4M Steadily done, cold and windy when out.
NW: 1 owl, 1 fox, 1 cyclist, 1 Morrisons Van, 1 Kingsmill Van, 1 Mechanical earth mover.
valis: Cracking picture and a good win
Kate, John and valis: Goold longer runs.
brrrrrrrrrrrr that was wet and c...c....c.....old!
30 mile route done and feeling OK this morning. We were both in a bit of a bad way at the end, but plenty of tea and a warm little camper van got us back into the right temp range pretty quickly.
Must dash, late for work.
rest day, well, apart from swimming tonight, so maybe I should shift my official rest day to Friday
PSC - well done
valis - lovely picture!
Morning all, NOC for me today. Ran my 20 miler on Saturday, out by 7.30am so quite silly for a Saturday, so much flooding around the area, saw one beautiful house on a hill in the country with it's garden almost washed totally away. Saw my first hare for sometime, does that mean it's spring?
PSC - Well done on the 30miles, that's pretty impressive!
12 miles for me yesterday, didn;t stop raining once Rest day today
afternoon all race went well yeaterday!
for my first marathon im not going to grumble 5:06 in total and actually ran 26.9 miles!
not bad considering all the mileage before hand! 13 for my longet run so far
resting now as im totaly exhausted!
Great stuff from PSC and Jason over the weekend, what an awful day to be running a long event, hope the bones have thawed out now.
Dobster, I see a couple of people have answered the P&D question. It is quite a popular set of programmes but even for the lowest level, upto 55 miles a week, you probably need to have been running at least 35 to 40 miles a week for a time. It is quite prescriptive on the pace and/or heart rate for every run you do.
If you're following the RW programme it will be good, again it's a popular set of programmes.
Morning, cold and dry up here today.
psc: Well don eon your 30miler yesterday
NW: Usual suspects. 1 owl, 1 Kingsmill Vn, 1 fox, 4 horses, PW: 1 car
Thought I'd better start doing some training, so a gentle 3 miles this morning. It was cold but not freezing.
NW 2 cats OR x1
It did feel good to be back out on the road again but it was bit of a struggle to get out of bed at 5.30am but I am sure I will get back in the swing of things after a couple more runs.
Good morning all
Morning Tommy .Birky
No run today seem to of slighty strained quad on Sundays long run ,I took a duvet day yesterday. Because of the snow I knew I would have to walk or cycle to work and my I didn't want to strain it further.
Psc. Well run on Sunday in those conditions.
Jason, Congratulations the first of many more.
Jason - well done on your first marathon PSC - well done on your event too
gentle turbo for me this morning, master swim session last night. Must be doing me good as shoulders are achy, not hurty, just tired
Morning all, NOC for me last night, 6 miles recovery on the treadmill, penultimate episode of The Wire watched. 14 miles medium long run scheduled for tomorrow.
Good Afternoon L&G
Still lurking. Usual suspects still on good form.
The holiday knee injury took a bit longer to heal than envisaged. However, now back to some running normality. The 11 mile jaunt on Sunday afternoon was completed in the most atrocious weather conditions I have ever encountered on a run. Have a circular 22 miler planned for Thursday.
Three marathons booked for the next 5 weeks.......Oh, what fun!
Welcome back 5.30. I bet one of the marathons is the Heartbreaker, what else is lined up?
Enjoyable outing in falling snow White out up here, NW: 1 Kingsmill Van, 1 fox, 2 lamas, 4 horses, 2 earthmovers
Why do some drivers only clear one part of theri windscreen when its snowy or icy ? Crazy and saw at least two with only such very limited visibility this morning when out...
Morning all - weights session for me this morning and I'll see if I get time to get on the turbo before I go off to see Micky Flanagan tonight. 5.30, wow, that is a lot, Steyning also has a reputation for being hilly and muddy so you might get your money's worth there too. Happy hump day.
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