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Training Log Archive: FE

In the 7 days ending May 8:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Fell Running1 3:55:00 11.37(20:40) 18.3(12:50) 560
  Walking1 2:58:00 9.76(18:15) 15.7(11:20) 560
  Running1 50:00 3.42(14:38) 5.5(9:05) 200
  Total3 7:43:00 24.54(18:52) 39.5(11:43) 1320
averages - sleep:6.9

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Sunday May 8 #

Walking 2:58:00 [1] 15.7 km (11:20 / km) +560m 9:37 / km
shoes: Roclite 275s

Broadmoor CP to E side of Redlands - adlib route and didn't keep in touch with the map often and relocated twice a 1k from where I thought I might be. Ended up in a 400m long rhody/pheasant pen /marsh cul-de-sac in Redlands and had to use the sun.

Saturday May 7 #

Running 50:00 [3] 5.5 km (9:05 / km) +200m 7:42 / km
shoes: Roclite 275s

Chantries - Started by alternate walk/jog and gradually the walking got less. Was lightheaded and slow on the gradients. Moving far better than 10 days ago. Lovely to relax and forget about the training effect, and see what pace my body was happy with.
Managed to walk into desk corner yesterday hitting thigh exactly on bruise. Seriously might need a compression sleeve and instant icepack at this rate!

Wednesday May 4 #


First good sleep for 5 nights.
Feet very swollen after drive back and no better last night either. Perhaps I need compression socks after these events when driving back.
L hip bursa worse than before weekend.
Thigh hematoma no worse and supporting muscles feel stronger.
Far better walking downstairs than usual, though far less descent and virtually no running this time.

Monday May 2 #

Fell Running 3:55:00 [2] 18.3 km (12:50 / km) +560m 11:08 / km
slept:5.5 shoes: Roclite 275s

Silva Great Lakes 3 Day - Retired - Back from Gatesgarth Farm- Foot of Robinson - Sailbeck Pass - Little Town - Finish (walking only)
Got 100m up Robinson and decided to retire. No point in worsening potential injury and cardio wasn't cooperating either.
Took some photos instead of the Butternere reflections and finally went through Sailbeck Pass with time to take in the views.
Enjoyed it as much as day one in a different way.

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