Post details of your last run and what you think of it
Just a short 6.28 miles tonight.
MattDA - enjoy the taper leading up to Bath
Thur - 7.30pm - 14km steady pace (garmin free) - first time on the pavements for a while - rest day tomorrow
keep it going everyone
Thurs 9m 1:38:xx
Jog Scotland tonight, I was in the 5 mile group, did a little over with a 2 mile run there and another 2 back. Another unseasonally mild evening up here in the highlands, not that I'm complaining
Morning and 4 easy miles.
Well, this morning was supposed to be an easy 6 miles but it turned into a 6 mile fartlek with added dog drama.
Woman had lost her Beagle so I said i'd keep my eyes out on my run. Cue much sprinting back and forth with messages from the general public about this errant hound and then eventually running after it, capturing it and handing it back to an elated owner.
Totally buggered up my pace for the easy run but a nice feeling to be involved in a happy reuinion between woman and fury friend.
Rest day tomorrow, the first in 10 days.
Good deed of the day SB
8.8 miles this misty morning. Nice easy pace with a bit of effort at the end.
Quiet day in the office today so I'm planning running route for the weekend. Staying at a friends in St Margarets which I think is near Richmond Park - any tips for routes in these kinda areas?
Lots of beagles around
My kids have generously shared their bugs with me again- 3rd time in as many months So I've not been out for a few days. Just tried to go out this morning and had to stop after 2 miles. Stupid of me really as I'm *supposed* to be doing a 10k race on Sunday. Need to lie down
There are loads of Beagles around here, they are beautiful animals.
We have a Lhasa Apso, didn't know much about the breed before I got one but now I see them everywhere and am wondering how I missed seeing them so much before.
Still, calm and cool: perfect weather for an early 10k by road to Liverpool Coastguard Stn and then back down the beach with only a few dogs & their walkers for company
Fri 11.00pm - 5km woodland trail
chucking it down - deep muddy puddles to splash through - me and my little running buddy (Fudge) enjoyed a short easy run to help us get to know each other better - I think we will enjoy many more
good running weekend everyone
Fri 4m 41mins
A run to and from gym, ran alng the canal with the aid of my headtorch, a lovely fresh evening brillliant conditions for running
sat am - tried a hill training session with the club. 45mins of "Kenyan Hills" (ie continuous hill-running) in Greenwich Park..very tough, but hoping these sessions will make me stronger for xc and other races.
very envious of anyone out running today because it's beautiful out!
baldbloke - Indeed it was (and regarding the hills - indeed it will)
Sun 7.30am - 20.5km (1.30)
early morning run - pushed on throughout and felt good - ran with someone this morning and we pushed each other - pavements a little icy and therefore slippy - more of that to come over the winter
Sun 14.4 miles 2:38:xx
A hilly 14 miles today, through some of the most georgous countryside, I think this it why I love to run.
A trecharous 12.5 miles tempo today in the ice. Rained heavy last night and then froze, very hard to stay on my feet at times and nearly went over a couple of times.
5 wet miles as its pouring down got soaked.
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