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Fartleks with club tonight.
swittle - must be the pheromones
Tue 10pm - 8km hard fartlek woodland trail - included 4 x 3min fast efforts
used a new headtorch which is a useful piece of kit and comfortable to wear - good for the off road stuff (which seems to be 75% of my runs at the moment)
dig in everyone
6 mile tempo this morning, one of the wettest runs in ages. Thank you Manchester.
Blimey, if someone in Manchester says it's wet then it must be really wet !
5 miles last night (in the dry !) including 3 miles at half marathon pace. Legs felt good and looking forward to my first half marathon on Sunday
It was wet, even for Manchester!
11.62 mile run round Kettering.
Wed 7.00pm - 10.5km (garmin free)
easy paced run - no inclination to push it tonight - learning the benefits of proper recovery between hard sessions
good running everyone
awful lot of fartlekking going on...as for me, regular club run of Hyde Pk/Green Pk/St James Park for 11.5k at 5.20m/km...always fun
lol @ cidlad. Few self-respecting dogs + walkers to meet during a rain-lashed 10k, which was half road & half trail & lots of beach Felt as good as I have running in quite a while.
5m fartlek. Not a bad run. just missed rain.
Birkmyre - move to Manchester. You cant fail to miss the rain there !
This is very true CUSM but only a tiny few drops hit my head this morning on my 6 mile recovery, quite breezy though. Very enjoyable autumn run all in all.
Brace youselves runners, the weather forums are abuzz with chatter about a 2010-eque early winter event on the way for the end of next week. Brrrrr.
A 10k route through Crosby & Blundellsands ending up at the Coastguard Station, where I turned into the wind Admitted defeat after a quarter of a mile and cut inland to Brighton-le-Sands and thence home.
4 miles easy. It was absolutely pouring. Splashing through puddles, getting soaked by cars - I was drenched by the end. Good fun!
Track session with club tonight - mile repeats.
Thur - 10pm - 4 miles steady
short on time this evening and was close to giving it a miss - guilt got the better of me so I headed out for a quick tempo run - not at my best today after a bad day at work.
as someone once said 'tomorrow's another day'
battle on everyone
3M Easy. Bit of a plod as legs felt very heavy today. No real reason, ach well.
Dry and cold .
6 miles steady. Beautiful autumn morn, cold, crisp and dry. Jazzy skies as the sun rose and a blanket of leaves to run on after the storm yesterday stripped the trees of their remaining decoration. Felt good to be alive this morning.
first run after my virgin 1/2 marathon on sunday. (aimed for around 1:50-55 came in at 1:45. whoop to me.)
sore feet for the first couple of days. not helped by the realisation that my socks are not "running" socks but general sports socks with big seams down the side of the toes that lead to big blisters when runnning say, 13.1 miles.
Calfs aching after 3km. did a steady 6km and called it a night. windy as hell and a yummy thai green curry waiting at home sapped the will power.
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