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DunkyD - Fantastic run, hearty congrats! Did you "choo choo" through the tunnel?
12 miles GA today. Really cold again, how cold have the mornings been this winter? Incredible.
what can I say...spring has arrived and just been out for a loop of Regent's Park and Primrose Hill in the first genuinely warm sunshine of the year...an utterly superb outing, with my favourite view of London from the top...8k at 5m/km - but this was not a day for watching the clock...
A frosty 5 miles at 7am along the beach and back via Crosby Marina and Brook Vale Rec. Slower pace and mostly off road - no reaction from my calf!
Nice one Matty, swittle.. good to hear you're getting back to form.. Baldy, couldn't agree more. 4.7 miles through a still very muddy Epping Forest and it was just beautiful.
just got back from a 10k race simulation, i've been neglecting speed in the past 6 months in favour of distance as i'm training for marathon and not 10k/13.1 which are my usual distance's to race.
Finished only 2 seconds behind my PB and that included crossing traffic and main roads, had today been race day i'd have knocked a clear minute off my PB at least. very pleased.
9 mile warm up followed by 5 by 600m intervals tonight.
Morning, 4 Steady miles for me. Bit of a plod.
5m recovery inc 6x100m strides
Thanks for the congrats people. @SB - forgot to 'choo choo', the tunnel was at mile 10 though and I was getting tired by then!
6 miles Easy this morning - legs heavy but working okay,
PS - loving Surrey Runers nice short warm-ups!
Wed 12.00 - 8km mixed pace and mixed terrain - relatively warm - didn't feel as fresh as I expected following a rest day yesterday
still an enjoyable run
good running everyone
No frost but a very chilly breeze to battle against down the beach - similar route to y'day with Jose, my running chum - a minute slower over 5 miles.
Finally cracked the one hour mark!
For weeks I've been building up from 35 minutes, to 45 minutes, and then for the past two weeks I've been stubbornly stuck on 55 minutes.
But today I added in one extra loop at the end of my planned route, and when I got back home and checked the clock - hooray, exactly one hour since I left home!
I know it probably doesn't sound much, but I always used to be a treadmill runner, but since heading outdoors I've discovered how very different the two are, and how much more pleasurable it is to be outside.
Who knows - maybe in a month or so I'll be up to an hour and a half????
First solo 'fast' run in nearly five months following ITB issues. 3.2 miles @ 6:58 min/mile. Nearly killed me!!
JT hope all's OK mate?
Nice running cat and Daniel
Me- great club session at the track doing pyramids
14 mile medium long run tonight. This P & D plan is tough.
Four mile recovery on treadmill this morning. Doing another six recovery tonight plus strides.
Good work SR, sounds seriously tough.
Hope all's okay JT mate.
11.5 miles Easy this morning - didn't feel easy for the last couple of miles though - legs still a bit heavy from Sunday. That was the longest pre-work run of the training plan so no more getting up at 5:45! Well deserved rest day tomorrow.
Dig in troops,
Six miles recovery plus 10 by 100m strides tonight.
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