Running Road24:29  5.06 km (4:50 / km) +19m4:45 / km shoes: NB M890 Greenish
A very relaxed more leg stretch. A bit of a mix up today, I decided not to run around the fence, and tried to keep my trainers mud free on the roads around camp.
Running Road47:54 10.15 km (4:43 / km) +52m4:36 / km shoes: NB M890 Greenish
Hopefully my final session on this camp. To avoid getting too muddy before packing I hit the roads again, hopefully the camp will survive without me checking the perimeter for a day. I had planned to do a couple of hill intervals and try a last attempt to claim a couple of segments. This was reasonably successful.
The first interval was a short up hill one, worked hard on it and felt like I had bossed it. Unfortunately the segment started while I was doing a couple of stretches so no crown, not even a trophy. Got a trophy on the downhill though, which i guess is a little consolation. I had more success with the second hill. This one is slightly longer, with a gentle gradient to start and a steeper kicker at the end. Three lopps with the hill in, legs were completely dead by end of the third one. Definitely need a rest day.
Core session in the room of isolation. Plank, bridges and some other core stuff.
Running Road1:00:16  12.01 km (5:01 / km) +56m4:54 / km shoes: inov8 F-lite 230 Red
I saw a gap in the rain, thought it was a good chance to do another couple of laps of the camp. I was wrong, it was pouring from about 5 mins in. The track had become extremely slippy, so I was sliding everywhere and even hit the deck at one point. Two slow loops and a little extra to get it up to an hour.
Running on Paths25:03  5.03 km (4:59 / km) +24m4:52 / km shoes: inov8 F-lite 230 Red
Another exciting lap of the camp, legs were feeling quite good Things have not changed the fence is still intact.
Running on Paths41:40 8.37 km (4:59 / km) +39m4:52 / km shoes: NB M890 Greenish
A little bored again so headed out for some intervals on Strava segments again. Managed to take the crowns on two of them, but a fair way down on the other, going to blame it on the mud, but in reality my legs were struggling.