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Training Log Archive: FE

In the 7 days ending May 1:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Fell Running2 10:08:00 26.32(23:06) 42.35(14:21) 1840
  Orienteering1 1:19:53 4.54(17:37) 7.3(10:57) 60
  Total3 11:27:53 30.85(22:18) 49.65(13:51) 1900
averages - sleep:5 weight:72.8lbs

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Sunday May 1 #

Fell Running 5:42:00 [2] 23.1 km (14:48 / km) +880m 12:26 / km
slept:4.0 shoes: Roclite 275s

Silva Great Lakes 3 Day - Day 2 - Cafe Class 75th from 430 fast walking.
Legs went big tme up/down Rannerdale Knotts and so lightheaed I had to sit down.
N shore of Buttermere was gorgeous despite broken body.
Having broken tent door zips on both sides, wind & steady rain, plus temporary thermorest valve memory lapse(!) led to broken sleep until 4.30am.

Saturday Apr 30 #

Fell Running race 4:26:00 [2] 19.25 km (13:49 / km) +960m 11:04 / km
slept:6.0 shoes: Roclite 275s

Silva Great Lakes 3 Day - Day 1 - Cafe Class 10th from 230 fast walking and on a par with last year when running!? Only reason I think was my RC up Catbells from the NW not N was quicker and some others drawn to mine road rather than incline at Honister.
Dead leg started to complain within an hour.

Wednesday Apr 27 #

Orienteering 1:19:53 [2] 7.3 km (10:57 / km) +60m 10:31 / km
weight:72.8lbs shoes: Roclite 275s

MLS Pyestock Score 24 from 25 - 79.53
Didn't take more than a minute before I got bored just walking and shuffled for the next 50 mins. Still can't bend leg much so going downhill, climbing over or ducking under things or jumping ditches is limited.
Start to 10 took 26 mins, and only 5% slower than C Lovegrove.
MR fine on all but 2 controls in the same areas as last time and lost 5 mins.
Leg painful after an hour.

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(injured)

Have new purple bruising around knee and yellow just below, both through no impact. Probably downward movement from thigh according to MIE.
Surprisd to loose a noticeable amount of weight recently just walking. Encouraging if it's not a mirage

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