hrv:7.6 (yellow), 7.6, 7.6 (yellow) and HR 55,54,55. Hmm not great, but will probably do a long easy run anyway.
Running2:00:00 17.08 km (7:02 / km) +438m6:14 / km ahr:136 max:152
Took a Langfield map and did a few controls at the far end round Gaddings Dam. Did a few ok bearings but not worth logging as orienteering, just getting in some terrain time mainly. Despite the moors being very dry I managed to find a waist deep bog between two tussocks. Eventually extracted myself and found a river before anyone saw me plastered in orange mud. Long trudge home but felt quite comfortable the whole way although slowing on the uphills, some water would've been good but I just didn't want to carry any. Had a bar at 65ish.
Cragg, Baitings, top road to Hubberton and down Scout Rd, on Dad's gravel bike and with cleats. Another lovely sunny day and lots of other cyclists out. Was quite happy to spin along at a very low effort, before hopefully a long run tomorrow.
Running1:00:14 10.35 km (5:49 / km) +308m5:04 / km ahr:138 max:171
Warm and sunny and wearing road shoes on the moors. A walker remarked that "your bra's shrunk, must've been raining" (about the HRM) which I found highly offensive because it hasn't rained for a month and we'll be back on drought measures soon. Have some respect. Legs felt pretty decent so put in a 5min threshold effort up the road to Stoney Royd. I guess it felt ok.
Running26:53 3.79 km (7:06 / km) +155m5:54 / km ahr:125 max:141
Gallows pole on tv last night made me realise I wasn't sure if I'd met the new owners (well new-ish, 2017 maybe) of Bell House, so ran up there to say hello. Chatted for 20mins and the whole family was there as it's half term. Was interested what they thought of millions of people now knowing of their house but they didn't have as strong an opinion as I would've thought. They quite liked the show though and agreed that it was very realistic.
Running1:24:22 10.39 km (8:07 / km) +339m6:59 / km ahr:122 max:145
Reckoned the knee would up to a gentle jog and thought it would be nice to join the CVFR 'back to the fells' group (which is mostly newcomers to fell running). Correct on both fronts - lovely sunny evening and had some good chat. Knee still feeling a bit weak so being very cautious on descents, but never had any sharp pain so should be onwards and upwards.