Weekly Summary

Training week 5 to 11 January

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Last "weird" week of special dates. I usually train on Monday nights, but given the influx of camels on the street that night (can you tell which camels you are thinking of?), it was time to eliminate it, especially since the 6th was early morning. Therefore this week has been limited to 2 outings and a football match.

DayActivityDistancePace/SpeedClick on
MondayRest ---
TuesdayRest---
WednesdayRunning10.01 km5:07 min/km157 ppm
ThursdayFootball3.93 km-133 ppm
FridayRest---
SaturdayRest---
SundayRunning15.01 km5:08 min/km163ppm

Wednesday's outing was "free", with no specific objective, just to go for a run to start "cleaning" all the party powder kegs. Not too tight, but I didn't want to go for a walk either. In the end it was 10km and an average heart rate of 157, just the kind of training I was looking for.

Training January 7

Buscador de chollos

On Sunday I like to leave it for the long start: 15 kilometres with an average rhythm of 5:08. At that rhythm I felt very comfortable. Without a doubt I think that the objective of going under 1:50 at the Half Marathon in Malaga will be fulfilled without much problem.

Training January 11

From tomorrow I will start my preparation more seriously. I want to do three races a week: a short and fast one for speed, the second one for medium distance at race pace and a third long one to accumulate kilometers.

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