The Wall Ultra 2021 – Training Week 19


Training Week 19

This weeks mileage:

29 miles running

14 miles walking the dogs

I didn’t walk as much as usual this week, which is a little disappointing but it is winter and I have skinny Lurchers so they hate going out in the cold haha.

Plus The Wife finished her virtual LEJOG walking and running challenge, and that meant I would go out walking with her on top of the dog walking. But that isn’t needed anymore, so I best factor that in, so my overall mileage of walking and running doesn’t drop too much.

Running wise I was pretty happy with my running this week. Got 3 good 4 mile runs in during the week on the paths in and around my town. The my “usual” 17 and a bit miler around the trails of my town on Saturday. The trail is a loop of 2 disused railway lines that have been converted into walking, cycling and horse riding paths. It was a bit icy in places on Saturday, and quite muddy, and one section was flooded. Which I had to wade through in my minimalist running shoes. So my feet got cold and very wet. With this in my as soon as I got home, I ordered some ArticDry waterproof socks. Hopefully they are a gamechanger for my winter running and hiking.

Sunday was a pretty miserable day weather wise, but I had a lot of fun testing out our new Alcohol and Wood Stove, these coupled with our “normal” gas stove means we should have a lot of options for our camping cooking next year and beyond.

Strava craic

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