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Training Log Archive: grilla

In the 7 days ending May 8:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Run3 1:25:29 7.71(11:05) 12.41(6:53) 214
  Orienteering1 31:20 2.21(14:10) 3.56(8:48) 94
  MTB1 6:01 0.39(3.8/h) 0.62(6.2/h)
  Total5 2:02:50 10.31(11:55) 16.59(7:24) 308

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Sunday May 8 #

7 AM

Run 37:41 [3] 5.61 km (6:43 / km) +79m 6:17 / km
ahr:148 max:178 shoes: Kayano 27 Blue 10

Nat picked me up
Part way through her run. With Indi and Leo. Bruce Ridge loop to 2b10. Feeling much better today but still quite congested really.

Saturday May 7 #

10 AM

Orienteering 31:20 [3] 3.56 km (8:48 / km) +94m 7:46 / km
ahr:152 max:177 shoes: VJ Bold 7.5

Short course at Mt Taylor. A bit sloppy on direction at times, difficulty reading the 5,000 scale map, and still very short on lung power.

Wednesday May 4 #

6 AM

Run 12:12 [3] 1.54 km (7:55 / km) +73m 6:25 / km
ahr:137 max:154 shoes: Kayano 27 Blue 10

It was a beautiful morning for a run. Even though I had to wear shorts!

Lungs still feel a bit underpowered. Knees were quite mobile which was good, but they must be bruised and did not like the downhill so walked back.

Tuesday May 3 #

12 PM

MTB 6:01 [3] 0.62 km (6.2 kph)
ahr:130 max:167

Epic failure to get out and enjoy the sunshine. Was trying to fix my dropper post while riding, downhill, standing in the pedals, one hand on the bars and one on my seat. Somehow managed to knock the front brake on. Did manage to manoeuvre such that I landed on some red gravel driveway on my uphill rather than the bitumen downhill. made it home to a nice bottle of dettol with my tail between my legs. I blame brain fog.

Monday May 2 #

11 AM

Run 35:36 [3] 5.26 km (6:46 / km) +62m 6:23 / km
ahr:149 max:172 shoes: Kayano 27 Blue 10

Was not able to get up when the swimming alarm went off but managed to pull myself together enough during the morning to get out for a run in the sun. Really glad I did, but it was very stop start with many rests.
Lucky Nat was very patient!

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