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Training Log Archive: JoS

In the 9 days ending Aug 16, 2011:

activity # timemileskm+m
  X-Training3 8:00:00
  Running1 30:00
  Total4 8:30:00

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Tuesday Aug 16, 2011 #

Running 30:00 [3]
shoes: Asics DS Trainer (red)

Källtorp. Testing my cold, felt a bit heavy but ok. Bit shorter than I might have done but I had to fix the SI units for tomorrow and help build up the TC. I was running a bit late after watching the sprint final on svt play, all very exciting although a little confusing in parts. It also to my watch a few minutes to find the sat after beening in Scotland. Although I probably shouldn't admit that since I spent the last few year poo-hooing when we have to wait at the start of training for everybody to find the sat.

Monday Aug 15, 2011 #

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(rest day)

Fixing the maps for Melkers Minne today otherwise I probably would have given running a go.

Friday Aug 12, 2011 #

X-Training (Hiking) 2:30:00 [1]

Old Man of Storr & the Storr, Skye. Walk up to the old map then round and up on to the top and down again. Of course with my luck the cloud came down when I was on the top so we didn't get the views over the old man.

Thursday Aug 11, 2011 #

X-Training (Hiking) 4:00:00 [1]

Sorn Dearg, almost to Inaccessible Pinnacle & Coire Lagan, Cullins, Skye. Got almost to the In Pinn before we gave up because of the cloud and wind. We didn't have any climbing stuff with us so we hadn't been planning on going all the way to the top anyway. Took an extra loop on the way back up Coire Lagan which has a lovely very blue lochan surrounded by jagged mountains. Impressive mountains and really full on scrambling, felt a bit exposed in places with a rope. Good view on the way up but cloudy at the top (of course by the time we got down and were paddling in the sea it looked lovely up there!).

Wednesday Aug 10, 2011 #

X-Training (Hiking) 1:30:00 [1]

Quiraing, Skye. Shortish walk since it was miserible weather (even for Scotland!). Really impressive rock pillars, shame you had to be right next to them to see them, no views. Very Lord of the Rings'ess.

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