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Training Log Archive: megcd

In the 7 days ending Oct 15:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running7 4:39:55 30.2 48.61 665
  Yoga1 1:00:00
  Strength&Conditioning1 50:00
  Orienteering1 43:25 4.16(10:27) 6.69(6:29) 170
  Total7 7:13:20 34.36 55.3 835

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Saturday Oct 15 #

Orienteering 43:25 [3] 6.69 km (6:29 / km) +170m 5:45 / km

Ngoc event at Parkend Walk, Blue
Gorgeous area in the Forest of Dean, and so so pretty in the sunshine!
Lost a couple of minutes on 5 believing the control should be further down the slope and also some time loss on 8 on direction + unmapped brambles. Most of the area was super runnable though, can't believe I've never been there before. Really enjoyed :)

Running 10:00 [1]

Friday Oct 14 #

8 AM

Running 10:00 [1] 1.5 km (6:40 / km)

Yoga 1:00:00 [1]

5 PM

Running 54:20 [3] 9.85 km (5:31 / km) +185m 5:03 / km

Blaise with Ben Inc gorams chair :)

Thursday Oct 13 #

(rest day)

Had a little knee niggle yesterday (outside left knee) so no running today
Probably a result of the weekend but I don't intend to run that distance again anytime soon

Wednesday Oct 12 #

Running 34:59 [1] 6.12 km (5:43 / km)

Easy jog over to Ashton court and back for the first part of UBOC training
8 AM

Strength&Conditioning 50:00 [1]

Dave's session
Mobility, lunges, glute circuit, lunge variations, quick feet hops

Running 10:00 [1] 1.5 km (6:40 / km)

Tuesday Oct 11 #

(rest day)

Monday Oct 10 #

Running 1:00:00 [3] 9.6 km (6:15 / km) +70m 6:02 / km

Uboc run around harbourside
My legs feel fine today, just generally quite tired!

Sunday Oct 9 #

Running 1:40:36 [3] 20.04 km (5:01 / km) +410m 4:33 / km

Mendip Muddle 20km
Such a struggle
Write up for phil:

Started off quickly down Velvet Bottom (what a name) after advice that you need to get ahead of all the road runners who can't deal with rocks/stiles, and felt comfortable so kept the pace up for a while. Up Beacon Batch I started to tire then went for the downhill around 8km and killed my legs. Dolebury was quite a struggle then at the 10km drink station (yes I stopped), some guy started encouraging me to run with him. Stuck with him until about 13km. At this point, feeling super sluggish (must have burnt myself out on the first half), I had my gel. Crawled up the 2k hill, stopped for a full cup of water and continued shuffling. Then my saviours Abi and Duncan appeared with Jelly Babies at the top of Beacon Batch, heroes! the last few km were all fine then :)

First time I've run 20km (longest run before that was the one I did last Friday) - Wasn't really sure how to pace it but have learnt some things and I'm sure I'll be much quicker next time.
5th woman, got some chocolates yay!

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