Keeping our group together
ffRAN no not giving up as just officially entered the Longleat 10k and the Llanelli H/M next year as part of our warm up to Brighton in April
Seejay glad to hear the recovery is coming along nicely
off to W/W tomorrow not shore about the weight loss this week as we’ve been away for the weekend and tracking the points was easy so will have to see Boscombe went ok and although it rained all of Saturday Sunday started dry and for a moment thought we were going to keep dry not to be got to the last mile and a half and empted down we were last to finish by a long way and according to my Garmin we took 1:24:36 but the run felt faster than that so will wait for the official time to be posted
Nessie good for you
Hi yuall!!! Well did my 'walk/run', about 4.5 miles with lots of walking. Felt a little uncomfortable at times but nothing really bad but tomorrow morning will be the result, I hope it is not too bad!!!!!!
Good on ya Nessie, well done for getting out and doing the mileage!!!! Glad to hear you are back in the race mode, keep it going. It is chuffing freezing in the city it must be brass monkeys in the country!
Well done Toby, perciverence, you started so you will finish!!! Time is relative to the course and the feeling on the day, finishing is the most important, specially in this weather.
Have decided to start my Brighton training a little early so am going to repeat the week 1 training schedule for a couple of week not going to stick to it religiously but need to build the mileage up a bit before the training plan starts in earnest
So did 5 miles yesterday should do 6 today but as i did 6 Sunday may just do the other 5 miles so i can have a rest day Thursday before the 10 on Friday
Seejay hope the legs are OK today
Hi Toby, yeah knee was ok yesterday but will see how it is in the morning after tonights run.
Nessie, needs must, any old garment to keep warm!!!!
Another walk/run tonight, same route as Tuesday and it was a little easier but still had a few niggles. Will rest now till Tuesday and try again, hopefullt it will settle after a few weeks!!!
well the 10 miler never happened combination of hard week at work (4 x 12 hour shifts) and daughter being down for the weekend and it being the first time I've seen her since September and wanting to spend some time with her
the whole family's off in a minute for the Santa's on the run fun run it's only a 1.5 miles but a lot of fun as I've said before
6 miles for me today have to say struggled all the way around ending up with splits raganeing from 9:05 to 11:05 so not the best run ever but got plenty of activity points out of it so there's a plus
First of all I owe the lot of you an apology for not posting for ages. The last two weeks have comprised of attempting to recover from a knackered knee, a stomach bug, which really took its toll and working away from home. Totally remiss of me considering all of you manage to post whether you run or not!
Anyway, I am focused now on preparing for Bath Half. I ran an easy 1.75 miles on Monday, followed by 3.25 miles last night. The good news is there have been no issues with the knee. I'm hoping to increase steadily over the next few weeks so that I can easily mnage 6-7 miles by the end of the year. I hope everyone is good and I'll do my best to stay in touch!
well 5 miles for me to day cold but sunny with a bit of a head wind heading out Brighton training starts in earnest next week so really must get out for some thing longer than a 6 mile run this week just to make shore i can still do it
ffRAN POOR YOU hope the pain goes soon look after your self won't you
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