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Training Log Archive: FE

In the 7 days ending Oct 4:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Cycling1 48:30 14.2(3:25) 22.85(2:07) 180
  Running1 44:27 3.36(13:15) 5.4(8:14) 46
  Orienteering1 31:52 2.11(15:05) 3.4(9:22) 100
  Warm Up1 10:00
  Total3 2:14:49 19.67 31.65 326

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Saturday Oct 3 #

Cycling 48:30 [3] 14.2 mi (3:25 / mi) +180m 3:17 / mi
ahr:135 max:154 shoes: TCR

E Clandon-Ripley-W Clandon loop
4 weeks (2nd in 7) since last ride and legs were good. Running and walking uphills has kept them strong. Road closed/flooded by HMP apart from verge.Autumnal with debris covering the bike lane.

Wednesday Sep 30 #

Orienteering 31:52 [4] 3.4 km (9:22 / km) +100m 8:10 / km
ahr:152 max:159

Army LVS Short Green - Wohoo good technically & HR was around TH throughout apart from a small lowering in tricky N area. 2 mins down on Colin who lost 30s to my 90s, and running at similar speed on same legs as blue leading runners. Glasses fine for MR & long range. Errors all in the circle, more attention still required.

Warm Up 10:00 [2]

Monday Sep 28 #

Running 44:27 [3] 5.4 km (8:14 / km) +46m 7:54 / km
ahr:162 max:191

Penn Woods TVOC - Short Green 3.6k
Another poor techinical race. Legs died after only 17mins, so much so I wasn't bothered when walking through slow run.
1. 2.30, didn't see warnings in start lanes and couldn't make the unbrashed bits fit.
5. 0.45, drifted N, not taking enough care on bearing & angle to slope.
6. 2.45, mistook smaller path for main track in valley, not taking in enough information from map.
13. 1.45, saw post and assumed it was a path marker. A mistake made by everyone hitting main path from that side according to routegadget.
No soreness whatsoever during or day after. Muscles otherwise detrained but intact! HR far too high.

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