Minni v Dubai Dave
CD - no, not that one (no way am I letting the dog in that , plus he'd be very squashed!). It was the Passat. They said it wasn't covered by the warranty as they think a stone got caught in the pedal so it jammed and then sheered off when OH put his foot down (yes, it was him not me what done it )
Hope you're all well and fit! Some smashing runs over the weekend!
I had to cut my long run short as i developed a very accute pain in my anterior tibilis Never had any issues there before -so i cut the run short at 13 miles, iced and massaged for the evening - felt much better this morning so hoping a few days off with swimming and cycling before easing back should prevent it turning into anything! (fingers crossed)
to make up for the whole tapir penis thing here's a cute bunny falling over after sneezing! - that should purge the horror!
keep strong and fit everyone!
Welcome back Freemers. Nice long run as ever.
mr Z - love the video. Reminds me of some of the bunnies I ate on holiday in France last year....
lots of snow here. I didn't go swimming as it took me 2 hours to drive home in the snow did my wobble board and physio exercises instead
Well done still getting out for your 20 2old, takes some determination to go out in grim conditions with the remains of a hangover.
Weeble - do it when you get settled, I wish I'd joined sooner!
Poor bunny! Hope the x-training sorts out you anterior thingumy Zuvai (what's that then?)
nice speedy cycle then 2500 meter swim, including 4* 100 at 85 sec - i love running intervals HATE swimming intervals.
Spoons - that made laugh a lot! my sister had a bunny once that i persuiaded her to name Stuart! - so it would eventually be shortened to Stu!! - i was a horrible brother
Simon - you're a brave man
Carrot - its the muscle on the front of your shin - when inflamed a lot its often mistaken for shin splints - it feels much better today
haha - while the cross training may be ideal for injury prevention, it can bring problems of its own; as i entered the changing rooms i was coming down the stairs, the combination of wet and plastic meant i slipped and fell down half a flight of stairs! i was absolutely fine, but i was so shocked to slipped that i let out the most theatrical girly scream!! Cue three half dressed men coming running out to see if i was ok!
Freemers - Welcome back and nice long run.
Red - Looking good on your comeback, speaking of getting emotional me and OH went to see Les Miserables on Sunday, amazing film and I shed a couple of tears during the film and was a wreck at the end.
AA - Speedy repeats, similar session to mine this morning.
4 miles recovery for me yesterday, and 4 x 1 mile repeats with 0.25 recovery early this morning, 6:31, 6:31, 6:40, 6:36 felt very tough which was reinforced by my daughter saying I looked like crap whereas she looked remarkably fresh after her swimming.
Minni - I defy anyone to listen to that interview and not be touched by it. I've read all about Jane before and it still never ceases to amaze me, but I'd never quite realised what an absolutely fantastic bloke her OH is too. He's a real inspiration as well, and I have absolutely no idea how he has coped with it all either.
Mr Z - loving Stu the rabbit!
Nice intervals Barry & AA - it's fair to say I'm not looking forward to my first set!
5M recovery for me this morning. Felt fine, apart from being blimmin' freezing!
Stu the Rabbit - classic
Red - I listened to MT on my long run on Sunday. What a brilliant interview that was - it's just so hard to get your head around everything she did and how much pain she took, right to the end. I really hope his Yorkshire marathon is a success, I'm sure it will be.
AA / Barry - great mile reps. I have those tomorrow, can't say I am looking forward to them, but needs must.
Bro - so jealous of where you are right now! Sounds like you're having a great time. Beware of the bears
Lots of snow at home - saw two cars in the ditch on the way to the station this morning! London has a little as well but not much to speak of.
6 miles easy later.
Tempo run last night felt really hard, not looking forward to speed work tonight - might swop with tomorrow's run as I had to run the last part of my journey into work today and the same going home. Couldn't face the bike with minus stupid degrees on the thermometer this morning - its my hands that are the problem, they get so cold I can't brake properly. Not great in a hilly city with ice on the roads......
Still if things get tough I will have done 2x2mile runs today which if necessary can go on Jantastic [although I feel that is cheating somewhat as they are rather short].
MrZ- what a wally! Im sure that fall would get you expelled rom the Build a Bear Club let alone the IM club. Hope there are no residual effects.I thought the idea is that you only swim intervals these days but I know nothing about such things. Stu-
O4S-more speed work-very impressed.Do you find it takes longer to recover from those even if short than the long steady stuff?
Bro-didnt doubt you'd run in Whistler-surely its on a TM as its dark at that time of the day. Enjoy the rest of your hols. Jetlag is a great excuse to get up early and run before the day starts
Barry-Les Mis isnt a feel good story probably good prep for a tough interval session where you feel crap afterwards. Still well done doing it.
KFC-such complex programming is beyond me-good luck on the track-Ill stick to the TM for mine..which may well be today , gulp
AA-excellent interval session, hope mine goes as well as yours
2old: I never recover from speed work, it is taking years off my life.......
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