Your weekday 'magazine' programme from Worcsetershire
Don't worry, I'm back to save the thread. Or kill it off for good. I just realised I hadn't been on here for ages, what with all the other forms of communication available these days. And because I've not done much running, so it's not been at the front of my mind. I managed a very warm 3 miles today though and the summer do more/eat less campaign begins today. I even walked up the four flights of stairs at work.
Yep, I killed it.
That's about it at the moment. I'll be back when something exciting happens.
There's a pulse, it's very faint...
I am at work, and life isn't as good as when I was drinking red wine last night.
Think you might have to try again, Ant!
How many times do you shock a thread before calling time of death?
Ssssssssh, I'm trying to sleep!
Resuscitation times vary depending on pre existing conditions, age etc, there's no set time, or number of shocks. 40 minutes of full on CPR would be considered a long time. Give it up guys, t'was a valiant effort at thread resuscitation.
In other news, tibial stress fracture seems insistant on not healing. Looks like I'll have to bin HOTH
Congrats on the sub 14:40, wine drinking, returning to work and mistery meetings in London.
Morning gentlefolk. I have returned from foreign parts (well, Cornwall)
I am now officially a fat bastard.
Nice sub 1:40 Ant; not such good healing, Gizzy. Nice report Musky.
I'm not sure I stopped being a fat bastard but I'm having a go at the moment to rectify that and am 7lbs down.
Back from Outlaw. It was good.
Mr Hamster, you will shortly have an e-mail type message.
Easier course than Stratford :P
Mousers, when is it? If I'm available let's get it on! C+P of Outlaw report please!
Crashie - They've changed the course but we still had to run 100m to a cone and back again.
I've now done all my target times of sub 22-5k, 45-10k, 1:40-1/2M and 4hrs-M. I need to find something new to aim for.
Mouse - Was the weather warm enough this time for a non-wetsuit swim?
Hello there!I have been inspired by a weekend of hanging out with lots of lovely Pirate friends, to drop in and say hello to some other lovely friends (some of whom are also Pirates) who weren't there. I had a brilliant race, and am still on cloud 9. Plus I cant stop grinning when I see my trophy!!Good work on the PBs Ant! Something new - revise them all downwards and start again?!Whats next for you, Mr Hamster?
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