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5k club race this evening. My time was slow for the first two miles then super fast for the last one, as it was starting to get dark and I was all on my own near the back of the pack! The trails in that part are pretty off the beaten track so I was freaking out a bit with no one else in sight....Seems I need a bit of fear to shake up my pace!
the shorter club run round Hyde Park for 7k at 4.55m/km. got back just before absolutely torrential downfall..really looking forward to the Round Norfolk Relay this weekend...
5M Fartlek done and dusted. Not a bad session actually. Dry,cool with no wind
baldbloke: All the best for it.
Wed 7.00pm - 14km (62 min)
cool and dry evening - not too bad a run but felt quite 'heavy' - glad to get out this evening after a tough day at work - always good to let off some steam
good running everyone
7.4 easy miles round Kettering tonight. Opted out of the track session as am doing the Maindenhead half on Sunday.
It's official, winter is here.
First club run this year where we've stayed on the pavements around the village as it's too dark to run through the unlit country roads. I foresee a long boring winter of 1 mile reps around the village twice a week....
Anyway, tonight was 8miles, fairly easy.
5 miles last night at an average of 7mm, rest day today ready for the parkrun tomorrow!
6 miles this morning. Not on top of my game at all. Another sleepless night courtesy of my teething son. Wasn't really up for it but I didn't run last night because of a headache and this morning I just needed to get out of the house.
God, I've just read that back and I really should pull myself together!
Not posted for some time here but still running every day. Streak = 592 days today
Since Sunday, it's been one 5-miler and five 10ks!
Welcome back swittle
3M easy for me today.
9.5 miles for me today. Still can't crack the 10 miles- this regressing business has been going on since May now. I was easily knocking out 10-12 miles every week before then, and my disastrous HM in June, now I crumble at 7-8 miles. I need to do something. Firstly I think face the inevitable pulling out of October's (16 mile) race. Then maybe focus on 5 and 10ks.... problem is I keep procrastinating about it....
I had a good run last night. 6 miles in 48 minutes which is the longest I've been able to maintain that pace for. I'm struggling to get to 10 miles at the moment but I've got a few weeks before the Great South Run and then need to build again for the Trowbridge Half Marathon in December. It seems like a big ask.........
Nessie73 - what you have achieved before you can and will achieve again
Sat 4.30am - imsomniac run (14km - garmin free) - I always enjoy the occasional run in the middle of the night although it is impractical apart from the odd weekend when work isn't an issue - slower run to try and get some recovery into my legs - bit apprehensive about tomorrow's long run (21 mile) - last week was no fun
good weekend running everyone
Easy run done and , nice autumnal day up here in West of Scotland.
Hedge: good for you running 6M in 48mins. All the best.
First time I've ran HM distance in a couple of years today. I entered a local race on the spur of the moment and am delighted I did.
It was the first time this race has been held and it was superb. Great course, well organised (except for an underestimation on the number of porta loos), really friendly atmosphere. Even the weather was perfect.
Almost forgot, I even did a PB.
To top it all, they were handing out beers on the finish line ! ! !
Ok it was alcohol free, but even so walking around with a beer immediately after a race was nice.
Very autumnal again up here
Bumped in front of spammers
Sun 7.00am - 35km (3.08)
cool and dry early morning run - managed to get round and got rid of a few demons from last Sunday - easy pace but still had to grind the last few km out - one more long run to go - feeling better today than a week ago
good effort everyone
Maidenhead half this morning. 42 seconds outside my PB at 1.24.48.
Still I suppose it is my first long race since my marathon last April.
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