Slow, steady but determined.
Just when I come back on to the thread, you all disappear
Nice off road run last night, felt zonked at the end but I feel like I've got my running mojo back, now to do it more often and for a little further
Well done TS
Did a 12 mile run this morning. The heat got to me in the last 3 miles
Is this for Beachy Tracey?
TS - Yes training for Beachy????Am trying to get an early start to training year.
It has been a crazy few weeks with children doing exams and trying to support them all! I have done some running, hopeing to make it to 8 miles tomorrow, allso been rowing and generally trying to get fit again!
I have a place in BrightonMarathon next year, also offered a charity place for London...what are the chances of doing both??? Am I mad to vene contemplate it?
Hope you are all running on...
MWW - Roobs will be doing both
My legs are shit after yesterday's track session. Am impressed that I did 2 x 400m at 6:54 pace and 800m at 8:00 pace???? Happy Days
Tracey - WOW...those intervals are amazing
MWW - my legs still fill it thou
I pulled something during the track session Still not 100% so I had to ditch my long run today. I may try tomorrow but if not I will have to do it on Tuesday instead
Roobs - I hope you are feeling better today?
I had my best rub in months this morning Managed 5 miles before work, included some fartlek and didn't feel as much like death as I have over the past few weeks!
MWW, doing both marathons is easily done, what you have to do is decide which one you will run easy and which one you will 'go for'. I would suggest Brighton for your faster one and London as the gentler one and enjoy the atmosphere!
Tracey - flipping 'eck!!
What are you 'training' for Roobs? Hope your 'pull' is easing?
I have got through for the Houston Half Marathon in Jan (they run it will the marathon, you just take a different route part way along the course), it's a good race and well supported - though nowhere near as good as London! So that's 2 races I have entered, both half's (should that be halves ), both in Houston, one in Oct and one in Jan. Shall have to look for a couple of races over the summer to get some practice in
Did Jillian Michaels Killer Buns & Thighs this morning
Well done TS
And well done Tracey
TS - I'm in training for Loch Ness on 29th September Got a score to settle
Wow Roobs, you're doing a full marathon a month before I do a half and I am nowhere near ready even for that!! Saw your run today didn't go too well, hope it improves soon
Dragged Bernard and his doggy back out for a mile run yesterday in 37:02.
TS - If I decide to go for both maras, brighton will be the focus as you suggest well done on enetring the two HM's!
Roobs - hope your "pull" feels better today?
Tracey - LOL..well done
I have only run once this week, hubby has been away and middle daughter still needing a lot of care, not much sleep for a few nights now. Hope to get middle daughter to her prom for a short while this evening so she can see some of her school friends that she hasn't really seen for a couple of years. Hubby should be home tonight, so hope to run tomorrow and then planning an a weekend away with some girly friends, going to see Robbie williams in Wembly on Saturday
Enjoy Robbie MWW
I'm back running but got shin splints now, grrrr!
I have decided to give my leg another couple of days rest. I ran on Wednesday and it was a bit painful. I'll run on Sunday now.
Bet you don't Roobs - I've seen what you're up to today xx
Proved me wrong. Well done on your run yesterday Roobs
Just done my first mile in 6 months. Got to start somewhere I suppose
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