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Training Log Archive: FE

In the 7 days ending May 15:

activity # timemileskm+m
  Orienteering2 2:09:30 9.35(13:51) 15.05(8:36) 220
  Walking1 35:00 1.99(17:36) 3.2(10:56) 80
  Warm Up1 8:00 0.5(16:06) 0.8(10:00)
  Total3 2:52:30 11.84(14:34) 19.05(9:03) 300

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Sunday May 15 #

Walking 35:00 [1] 3.2 km (10:56 / km) +80m 9:43 / km
shoes: Roclite 275s

Just about worth including as training to contrast with overdoing last weekened so soon after the SGL3D.

Saturday May 14 #

Orienteering 1:12:00 [3] 7.75 km (9:17 / km) +125m 8:36 / km
shoes: Roclite 275s

Farley Heath - Blue Course - 5.9k
Had a 48 hour ECG holter monitor fitted y'day, timing well with today's O.
Even better, by coincidence I felt rubbish after 25mins after initially feeling quite good, which may useful feedback. Lacked strength and energy. Walked perhaps 3%. Shoes & achilles much better after making sure they were looser than usual.
Technique also deteriorated and fell into the planners traps! Bracken had sprung up from nowhere.

Warm Up 8:00 [2] 0.8 km (10:00 / km)

Been lazy of late, slowly warming up after starting which does not always go smoothly.

Thursday May 12 #


Achilles tendonitis developing on R foot. Will need to make sure shoes are neither tight or loose(!) and ice twice daily.

Wednesday May 11 #

Orienteering 57:30 [3] 7.3 km (7:53 / km) +95m 7:24 / km
shoes: Roclite 275s

MLS Tweseldown - Blue Course - 3 x 2.1k loops
Just 15s when overshooting control and the odd hesitation and short cut that didn't pay off.
Planning could have been more imaginative with all the loops heading out the same way, otherwise a good wet run out.
Area around R shoe top sore to the point of slowing me down. Mix shoes and loosen laces ASAP when shoes feel tight.
Need to mix training up if I can, as running is getting ploddy and legs are lacking strength. That said, O is the variety together with the long walk/shuffle.

Tuesday May 10 #


Bliss 9.5 hours sleep. So esssential if training is to lead to any meaningful adaption.

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