Training Log: AC
In the last 7 days:
|activity|| # ||time||miles||km||+m|
| ||Cycling||1|| 2:02:01|| 31.44||(3:53)|| 50.6||(2:25)|
| ||MTB||1|| 1:31:51|| 16.34||(5:37)|| 26.3||(3:30)|| 318|
| ||Running||1|| 25:15|| 3.04||(8:18)|| 4.9||(5:09)|
| ||Total||3|| 3:59:07|| 50.83||(4:42)|| 81.8||(2:55)|| 318|
Running 25:15  4.9 km (5:09 / km)
shoes: Asics Kayano 22
Easy lunchtime jog, testing out the calf a little more. Took it pretty easy but still seemed to be moving at a decent clip according to the Garmin. Calf felt okay - no twinges, but not very strong. Finished up with some stretching and strengthening exercises on the calves. Nice 20 degree day for a run.
Cycling 2:02:01  50.6 km (2:25 / km)
After a week of resting the calf (and stretching and massaging said calf), coupled with a 4 day work trip to Berlin, it was great to get out for a decent ride on a lovely sunny morning. Had a strong tailwind on the way out past Versailles, which meant the inevitable struggle into a decent wind on the way home. Survived okay though and had a good ride. Calf feeling pretty good, but not good enough to be able to do the Ile-de-France Middle Distance O Champs tomorrow, nor the originally planned 10 km road race. So will be spectating and supporting Lisa in her 6km race and Freya in her 2km race instead. Will follow up with a mountain bike ride in the afternoon.
MTB 1:31:51  26.3 km (3:30 / km) +318m 3:18 / km
Stunning spring day - sunny, 18 deg, still. Perfect for dusting off (literally) the mountain bike and heading up to Parc de St Cloud. With just on 100 days to go until the Engadin Bike Giro, I need to get in some quality training on both the road bike and mtb. the sunny weather was great for riding but also meant that all of Paris was out for their Sunday afternoon promenade. But it wasn't too bad and gave me a chance to rest a little at critical times. Pushed hard on the hills and could feel the legs burning. Very good ride.
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