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Oops, sorry - 'manage to force yourself to keep running for 8.2 miles'..... (you can tell I only do halfs.....)
Redjeep - Congrats man, great feeling to finish one eh?
Another 4 mile recovery run, in the sun.
Nice one, Redjeep...decent time and that lack of chafing is certainly a bonus!
Didn't get any running in while in Barcelona last week and incredibly busy at work until Saturday, but managed to nip out from the office this evening for an amble round Regent's Park and Primose Hill for 11k at 5.30m/km.
Barcelona is lovely, but London on a warm bank holiday evening is pretty great too!
One of my favourite runs this morning.....6:30am round some beautiful parkland near my parents place. Only about 3.5 miles but just so nice in the quiet seeing the mist coming up from the lakes.
Well done Redjeep - great work!
Sat - Parkrun PB of 20:17. Not able to do another for a few weeks but then that 20 minute barrier is mine!
Sun - 7miles with Brother and Father-in-Law. Taking in two river routes and getting charged by sheep. What Sunday running is all about.
Mon: Hard pyrimid workout: 200m,400m,800m,400m,200m x 2 @ 6:18 with 30sec recoveries. Knackering!
42.195km 4:56:13 hot long and happy
26.2 miles, MK Marathon.
Nice one Marc S. How was it?
Dunky- some great running
Me- 4.5 miles in the balmy forest. Great as ever
Well done book trunk and Marc S.
First recovery run tonight. Was meant to be 10miles at 10min pace, but I bailed out after 8 miles. Feeling a bit better than I was before the run. Must be something in these recovery runs !
Booktrunk and Marc - Congrats to you both. How did you get on?
Just a little 5k GA run today. I've done the whole of 16 miles since my marathon a week and a half ago and that was my last run before going away for a week tomorrow. I am, of course, taking my running shoes though
Well done to redjeep, book trunk and Marc S and anybody else I've missed.
4.5M Steadily earlier. Mind you I was up at 1:10 am with Geordie (our black Labrador) who was 'needing' !
5 miles hilly cross country club run
thanks guys, it was hot, too hot, dehydrated and sore muscles as a result, but happy i finished, and in a time better than i'd have guessed this time last year, missed my goal time because i got hit by the temps, but that goal was set in the past 2 months based off my 2 long (22 mile) training runs, in much cooler temps.
Hilly 7 miles with club. Got loads of suggestions and tips from an experienced marathoner and really enjoyed it
Hills done earlier.
5.2 miles in my dinner hour, this time past banks of bluebells and the wild garlic coming out in flower one more long run to go before the half marathon..... hope it cools down a bit.
3.5M Easy off road on fields Okay run.
Sun breaking through clouds.
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