Post details of your last run and what you think of it
Morning 45mins steadily done. Okay run. Took a while to get fully going though.
Impromptu half hour run on the beach while car tyre was fixed, trying to beat a strong incoming tide - tide won and I resorted to the prom Squally showers made for a moist journey home....
1km w/u - (8 x 500 with 90 sec recovery) - 2km w/d
never my favourite type of session - but it has to be done if I want to improve - like baldbloke says... intervals and hillwork will get you pb's - there is no shortcut through the pain
run strong everyone
10k easy pace today (rain, strong wind & lots of sand was swallowed, but it did brighten up a bit).
Did intend on an even easier pace as I was planning on a slow 7:30 p/km, but averaged at 6:30, but as the distance of my long run builds up I will be trying more to get it slower. The pace calculator says my LSR should be between 7:057:55 p/km. To explain, this was my LSR as I have just started focussing my training for a 10k so building up to 20k for my weekly LSR, so going to add 2k to this each week.
SB- sorry to hear you missed your PB so closely.
Baldie- onwards and upwards. Sometimes things conspire against you.
Me- did a running leaders' course yesterday as I seem to have volunteered myself to run a beginners' running group at work as part of a health and well-being initiative, leading to a 5k race in September. It was really fun, and I learnt loads, as well as now being a qualified running leader
Today- I have a crappy cold so just 5 miles very easy.
Sun 7.30am - 17.5km (85 min)
hilly run on roads this morning - wind was howling at times but managed to avoid the heavy rain
threw in 4 efforts during the run - mainly on the hilly parts - two consecutive hard days isn't ideally recommended but felt strong enough - a couple of easy days to follow methinks
hope all is well fellow MLR'ers
Cheers Nessie and kudos to you for becoming a "leader"
6 miles ga in the cold and rain. From summer to autumn/winter in the space of a day or so.
at last an encouraging race! I was dreading the North Downs 30k, but it turned out to be a joy...really liked the scenery and atmosphere, and I had a good run. It was the furthest I've ever been, but I felt pretty strong for most of the race. A blowup on the last hill cost me sub 3-hours, but I was pleased with 3.05 for 18 hilly miles. Trail races are the future for me, I think!
yes, great stuff, Nessie. congratulations on becoming a leader!
7 wonderful wet and very windy miles and met up in the car park at the head of the trail with a young ex colleague who is a phenomenal ironman triathlete (3rd in her age category in Hawaii a coupleof years ago). I hadn't seen her for three years but she was inspirational when I first started running so it was great to see her and be reminded of how far it's possible to come in that time!
Well done everybody this wet and windy weekend
10.5 miles this morning along the loop line in the wind and rain, I can't say it was enjoyable
Good training over weekend
Hills done, hard, legs now heavy. Warm and sunny when out though.
baldbloke - Result, fantastic feeling when you realise you've found your sweet spot
Birkmyre - Where the hell have you been running, been freezing here all weekend and again this morning?
8 miles for me today with 4 miles tempo in the middle. I went a bit mental on the last mile and broke a 6 minute mile for the first time in training. Destroyed it too with a 5.46 split. Madness.
Welldone baldbloke and Nessie. And SB, that is shifting!
Me - Sat joggeed Parkrun
Sun - Malvern Half. Was hoping for a 1.31 and conditions put pay to that a bit. Was rediculously windy for the last 3 miles so I'm pretty pleased with 1.34.11. Bizarely, I finished just ahead of the lead female so I used her support to get me down the last straight!
strong performance on a tough course and a tough day, Dunky. well done mate!
Dunky - good running
Mon - 7km parkland - easy pace
tired legs need a bit of recovery so enjoyed a relaxed run without numbers - Fudge prooved a bit of a hindrance as he wasn't in running mode today - had to stop a few times to let him sniff the humus
strong running everyone
Yesterday's strong winds had eased a little but tacking up the beach didn't appeal, so I ran a reverse route through the coastal park past the Marina, having taken advantage of the NWesterly whipping up living tails of sand that headed for eyes & ears!
Dunky and baldie- some excellent racing and very impressive times for you both
SB- some tasty training for you as well mate
JT- sorry to hear it's going badly. Try to rest up a bit
Me- hills. Still full of a cold. Hard
Dunky - Very solid effort in dodgy conditions that.
Nessie - Running with a cold - bleaugh! Hope you're mending nicely.
5m recovery, delightful conditions. Cool, sunny and still. Very nice stuff.
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