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20/01/2013 at 16:29
Bruce and Celtic Runner- any miles to log, guys?
Gaz- hope today's half went well
Edited: 20/01/2013 at 16:30
20/01/2013 at 20:31

It was cancelled due to weather mate. I mini tapered for nothing. I'm a bit pissed off but I probably needed the cut back week any way after 3 heavy weeks (thats what I'm trying to tell myself anyway!!)

 

Keep up the good work guys/ gals. We're getting pegged back a bit here. Tek is throwing the miles in!

20/01/2013 at 21:01
D'oh!!!
Never mind, mate- like you say the rest will have refreshed you
Cutback week for me this week.....
21/01/2013 at 10:05

Managed 10 miles yesterday and 2.5 to work this morning

21/01/2013 at 10:15

Right then - I'm back on it this week after illness has put me way behind schedule. Did manage 10x1k on the treadmill with 90 secs recovery at 5:30 pace on Saturday morning. The only part I enjoyed was the warm down - the rest of the session made my eyes bleed.

7km on treadmill this morning and back to the gym for 10 miles tonight

 

21/01/2013 at 11:10

Gaz sorry to hear about the cancelled race.  Not much chance of me catching you this month - and I'm in danger of breaking my "at least half Jason" rule...

Good running RW peeps...

21/01/2013 at 11:45

Sorry, been a bit slow in updating. Now brought up to date - hope to go out this evening if it isn't too icy.

21/01/2013 at 17:10

Well done Team

I might, possibly, if I'm lucky, and all things going well, be about to allow myself off to clamber tentatively off the injury bench and join in again.

10 days of rest, plus two deep sports massages on my calf have got me to the point where I'm willing to test it with some gentle runs and see how it responds.

I did 5.5 easy miles yesterday which felt fairly normal after the first mile or so, and I followed it up today with another 4.5 around the streets of London. If I'm being completely honest my left calf still feels tight and a little stiff / bruised, but it is a thousand times better than it was, and I'm hoping that some slow, easy, flat miles will gradually loosen it out completely.

Tomorrow is a rest day, and I'm going to see a physio and hopefully get some strengthening exercises to make sure it doesn't go pop as and when I start back on some proper mara training...

21/01/2013 at 19:33

CR- well done

YP- sounds promising, but take it easy! Slow, easy miles- but not too many- followed by some good stretching may well help

MC Dave- was that km pace or mile pace?? Well done either way

2 recovery runs for 13.25m for me- followed by sports massage 

21/01/2013 at 20:07
Good to hear you are on the mend YP. As Jason says though take it very easy 4 or 5 very slow miles then rest and see how it feels over a couple of days.

Had to miss my 12 mile run yesterday fed up with the kitchen now, it was a cut back week so not to bad. 50 mile this week all being well.
22/01/2013 at 10:59

Mile pace of course JD 

Good luck young pup - hope it goes well.

13.3 miles yesterday and off for 10 miles at lunchtime which includes a visit to HMV before they stop accpeting gift vouchers again.

I'm assuming that heavy snow will put paid to track tonight

22/01/2013 at 19:18
Hi team,

Physio visit went well, and he issued the all important green light to continue with some gradual easy runs for the next week or so

Plan for this week is day on, day off, and then slowly add another days running each week until I'm back to where I was pre-injury.

This means my monthly target of 200miles is blown, but I reckon I can probably still get close to, or ideally over, 100 miles.
22/01/2013 at 19:44

MC Dave- lol! I knew that, of course

YP- excellent news- but, again, go carefully

Only 1 run for me  today: 10.21 very easy paced miles- it's my recovery week

22/01/2013 at 22:35

YP -Good news

Not been out last couple of days, but hit the dreaded TM again this evening, with a slow mile round trip to the gym added in, 7.3 in total. Looks like being a low mileage week .. But if the pavements clear ... who knows

23/01/2013 at 12:30
Just got sent home early due to sudden and heavy snow- and it was touch and go getting the car up my hill! Looks like I'll get to try out the Yaktrax on today's run!
23/01/2013 at 16:59

Yaktrax are great

13m ML run done and dusted- hard work through blizzard conditiomns. Fun not worrying about pace and uneventful ..... until 2m from home when I stopped to watch a Transit van coming down a back road hill, thick with snow, fail to make the bend, mount the bank and land on its side! Had to clamber on top to open the door to help the driver out. Luckily, no apparent injuries and he was more concerned about his van - what a plonker!! Left him with some onlookers to wait for the ambulance I got them to phone to check him over. Only problem was, when I ran up the hill to the van, I forgot to start my Garmin

23/01/2013 at 20:02
We are behind, guys!!!
23/01/2013 at 21:45

Jason -  Very eventful run, good effort getting out in the snow, I'm still on the treadmill due to snow on top of ice. Noticed  change around in the last few days, hopefully just a few not logged runs yet.

23/01/2013 at 21:55
Barry - well done and let's hope so
Edited: 23/01/2013 at 21:55
24/01/2013 at 21:43
Bruce- you ok???
2 recovery runs through frozen snow in my Yaktrax for a ad over 13m today
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