Post details of your last run and what you think of it
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.
7 miles in the snow.
14miles yesterday in 2:21 (just under 10min/mile). which was between 10-20% of target marathon pace, so feeling pretty confident about training at the moment.
felt comfortable throughout, managed to run pretty even splits for a change.
Mon midday - 8km woodland trail (bog) with Fudge - mud splattered but content
dig in everyone
Regents Park and Primrose Park in a mix of sleet and rain. 7.5k at 4.55m/km. enjoyed it once I got going!
i have a feeling this week is going to test the resolve of a lot of runners, including myself
bit late for me. Run ragged at work with these lovely Ofsted chaps :-/
4.6 miles yesterday in fantastic / perfect running conditions. Very cold and sunny. Am jealous of those of you who got out in the snow today. Hopefully I'll squeeze half an hour in tomorrow... see how I go
SB, I heartily agree - and I was never really much good. Just wish I'd found running earlier...
Good to see the Mara training building well ^ Not a single flake of snow on Merseyside so far but a whole skyful of rain early this morning for my 5 miles around Crosby & Blundellsands.
4m Steady on a cold and frosty morning. Brrr. Okay run. Much better than in wind and rain.
Gentle 4 miles recovery this morn, ice ice baby.
Wow, haven't been on here in ages! Haven't been running too much since Bath Hilly Half at the end of Nov but have been getting going again in January. Last run was on Sunday: the Beat the Bore race, seven miles along the River Severn. Early and cold start - not helped by about two hours sleep at best the night before, thanks to a not very well baby. Good fun though. Went to my new local Park Run at Little Stoke for the first time, the day before. Horrible weather and, after a very lazy December, I wasn't expecting much, but I wasn't too far away from my PB, which surprised me!
Four mile recovery run this afternoon.
9 miles on the treadmill with five at half marathon pace. Running on the treadmill is good practice for doing a jungle marathon - very hot and humid. Unfortuneately my marathon is in London....
Easy-peasy 5k run.
Managed to fit in 20 mins on the treadie and 15 mins on the cross-trainer after work. I'm not sure that counts but it was better than a kick up the backside, especially after the s**t day I've had.
Pavements are dry but frost lurked in the tarmac as I ran with circumspection to the Marina & up thro' Seaforth before meeting my run buddy for 20 slow minutes without incident. Shaping up to be even colder tomorrow before dawn! 5.9 miles.
we did 90 minutes last sunday - the first in some months due to sickness
i'm on the mend now -
i accept the hey days have gone - but we'll bounce back with stuff
EASY - EASY - EASY
Morning. Another 4 Steady Miles . Cold and frosty one up here.
Surrey Runner - Made me chuckle!
10m steady this morning as I ramp up the mara training. -7.c when I set off, lots of frozen snow on the ground but not overly slippy. Still thawing out.
Wed 9.00am - 11.8km with Fudge (54 min) - mostly parkland and woodland - lovely running on hard frosty grass - downside was thin ice with deep icy water beneath which soaked me up to the knees - squelched our way round happily
safe running everyone
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