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Training Log Archive: Zed

In the 7 days ending Mar 23:

activity # timemileskm+m
  run3 2:38:00
  Standup paddle boarding 1 2:00:00
  cycle1 1:35:00
  orienteering1 1:28:00
  Pilates1 1:00:00
  walk/run1 32:00 1.86(17:10) 3.0(10:40)
  swim1 20:00 0.62(32:11) 1.0(20:00)
  Total7 9:33:00 2.49 4.0

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Saturday Mar 23 #

orienteering 1:28:00 [3]

The Bluff (1hr 3 mins)
VH sprint 25

Friday Mar 22 #

run 55:00 [3]

Belair run

Thursday Mar 21 #

run 43:00 [3]

Redwood loop running against failing light with Roo and Callum. Roo is getting quite good at running.

Wednesday Mar 20 #

run 1:00:00 [3]

Hilly dog jog with Roo and Callum in Belair.

Tuesday Mar 19 #

swim 20:00 [3] 1.0 km (20:00 / km)

Lunch time swim.

Pilates 1:00:00 [3]

Monday Mar 18 #

cycle 1:35:00 [3]

Commute. Hawthorndene to Marion and back.

Sunday Mar 17 #

walk/run 32:00 [3] 3.0 km (10:40 / km)

Short, steep run that turned to walk with Callum. I felt pretty comfortable in the rogaine last night, but this morning my legs were definitely telling me I had just done a hilly 4 hour rogaine and didn't think much of running.

Passed a drink station in Belair for this mornings organised trail run and saw a few runners.

Standup paddle boarding 2:00:00 [1]

Stand up paddle boarding at Seacliff with Anne, back for the weekend. It started quite rough and I was not sure I could get up but I did, I just had to concentrate very hard on balancing. After the first hour the wind dropped a bit and conditions were good there on in. Achieved a long term goal of having a coffee ( from Seaford yacht club) while on the board, very pleasant. We were heading back north planning to go via the big pole a fair way off shore, but then the Westpac helicopter went past and kept doing big circles just behind us and over towards Brighton jetty and back and were quite low done. This may have been just for fun but it certainly encouraged us to head in much closer the the shore. Possibly the last paddle until next summer.

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