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6 miles into a 12 mile run i came home, i just could not get warm, it was raining and icy wind and just misserable, horrible run.
JT141 wrote (see)
Well done Sianz. I know, I've been knocking down a few of my times recently and it feels pretty good doesn't it.
Thanks! It certainly does.
Had a pretty rough 12 miler today, the weather (awful rain and very cold) was just too much for me I think!
Redjeep - good to have you back
Sun 11.00am - 'mad dog' 10km in Southport - miserable day for it, so I wasn't hopeful time-wise.....surprised myself with a pb and achieved a goal of mine to go sub 40min (39.23)
makes me wonder what could be achieved on a still warm day
Marc.S - your next run will erase the one before
congrats to both cidlad and SR on the PBs - in fact there seem to be an amazing number of PBs coming in from Wokingham despite the foul weather...makes you wonder if it doesn't work as an incentive to get the race finished ASAP!
personally, i'm glad i decided to skip the race - i still feel very flu-ey today and it sounds as though hospitalization with pneumonia would have been virtually guaranteed.
commiserations to Redjeep and Swittle on more serious woes. take it easy, lads!
Nice one Cidlad and Surrey, some excellent times.
Baldie- get better soon
Swittle and Red- take it easy
Horrible weather here too- constant freezing rain and sleet. So I chickened out of going out as I already have a cold. Copped out with 30 minutes intervals on hubby's treadie, which is better than a kick up the backside I guess :-/
Some good training going on.
4M Steady for me.
Cidlad + Surrey. Some fantastic running and excellent PBs.
11 miles steady for me this morn. Cold and windy, brrrrr.
Yup, well done guys - ace PBs.
Sat - 6 miles with a hill
Sun - 15 miles - first 13 at mara pace, bumped into my father in law for the last 2 so had a nice jaunt home with him to cool down
Good work, DunkyD and Yay! for the PBs
Tweaked the calf Saturday - 2.2 miles was 2.2 too much! Tended the ailing leg y'day and 1.1 last night & this a.m. seem to have done no harm.
Mon 9.00am - 8km off road in some serious mud - I wanted an easy run whereas Fudge wanted to up the ante - we compromised
thanks for the kind comments - I have focussed on that pb for the last few weeks and it was a relief to get it out of the way - time for a new goal
good running all
Did the 21 mile Meon Valley plod, my legs are absolutely hammered!! Great experience though and by far the toughest thing I've ever done!!
Big result, Robert M
4M Steady, cold and dry up here
Well done Robert
Nice one Robert - great feeling?
Just a nice 4m recovery plod, half with the dog. Dry, calm and cold this morning. Very nice
Robert M - that is one hell of a run, well done!
JT/B-ri - stone and half is a lot off - that just from running?
7 miles this morning with 4 x 1 mile at 7min/miles with 2min recoveries. Felt easier that I thought it would with Sundays long run at race pace. Haven't missed a single session of the training plan so far and just realised I'm now over half way! 11 miles before work tomorrow, early start indeed.
Keep on keepin on all,
10 mile treadmill run this evening
Tue 10.30pm - cheeky 6km boggy woodland trail (headtorch needed) with Fudge
had to be squeezed in late as we were out celebrating my daughter's birthday. Ran within 30 minutes of a very substantial chinese meal
comfortable running everyone
4M Steadily done and an enjoyable outing in falling snow White out up here.
Okay so I admit to really enjoying running in such conditions.
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