Post details of your last run and what you think of it
@Birkie- great to see you back, have missed your updates. Have you been injured?
@swittle-- on the edge of my seat... hope you haven't broken the streak??
@baldbloke-- haha re Patsy Kensit... actually I think she's pretty 'orrid.. but still, I wish!
Me- just a nice easy 4 miles through boggy Epping Forest. Bracing, wet and muddy
yep, real tension re Swittle's streak... a whole level beyond the drama over Cidlad risking his ankle in that marathon
A very nice, leisurely 13.1 on Sunday. Nothing since.
10 miles on the treadmill tonight.
Erm...hello there. The Streak is in tact but only just Mostly a mile or so daily since I pulled up lame last Thursday, favouring the ailing calf and wondering if it would be so bad to ditch my crazy obsession.
Massage, ice, compression bandages and a wide variety of anti-inflamms are keeping me afloat. I know I should rest & recover but it's a sizeable shedload of days to give up.
Thank you so much for your concern & kind thoughts
Tue - 9.00pm - 6km short easy woodland run with Fudge - time constraints and tired legs dictated that it was adequate for this evening
swittle - respect
swittle - you made 2 years so don't be hard on yourself if you do have a recovery break. Still - there's always hopping.
10 miles easy this morning - legs still abit tired but it felt good to coast along and not put too much in. 5 magpies together too - silver coming my way
Wed 7.00pm - 10.8km (51 min) - mixed pace but comfortable
felt quite good this evening - good to be out in the cold fresh air
good running everyone
Swittle- good to hear from you. And +1 to what dunkyd says, no point knackering yourself. You've achieved a lot
me- 5 mile club run. Fantastic and sociable in the freezing cold. I seem to be (tentatively) regaining some pace slowly but steadily as I continue to lose weight. Very happy
11 miles with 6 at tempo pace tonight.
3.5M Steadily done. Cold and dry. Forecast is snow later.
Birky - you've had a lot of snow to deal with compared to me - hope it doesn't slow you down to much!
Nessie - good job on the weight loss - you'll be flying soon.
7 miles this morning with 5 at marathon pace. Half way round the sun was just getting over the hills - feels nice to end my morning runs in a bit of daylight now!
gentle run round Regents Park and Primose Hill for 7.5k at 5.10m/km
last outing before the Wokingham HM. however, I have gone down with a really heavy cold which better clear up before Sunday otherwise could be risky to do it.
sod's law after working towards this race all winter.
@birkmyre good to have your early morning posts back
5 mile recovery run tonight.
After a work enforced two day break, back on it this morning with 8 miles inc 10x100 strides. Felt rested and good. Perfect winter running weather, cold and dry and the dawn was breaking by 7.15 which made me very happy
Swittle - Kudos indeed! Don't take too many risks though mate....
Just under 10 miles this morning down the River Lea. Great / easy.
Cheers, people Just putting in the 1.1 mile Streaksavers atm. It's tight muscles below the calf that's the issue but it's easier: no longer descending stairs with my body at 90 degrees to the wall
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