Minni v Dubai Dave
AA: don't worry about your shit run - agree what 2old/kiwi said. You gave it your all in the half last week. Legs are bound to be tired.Barry: impressive XT sesh! Very dedicated.Gazza: my 10k was cancelled and TBH I'm not sure I can be bothered with a solo TT in this shite weather! I think I rather focus on my final 2 long runs and my HM on April 1 (if it goes ahead that is)Good luck Freemers and carrot. Hope the back is ok, Freemers.SS: Happy birthday Simon: enjoy the long ride. Just psyching myself up for my 22 miler. Freeeeezing again, but sunny and the wind isn't howling as badly around the house as it did yesterday.
me 2 Minni & AA. Won't be doing an autumn mara this year (she says now .... )
Barry B wrote (see)
the last hour got a bit grim.
the last hour got a bit grim.
I'm not surprised!
However - mega impressive. interesting idea that you could basically do normal marathon training albeit entirely on the X trainer when injured and still build to marathon fitness.
Alright all. Still suffering from this cold which is a bit of a pain. Managed to get my runs in so far, but ditched the YKW yesterday. Am due to do a 15 today but i woke up with a nasty cough. Just seeing how today pans out to see if i can manage it or not. At least I am getting the cold out of the way now.
Barry - 4 hours on the elliptical! Wow.
Kiwi - no brentwood for me this year - too close to the Paris marathon.
Minni - shorter races - I thought you meant 1500m! That's what I will be rocking this summer
Freemers - ouch on the back
Red, I reallly hope your Dad gets a definitive diagnosis very soon. It must be so tough for you. The fact that you are even managing to continue your training is nothing short of amazing so whatever time you run will be a real achievement.
Simon, I think it's FRC's birthday today, mine's tomorrow
KFC, I hope you feel better soon. Good news on race deferral though. At least you'll get a crack at it when you're feeling back to full strength.
Col, it's really hard to maintain a consistent pace when getting buffeted by the weather so don't lose heart. The main thing is your foot felt good!
2Old, I'm with you on the TM love-in. I also have a massively high boredom threshold so I can (usually) just zone out and get a TM session done. Often out here with the heat, it just seems like the sensible option. I am not as hardcore as DD (where is he, btw??) and I like my A/C How's your ITB?
Chick, sounds like some great intervals there, brilliant running
Minni, I'm not sure yet what my number is. I will have to get my mother to open my race pack and interrogate her. But I will say Green Start, 3:44.00
AA, well done for dealing so well with a shit run. As you say, onwards and upwards...
Barry, wow, what a cross-training session! Amazing.
Hi Gazelle! Good to hear from you. What are your race plans this year?
Carrot, I hope your foot holds up today.
Free, how's your back feeling? I hope the race helped.
Ant, take it easy and don't run if you don't feel well.
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