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Happy New Year everyone ! no alcohol at all for me well impressed, just a lot of chocolate.
Did 15.07 very slow miles this morning a good start to the new year now just need to lose the xmas pounds..
10K race for me this morning - not as fast as my last one but 38 mins is a good level to start the year with (and the course had more hills than I've done before on a 10K). HNY all.
My legs must know its meant to be a day off because they have gone rigid post race.
10 miles slightly hungover, lovely day for it!
lovely day for a hangover...or lovely day for a run??
spent the morning marshalling a 10k race in Hyde Park, then did my usual Tuesday run of Regents Park/Primrose Hill for 7k at 5.05m/km
I'm interested to know what goals fellow MLR-ers have set themselves for 2013. Personally, I'm targetting a sub-1.40 HM at Reading.
11 mile mlr run tonight. Had to make an emergeny stop at burger king (not to eat obviously) as wasn't fully recovered from previous night. Burger King toilets are disgusting.
My goal is to run London sub 3.
Good festive running all - I've moved so have been offline until EE pull their finger out.
My first goal of the year is to do Brighton in 3:20. Started a 16 week training plan last week and it's going well so far. It's a drop in weekly mileage but far more tempo runs
This morning was 5 miles at 7:38m/m or marathon pace - eek
Keep it up all and Happy New Year,
Wed 11.00am - 10.2km woodland trail
comfortable pace with Fudge the beagle - very wet and muddy on my last day off before work resumes tomorrow
feel as though my running fitness has taken a step backwards over the last couple of weeks - but the process of regaining it over the next few weeks is what motivates me
goal - to remain injury free and get under 40 min for 10k
13 mile medium long run tonight.
4ish miles Garmin free tonight. Pleasant / social with a friend.
Goal- to lose a stone and hopefully get some speed back in the next two months (speed is relative ). Then do my customary Easter local HM and try for a PB, which is a still very modest sub 2h 10m.
A late one: 5 miles through Waterloo & on to Crosby Coastal Park, including a stretch of Crosdby Beach, the dark punctuated by the orange floodlights of the Freeport.
Swittle - that run sounds lush, if a little scary in the dark!
5.5 miles with the middle 3 @ 7:19m/m
It's sunny today - not that it was up on my run!
DunkyD - I'm often there after nightfall but rarely see anyone else. The moon helps, of course, but only when it's visible! Antony Gormley's "Another Place" installation stretches 2 miles up the beach and 1 km out to sea and the Iron Men are my companions and inspiration. Visit Liverpool website
7am Reunited with my running buddy of 13 years or so: she'd packed in 2 years ago but decided to start again in 2013, so we chatted our way through the gloomy Waterloo streets for 16 minutes.
5 mile recovery run today.
Thur 8.00pm - 10km (approx)
Me and Fudge enjoyed the mild conditions this evening - he is on a leash which is tied around me but it doesn't really disturb my running (occasionally we decide to go either side of a lamp post but this is happening less often )
dig in everyone
tempo intervals on the river terrace in Battersea Park last night. 7x1k at 4.30m/km.
hard work, but a beautifully mild evening.
Early again, picking up my pal and running 23 minutes with her at a suitably slow pace. She'll soon be faster than me again! 5.1 miles in all.
7.5 miles for me this afternoon before being halted by a sore hip which resulted in a 1.5mile walk home. Better safe than sorry.
9 miles on treadmill. Did four at slight faster than half marathon past as part of a LT session. Treadmill set to 1 percent and gym's aircon was on low - very hot and stuffy.
Used treadmill rather than outside as didn't want to be running at near full pelt through uneven streets in the dark.
Sat 1.00pm - 8 mile hilly mixed pace (garmin free) followed by a 'chill' in the steam room
felt better as the run went on - felt like a spring day with sun and little breeze
plenty to work on over the next few weeks to get fitter and stronger
good effort everyone
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