I'm guessing it's a chinese massage, and I'm taking the meaning as being push and seize.
An mo is massage - though it may refer to a different variety, 'cos normally it's offered by an unsolicited call to your hotel room at 2am.
... on the other hand RR did say something about getting naked!
Still plenty to learn in more ways than one. Google docs then.......not interested in this other stuff thanks!!!
Had a go at a website here is the link just need to do this with my excel Race document............will work on it.
Done it well sort of. Off for a cuppa will shut up now. Send me any adjustments and I will keep it up todate.........love a list or three.....
Up dated you to Brighton Marathon Ten......now I have not got enough races off to see what I can do!!!! https://sites.google.com/site/monsalrunning/races-2012-2013
Great list mcs
Here are the full dates of mine so I'm not ruining it:
Lincoln 10k 7.4.13
Whitby 10k 5.5.13
Getting organised to head down south - see you in the morning oscarr
RR Congratulations on your run I volunteered today and watched my wife trudge through the mud at Reading parkrun.I'm still undecided about tomorrow's XC event. Will see if I can persuade my wife to let me out
My eight mile easy run turned into 11.5 miles of hills and very muddy trails. I lost my shoe in the thick mud so had a nice soggy foot to shoehorn back in. Great fun . The thick fog around the hills made it feel like I was running in some kind of vortex. I could see the top of the hill and the path, but was surrounded by grey. Good job I knew where I was going. I ran further than planned mainly to do a reccy of potential route changes to avoid the worst of the mud. It can only get worse over the next few months!
It will be interesting to see how my knee feels after running the hills.
I'm thinking of loosely following the P&D schedule (up to 55 miles) for my marathon. Not long now before official training begins
Just back from Datchet xc - beautiful morning by the Thames at Windsor and had a good run. Great turnout, must have been well over 300 runners.
Great to see you again, Sleepy, along with Ben and Rascal. Good to chat with Ben. Hope Rascal's foot heals quickly.
Both Sleepy and i had good runs but the star of the show once again was Ben who won the race with a one minute margin on second. Well done Ben and good luck in Holland at the services xc event.
Now where's that settee...?
Good work all!
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