feeling sick now!
will probably do 10 today if i get up in time to go to the early weight watchers meeting if not it and i over sleep will be 5 as i won’t have time to do 10 and go to later weight watchers meeting
Well 10 miles for me today the whole run took 1:26:16 with an Avg pace of 8:28
Only 3.4 miles for me today time was 30 mins , not happy, but legs were like lead after Saturdays LSR.
Nice pace for you though Toby
Dee thats still in under a 10 min mile pace, so i would take that as a positive, hope your having a rest day today .....
for me its a rest day after building up the intensity of my running the last few days, todays rest is very welcome, although, i will be doing some strength work ie the dvd from hell..
For those wanting to know about the weight lost for myself and my daughter jenny ...jenny has been steadily losing and only has 3 pound to go to have lost her first stone
Myself i started at 9 stone 11 pound and am now 9 stone 1. pound so only 1 more pound for my running weight i was in 2010/2011!!! The weight crept on when the running stopped over last winter...
And yes we still eat cake ,jenny makes the best banana muffins ...good recovery fuel after a run
Toby i may have to swap legs for the half marathon, ill have your "go faster legs" you can have my," im trying to go faster legs!!"
Don't have time for a proper catch-up but see that Yvonne and Toby have been doing some good training lately. And that Yvonne is making sure that cake-related stuff carries on being posted here
Work is still as busy as ever and am feeling decidedly worn out by the time I get home each night - since the system upgrade the number of incidents to deal with each day seems never-ending.
Went out tonight for my first run for a week. Managed 3.5mls at 10:20 pace so was happy with that considering my lack of running lately due to the hot spell. I haven't gone back on my decision to give the Chippenham HM a miss. In fact, having decided I was never going to be ready in time it feels like a weight has been lifted and I can enjoy my running again. I still think I'll be ready for the Ridgeway Run on 13th Oct so am going to amend my training plan for that.
well must get out for a run today had every intention of doing one yesterday but got watching Doctor Who with my son so it never happened
just 6 miles for me yesterday no idea how long it took as i deliberately left my Garmin at home
Naked running Toby! I hate running without my iPod.
Really need to fit my tempo session in tonight, have loads to do as I leave my current job tomorrow after 5 years so lots of cakes will be expected, considering we have over 100 staff in the deparment, that's a lot of cakes.
Tempo run of 5.5 miles in 54 minutes completed 10 minute warm up jog followed by 3x 10 minute fairly comfortable hard running 2 minute recovery run 10 minute cool down jog. Didn't feel too bad, and didn't feel as as lasts weeks
Dee do you have to supply the cake?
Well done on your tempo run at least you managed to fit it in ...
DVD for strength for me today then just a 20 min run at HMP pace tomorrow I may make it a bit longer but have got a 2 hour run on Saturday morning to do so hoping for 12 plus miles then ...that should eradicate all calories eaten from the fruit and nut bar that jumped into my shopping trolley yesterday all 120 gramms of it
Yvonne - yes I do have to supply the cakes what DVD do you use?
It's Gillian Michaels 30 day shred !!! And can I say if you have a week off from doing it and then you go balls out and do it again you feel like you've been hit by a train !!! I'm only now on level 2 as I don't follow it religiously if I did I wouldn't feel so stiff after ...there are some amazing results online from doing it and my daughter is doing it most days at the moment I only do 2 days but should do it more ..
I have that one level 3 isn't that big of a jump as 1 to 2 - I did lose a few inches doing that
I do have to put it on silent though as listening to her does my head in I actually never watched level 3 till the other day and I've had it for over a year .....I think it does the job though those compound exercises doing arms and legs together certainly tests your balance and core strength I like it anyway
Well that’s the 20 miler for this month done managed to run it all this time took me 3:10:57 with and Avg pace of 9:25 so not bad
Set out to do 12 mile LSR, could only manage 4!!!! Note to self do your LSR before you have an afternoon/evening out with the girls will do 12 next weekend instead of the 8
well 10 miles for me today the whole thing took 1:26:20 don't know about pace as I've had to send my Garmin back for repair sent it today they say it will be 10 to 14 days but probable be quicker so let hope there right
Oh Dee I can so relate to your post from yesterday ...it's my birthday today and I shuffled all my runs up to give myself a rest day today ,but yesterday afternoon I was a little worse for wear !!!! I work in a pub and let's just say I had a few drinks brought for me,mind you I was a good girl and did my scheduled run in the morning before work....mind you I soooo couldn't of run today
Back to it tomorrow though with the DVD and a little run ..... now should I do it before I go shopping and spend my birthday money
Toby good mileage and I reckon the pace is worked out by dividing 86 mins by 10 which is 8.6 so nearing the 9 min mile pace ....you thought your garmin was playing up the other Saturday when we ran
i think what they will do is send me a refurbished one
Yvonne belated birthday wishes hope you had a great one
Happy birthday for yesterday Yvonne
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