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Training Log Archive: USKiwi

In the 7 days ending May 22, 2013:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Run: MP1 1:10:28 10.01(7:02) 16.11(4:22)
  Run: Strides1 59:29 8.01(7:26) 12.89(4:37)
  Run: Easy1 36:34 5.0(7:18) 8.05(4:32)
  Orienteering1 28:08 3.72(7:34) 5.98(4:42)22 /29c75%
  Total4 3:14:39 26.74(7:17) 43.04(4:31)22 /29c75%
averages - weight:72.2kg

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Wednesday May 22, 2013 #

5 PM

Run: Easy 36:34 intensity: (1:48 @1) + (16:33 @2) + (17:53 @3) + (20 @4) 5.0 mi (7:18 / mi)
ahr:140 max:157 weight:72.1kg shoes: Asics Kayano 18

5 mile recovery, Tower bridge and Waterloo.

Kept a pretty decent pace, even with the HR down

Tuesday May 21, 2013 #

7 PM

Orienteering race (Park Race) 28:08 intensity: (6 @1) + (6 @2) + (29 @3) + (26:01 @4) + (1:26 @5) *** 3.72 mi (7:34 / mi)
ahr:166 max:173 spiked:22/29c weight:72.7kg shoes: Asics GT-2170

Park Race 1, Wandle Park. Not a bad run, but a bit loose in places. Big hesitation working out 7, 20s, looked early for 12, 10s, wrong side of the fence 13, 20s, wrong way around to 18, 10s, slow to 20, 5s, missed the track down to 21, 10s, indecisive and then looked early for 24, 10s

8th place I think, so solid start to the series. Not too worse for wear.

Sunday May 19, 2013 #

2 PM

Run: MP 1:10:28 intensity: (1:56 @1) + (3:28 @2) + (43:04 @3) + (22:00 @4) 16.11 km (4:22 / km)
ahr:151 max:167 weight:71.8kg shoes: Asics GT-2170 Blue

16km, with the last 6 at 4:00 pace. Around Hyde Park. Thought the 4:00 was going to be pretty tough, but it was ok.

Thursday May 16, 2013 #

6 PM

Run: Strides 59:29 intensity: (5:09 @1) + (25:23 @2) + (22:27 @3) + (6:09 @4) + (21 @5) 8.01 mi (7:26 / mi)
ahr:141 max:172 weight:72.1kg shoes: Asics Kayano 18

8 miles w/ 8x 100m strides. Around the Serpentine and back.

These strides seem much harder than they used to. All good though

Ah, just saw that they were 2-3 seconds faster than usual! That'll make it harder!

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