good luck everyone this weekend. Must say a special good luck to FL - hope you nail it!
Stickless that's some great mileage: as always you're an inspiration.
What: 32 mins pool running with a pyramidWhy: I'm allowedLast hard: being so sore from weights all weekLast rest: Monday
Pool running is very weird, but it didn't really hurt, so I shall have another crack at it today.
Good runnings all and enjoy the long weekend.
Off on a days holiday today.
What: 45min steady.
Why:Need to and wanted to.
Scobos: Thanks for the well done to younger son. Now all 3 kids are into athletics !
Miss B watched with me the Manchester 10k, I'd taped from Sunday and announced after it that she wants to ''do a race'. ! She jogged over to her Grampas (about 1k away ) when I took her over at lunch-time.
You were right and I was wrong re our team, re last night. But that SPL fixture list ... (Birkmyre just shakes his head in complete and utter disgust and disbelief .)
All the best to the Edinburgh racers at the weekend.
Have a good one peeps, if you can.
Havent ben on for a few days, and havent read back, apologies if I have missed any news. We were at a funeral yesterday for a mate who passed away last week from cancer, he was 46...... quite a hard day all round.
Seems like you're having more than your fair share of hard times lately, RFJ.
Interesting to see that pace-breakdown Tom.
Didn't get out yesterday and wont get out today
What: restWhy: busyLast hard: mondayLast rest: yesterday
Sunday should be fun, we're 'racing' the rowing club (some member overlap including their presidente) along the Thames, 5 miles out and back.
RFJ - Take care.
Imski - sounds fun, i've been known to race anything sailable on the river be it little boats or cargo ships
What: 6 miles with some short fast burstsWhy: miles in the bankLast Hard: Sunday
RFJ - sorry to hear thae sad news
Good luck Sunday gobi - I'm amazed you'll be recovered enough.
What: 9 mile run on canal towpath - first 5 miles steady at 6.5 - 7 m/m and last 4 at tempo pace - 5.35 5.35 5.37 5.36. Felt hard but good to get some quality back and better than I thought after the weeks of inactivity.
RFJ That's a big OUCH. Same age as somone who shares my birthday. I don't know why, but I was thinking exactly those thoughts during my run today. I'd have to live to 92 to be in my middle aged prime. Still, I feel as though there's a lot left to give. I only hope that there's close family to help out with shoulders and practical things.
Next run 0600 for a multi lap relay around the City Park. I'll make it my long run. It's a fund raiser for a club member's medical treatment.
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