Still peering anxiously into the oven at the Xmas cakes! Also made snacks for work - bars with cashew, brazil and pecan nuts, oats, chia, sunflower and pumpkin seeds all held together with date puree and agave nectar.
The right decision Teknik
A good week's training there Stuart.
jason a 10 mile run the week after a (2nd) marathon is pretty amazing! Not surprised that the legs are a bit tired.
Sounds a yummy dinner.
Well done on everyone's training.
Great mileage AGF and well done for 9m at the gym! Fab dinner too
Sounds great OH. The nearest I got to water was washing the car but it was sunny.
jason are you keeing the weekly mileage high when you concentrate on the shorter distances before the VLM plan starts?
For the 1st time in history, I think going to the pub actually helped my running! Decided against the gym after the F1 yesterday, so went to the pub. By the time I walked there I knew I made the right choice. Legs were very very stiff and heavy. Had I done my planned squats/lunges, I wouldn't have managed to run today.
A nice 11.8 miles @10.00ish today. Heart rate was through the roof, but I think I know why!
Good luck with the 10K training NP....you will be flying come marathon training
Nice running again stuart...and good choice yesterday...all work and no play etc
Managed 10 today myself. Mainly along the canal in crisp cold, sun...with lots of waterlogged patches ) very enjoyable !!
nice running Stuart and AGF
If you're bored - click the link and find the idiot in green MacMillan's
Sorry NP - can't imagine doing doubles. Are you still in pain with the arm, or is it manageable?
3 very dark miles tonight. Now dark at 4:30 Ran off the path several times and narrowly avoided running into a parked car on Scapa front road. All good fun
Well done. If the finish was outside that cheerleading lass was brave. She must have been freezing.
HM ...it was an indoors finish - sweltering compared to the 2C outside. I didn't even notice the cheerleaders (old age/ no glasses/ exhaustion)...
nice running OH!
Tek thats tip you got from a coach about lifting your feet looks to have paid off mate.You look like the only one doing it compared to the rest of them "shuffling" over the line
Teknik lol at video but thats not as bad as the hat I wore for Dublin The wrist is still a little painful as I don't like taking pain killers...... But it's ok to run did six miles yesterday with a bit more speed in them.
OH go easy in the dark.
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