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Training Log Archive: RichT

In the 7 days ending Apr 4:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Run7 7:23:55 29.11(15:15) 46.85(9:29) 508
  Total7 7:23:55 29.11(15:15) 46.85(9:29) 508

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Sunday Apr 4 #

10 AM

Run 1:06:45 [3] 5.23 mi (12:46 / mi) +135m 11:49 / mi
ahr:129 max:148 shoes: Hoka Challenger ATR4

Red Bridge, Candle Factory, Lindal, Marton Moor, Marton, Whinfield, Cowran.
Much colder today. Out in bottoms and wooly hat. Very steady away.

Saturday Apr 3 #

9 AM

Run 1:04:43 [2] 3.18 mi (20:21 / mi) +52m 19:22 / mi
ahr:105 max:132 shoes: INOV8 X-Talon 225

Slow bumble around Roanhead collecting in canes on beautiful morning.
Large heron.

Friday Apr 2 #

1 PM

Run 57:16 [4] 4.67 mi (12:16 / mi) +114m 11:24 / mi
ahr:132 max:153 shoes: Hoka Challenger ATR4

Dalton O - Tarn very high but ground mainly firm.
Real efforts up green lane on return and through subsequent fields.

Thursday Apr 1 #

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(rest day)

Wednesday Mar 31 #

4 PM

Run 1:04:44 [3] 2.9 mi (22:19 / mi) +42m 21:22 / mi
ahr:107 shoes: INOV8 X-Talon 225

Roanhead putting out some markers - lovely sunny afternoon. Dunes flooded.
5 PM

Run 50:29 [3] 2.62 mi (19:16 / mi) +34m 18:31 / mi
ahr:116 shoes: INOV8 X-Talon 225

Roanhead, following Amelia & Jess.

Tuesday Mar 30 #

11 AM

Run 56:30 [3] 4.39 mi (12:52 / mi) +40m 12:31 / mi
ahr:123 max:142 shoes: Hoka Speedgoat 4

Easy recovery run. From Melksham market place along river path to Asda, then footpaths north to back of Shaw Farm. Switch across to Norrington & back via solar farms to railway crossing behind Asda.
Warm morning - saw first butterflies of spring.

Monday Mar 29 #

11 AM

Run 1:23:28 [3] 6.12 mi (13:38 / mi) +91m 13:02 / mi
ahr:141 max:158 shoes: Hoka Speedgoat 4

Loop from Beanacre, across to Shaw, Norrington Common & around solar farms near Broughton Gifford. Then north exploring footpaths to Atworth & Purtlpit and up towards old roman road behind Whitley. Back to village and then footpaths east around Elec Sub-station back to Beanacre.

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