Morning all, 5 miles recovery run this morning, on the treadmill so pace controlled to a tee.
5.30 that sounds a much better reason to have an injury than I have ever been able to use.
I have been in Switzerland (Winterthur) for the last couple days and although I took my running kit I didn't manage to go for a run. It was very cold and icy plus we pushed on through the night with work so we could come home a day early. So I am here back in the office.
Looks like I have brought the cold weather back with me
David: Welcome to the madhouse.
tucked in another 9 this evening. Bloody cold out! This is quite a growing thread.... welcome to all the newbies..
no soc but I am off to the gym for spinning then a gym session after I have dropped one of the kids off at music for the morning
I have some joint ace and cod liver oil (capsules, not swallowing the liquid stuff)
Morning No SOC as slept in till 8:15 and Geordie wakened me for his walk.
psc: Agree this thread is growing. Good to see.
Morning all, no SOC today but a working morning followed by a 15 miler this afternoon to leave my Sunday clear to go to my girls who are doing lunch tomorrow. An advantage of age is your kids start looking after you
Morning all - trident of pain this morning, 6 mile run 2 x OR, boot camp and spin. Planning to get in the pool later when they clear old all the youth. 5 hours of testing yesterday which was really interesting, body composition (too much Christmas lard still), ECG, resting blood lactate, biomechanics, running economy, cycling blood lactate and VO2. With the cycling lactate they were taking blood from your fingers every 4 mins so it's a bit sore to type this morning! Running economy is very good until I push it up to 12km per hour, so more work on the fast stuff. Birky, major lie in. PSC, it is colder, and doesn't seem to be warming up in the daytime. Enjoy the lunch JF, you'll have worked up an appetite today. Have a good weekend SOCers.
Interesting set of tests Kate. I know it's something to do with Tri but why are you having them, is it some kind of selection?
Kate - the tests sound interesting, I like looking at geeky stuff like that
JF - oh, hope my boys look after me when they are older
spin class followed by another 45 mins on a bike in the gym and then a weights session
you did not warn me about the smell of this gel
haha, no, rubbing it on my knee, but it stinks
16 mile trail run this morning and seems like the mud factor has gone up a level or two. NW horses, highland cattle, muddy mountain bikers, dogs, 2 ORs and 2 groups of ramblers.
Off to the pub for a swift pint or two before closing time!
pub was closed!
Good morning all
7 miles yesterday inc park run. Then spent the rest of the day helping man check point 3 on the country to capital run, all went well apart from a couple of quick dashes to a pub opposite out check point to refill the water urn.
This morning not good only managed 5 miles of a planned 15 woke up felling a little lathargic after a couple of miles really started to struggle so headed back home
have a good Sunday all
Good morning - just over 18.5miles this morning including a nice 10mile loop with a clubmate who I met up with en route. It must have been cold as it was the 1st time I've worn running tights for a very long time - no snow though, which will be to the disappointment of my kids when they finally get up!!
I was the first to leave footprints in the fresh snow this morning. Did run/walk and did 7 miles, knee not grumbling too much but I was feeling it towards the end so glad I didn't go further.
Chris - pub shut
valis - you probably underestimated how tired manning the checkpoint would have made you. I think Gemma did the event? did you see her?
Test all sound really interesting Kate - I love stuff like that.
How much snow have you had mathschick? We just had a quick flurry with nothing staying on the ground.
8.2 miles yesterday morning in the light snow - my longest run since my knee injury last year so all good so far. A quick 1.5m in the frost this morning - boy was it cold but beautiful out. Loads of wildlife on the lake, far to may to list and most of whose name I don't know. I'll need to take my bird book next time
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