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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
Wed 7:45am, left flat to run the 5mi to work.
recovery jog as part of P&D marathon plan, so not too bothered about pace, but it was arounf 10min/mi. felt like rubbish, as per every early morning run.
A little colder before dawn, if that's possible 6.1 miles on pavements, preferring the concrete slabs to the tarmac. My pal covered 23 mins without alarm, so, happy days!
Let's be careful out there
14 mile medium long run tonight. First sub zero run of the year.
5 mile return run - few days off imposed by injury and weather. Pleased to be back on it
Mick n Phil- great to see you around.. dig in and enjoy!
Me- did a circuits session with the club tonight, which I've never done before, and was very dubious about. But it was fun and hard. I think we did 5 circuits with a minute and a half break inbetween each one. It certainly warmed us up
Just a 4m recovery today, not as cold either. Only about -2.c
6.3 miles around Crosby at 6.30am; the frost has gone, only to be replaced by an icy wind
Couple of days of illness but back to it today with 7 miles easy.
Managed 12 miles @ MP on Sunday too which went pretty smoothly.
I'm due 5 miles tempo run tomorrow - may have to take it easy though. Or run with tennis rackets on my feet!
The good news is the pathways are emptier in this weather
5 mile recvovery run tonight.
Thur 9.00pm - short but sweet 6km woodland trail (with Fudge) - easy pace
coudn't resist going out this evening - icy wind and swirling snow which was accentuated by the headtorch
hopefully a bit more snow over the next few days for a bit of 'off road' running fun
stay warm everyone
Very cold 30 mins (3.5miles) speed training for Half Marathon plan. So cold here in North Yorkshire at -4 didn't feel my fingers or toes until the end of the session! :0(. Snow fallen here and wanted to get my weekend 5 mile run in a day early tomorrow but will access conditions in the morning, may be a bit of snowy trail running. :0)
4.5M Steadily done. No real bounce in my legs, felt kinda heavy. Cold, but dry out. No snow yet,
Managed 5 miles tempo run on the gritted roads before much traffic was about. How come every way you run is in to the snow and wind - cold face at end of session!
8m tempo, 4 miles at HM pace. On the treadmill, would not fancy that pace on the paths around here.
Watched "Not Going Out" with Lee mack and Tim Vine. Good gag fest, kept me interested for an hour.
LT interval session with the club in Battersea Park last night. Did 5x1mile at 4.25m/km (60 secs recovery). Good to get a hard session in before the snow came down!
Fresh snow, managed a personal best.. 5.77miles in 33.03 mins avegarge pace 5mins 33 secs )) very pleased, am just getting my body used to running again before starting a marathon programme for the yorkshire marathon in october.
Havn't run for nearly a year. really enjoing it once again.
Stay safe everyone and enjoy. ))
7 miles in the snow, besides not being able to see shit with it blowing in my eyes, its quite nice and refreshing, not at all cold if you dress right for it.
carolina - wow. Fantastic times after a year off!!!!
Oh Carolina - Crikey, way to make a man feel slow!
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