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Training Log Archive: nic.

In the 7 days ending Mar 29, 2014:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Running4 2:14:24
  Orienteering1 48:46
  Strength + Conditioning1 30:00
  Netball1 20:00
  Total6 3:53:10

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Saturday Mar 29, 2014 #

Running 24:04 [3]

Maitland Parkrun. Nice and muddy from the rain the previous day/night so it was a tad difficult to go around the corners. I started near the back so i played catch up for like the first km, but turns out apparently it was a pb! I started my watch when i crossed the start line so their time's six seconds slower too. A really nice morning!

Thursday Mar 27, 2014 #

Netball 20:00 [3]

Another win by the angels wooooooo

Wednesday Mar 26, 2014 #

Running 45:20 [3]

Skipped out on night o, i was the only one from the Blatchford houshold considering going and i'm not super keen on night orienteering so i opted for a jog from home instead. I thought it'd give me a chance to get more uni work done too but from all this time im spending on attackpoint and testing out the new AMP website thing that was probably a little optimistic...
Turned out to be a pretty hilly run though, which was completely unintentional and the legs did not love it after yesterday. But i was happy with how i was pushing it! Had to stop still for maybe 30 seconds at the 20 min mark, the outside of my calves were awful! But they were bearable enough from then on.

Tuesday Mar 25, 2014 #

Running hills 35:00 [3]

12 min warm up
2 sets of 5x 20 second hills. Pretty happy with how i went i think, legs were moving alright and i felt like i pushed myself pretty hard.
10 min warm down, calves got preeeeetty tight up the last hill to home, ill have to make sure i pick up the stretching i think.

Monday Mar 24, 2014 #

Running 30:00 [3]

From king edward park this week, the lengthy uphill at the end wasn't exactly the recovery run i was expecting but my legs coped well despite feeling a tad sore in the beginning :)

Strength + Conditioning 30:00 [3]

Strength on the highest peak of king edward park, the wind made balancing the side plank a little interesting. Good sesh

Sunday Mar 23, 2014 #

Orienteering 48:46 [3]

NOL - Kangaroo Crossing
Plan was to take the first one kind of slow to get into the scale because it’d been so long since id run on 1:15000, but then number one turned out to probably be the hardest control and for the first half of the leg i don’t think i was ever exactly sure where i was. It was a bit of a relief to finally get to one so i could kind of start over again. I took number two a bit slower to get into it finally and then didn’t really feel too bad about my navigation for the rest apart from a small mistake on seven. The course was almost over by number five though, i enjoyed the shorter legs at the end but 4.5km for a long seemed so strange, the course looks so so tiny on the map!

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