Minni v Dubai Dave
Treble today became a pseudo quadruple as number 3 was split by a session in the GP sugery having four more lumps burned off with liquid nitrogen [or should that be frozen off??] Anyway it has left me with two very sore hands to go with my two very tired legs so day off tomorrow methinks
Loving the Man-Flu tablets - showed BA and he thought it was hilarious until I pointed out that I was showing him because he is a prime candidate for the tablets
We are off to Devon after work tomorrow for 5 nights in a first floor apartment overlooking the sea - so hoping for some good winds and high seas - as well as four days walking on Exmoor and the coastal path. Typical that the weather is going to change to warm, wet and windy - give me cold and sunny any day.
Minni: Do you think Mr Minni is dropping a hint or can he just not think of a present?? BA and I agreed to stop buying each other presents a number of years ago after he caught me taking the Size 20 jumper he had bought me to the charity shop [he says size 10 and 20 don't sound that different.....
Sarah..........highly amusing........I can think of a good number of people I could give a high dosage of these to in my office.
O4S/ Barry.....Thanks very much for your opinions regarding splitting up daily runs into smaller amounts. I'd only do it if struggling for timing to get a full run in.
Apologies for yet another question ........how many rest days do people have? I normally take 1-2 rest days per week (depending on how long my long run at the weekend is). I thought this was pretty standard until I saw MyAsics plan that shows plans for only 2, 3 or 4 days.
1 or 2 rest days is about right
Thanks guys. Happy to hear that. I think I would get depressed if I was only running 3 times a week!
Minni / Sarah I'm hoping to be somewhere in between the two of you at BM! Sarah I ran last year in tights long sleeve top and a tshirt over the top. I ran it at marathon pace so wasn't racing or anything, I didn't end up warm. Might get the legs out this time round....
Nice photos Zuvai!
O4S that reminds me when I used to live with a friend and we'd be frugal with the heating, we were having a little party and as someone was coming in someone shouted, "Quick, shut that door you're letting the warm in!" We do have ours on for half an hour before we get up on a morning but it doesn't come on until after 7pm on a night. Encourages us to get out for a run!
Lovely addition to the family FRC, love the man flu tablets!
AA yes we finally got a win last night, out of the relagation zone for at least a few days before we play Man United away on Saturday
Shady I run six days a week.
13 done tonight with Parsnip, I'm enjoying our weekly MLR together Company is nice when you're out for nearly 2 hours in freezing fog.
Shady - Come January when the plan kicks in it'll be 6 days running and 1 days rest, but at least one of those days will be a short slow/recovery run. I tried 3 days a week during the summer but my running was suffering and switching to 6 days certainly turned it around.
Good luck to all the ASICS hopefuls.
Morning, keeping up with you lot isn't easy
Shady: I take one rest day every 10 days, but then I don't run everyday preferring to X train.
Sarah: Hope that they put you out of your misery soon, personally I think that the Asics 6 is a poisoned chalice and there have been some spectacular failures over the years but maybe its perfect for you, so fingers crossed.
Last night was a 5K warm up then 12 x 400 off 45 second recoveries which went
90/ 83 / 84 / 85 / 85 / 84 / 83 / 88 / 84 / 81 / 81 / 77 so one loosener and the rest were there or there abouts, I'll take that as I still have a head cold which is more annoying than debilitating, no need for Man Flu pills here. Dis anyone else actually do their 400's???
Swim today, 90K bike race tomorrow, 10K race Saturday. I have somehow got seeded in the B start for the bike race starting right after the Pro's and local teams so now I'm going to have to work my butt off tomorrow just to stay with all the speedy guys around me
I did mine!
We're still iced up and it was -7 when I went out last night. I was in two minds whether to attempt the 400s outside or to come back home on the TM but I didn't fancy the last mile on it so stayed out. They were not very even, mainly because of the ice. I did them along an A road that had been gritted but every time a car came I had to jump on the icy pavement.
3 m easy: 9:09; 8:22; 8:140.5 m strides: 7:302 m MP: 7:27; 7:236 x 400: 100 /95 /99 /94 /98 / 961 m 10KP: 6:520.5 c/d
I'm coming home early to do my 11 miles today. So excited to get it done in the light!
I did my 400s on Tuesday. Did 16. One guy thought that wasn't enough so did 20 plus a mile rep on the end!
Have just entered Challenge Henley 1/2 See you there ST / MrZ / AA?
I think I may need some of those man flu tablets - definitely coming down with something. It started on the way home yesterday with my throat just starting to feel tight and itchy...it developed into a cough pretty quick and now I feel pretty shite. Not helped by a 90 minute delay on the train this morning and having to stand out in the cold while our broken down one was moved out of the way so we could get the next one. So I definitely will not be running today I probably should be at home but have a couple of client meetings today and really can't miss them. At least I am working at home tomorrow so can take things a bit easy.
Good work minni last night. Braver than me to go out in that temperature - they make them a lot harder up there than us southern softies
Sarah - hope you hear good news today
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