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4.5 miles in Epping Forest
Chevin Chase, Otley today: nearly 1000 runners, much fancy dress and oceans of mud as a change from the hills 7 miles in God's Own County!
12 mile mlr this evening. Put 2.25 lbs over the last two days, now to work it off and get back down to serious marathon training.
Good running all.
6 miles nice and steady, eddy.
5 miles at 7.30pm round the deserted streets of Crosby & Blundellsands. Glad to have done this recovery sesh.
Thur 9.00pm - 4 mile approx (garmin free) with Fudge the beagle
over-indulged over the last few days - I feel like there is a 2 stone yule log working its way down my digestive tract
A week of easy running sounds like a good idea - enjoying just ticking over for a few more days - vouchers for a couple of running shops to be spent in the new year - haven't yet decided on what
safe running everyone
penultimate run of the year and at last a PB! did the Last Friday of the Month 5k in Hyde Park in 21.35, an improvement of 20 seconds and my best performance in more than six months...just goes to show that lots of cross-country really does make you stronger...
hope everyone is continuing to enjoy the festive season!
Nice one baldie!
Me- 30 minutes of intervals today... like cid, am feeling very lardy
8 miles GA run followed by 10 x 100m strides tonight.
7.15 mile recovery run this evening.
10k yesterday evening - mostly quiet streets and a buffeting from a strong westerly down the beach. Felt as relaxed running as I have all month
10k yesterday fast pace, felt good. Went for a swim this morning, and all I did was just walk to the car
5 mile recovery run on the treadmill today.
3.4 miles, mostly roads; battered by strong W wind on prom
16 mile run with 5 at marathon pace. Had meant to do 8 at pace but Christmas dinners and too much gear weighed me down. Thats 56.66 miles for the week.
Oxford Circus-Regents Park-Primrose Hill-Parliament Hill-Kenwood House and back for 16k at 5.18m/km
Nice outing, however it was my turn to go down with a case of the MLR runs, Strangely-Brown Style. Started feeling off around Highgate Ponds, then had to sprint at roughly sub-four-minute-mile pace for the loos at the bottom of Parliament Hill. a very close run thing...
swittle - relaxed running is the way forward.......that westerly sounds tough to battle against
Sun - didn't fancy the full hit this morning so settled for a sedate 6km in the park and woodland - nice and muddy - thinking of the warm summer evenings when the same trails will be dry and dusty - looking forward to finding some new routes to run with the dog that are off the beaten track
keep it going everyone
Last night I tried my usual interval session however I just didn't have it in me to complete the session. Managed 3 intervals of 3:20 mins at 5:09 m/m but then reverted to a recovery run and made up the time to 32 minutes.
Today I did a 9 mile run at steady pace felt a little better.
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