Fat club 12th Oct, or AA

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12/10/2002 at 22:41
Cmon, its at the end of January, and you could have curd tart after
12/10/2002 at 22:48
just looked at the date on't other fred and it clashes with a hockey finals weekend that I organise - so its a no go - anyway as im an old fat knackered rascal a 5k is about my distance at the moment - you can have my curd tart at Bettys for me!
12/10/2002 at 22:49
Excuses, Ill dream up another for you!!
Mind you respect for playing hockey, scary sport!!
12/10/2002 at 22:51
not an excuse its serious !

Ill hopefully run around the golf course by christmas or new year -its about 4k!
12/10/2002 at 22:52
Hi All

Just saying hi before dashing to bed to prepare for ridiculous early start tomorrow. Am doing Kingston 8 miles and so have been eating like the proverbial
12/10/2002 at 22:54
ooh you're all scary fit club folk!

anyone fancy race walking?
12/10/2002 at 22:54
Good luck JJ
And good luck Bune for the soggy marathon
Hockey is always serious isnt it?
12/10/2002 at 22:57
er yes but its short intense bursts of seriousness over 70minutes and as a goalie I throw meself to the ground and hope that Ill stop the ball then bounce back up again boing!
12/10/2002 at 22:59
Josie, have a great race tomorrow. Hope you get a fantastic PB and have good fun too.

Bune, well done. Races wouldn't be possible without good folks like you. When are you going to run a marathon yourself? If the answer to that isn't "Never, no way, no-how", you've got a problem.

RoboK, my man, haven't seen you in ages! How's stuff?

Bought up half of Sainsbury's this evening - had to carb up afterwards. Half a malt loaf, couple of yogurts...yes, still room for a spot of chocolate. Don't want to wake up hungry on the night before my first-ever multi-terrain race.

12/10/2002 at 23:00
veloped you are one scary dino!
12/10/2002 at 23:02
Good luck in the marathon bune, and for the Kingston 8 miles JJ - both very admirable distances!

I did 30 instead of planned 20 mins run/walk with HR monitor today - set to "easy" hence the walking breaks (my local park is quite hilly). It's no wonder my face gets so red when I don't take any notice of the HR monitor - today it was almost normal. Planning to do same tomorrow, before I start my serious training again next week.

I'd stopped using the HR monitor for a while, because it kept jumping from 0 to 220 and back again - decided not serious heart condition, but maybe I had got my monitor mixed up with my Mum's. We have swapped watches back again now.

Had a good day food wise until I ate through 2 boxes of Cadbury's caramel chocolate fingers (about 1000 calories!).

Oh well, tomorrow is another day...
12/10/2002 at 23:02
Im off tobed, reluctantly as i have to be on form tomorrow for work
12/10/2002 at 23:04
SR, some people operate at a higher HR, i rutinely hit 200 plus, even at my advanced age
If you feel ok then fine
12/10/2002 at 23:05
hmm will see after tomorrow as I've never even been to a marathon before - been through a few snickers though

nite fit friends!
12/10/2002 at 23:06
er benzedrine

that makes you not much more than 20 on my understanding of her majestys monitors!
12/10/2002 at 23:11
Im 37, with a strange metabolism
havent heard that nickname before, new piccie praps?
12/10/2002 at 23:13
benzos?

used to work in a community drug team
12/10/2002 at 23:15
anyway wez all the piccies gone?

reminds me of a joke

whats the fastest cake on earth?
12/10/2002 at 23:16
go on
12/10/2002 at 23:16
scone!
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