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8.13 bringing the daily total to 14.59. Rest tomorrow.
Ran an undulating, but fast, 5k today. Boiling hot evening for running, but finished 4th and 2nd M40 in a new shiny (just) sub 18 PB of 17.55. Happy enough with that in the middle of 100m+ training and no speedwork yet
Mission accomplished 11.03m for the day
Super fast Jason, well done mate. Also did a fast 5k+ (3.2m) on undulating trails, tracks and roads during session and happy with pace considering I don't run fast much. 9.7 total. Day and a half rest now before the Long Tour of Bradwell.
DE- bet your 5k was more fun than mine. Good luck with the intriguingly named Long Tour
(scuttles off to google....)
That's a great time Jason! Well done! That's only a time that i could dream about.
DE- Googled- sounds fab!!! Best of luck with it!
5.2 recovery this morning 13ish planned for later. Have a good one, peeps!
Quiet on here- must all be out running
5m am and 13m done this afternoon and, boy, was it hot!!! 30c according to my car- but it only goes up to 30....Even worse- I left my drink behind!!! Managed to find a Lucozade Sport in the boot of the car- but was gone after 10m and I was glad to get back! Nice and sloooowwww 8.03av after yesterday- slow, but not too easy after yesterday's 5k....
Just decided this morning to take jd junior to Legoland in Windsor for a few days- leaving on 8 am train Monday and returning Wednesday afternoon. Off to plan running routes now...
Thames towpath= 180m long. Windsor great park= miles and miles of running
Emmy- rest is important
As for Windsor- looks great Plans while I'm there are: Monday pm 6m and Tuesday 10m, so i'm thinking Monday round Virginia water lake starting from the Savill Garden and Tuesday- 5m out and back either direction along the Thames Good luck with the 22. I run with an inov8 hydration waist pack on LRs which carries up to 2l. Alternatively, if trying to run faster, I hide dropbags along the way on rural runs
GO MO FARAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DOUBLE OLYMPIC CHAMPION!!!!!!!!
10.02m for me today
Warm one, 33 (possibly more but ddn't record distance ) and the usual in your face hill after hill after hill, until your too tired to run hills then you just have to get up smaller hills.
Anyone got Salazars number?
DE- well done
Weekly weigh in- minus 3.2lbs and minus 0.2% body fat sees me going sub 12st. Have to make sure I don't put it back on while away from home for the next few days....
Well done YP and Emmy
16.04 nice and slow for me today
Nice running on here, DE, Jason, Emmy and YP. I managed a mere 12 miles this morning. Weather was warm but run was enjoyable and set me up nicely to settle down and watch the men's marathon. Quite a surprising winner!!
Juggler- nothing mere about 12m- well done. Yes, the marathon was a bit of a turn up....
Set my alarm for 5.15 to get the morning run done before catching the train to Windsor. Won't be posting or logging runs for a few days, but don't worry everyone, I'll be out there fitting the miles in somehow. Think I have to do Wednesday's 15 before checking out of the hotel....
Well done Jason, Juggler and YP! Great running!
I enjoyed the men's marathon yesterday - was really impressed by the speed of them!
Today is physio day so if I can manage a cheeky run there and back - i'll try to fit it in
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