Onwards and upwards to other events :o)
Hey Rio... tell G to leave you alone.... lol.... looks bad just rest up and get better soon. Do to yourself what you would tell others... Mrs G sends her love...... Just baclk from a very wet and windy Nun's Run in London but it was fun. 600 running around in Nun's habits...That is waht running is all about............ Having fun.....Hope all is well Hash.....
At Tewkesbury half next weekend if anyone is going along came and say hello....work tomorrow 6pm-6am......yuk !!!!!!!
Glad it is so close to you Pinks
Yes I have used the spinervals dvd's some of them are really hard but are definitely worth getting. I have the hardcore 100 (very tough and supposed to cover 100miles in the time) I haven't done all of that one. And I think I have one called mental toughness as well.
All are very good though.
HT I will show you my Jesus experience for real tomorrow ( I have a feeling he will be hanging around for quite at while). Though I am not sure if I will be able to run. I can still teach though
Evening all - looks like you lot have been busy where as I have done nothing but watch TV and surf internet. OH is ill so I have been on hot water bottle and hot orange duty.
Vik - hope the BF is ok. Gillingham could still go down next weekend so I may be in the same situation.
Gatton - saw a pic of the nuns run on the BBC website, looks like fun. I've paid my money for the Bluwater 10km so hope to see you there.
That looks really painful Rio, hope it soon mends.
Mitiog, I train by HR. Your calcs look right. For 65% working HR or 75% MHR then it should feel like an easy plod. You should be working at running slow to keep below the threshold, not working hard to reach it. Are you sure of your max and resting HR, or are you just super fit!
Took the compeed of my mega toe blister from last week and looks like one of my toenails has bought it .
Not run yet, maybe a gentle one tomorrow.
Back on the Twinings, and plenty in the pot if anyone wants some. Plus the girls have been busy while we were away, so fresh boiled eggs if anyone wants one, but only if you turn up with a handful of cheese to placate them, I swear they're sulking at being left alone. There's a lot of indignant squawking going on, I just hope the neighbours aren't trying to have a lie in
It was so good to sleep in a bed that was firm and comfy and long enough for Blouse. The one in the hotel wasn't bad by hotel standards, but my feet were hanging off the end of it, so Blouse was sort of folded, with half of him heading towards the corridor.
Hope the bruises aren't too painful this morning Rio.
Eeew re the toenail Scuba, hope it's okay.
Me too to a little plod later on this morning, methinks One of those gorgeous mornings when it's rained buckets overnight, and the whole place is fresh and quiet and I just want to get out there and run and run and run and run. Better be good and stick to four miles though, I've had more than enough of this 'injured' label, it has to go for good this time
You are up very early for a Bank Holiday Hash!!
Scuba you have my sympathy with the toe! I have never lost a toenail yet but understand it can be quite painful too.
Bruises are still lovely colours and hip is still stiff. But I want to run so may just try a little jog warm up with my ladies tonight.
Be patient Hash and it will be good. It is great that you are getting back out there.
Morning folks..... positive vibes coming from here to day... I have just dried out from yesturday and have been out for a little jogette along the river. Right have domestics to do before lunch and work from 6pm...... will be lurking as it is always quieter on Bank Holidays
Suze 78 will defo be at Bluewater. some peeps will know where I will be but I will let you know closer to the day.
Nun better Gatton
mitiog where are you? It's alternating between sunny and lashing it down here. I just got drenched - four and a half miles of very happy drenching whilst poddling through my favourite bit of the village, smelling the damp, fresh weeds at the side of the road and loving every minute of it. This time I will not overdo it........
Anyone do latin? I've been trying to work out what the latin is for "I run therefore I am". Sounds like a good one to put on a mug. Curso ergo sum?
Bounce, bounce, bounce
Weather the same for me Hash, just been pottering about the garden pulling up dandelions and got soaked in a down pour. Looks like the sun has come back out so must go and cut the lawn.
Scuba - your toenail will grow back but takes quite a while. I am currently minus two.
Chicken duty for me this morning. Hey Hash my chickens feathers are not growing back, wonder if its because I have perspex sheets on top of the run so thought they may not get much sunlight. WOuld that affect the feather growth do you think? Bald as a bird ready for the table in the rear departments and one on the chest. One of them has been like this since xmas poor thing. Need to ask a vet or google it.
Back to running to work tomorrow I reckon after abit of cycling this week. Flippin freezin cold wind here today. Onions and spuds are all in, herb garden planted and even put some lettuces out, probably snow now.
Great bruise that Rio.......get the peas out of the freezer.....and rest it up.
Daughter no2 hurt her arch on her foot yesterday coming back from a six miler. Its swollen and looks a bit dodgey any suggestions what it might be she has done?
Have a good bank holiday team, unless you are working then enjoy whatever you are up to......no pay rise for us this year and our office is under threat now, not surprising as there is not enough work for us really......lets hope it keeps going only another 10 years to go on the mortgage!!
Well, I did a good 10k yesterday which has made me think even more about the possibility of running a marathon next year. (Did FLM in 2005 but did not give it the commitment it deserved). Have been contemplating Edinburgh or Brighton. After spending a long weekend in Edinburgh, I think I have made the decision to go for Brighton. As much as I love E'burgh, by the time I have factored in flights, hotels, food, amusements, car hire etc it wll cost a small fortune. Also, been to E'burgh each year for the last three years and I am running out of things to do.
Also, I think E'burgh Marathon will clash with Cheshire Tri, which is on my calendar to do next year as the intention is to also do a Middle Distance Tri (Bala/Vit).
So Brighton it is then, unless anyone can recommend a similar alternative. Not Stratford tho as I beleive that clashes with VLM and chances are I will be the at Mile 17 again.
We've had a couple of hail showers here! Nice and windy though so hopefully the sheets will dry quickly.
10 mile race this morning which measured 9.86 miles (last year was 9.94 but that probably included a couple of detours into fields). It's a local village race so not sure how accurate the course is anyway. Did 1.33.35 which would have equated to 1.35 for the full 10 over a hilly course so pleased with that
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