Weekly Summary

Training week 6 to 12 October

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LAS MEJORES OFERTAS DE BLACK FRIDAY

Ya están aquí las mejores ofertas del año, NO TE LAS PUEDES PERDER.

Ofertas en tecnología deportiva: Black Friday en Garmin, Polar, Suunto y más.
Chollos en Nike: 25% de descuento en TODO (o casi todo).

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I continue to introduce interval training and I'm already starting to notice results. There have been few training sessions, but I'm maintaining rhythms that used to be difficult. It's probably also a psychological factor, because once it's been proven that you can get there, you don't feel that need to stop because of exhaustion.

DayActivityDistancePace/SpeedClick on
MondayActive rest---
TuesdayRunning13,48km6:20 min/km149 ppm
WednesdayRest---
ThursdayFootball3.4km-134 ppm
FridayRunning7.39km6:31 min/km149 ppm
SaturdayRest---
SundayDoes it hunt?---

After the mini-fiasco of the previous Sunday that I finished totally without strength, on Monday it was time to do some gymnastics for a little more than an hour.

Tuesday was the day chosen for the long start, as Sunday was likely to be occupied by a short race of less than 6km (well, and a bachelor party...) So I started training at 22:30 for a "long" run, within what that schedule allows.

Training Tuesday, October 7

Training from less to more. After the obligatory warm-up, rhythms of 6:15 min/km going down to under 5:30 min/km at the end of the training, which ended in a climb and at 170 beats per minute. Good sensations after this training.

Buscador de chollos

I rest on Wednesday and play the usual game on Thursday, and on Friday I propose new interval training with the following composition:

Interval Training October 10

And these are the splits resulting from the training (click to enlarge)

Splits 10 OctoberI decided to stop the cooling because of an overload on the posterior tibial, so I decided to finish one kilometer earlier and cool down by walking the rest of the training, and spend quite a bit of time stretching when I finished.

On Sunday I had planned to participate in a race. Short, less than 6km and with good slopes. Unfortunately I finished the week with my right leg a little bit loaded in the tibial area, and after trying it on first thing in the morning I decided not to run it. So I continued with the next event of the day, even more demanding... Does it count as "runner" training?

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Heads up!

LAS MEJORES OFERTAS DE BLACK FRIDAY

Ya están aquí las mejores ofertas del año, NO TE LAS PUEDES PERDER.

Ofertas en tecnología deportiva: Black Friday en Garmin, Polar, Suunto y más.
Chollos en Nike: 25% de descuento en TODO (o casi todo).

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