Training Log: Mark3
In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||Running - Offroad||2|| 4:16:45|| 23.87||(10:45)|| 38.42||(6:41)|| 1579|
| ||Running - Road/Track||1|| 31:08|| 4.34||(7:10)|| 6.99||(4:27)|| 103|
| ||Total||3|| 4:47:53|| 28.22||(10:12)|| 45.41||(6:20)|| 1682|
(injured) (rest day)
Running - Offroad (Five Trigs) 3:35:27  32.08 km (6:43 / km) +1338m 5:33 / km
ahr:147 max:193 (injured) shoes: Roclite G290
Surprisingly similar splits Vs last time given opposite direction;
Shuts ST 44:35 Vs 46:53
ST Burbage 36:13 Vs 31:47
Burbage Axe 20:39 Vs 23:19
Axe Roaches 59:04 Vs 68:56
Roaches Shuts 54:57 Vs 55:34
Started at the bottom of Shuts rather than at the C&F. We debated whether it might be best to start with Shuts but still go clockwise, then all the big climbs would be out of the way at the start. I like this idea. Maybe starting from Goyt in the opposite direction would work. N also had the idea to go S from ST and then around the road to Shut, which saves some ascent and so may have merit.
Felt ok for the first bit but defo painful later on.
Running - Road/Track 31:08  6.99 km (4:27 / km) +103m 4:09 / km
ahr:151 max:185 (injured) shoes: Pegasus 36 (Blue)
Best I've felt running in ages. Minimal pain. Still can't feel my thigh but you can't have everything.
Officially diagnosed now by a GP as meralgia paraesthetica. They said if it doesn't get worse, see if it goes away, and if it's still there in 2 weeks they'll do an xray. They aren't that bothered basically.
Running - Offroad (Kerridge) 41:18  6.35 km (6:30 / km) +241m 5:28 / km
ahr:138 max:160 (injured) shoes: Inov-8 Roclite 290 (blue)
I think maybe these shoes have had it after 1006kms.
I was just contouring down a muddy downhill and thinking 'gosh,I better be careful here' when I slid sideways and landed unluckily on a rock on my knee... Bit of tedious blood; hopefully haven't done anything more serious too. Limped back home.
Also landed on my left hand so now can't squeeze anything.
Still got no feeling in my right thigh either. So basically falling apart.
Almost comical just getting around the house now...
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