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Training Log Archive: 007

In the 7 days ending Jun 3:

activity # timemileskm+m
  riding4 4:54:18 46.77 75.26 907
  stretch/yoga1 15:00
  Strength1 15:00
  Total5 5:24:18 46.77 75.26 907
  [1-5]4 4:52:29
averages - sleep:6

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Sunday Jun 3 #

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slept:5.0 (rest day)

Holidays! Train to Rome via Milano (6.5hours all up).
Lots of walking!

Saturday Jun 2 #

1 PM

riding 2:42:18 intensity: (1:49 @0) + (1:06:34 @1) + (30:44 @2) + (32:29 @3) + (30:42 @4) 49.84 km (3:15 / km) +615m 3:04 / km
ahr:133 max:166 slept:7.0 (injured)

Lovely ride with Eef, heavenly day and went through so many beautiful places. Freezing cold swim in Linthcanal along the way :)
Foot is still too sore to run.

Friday Jun 1 #

8 AM

riding 25:00 intensity: (10:00 @1) + (5:00 @2) + (5:00 @3) + (5:00 @4)

Fast ride to the Pfaffikon train station, had to really push and then missed the train anyway.. which at least gave me time to de-sweat before getting the next train..
8 PM

riding 30:00 [1]

Thursday May 31 #

6 PM

riding 1:17:00 intensity: (55:00 @1) + (17:00 @2) + (5:00 @3) 25.42 km (3:02 / km) +292m 2:52 / km

Evening ride

Wednesday May 30 #

Strength 15:00 [0]
slept:6.0

Core

stretch/yoga 15:00 [0]

Note
(injured)

First attempt at a run since doing my ankle - I've been icing it and keeping it mobile. There has been no swelling and 100% fine mobility in all directions, but there is still pain at the side of my foot when lifting onto my toes with weight, which you do with every step.. Hasn't felt particularly better or worse. I thought a run might be fine, but no I realized straight away. Sharpish pain with each step :(

Normal doc was almost the opposite of helpful the other day, had a rant about people wanting to be in perfect health for sport. Now it's too late to see a sports doc before going to Italy for the next 1.5 weeks so I'll just have to do my best to cope.

Tuesday May 29 #

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hep A and MMR vaccination

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