Post details of your last run and what you think of it
5.5 miles last night in pitch black. I have a half marathon at the weekend but haven't had the chance to do the miles of late. I'm gng to run on the hills this week so that it feels easier when I hit the flat but need to stay fresh(ish) for Sunday too.
5.25 cold miles last night, but as the saying goes.......Your only cold til you heat up!
13.1 mile Aviemore HM 2:03:49
First half Marathon completed, and I'm still buzzing quads feel a little stiff but it's a good feeeling
Well done StewartC - great achievement
6.5 miles this morning as an easy run. Although I put it in a bit for the 1st mile to warm myself up a bit!
Easy run 5.5 miles this evening.
4 miles this afternoon. Beautiful autumn day, love this weather for running.
StewartC- nice one
Good evening, MLR crew Another similar site to RW occupies much of my browsing time but I'm pleased to read of all your exploits!
Out at 0640 on a very windy, showery morning around Crosby; ventured down the beach but the side wind made it tricky, so I nipped inland.
5.1 miles, 44 mins. Day 625 of the Streak.
Club run tonight.
Stewart: Well done on your Half
swittle: Well done on your streak.
4.5M Steady. Cold, dry, no wind. Okay run.
Tues 5 miles 56 mins.
gentle 5 miles, good to stretch the legs
5 miles this morning run easy with 1 miles in teh middle at HM pace.
wed - 20 min loosener on the treadmill to get rid off some stiffness - the next few days will be very easy recovery and rest (swimming and pilates to vary things a little)
I've reflected on Sunday's marathon in detail over the last couple of days and now realise how much more training will be involved to get to a 3.15 target for next year - not so much 'can I do it' as 'am I motivated enough to do it'
impressive running everyone - keep it steady
11.21 hilly miles round Kettering tonight.
Joined a club and did my first club run tonight - A 5.5 mile trot @ 6:30 m/m pace really enjoyed it and even spoke to few members.
Tonight- club run through Epping Forest with headtorches in the PISSING rain, through bogs and mud. Around 4-5 miles. Got soaked to the skin and covered in mud and horse sh*t, and it was an excellent laugh It's the first time I've done one of the night runs with headtorches and I've always thought the women who do it are absolute nutters. They are, and I can't wait for the next one
9 mile steady state with a few fast bursts thrown in tonight.
5M Fartlek this morning. Opps forgot to post this earlier !
Track session tonight. 6 by 400m plus 6 by 800m.
guv001 - 6.30m/m described as a trot? - you must be flying - keep it going
Nessie 73 - your last run sounds like a hoot - glad you enjoyed it!
Thur - 30 min easy pace on treadmill - building things up slowly over the next few days - easy does it
next aim is a crack at a sub 40 10km in the near future - hope to find a suitable race soon
good effort everyone
Cheers, birkmyre. People's persistence in aiming to improve their running always gives me a huge lift. There's no thread quite like this on RW
5 miles 1st thing around Crosby, taking in the beach and grasslands behind the dunes, turned to cross country by recent rain
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