Post details of your last run and what you think of it
Cheers for clearing up the gun/chip, will have a butchers.
Well done on hitting your target, just about - I stuggled with the first 2kms with bodies in the way too!
Are you doing the Stroud Half?
Not this year no as we're away that weekend. I doubtless will do at some point in the future though as that's very local to me.
Next race for me is the Bath Hilly Half.
Thanks for the encouragement everyone. Went on the Mcmillian running calc today to try and get a better idea of how to train so I did an easy run according to Mcmillian for 7.35 miles it was much faster than I'm used to for an easy run!! - 6:48 m/m.
Mon 7.00pm - 1 hour on treadmill - a case of trying to loosen up some stiff muscles from yesterdays long run
keep it going everyone
Up and out at 6.30 this morning for my first proper run for a fortnight. I did a VERY sedate 3 miles, and concentrated on changing to forefoot striking. It seemed to work - I had no problems with my Achilles, and it was wonderful to be out running again. The sky was beautiful - streaked with gold, and it felt very mild. What a joy!
Did 8.8miles at a nice slow pace. I swear I has asleep when I started it at 6:30!
An easy 7 miles this evening.
Pushed for time so just 4.5 miles on the treadmill tonight.
4.8miles - easy this morning. Just realised I broke 1000 miles for the year on the weekend too. Woop woop
4 miles yesterday lunchtime in 34:52.
congrats on the various Cirencester PBs.
my boss let me have two hours for lunch, so rattled off Oxford Circus-Regents Park-Primrose Hill-Parliament Hill-Kenwood House and back for 16k at 5.30m/km. very showery and autumnal, with first conkers on the ground.
club championship 10k this weekend.
8.1 mile interval session this afternoon. Getting faster so morale is high this evening along with with sore legs. Recovery tomorrow I think....
Easy 4 miler in the rain this afternoon. I saw one Frog, one Badger and one Pigeon. All dead.
7 miles round Hatfield in 61 mins. Rain held off til we got back too!
welcome to all new MLR'ers - good to read about your running exploits
Wed 7.00pm - 10km (49 min)
found a window of opportunity in between thunder/lightening and persistent rain - easy paced run with a friend with whom I'm doing the Liverpool marathon - we talked a little bit about our pacing strategies and such things - the run seemed to fly by
keep it going everyone
Tues 4.1 miles(47 mins)
Easy 4 miles yesterday, blowing a gale and raining hard, absolutely loved it, trainers still haven't dried out
10.38 miles round Kettering at 6.57 m/m pace.
5x800m @ 2:50 w/ 2min recovery.
Morning 4 easy miles my first since last Thursday.
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