no appointment necessary!
it is wet out and i should be getting on my bike........but my shed alarm is playing up so that it goes off for 5 mins when ever i open it up as i can disarm it...and can't find instructions on how to reset it..........
seesm a bit early to disturb the neighbours
shame about the alarm Seren, isn't there an on-line version of the manual?
My computer network at home seems to have finally died a death, so lots of careful cutting and pasting of settings will be needed before I finally get brave and start pressing some reset factory defaults.
a week is nearly over, phew!
what a tiring week it's been
My week is nearly over as well ... just about 5 hours left and I get a few days offFollowing the physios advice I have managed to do a good 90 mins of drills and that there running thing today/last night which is quite pleasingLong bike is pencilled in for Sunday although looking at the Rugby games that are on I am glad it is in pencil
morning all.got up early to take my hubby over 20 miles away to chuck him out of the car in the beacons in the dark..............no doubt he will make his way home
i am struggling to fit in execise today.but first things first i have to clean and prepare my bike for my first 10TT tomorrow
morning all, i have been up bright and early to help old lodger move... now off to look at a decent second hand bed...
then off for a night out in Worcester
Saucy Ive done bugger all
I have cleaned my bike.......there are more silver parts than i realised
I did 3 of them the other day ....
great runniung cas
great back up run cas......glad its all going well
i loved the TT race this morning despite the second half being horribly hard as uphill into a very strong wind...i believe i came in the top half of the ladies....
everyone was complaining of their slow times because of the wind..so that made me even more pleased with my 32:38
Nice one, Seren!
Just discovered my next race is a week later than I thought it was so I have an extra week to get some training in
Well done Seren! It was quite quite vile out there todayI have eaten a bucket load of stir fry and am just sampling a ginger beer Nice running Cas! I hope to be back up to some proper running in the not too distant future!
fantastic running there Cas, last big push ahead of the race?
about 9 and a half miles for me today, and a shorter 5 mile run yesterday afternoon. Same mileage this week for me as you managed this weekend!
So no tapering? ... some big miles there, sounds good, excellent choice of terrain for the out and back considering Compton.
i am not ultra-ing this year, but I'm hoping a diet of 25-30 miles a week will get me quick enough and fit enough to be in a position to have a go in 2014 if the mood takes me
UltraCas wrote (see)
I hope so, then I can take you out with me on my Ridgeway recces!
Oh .. do you need me to show you the way?
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