Morning all, I have been a bit quiet on here lately though I have still been running, though a few less first thing in the morning, I blame BST. Marathon training still on track though I think I may be suffering from Morton's Neuroma in my left foot. Can live with it for now and see what happens when I get back to my more normal mileage after VLM
Just to put my two pence in...yep I do this too. I dont have family commitments I just find early mornings the best time to run. I do 9 miles before work and go along the canal and see so much wildlife - its lush. Spesh as I think these days in England its the only time you see the sun !
I get up around 5am and set off about 6am as I spend time stretching and warming up before I leave.
I love it and its so nice to hear that Im not the only crazy one - actually looking at this, im not really that crazy - some of you set off at 4.30 am !
Hey ! I am always about looking in - but rarely post.
Thank you for the welcome x
Welcome Tanya, there's more than early starts that can be included in the crazy bracket on this thread
Welcome Tanya. Post as often as you want, we're all daft on here
Oh and 'Dreich ' got a mention on the new series of 'Coast' last night
Thank you !
I will (in between being hard at work of course )
Running has become one of my most favourist thing to do (I bore my g/friend so much about it - its all I talk about) So its nice to find like minded peeps who understand the enjoyment, the thrill, the challenge and pain of running ! Lol x
Tanya: Of course
Morning all - turbo and run this morning, bloody cold again going out all sweaty from the bike. Welcome along Tanya. Hope the foot sorts itself out JF. Will have a read later Tanya.
Morning all, out at 5am for a 9 miler, 5 at tempo, too dark at first to see any wildlife, too tired after the tempo to notice any wildlife, daft way to wake up, two more weeks and I'll be back to casual jogging
slept in a bit this morning, going to take it easy today anyway - yesterday I did loads of squats etc in the gym and when I went on the turbo in the evening my legs felt knackered!
taking the kids out to clumber Park later with their bikes though
birky - I'll have a read of that in a minute
About 5M off road this morning. Cold, dry, no wind. Not a bad run
NW: 1 French food van, 1 Porsche, 1 cyclist, 5 or 6 areoplanes, 1 squirrel, 1 runner doen on main road (wellpavement)
Matsh: no probs, hope you enjoy the read,
How do you do this?! I just can't seem to work it out so that I am in a fit state to run in the morning. Morning runs for me just go really, really badly. I have no energy, and I am so slow (I'm hardly fast anyway) and feel so bad that even a 5k is a struggle.
Running in the morning would be so nice from an organisational point of view but I just can't find a way to make it doable or enjoyable!
I probably should have said 'Hello' first! I've been a member for a while now but never really posted before. I needed some motivation a few weeks back and I actually open my mouth (metaphorically speaking) a little more now.
your body gets used to the early morning runs if you persevere, just stick with it
Morning you lot
45mins Steady mixture of paths and off road
NW: 1 owl, 1 Morrisons Van, 1 Kingsmill Van, 2 cats, 2 planes, 2 cyclists
PW: 1 car
Cold, frosty but sunny up here.
Dean and Tanya: NW=Nature Watch, its what you see (if anything unusual) when out. PW=Plod Watch. We have a few variations.
The Owl I see daily I nicknamed him 'Ovett'. He's the unofficial Stupid O Clock Owl
As I said before we're a bit mad on here...
morning oldies and newbies....
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