Post details of your last run and what you think of it
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
12 miles this morning. Felt good during run, feel knackered ever since!
5 mile recovery run today.
8 miles this morning for me. Great
Sun 8am - 18km hilly mixed pace
misty and gloomy morning but the sky was a kaleidoscope of different colours as the mist lifted
pushed it on the hills and ran easy for the most part - legs a bit tired but a couple of easy days should remedy that
jacuzzi temperature was a bit down today
good running everyone
15 mile medium long run this morning. Week 3 of program completed. 58.2 miles run this week.
10k - 43 miles this week.
Tadworth 10 Mile race. Good fun, although shame it was too misty to see the Downs. Fairly challenging undulating course. Did 1.18.40 and felt I had bit more in the tank at the end
Nice time baldie.
just 3 miles for me today. I'm getting the bug back slowly but surely tho... I hadn't planned to run today but was itching to get out so I fitted in a short trot over to mum's for a Sunday roast whilst the rest of the family drove and I met them there.
3 Easy miles.
First run in over 2 weeks. Had a bad cold/lurgy over Festive Period.
Good to be back.
Good work over the weekend. Still no boradband for me...
Sat: 4 fartlek but not to craaaazy
Sun: 12 miles LSR
Good work SR, that's some weekly mileage!
well done baldbloke - empty that tank next time
Mon 1.00pm - 8km woodland trail with Fudge
nice easy one after the weekend's hilly runs - teaming down and mud to the hilt
good effort everyone
3 more easy miles for me.
Glad you're back in the game Birkmyre. Well done Fudge.
5.6 miles this morning with 3 x 1 mile @ 7:01 m/m with 2 min recoveries.
Good work all,
easy run in Regent's Park and Primrose Hill. 7.5k at 5.10m/km. ran off some of the stiffness from Sunday (or lactate, if we're being posh about it.)
good to have birkmyre's early morning posts back.
Good evening, everyone! My running chum pulled up with a dodgy porker at 7am and had to walk home - after receiving the wisest words I could muster on Rest & Recovery. With her blessing, I ran on and completed 5 miles on a very mild Merseyside morning
9 mile GA run followed by 10 by 100m strides tonight.
Welcome back birky and sorry to hear you've had the lurgy..
Me- 4 miles easy through LOADS of MUD in Epping Forest. Couldn't really be anything but easy since i kept losing my shoe and slipping
7.5 mile Tempo run for me tonight - only on the treadmill but it all counts i'm sure.
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