My Last Run

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28/09/2012 at 12:17

10 miles on the dreaded treadmill as it was peeing down outside, its so much easier outdoors !! then an hour spinnin..

28/09/2012 at 18:12

I did a 7.63 mile recovery run this afternoon, it felt really good to be going slow and to feel I could have gone faster.  I find it takes a lot of concerntration to keep the speed down.

29/09/2012 at 10:02

Sat 8.30am - 8km (garmin free)

weather a bit bleak this morning - wore two layers for the first time in a while - easy paced recovery run - still felt like hard work  - nevertheless, it was sill good to be out and enjoying some good autumnal fresh air

The trees are beginning to show some wonderful colours as the leaves turn

good running weekend everyone

29/09/2012 at 19:38

club 10k champs. ran 46.55, which is my second best time over the distance. a little disappointed, but glad to be improving again after several months of going backwards. felt very queasy from 7k on, meaning I couldn't speed up, although i did hold on to 4.40m/kms right till the end. plus, it was a beautiful day and a really fun event!

29/09/2012 at 19:46
My first 10 mile run. Beautiful run along the beach. x
29/09/2012 at 20:44

An evening 6.53 miles at 6:40 min pace, quoted on McMillian as an easy run (it didn't feel that way). Although it was quite windy the sun was shining, a beautiful autumn evening.

29/09/2012 at 21:04

This time last week I posted that I'd just done my longest ever run of 18 miles in 2hrs 35mins. Well, I've just beaten it, as I did 20 miles today in 2hrs 52mins. The last 6 miles or so were really hard.

Another good day for it, fresh, calm and dry.

I feel that I'm pretty much ready for my first ever marathon (Dublin at the end of October).

30/09/2012 at 10:49

Sun 7.00am - 25km

a bit slower than normal as one of my fellow runners was struggling and I felt that I had to stay with him - we got round............eventually  but it was very stop-start

no more runs over 15km until the marathon which is two weeks today

dig in everyone

 

30/09/2012 at 11:48
Just completed my first proper Tempo session (previously I thought I just had to run 30 sec faster than my recovery pace). Managed to do 2 mile WU - 4 miles at 5:53 m/m pace and a 2 mile WD. It was one of the hardest sessions I've done, even worse than intervals (which I have come to enjoy).
30/09/2012 at 13:24

21.15 miles at 7.16 m/m pace this morning.

30/09/2012 at 19:29
Following the RW half marathon plan for the BUPA Great Birmingham Run on the 21st October and today was my 10 mile long slow distance run.
Everything went well with me keeping a nice pace and finished in 1 hour 41 minutes and 18 seconds. Really wanted to run on and do the 13.1 miles, but stuck to the plan.
Now have great confidence in completing the half marathon.
Next week is the longest training run of 12 miles.
30/09/2012 at 21:51

I've not been on here for a while.  I've been having a hard few weeks with both kids starting new schools- the 11 year old at secondary and the 4 year old at primary.  Lots of change / emotion added to usual busyness of work, life etc.  Running / me time has fallen by the wayside. i only managed to run a couple of times last week but that included another good 11 miles where I felt strong and positive with energy in the tank.  Today just a 5k but I'm enjoying that distance ATM.  Hopefully things will be a bit easier in the coming week and I can get into some sort of routine again with kids, life, then running.  Dig in all, there is some great running going on here from what I've seen  

30/09/2012 at 22:15

easy run of 9 miles @ 7:50 m/m

01/10/2012 at 06:03

4M Fartlek today as easing back into it.Full moon when out very bright !

SR: Cracking 21miler yesterday.

01/10/2012 at 09:12

Nice leisurely 10 miles this morning - out the door just after five! Have felt utter rubbish since last Sundays 10k as I got my sons cold and he's been sleeping really badly because of it so we've all just been knackered. Hoped to be able to get back in the groove with a 10 mile LSR on Sunday but after going to the Tockington Tri and being dragged around the shops for hours afterwards by my wife, I had a blinding headache by the time we got home and felt like I could sleep for a week. Early night and woken at four by the baby so I thought - what the hell, lets get this done! Glad I did.

01/10/2012 at 10:37

Hola,

Did 11.9miles LSR yesterday. Than had a dirty big roast and sticky toffee pudding. Good times.

01/10/2012 at 10:49
Hi Birkmyre,

Thanks. Am doing a long build up to London next year. Want to make sure I break (hree hours this time.

SR
01/10/2012 at 11:50
DunkyD wrote (see)

Hola,

Did 11.9miles LSR yesterday. Than had a dirty big roast and sticky toffee pudding. Good times.

 

DunkyD wrote (see)

Hola,

Did 11.9miles LSR yesterday. Than had a dirty big roast and sticky toffee pudding. Good times.

Theres nothing like a good reward after a nice run. 

01/10/2012 at 15:09

recovery run round Regent's Park and Primrose Hill for 7k at 5.15m/km. feeling good. turned out that the guy who won my 10k on Saturday had been in the Olympic 800metres, so t least i can say I lost to an Oympian!

01/10/2012 at 15:16

Just shy of 9 miles on a very odd cross country route yesterday. Took a map, tried to follow some footpaths, got very lost but eventually found my way home.

Feeling fine today so I have just entered the Stroud Half.

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