Miles:
5982 total / 1091 in 2016
Goal:

build a good solid base in 2016 working on pace, fitness to achieve my ultra A plan in 2017

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  • 21 miles
  • 03:33 time
  • 2752 calories
  • 4 workouts
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  • This Week time period

Entries

  1. RUN
    5 mi 00:49 09:49 pace

    Easy pace very pleased with my runninn at mo 2 days off now Wooo hoo

  2. RUN
    5 mi 00:54 10:48 pace

    .7 mile X 4 hill reps storming it 1000ft climb

  3. RUN
    good 8.5 km 00:49 09:13 pace

    10 warmup 3 X 3 min fast 3 min recover
    4x2 m 1 m recover
    5x1 min 30 secs

  4. RUN
    good 10 km 01:01 09:49 pace

    Recovery 10k trail

  5. RUN
    4 mi 00:43 10:46 pace

    Trail recovery X very happy with weeks work

  6. RUN
    20 mi 04:06 12:19 pace

    3390ft climb
    Run from walderton through Surrey absolutely stunning but mental hills

  7. FIT
    01:00

    Gymage time felt strong

  8. RUN
    3 mi 00:29 09:45 pace

    Recovery trail

  9. RUN
    3 mi 00:29 09:39 pace

    5am recovery 21 already hot hot hot

  10. RUN
    6.5 mi 01:13 11:09 pace

    Easy 1k 4 X .6 mile hill reps easy cool down 975ft climb very happy

  11. RUN
    6.36 km 00:40 10:03 pace

    Easy warm up and down
    4 combination sprint hill reps damn hot

  12. RUN
    Summertime go 5 mi 00:46 09:16 pace

    Boom loving the heat 22 degrees at 8am lush lush lush

  13. RUN
    25 mi 05:18 12:43 pace

    Doing the night section Autumn 100!very hilly bloody killed me now beer time

  14. RUN
    10 mi 01:41 10:08 pace

    Never very eventful wasn't in the mood so pulled up at 10 I have 25 miles on my course Friday so not too worried about not completing planned long run

  15. RUN
    5 mi 00:45 08:59 pace

    5 mile progressive very happy with this run 2 days off before the training really steps up

  16. RUN
    5 mi 00:43 08:37 pace

    5 min warm up and cool down 8 X 3 mins hard 90 secs recovery