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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
keep it going everyone
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.
well done timinho - hope to get sub 40 myself in the near future
Mon 11am - easy 8km woodland run with my friend Fudge - he appears to enjoy running alongside me on his lead - it may be some time before I would trust him off his lead - probably end up in a different county
good running everyone
22.5 miles in my barefoot shoes, its my longest barefoot run ever but my fastest ever over 20 miles, by some margin,
6 mile recovery, started in almost total darkness, finished in almost full daylight. Looks like the depressing 2 months of running mainly in the dark is now back to say hello.
Cidlad, we have had our dog for 14 months and I wouldn't trust him to run off the lead yet, he's a right tearaway.
Some seriously good training going on.
4.5M Steady in dry conditions today for me.
Birkmyre, good effort !
What time do you get up mate ? I could'nt go out that early the lanes have no lights, about 7:30 is the earliest for me..
6m easy, first mile with the dog. The bugger was not for running today.
standard lunchtime run of Regents Park plus 2xPrimrose Hill for 8.5k at 5.10m/km. very autumnal out. the running coach's advice about arm technique on hills definitely seems to work...
5.7 miles on Sunday afternoon. Again in the hills, again in the mud. Did my usual hilly route, but cut out as much of the inbetween flat stuff as I could to make it short, but still hilly.
Have enjoyed my foray into the hills in preparation for my hilly half marathon, but am looking forward to getting back on the roads for a bit so I can go a bit faster and not be covered in mud up to my knees when I get home.
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