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Training Log Archive: Kris

In the 7 days ending May 21:

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  Running5 5:31:52 43.48(7:38) 69.97(4:45) 496
  Total5 5:31:52 43.48(7:38) 69.97(4:45) 496

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Sunday May 21 #

Note
(rest day)

Sleep in short supply and I've got a lot of traveling to do in the next 24 hours (London->Dundee, Dundee->Lancaster) so taking the rest and then back on it on Monday.. Not flying until the evening so the plan is to be a tourist around London, which should involve plenty of walking..

Saturday May 20 #

9 PM

Running 37:21 intensity: (16:54 @1) + (15:24 @2) + (4:54 @3) + (9 @4) 6.59 km (5:40 / km) +56m 5:26 / km
ahr:117 max:155

Running race 29:05 intensity: (17 @1) + (4 @2) + (5 @3) + (3:29 @4) + (25:10 @5) 10.0 km (2:55 / km)
ahr:179 max:189

Highgate night of the 10,000m PBs.

Not sure how I would feel for this. Up at 4 o clock to get to the airport on time and spent the whole morning traveling down. Checked into the hotel room at about midday and had some food and a nap.

Legs felt good on the warm up and the rest of me felt pretty good too.. I was determined that no matter how I felt I would run my own race and make sure I worked body hard!

Took the first km easy and a group split off pretty early, leaving me in the second group but the pace was good. I felt pretty good for the first half, sharing the pacemaking in my group. It was pretty windy and my left foot started to hurt from the spikes around 3km but eased off until about 8km.. In all the first 5k felt ok and I did it in 14.31.

For the most part I was catching the people falling off the front group and this felt good. With about 6km gone, Ellis Cross of St Mary's came to the front of the group and from there I didn't lead so much. I felt ok but kept telling myself to try to conserve energy, it was too early to really push it yet. Once it got to 7.5km I knew it was time to push on but I didn't have the legs any more and my stomach started to turn. From here to the finish I was in survival mode!

Happy enough with a PB but I'd have loved to get under 29! I could find lots of reasons where I could get those 5 seconds but it was mainly that I didn't have the legs to take it on in the second half! Great event, huge atmosphere.

Running 20:37 intensity: (20:01 @1) + (31 @2) + (5 @3) 3.33 km (6:11 / km)
ahr:108 max:121

Friday May 19 #

7 PM

Running 46:58 intensity: (14:05 @1) + (15:44 @2) + (12:09 @3) + (5:00 @4) 8.18 km (5:44 / km) +41m 5:36 / km
ahr:126 max:160

Warm up, drills, strides. Legs felt awesome but the rest of the body less so. Just have to see how things go tomorrow..

Thursday May 18 #

Note
(rest day)

I wouldn't say I still have a cold but the aftereffects are lingering a bit longer than I would like. Every so often my nose is getting blocked and I need a bit of a cough but apart from that I feel fine both during the day and running. This rest day was always in the plan so I hope it does both my legs and the rest of me some good. Fingers crossed I am just overthinking things..

Wednesday May 17 #

7 PM

Running 1:08:04 intensity: (37:35 @1) + (30:29 @2) 14.2 km (4:48 / km) +181m 4:30 / km
ahr:113 max:133

Tuesday May 16 #

7 PM

Running 1:24:40 intensity: (2:04 @1) + (1:05:50 @2) + (14:58 @3) + (1:48 @4) 18.9 km (4:29 / km) +124m 4:20 / km
ahr:129 max:161

Still not normal so swapped the track for easy running and strides.

Monday May 15 #

7 AM

Running 45:07 intensity: (33:55 @1) + (5:50 @2) + (4:28 @3) + (54 @4) 8.77 km (5:09 / km) +95m 4:53 / km
ahr:113 max:159

Hopefully an easy week will see the end of this cold.

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