JD - when your body says take it easy, perhaps you should take it easy?!!! Snowdon will be a good trip. I promise not to pick up any strangers this year
NR yes it was a nice day for it but my knee is far from goodglad your started to get back to your best
MM61 - do you use a sports ice pack on your knee? Try heat and ice.
JD - Can't get much stranger than me!!
6.5m recovery run done, 5 lunchtime and sports massage to follow!
Right, 20 days to beast myself on the track (first 2 weeks) and lose 11lbs. No problem!
NR yes been doing heat and ice trying to sort out a massage now
JD still nutts you got it made sports massage on a bank holls
Afternoon folks Yes Jd my legs are not happy today too after yesterdays race,not looking forward to this weeks punishment Still polishing yesterdays silver medal though,and yesterday gave me a big confidence boost not only for the marathon but for the summer races Got a few pieces of unfinished business to sort out
MM unfished buissness don't like the sounds of that
Great running MM. VLM will be a good one.
No pain, no gain JD . Good luck with it all.
MM61 - fingers crossed it will heal your knee in touch for the marathon.
Swim this morning and 5.75 run this evening.
Fish, salad and jacket potato.
NR yes fingers crossed
nice swim and run & very nice food
I met friends in Cardiff today so ate lots of cake and home made turkey and ham pie!!
not moved here resting knee as much as can
Rest is good MM61. Taper time now for you isn't it?
Griff- well done- not long now!
I have just embarked on a primal diet, cutting out all grains and eating lots of animals and plants! Last night's food was steamed chicken breast with carrots, asparagus and mange tout. Normally feel hungry in the morning, but not today- seem to have more energy too- could be psychosomatic, but who cares? Great 2 egg turkey and mushroom omelette breakfast to fuel my 13m and piri-piri mackerel, cottage cheese and salad afterwards. 13.01m in a horrid easterly headwind in 1.33.xx, so the omelette did the job Tonight is more chicken and veggies, but with speedwork planned for tomorrow, I get to have a sweet potato too
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