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Training Log Archive: jools

In the 7 days ending Mar 19:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Step into Life group3 3:00:00 4.59 7.39
  long slow run1 2:38:35 13.28(11:57) 21.37(7:25)
  orienteering1 44:06 4.04(10:55) 6.5(6:47)
  Unspecified1 30:00
  run1 24:42 3.14(7:52) 5.05(4:53)
  Total6 7:17:23 25.05 40.31

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Sunday Mar 19 #

long slow run 2:38:35 [3] 21.37 km (7:25 / km)
shoes: Asic3000

Went for a long run with Louise. The route took in Wdflower drive and One Tree Hill mapped areas. Nice run.

Saturday Mar 18 #

run (Parkrun) 24:42 [5] 5.05 km (4:53 / km)
shoes: Asic3000

A new PB this morning!

Step into Life group (Powerflex) 1:00:00 [2] 1.5 km (40:00 / km)
shoes: Asic3000

Jogged the lake circuit as a warm up, then spent the remainder of the hour doing stretches and strengthening exercises with balance challenges added.

Thursday Mar 16 #

Step into Life group (Tone up) 1:00:00 [4]

Repetitions with low weights and body weight work. Tough session!

Wednesday Mar 15 #

Step into Life group (Cardiomax) 1:00:00 [3] 5.89 km (10:11 / km)
shoes: Asic3000

Attended the early morning cardio session because I was awake early after dreaming about alarm clock times and trying to meet people early in the morning for running. Weird dream, but maybe there's a message. Good training session with interval work and endurance running.

Tuesday Mar 14 #

Unspecified (Stretch/strength) 30:00 [1]

Did 30mins of strength and stretch in athe morning on the grass at the winery where we have had cottage accommodation for the last 4 days.

Monday Mar 13 #

orienteering 44:06 [3] 6.5 km (6:47 / km)
shoes: Innov8 bright

After experiencing a clean run yesterday, I really let myself down today. Put on my lazy brain and attempted to run in a general direction from 1to 2. Lost my way and wasted9 minutes there. Lost another minute with lazy brain on leg 7, 2 minutes on leg 8 and 7 minutes on leg 10. I don't quite understand how I ended up running so far on a 2.4km course, but I seemed to be running a lot....
The great thing about today's event is that Prue ran a flawless course - fantastic effort on her 3rd run in sand dunes! When we left, she was 1st on the finish list for the W55age class.

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