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Ian logged 282 miles.

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  1. How's your training going? Well non-existent really, thanks for asking.Oh man I can't believe 3 years have passed since I was here last and it's been a sad state of affairs really. I... read more

    • Cammy H.
      Cammy H.

      I am happy to encourage you with kind words! Good job getting back on. Everyone backslides and needs encouragement sometimes. Welcome back!! I look forward to reading your posts!

      over 2 years ago Like1 person

  2. FIT
    good Punching Bag 20:00

    5 x 3 min rounds with breaks. Combo punching, elbows, hammer fists.

  3. FIT
    good Mt Ainslie Canberra 01:45

    Not sure how far this was but with family in hand worked our way up the tracks with a bit of trail blazing thrown in to get to the top. Cleaned out the cobwebs.

  4. RUN
    blah Up the hill 6 km 01:00 16:05 pace

    Walk/run - not so great - new shoes and now sporting a nice blister on my heel and knee is still playing up. I can see this is going to be a struggle...

  5. walk
    good Mt. Rogers 8.5 km 01:40 18:56 pace

    Mostly walked - left knee playing up a bit - ran uphills so less jarring. Great day for it.

    • Cammy H.
      Cammy H.

      Nice work Ian. You are doing a super job getting back into the swing of things! Take care of that knee.

      almost 6 years ago Like1 person

  6. RUN
    alright Run/Walk up the hill 5 km 40:00

    Well for the first time back I wasn't too upset with it. Pretty much lost all of the running ability (which was pretty lame mind you) from 9 months ago. Very humid and could have had a bath in... read more

    • Cammy H.
      Cammy H. Nice Job
      Nice Job:

      Great work! The important thing is that you are back at it!!! Take it slow and easy. It is better to start over and work your way back. I injured my hamstring after a long break because I did not heed that advice.

      almost 6 years ago

  7. FIT
    good Krav training 01:15

    Hit the floor a bit hard - usual bruises but elbow took a good whack. I really need to get my fitness up again, things go so much easier. So what did we do - choke releases from pushing chokes fron... read more

  8. Wow - I've been 'majorly' slack for 9 odd months and feeling the worse for it. Firstly sorry to all who tried to entice me back - plenty of excuses but no good reason. Been thinking ... read more

  9. FIT
    great Krav - technical night 01:15

    A lot of time on the ground tonight. Ground defence against chokes - all defences made from laying on your back with:
    attacker straddling you choking,
    attacker kneeling beside you choking
    attacker... read more

    • Tami C.
      Tami C.

      Yikes! I'm scared just reading this! Nice workout!!

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

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    • Kim D.
      Kim D.

      Lifesaving moves! Way to go!

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

    • Ian N.
      Ian N.

      Haha, Frank I'd go with the first option - RUN! ;)
      Hey guys, thanks. I'm itching to go for a run but they reckon we have 8 days of rain and so far it looks to be on the money. So Krav fills in the holes. The upside is the calf feels pretty much healed for the time off. Havagoodun everyone and stay safe :)

      over 6 years ago Like

  10. FIT
    Krav - fight skills 01:30

    Bit of revision on inside/outside punching and stabbing attacks - some new variations and then into using real world objects to defend against knife attacks like chairs. Nice steady workout but was... read more

    • Lorraine M.
      Lorraine M.

      Sounds like an interesting workout!

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

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    • Cammy H.
      Cammy H.

      Those are good skills to have! So glad your calf is not giving you problems. Good job!

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

    • Ian N.
      Ian N.

      Yep it's good fun and nice to have up your sleeve if you need it. 'Real world' - haha yeah think day to day items - basically anything that will help keep the knife or attacker away from you - chairs, bins, notebooks - the key being to know what's around you and use it if you get the chance.

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

  11. So it's been almost a week since I got taken out with this calf injury. Limped my way through Krav (well I babied it as much as I could) and I think it's ready for atleast a decent walk i... read more

    • Winda L.
      Winda L.

      Get better soon! I'm not sure if it's just my procrastination-philosophy but just take it easy and don't overstress your calf! :)

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

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    • Danielle R.
      Danielle R.

      Good luck on the test walk/run!

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

    • Ian N.
      Ian N.

      Thanks all! Well, I'd planned on going tonight but by the time I got home it went from a light drizzle to a steady rain....yeh, so I bailed :/ oh well extra day won't hurt I guess but I'm thinking the longer I leave it the harder it's going to be to reclaim lost ground. Oh yeah Winda, add your procrastination with my apathy and we've got a real winning team! ;)

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

  12. FIT
    great Krav - Technical skills night 01:15

    This was super fun - started with some revision of previous weeks work (getting to your feet in various ways and break falls) and then did air chokes (forearm choke across the windpipe) and blood c... read more

  13. FIT
    great Krav - Fight skills night 01:30

    Lot of both inside/outside defence blocks and counters of punches/stabs with last line defences (against attacks you didn't have time to react to early enough). Followed up with free form spar... read more

  14. RUN
    injured Hill track 3.1 km 00:16 08:18 pace

    Well this run started off good - humped it most of the way around to my last distance but had a major blow out in my left calf - pulled something in there and had to stop - super P'd off! Turn... read more

    • Tina C.
      Tina C.

      Oh no Ian that sucks :0(
      Chin up and hope u have a speedy recovery x

      over 6 years ago Like2 people

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    • Kai H.
      Kai H. Feel Better
      Feel Better:

      Hope you recover soon! Sendig you best wishes...

      over 6 years ago

    • Cammy H.
      Cammy H. Get Better
      Get Better:

      I sure hope it heals quickly. I am so sorry to hear that you are injured.

      over 6 years ago

  15. FIT
    good Krav Technical Class 01:15

    [late entry] After getting all hot and sweaty we ran through various methods of getting off the ground quick and either bolting or engaging the opponent. Continued with forward break falls, defendi... read more

    • Winda L.
      Winda L.

      What is Krav Technical Class? Is it like self-defense or just a workout?

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

    • Ian N.
      Ian N.

      It's Self Defence training - Monday is fight skills and Wednesday is technical skills. Fight skills is about punching and kicking defence/counters in various ways and Technical skills is defending/countering chokes/sticks/knives etc. Both nights have sparing and stress situations (multiple attackers on 1 defender) to put you under pressure usually after you're physically fatigued. Hence why I consider it a workout - pretty much buggered after it :) That's the gist of it - not much room to expand here...

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

  16. FIT
    great Krav Fight Skills Class 01:30

    [Late entry] Oakey doakey what did we get up to tonight. Worked through kneeing - kneeing front on into the solar plexus area and lower, kneeing into floating ribs area - rear kicks, outside/inside... read more

  17. VELO
    great Stationary Bike 20 km 00:49 15.2mph pace

    Quick dash to 20K's, half resistance head down bum up and go go go! Krav tomorrow night so I'll give my legs a break haha and hopefully they don't get broken ;)

    • Frank H.
      Frank H.

      Good work Ian. Those posts look like a children's book: Ian Walked Up the Hill, Ian Ran Up the Hill, Ian Rode His Little Blue Bike.

      over 6 years ago Like1 person

    • Ian N.
      Ian N.

      Thanks Frank...I think...

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Ian N.
      Ian N.

      Hi Marcy - thanks for the mot! chip chip chippin' away at it ;)

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Marcy S.
      Marcy S. Great Performance
      Great Performance:

      good job!

      over 6 years ago

  18. RUN
    great Up the hill 3.3 km 00:16 07:42 pace

    Ok, so managed to eek an extra 100 metres onto the last run and dropped 12 seconds off. Certainly not worried about the time at this stage and just trying to get a bit further around but pretty sto... read more

    • Cammy H.
      Cammy H.

      Good job! That is a great pace!!!

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Ian N.
      Ian N.

      Hey thanks Cammy, early days yet but things are starting to get a bit more aligned.

      over 6 years ago Like

  19. walk
    great Up the hill 2.39 km 00:30 20:12 pace

    Bit of a dawdle after the run...

  20. VELO
    great Stationary bike 26 km 01:11 13.7mph pace

    Giving the shins a break - but I think I've got a bit more work for Jorge to do :/ kept it at a more modest 1/2 to 3/4 pace tonight and only about 3/4 resistance and no vein popping intervals ... read more