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Training Log Archive: Treb

In the 7 days ending Aug 14, 2016:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running on Paths6 7:24:26 49.49(8:59) 79.64(5:35) 1314
  Total6 7:24:26 49.49(8:59) 79.64(5:35) 1314

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Sunday Aug 14, 2016 #

2 PM

Running on Paths 1:30:00 [2] 16.25 km (5:32 / km) +135m 5:19 / km

The green loop on ├ągesta with Josh Cat and Elwood. Fun loop with a couple of long marshes. Once the forest loop was done we did the 3k trail loop before heading back.

Saturday Aug 13, 2016 #

2 PM

Running on Paths 1:29:17 [2] 16.1 km (5:33 / km) +155m 5:17 / km

Run with Josh and Elwood out to the lake we scattered Tom's ashes in. Nice route and legs feeling more comfortable with the rough tracks.

Friday Aug 12, 2016 #

6 PM

Running on Paths 44:17 [3] 7.66 km (5:47 / km) +93m 5:27 / km
shoes: Bright Blue Asis

Slow loop wroth Louise followed by a few short hills with Cat.

Thursday Aug 11, 2016 #

2 PM

Running on Paths 1:01:21 [2] 10.52 km (5:50 / km) +146m 5:27 / km
shoes: Bright Blue Asis

First run in Sweden. Over the the club house and a loop through the forest wit Josh and Cat.

Tuesday Aug 9, 2016 #

6 PM

Running on Paths 37:33 [2] 7.7 km (4:53 / km) +101m 4:35 / km
shoes: Bright Blue Asis

Evening run with Ali. Legs were feeling very tired after yesterday and the hills were quite slow. We had originally planned to do intervals but decided the legs weren't up to it. Headed over towards Nobottle down to the rifle range and back up to Little Brington straight over to the Whilton road and back up the hill.

Monday Aug 8, 2016 #

12 PM

Running on Paths 2:01:58 [3] 21.41 km (5:42 / km) +684m 4:55 / km
shoes: Bright Blue Asis

Long run along the Malvern Hills after a slightly heavy weekend. Ran from the Northern tip of the hills down to Redmarley a village a couple of miles south of the southern tip of the hills.
Very tired by the end and slightly regretted not eating anything between breakfast and starting the run.

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