Feel free to join me!
Hello all and welcome Becky!
welcome back JR, glad you had a good holiday. Eddy Redmaine is a rather attractive actor. He was in Birdsong. Ho hum. Yesterday i ran the run I'd meant to do when I ran through Gidleigh. There was a bridge, which turned out to be huge stepping stones, it was lush
congrats to Mummysaurus!
happy bank holiday all
Just a little further today, 3 miles along the canal, nice and flat. Joints still feel a bit stiff after holiday but feel more relaxed now i've had a good stretch post run. Another easy 3 planned for tomorrow morning.
Have a good bank holiday
August 28.55 miles
2013 – 367.51
Thanks for the welcome and encouragement everyone
I finally got myself out for day 1 of week 6 on c210k today so am up to running for a whole 10 mins at a time! Sound like nothing but it is a huge achievement for me considering that a couple of months ago I could only manage a weird sideways hop/shuffle type thing!
And my pace seems to be much improved from before my accident so that's an extra bonus.
i'd like to go out again tomorrow but I guess I should have a rest and do my physio instead
Well done Becky, good on you.
Take the rest day, this is a marathon, not a sprint (you'll soon see we're all really good at giving advice, but often fail to take our own!)
Entered the Taunton 10k today, it's on the 29th September. 5 weeks training.
Another 3 miles clocked this morning, very warm out there now.
August 31.55 miles
2013 – 370.51
Welcome Becky and good luck with starting again from the beginning.
Yes Just Run I am taking a few days off - my long Sunday run proved I need a little time off - went out for a two lap 15 and after feeling pants for the first 7 I stopped off at home to take the life giving waters that is the Tesco value energy replacement drink and after a further 100 metres turned round and went home. Time for a break!!!
Back from holiday so out for a run this morning, WK3-R1 completed
welcome here Becky
Good on you Grendel. I remember going for a 12/13 mile run a few years ago, 3 mile into it i was feeling awful. I plugged on, dragged myself through it and for the following couple of weeks had nothing in my legs. I asked an experienced runner at work if it had ever happened to him, which it had. He said he simply stopped and walked home. A lesson learned, enjoy the rest.
Welcome back Kevin. Hope you had a nice break.
Bought a book at the weekend, 50 walks in Devon. Thought i would plan some multi terrain trail runs, its full of promising routes. We took the kids for the "buzzards walk" which is a 3 1/2 mile route through woodland and along tracks, through meadows, up an ancient rocky road and a well earned jaffa cake! Couple of short, steep inclines and a perfect training run for the future.
sounds wonderful JR!
Well done everyone on all your latest. Ive been reading but not posting for a bit, might try and head out tonight for a bit to test the legs out
Everyone's doing lots of lovely running - me included! I did week 6, run 2 today and found it a bit of a struggle but I put that down to doing it as my route home from work instead of first thing in the morning. I have new physio exercises too which are making my ankle a bit ouchy, but I know that'll pass in a week or so.
JR, I was considering some trail running too over Hampstead Heath but am undecided. Am not sure if I'd be tempting fate with the ankle or if I can afford some trail trainers...
Well done Becky on getting back into the running!
Welcome back from your holiday Kevin, hope it was a good one!
Rest up Grendel, it may just be enough to make your next run great!
JR that sounds like a good idea on the walk book! Enjoy exploring the new routes!
Well I didn't manage a long run on Sunday as I was out all day at the family fun day at hubbys cricket club. But I still worked my lungs on the bouncy castle lol! Out all day yesterday too, really couldn't be bothered today, but actually managed to drag myself out for a 6mile run, on a very hilly route, in the hot sun. So now feeling pleased as I was so close to 'putting off and going tomorrow '...
its great to hear from everyone again.
good hol Kev? Well done on wk3.
Grendel, I reckon with 1200m under your belt, the odd day off is allowed. Marathon Talk talks about 'getting your running mojo back'...
JR, I've basically been running the Devon walks that I know too. My sister txt me this morning to say that her trail magazine rated Fernwerthy Reservoir as one of the top 10 trail runs. Might have to give it a go.
Becky - well done on wk6, stick with it and the physio. How hard are the trails around the Heath?
managed 8m on Sunday, got lost and almost ended up near Kes Tor. Needless to say, there were hills. Today, I stuck to a more known route and ran 6m. Feeling it in my calves already, should be I interesting tomorrow
i know exactly how you feel Lisa, the only reason I went out today was because Mr Neez poured a glass of wine and said smugly that he was allowed a rest day as he went out on Sunday and Monday, the old reverse psychology chestnut!
Happy running people
Yeah, holoday was great thanks for asking guys, plenty of beer drinking (prob too much) to be honest, BBQ, and fish & chips
Felt it though when running (bit slugish).
Went out last night and thought I would open the taps a bit as I havnt really been running much of late.
Took on the route I did when I first started out about 2 years a go. When I first started I walked this hilly 4 mile beast and it would take me just over an hour. Last night I did it in 37:38!!! Really chuffed with that!
For those who like the stats and all that... http://connect.garmin.com/activity/366211720
Not bad for a long distance slowpoke eh?
Milo - 240.46
Nice running B2b
Good to see you out and about again
Thanks Kev felt good to run fast for a bit
Well done B2B just shows this resting lark pays off!!! So much so that after 2 days rest I went out and jogged a mile this morning - no pressure just eyeballs out all the way!!!! I'll teach this old body to let me down Sunday!!!!!
ha ha ha thats what I did on the 4
Lol Gammi! Sometimes the psychology of running is harder than the physicality of it!
Well done on your hilly run B2B!
Another 5miles for me today...paced it really well again, no rushing at the start. Felt really good! Pleased No running allowed until Sunday now as I am doing the Great London swim on Saturday (providing it's not cancelled like the East was), as I don't want to risk any injuries. Nervous as I've no support with me as all family and friends are otherwise engaged
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