Morning all - garage prancing this morning, track tonight. Yesterday morning was beautiful wasn't it, there was a pink plume of cloud in the sky for me. MC, is the injury fully gone now? Gobi, oh for one single mile at that pace.
Good morning all
After a week off due to a niggly knee back to it at the weekend and this morning, Looks like everyone is doing well at th moment.
Nw 1 fox OR 1
Cycled to work yesterday and this morning and got my second punture in a month of riding in. Wouldn't mind but brought a gator skin tyre to help stop this being a regular downside. so fellow cyclists what tyres or anti puncture products do you use.
Birky, I watched the bears game on Sunday it must of being the one occassion you were glad for a bit of traditional Scotish goal keeping.
4 slow recovery miles for me this morning
Kate - no, not fully gone, which is why I am sticking with the run/walk, and I try to avoid breast stroke, which is a shame because I am good at it, but it does aggravate it.
The guy that won the half on Sunday did it in 1:11 - I don't think I can even run an interval at that pace
Morning you lot
Not that long back from a decent 45 mins off road
It's a cracking sunny, cold and frosty morning here
NW: 2 robin red breasts, 2 dogs, 1 cat, 1 cyclist, 1 vintage car from I think the 1930s or 40s !
PW: 1 motor bike
Catch up time soon.
5 miles this morning, quite windy and cold. A few more runners starting to appear now its getting lighter in the mornings.
Track tonight, 8.5 miles total, 3 sliding sets of 600m, 500m and 400m disappointingly slow. started warm, got cold and windy.
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