Post details of your last run and what you think of it
3.2 mile what-was-supposed-to-be-a-recovery-run
most definitely not a recovery run; took the dog who insisted on speeding along. gave me the chance to use my new foam roller though!
11 mile medium long run tonight.
Some good training going on.
6.2 miles. Bit disappointing, I wanted to do 8-9 really but got sabotaged by a) my first Fat Fighters -- I mean Weight Watchers meeting, which boringly went on for over an hour. And b) the unexpected announcement late in the day yesterday that we're going to be Ofsted-ed on Monday. So need to ensure my paperwork's in order and am really tight on time until then
Not guaranteed to brighten your weekend, Nessie - hope it all goes great!
18 mile long run today. Found it hard after last night's 11 mile MLR. Was scheduled just to do a five mile recovery today with the 18 miler tomorrow but is my anniversary on Sunday so decided to switch.
13 miles today, scored a pb finally broke 1.40! Felt great!
4 miles around the large and small blocks, happy with progress as very recently returned to running after 15 months. Crispy and cold - need to find my running gloves
7am start, and another 15 minutes' running with my chum as she eases back after injury; I then headed for the prom and logged just short of 5 miles altogether. Bitter east wind heralds snow
Sat 2.00pm - pilates class followed by 7 steady miles - started with fully stretched (but lactic acid filled) muscles so found it quite tough
good running everyone
Sun 7.00am - 16.3km (79 min)
frost laden pavements but surprisingly less slippy than anticipated - easy paced run with friend - rounded off with a warming session in the steam room - came back with a glow in my cheeks
keep it going everyone
Met League cross country at Perivale yesterday. Course was pretty much continuous bog with no opportunity to really get going and no hope of getting any power on the slopes. Course was supposedly 8k but I made it 9.05. Anyway, got round in 45.40 and failed -- again - to make the top 300.
curious sport is running - can't understand how you can go from PB form to a dismal performance in a week!
the terrain makes all the difference, wouldn't judge your form on a race like that
8 miles, begun steady and finished the last two miles half a minute faster than goal hm pace.
10 miles felt great again, absolutely gorgeous out - cold but sunny and crisp! Good stuff!
5 mile recovery run on the treadmill today. Thats 63.46 miles for the week. Week 4 completed.
6 miles at 8am this morning. Gentle pace in the gorgeous winter sunshine
The cold wind made my nose stream lol but all good otherwise!!
7.30am start, keeping a sharp eye out for lurking ice patches and frost hidden by the pre-dawn gloom. A tour of Crosby village and Rimrose Valley before passing what's left of the docks at Seaforth and finishing with a mile up the beach & thence to Vic Park & home. Very cold but fresh too. 10.5 miles.
4M Steady in rain.
Swittle - bad luck with the injury mate but hey, at least it lead you to running I much prefer running to Rugby, you tire of some 18 stone animal trying to squeeze your nuts out of the shell eventually....
Absolutely beautiful 6m steady in a snowy scene this morning. Cold, crisp and joyous. The snow is falling again now and getting heavy. I love winter for this.
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