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Training Log Archive: Peds

In the 7 days ending May 8:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running2 41:23 4.85(8:32) 7.8(5:18) 54
  Total2 41:23 4.85(8:32) 7.8(5:18) 54
averages - weight:64.9kg

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Sunday May 8 #

7 PM

(rest day)

Another groundhog day of library til brain dead then home for a bit of golf. Hitting the ball very cleanly now. QFT exam tomorrow, can't wait to get it done and finally forget everything, like clearing out temporary files from my brain. What a system.

Saturday May 7 #

4 PM

Running 13:09 intensity: (12:55 @1) + (14 @2) 2.56 km (5:08 / km)
ahr:120 max:133

Meadows lap with Felix, AJ and Telfer. Feeling alright, legs a bit fresher maybe, and nice to get away from the physics. Also slept for a solid 10 hours last night.

Friday May 6 #

10 AM


Doctor did all the usual checks (blood pressure, temperature etc) and they were all fine. Blood test next Friday (earliest they could do) which isn't ideal in the small likelihood I have Lyme as won't know for 2-3 weeks from now, but agreed there's not enough evidence for blind treatment.

Thursday May 5 #

5 PM

(rest day)

Headache, unsurprisingly, a bit worse after leaver's meal. Should have gone to the doctors last week but Thompas' diagnosis was the kick I needed, appointment tomorrow morning.

Wednesday May 4 #

5 PM

weight:64.8kg (rest day)

Was planning on running but felt tired and headachy so didn't bother. Ho hum.

Tuesday May 3 #

9 PM

weight:64.6kg (rest day)

Exam 1/4 done, the thinking-clearly-under-pressure business was probably the best bit of orienteering training I've done in the last 2 weeks. Headache much the same.

Monday May 2 #

6 PM

Running 28:14 intensity: (19:03 @1) + (9:11 @2) 5.24 km (5:23 / km) +54m 5:07 / km
ahr:127 max:143 weight:64.8kg

Down towards Blackford with Spud, Dan, Tim and Ali which was nice then looped back through the hospital again. Felt very much as expected, heavy-headed and legs a bit disconnected. Nice and slow though and not feeling any worse after.

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