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Saturday 30th March - Paderborn "Germany" Easter Half Marathon - 1 Hour 25 minutes and 26 seconds!
easy 15k in South Downs this morning...beautiful crisp sunshine...
after a manic weekend at work i came home and decided to go straight out and run, stress relief etc,
ran 10k a full minute under my PB time, its been a year since i ran one, time to sign up again and get an official time. I didnt even give it everything, i hit stop on my garmin at 10.05k and still jogged the half mile home at a fast ish pace, on race day, with a crowd and a packof runners, i think i could take at least another 2 mins off my time.
Another night-time foray up the beach, watching out for Antony Gormley's Iron Men - as Neil Young sang, 'Rust Never Sleeps' but the cast iron inside was probably taking a snooze
5 miles, and almost all in my own company.
Martin - fantastic time there, a PB?
20 mile LSR today. Had a beaming smile on my face for most of the run, just felt good today and the miles were chewed up with ease. Could have been warmer but it was bright and dry.
On and on!
comfortable run today, just ran for an hour rather than a distance, covere 7.5 miles.
Strangely Brown wrote (see)
Martin - fantastic time there, a PB?
Thank you - Offical yes - but back in the day's I was under 01:20 - I'm getting old now "40"
Today: 12.2km - 58:33 - HR:146 - 80% - Recovery after Saturdays HM...
Some great running, and nice on Strangely for your PB.
I've had a great weekend in Norfolk with the family, in a surprisingly warm caravan. Lots of eating, some swimming / biking, very little running.. I managed 3-4 miles along the beach in the snow. Which was certainly a new experience, and not altogether unpleasant
Sounds like an excellent taper, Nessie!
Did running technique class at the track tonight. Got to work on my arms, shoulders, hips, pelvis, core, knee lift, heel action, balance and power....which sounds like everything!
Good running all - Nessies just reminded me on when I got lost on a run in Norfolk and was missing for 3 hours until i found apub kind enough to let me borrow their phone to ring for back up!
Sat - 6 milee including a nice hill climb
Sun - 15 miles at race pace - felt good at the end so condfidence is more or less restored now!
Keep it up all,
Bless you Nessie, thanks. Sounds like a cracking and different kind of run you had too.
11m GA run this morning. Buggered my mara schedule up a little and have had to run 11 miles today on top of the 20 yesterday. It hurt.
On the plus side, I spotted buds opening on the trees this morning. Spring has sprung, will someone please inform the weather Gods?
SB - what marathon are you running?
Manchester at the end of the month Dunky. My first one...
Yesterday evening- did a pleasant and easy 4 miles with a mate. She's a fair bit slower than me so I added on an extra mile after I dropped her back home at tempo pace, which gave me 5 miles and a bit of a workout at the end.
and yeah- SB-- what *is* that warm yellow thing in the sky???
It may be yellow but it ain't warm!
8.29 miles tonight including 8 by 100m strides.
Track session with the club. Pyramid of intervals at 3k pace (4min/km). Tough but fair.
Tue 9.00pm - 40 mins relaxed easy running - woodland trail with Fudge
headtorch needed in the pitch darkness - managed to manoeuvre my way round while Fudge was on the hunt for rabbits and hares
impressed by the serious training going on
3.5m easy on a cold and frosty morning.
Ahhh, good luck with the final prep SB - seems to be going well.
6.5 miles this morning with 6 x hill sprints and a bit of downhill effort too. Sun rose over the hill as I climbed it - beautiful morning.
Wed 11.00am - 8km - easy pace with Fudge
off the beaten track again - mixed terrain - set off intending a walk but I was suitably attired so it turned into a gentle yomp
relative warmth - makes a big difference
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