GBM - I know, I impressed myself! Had my "feeling sorry for myself" day yesterday and forced myself out today!!
Well Done to the XC-ers! proper racing that! RB obviously thrives in the mud!
5 hours out around the Edale Skyline for me today - lots of snow/ice underfoot and biting wind for the majority, but still a picnic compared to the 6 1/2 hours in the Lakes last Wednesday, here's a pic of High Raise trig:
Well done all XC runners. And NI don't jinx Trafford and Wilmslow like that!
DTS, that's an awesome picture.
PPP, is that you house up for sale? And remind me how I sponsor you - just text you with an amount or did you end up setting something else up?
DAZ--I watched a programme last night on the north face of the Eiger. You should try that next.
PPP--Core stabilty! Once it feels better start doing planks and side planks. TB will be on later with further details.
Its a Monday today so that means i'm starting my VLM training again!
DTS Great picture.
GBM Dont forget to write another training plan.
PPP Sorry to here about your back, Ill sponser you for the hair cut £20 for above the collar.
PPP yeah core exercises are the way forward. Cutting your hair would reduce the load on your back too.
Well run JMC - great to count in the team. No medals for WRC either - it was never looking likely after I lapped our 5th and 6th counters.
NI - good to see you as promised on lap 3 - but I'm sure that you'll go a whole lot faster on dry land.
Fantastic effort and results from the juniors - just as well after driving all that way. And all the way back caked in mud.
I'm not Malcolm, I'd actually much prefer less mud. Sunderland would have been a great course in dry conditions. There was "nobody older than me ahead of me" - that is a BHB sort of way of talking up my result ....
TB - cant get too bridezilla until after March 18th. Have to sit a 3 hour written exam and its hanging over my head like doomsday. Have booked church and a pub after so main bit done.
PPP, I'll go for £20 as well.
PPP save your 12 quid (for your haircut) and get out on the hills. Just do a few planks at home when nobody's watching.
Checkout the aftermath of Saturday.
I stopped off for tea at my Uncles on the way home who is a Vicar in Ferryhill. The local parishioners got a bit of a shock on their way to evensong when they saw me stripped down to my undies in the vicarage garden trying to scrape the mud off with a scrubbing brush and bucket of hot water.
JMC - hope they went to confession after seeing you.
ppp - I will go £20 for above the collar, 30 for a clipper cut, 40 for a nixon cut
TB - having second thoughts about arthroscopy, if I get running again that would increase the chance of having to enjoy your company. another big life choice. Mgmt is out and running again and gaining confidence that the ground is where her eyes are telling her it is.
TST-good news for Mgmt, plus she gets to get away from you. So, does that mean, you won't be running again (big sigh of relief could be heard by GVS)
RB-i've told both PPP and JMC, if they want to improve, is to get out and run with you.Talking to Malcom F at AM, i know he's a good runner, but a mara. in 2.25'ish, there's something for you to aim for.
GBM-apologies, just seen your earlier message, good to see you back on the mara. training yet again.
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