:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Mountain Biking1 2:39:20 22.17(7:11) 35.68(4:28) 621
  Run2 2:01:35 12.11(10:02) 19.49(6:14) 624
  Cycling - Turbo Trainer2 1:53:00
  Orienteering1 56:55 6.5(8:45) 10.46(5:26) 77
  Total6 7:30:50 40.78 65.63 1322

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Saturday Oct 10 #

Mountain Biking 2:39:20 [3] 35.68 km (4:28 / km) +621m 4:06 / km

Mountain biking/orienteering weekend I'm Dorset

Rempston Forest, then all the way along Purbeck Ridge from East Creech, through Corfe Castle to Old Harry Rocks, then Studland for a hopeful pint, but no phone with me and only way to order was via app!

Back via southern edge of Aggleston.

Thanks to Stotts, who are on campsite, for the BMBO map

Friday Oct 9 #

Cycling - Turbo Trainer 1:08:00 [3]

Zwifting - joined a race tonight - two laps of Harrogate WC Circuit

8 min WU & 8 Min CD

Thursday Oct 8 #

Run 59:15 [3] 9.5 km (6:14 / km) +377m 5:12 / km

Stinchcombe Hill / Woods steady loop

Felt a lot better than recent efforts. I think the cross training and different shoes paying dividends.

Wednesday Oct 7 #

Orienteering race 56:55 [3] 10.46 km (5:26 / km) +77m 5:15 / km

Wymans Brook MapRun

Tuesday Oct 6 #

Cycling - Turbo Trainer intervals 45:00 [3]

8 minute warm up 12x30 seconds with reducing recovery (starting at 2:40 and reducing by 5 seconds each interval) 5 minute cooldown

Leftism for company today

Sunday Oct 4 #

Run 1:02:20 [3] 9.99 km (6:14 / km) +247m 5:33 / km

Fair weather runner waiting for the rain to stop (and even got the bonus of a little bit of sunshine).

Run from home up to Cam Long Down and back along the southern side to CW, then some slightly different paths around by Uley Road.

Taking it (too) tentatively on what looked like slippy, narrow downhill paths, but new shoes seem to have pretty good grip, so should have been slightly more aggressive.

Saw two lambs!!

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