Lyrics - A finger points to show a scene
A bad swim session Blisters? I love my elastic laces. £5 well invested.
AF - what bike do you have? The bike I did my first tri on was a secondhand mtb. It's Abingdon marathon for me.
Can't help on the technical front I'm afraid but not an issue I have using IE.
What: 30 mins easy or restWhy: I should probably have a rest dayLast hard: sleeping with the high windsLast rest: 29/8
morning allstill won't get me over to the dark side, but I do like hearing of your exploits...so good luck for the weekend Wabo!Bikes? I still have my 1997 £75 offroader , but took it out last week and I think I'll stick with the boris bikes for now. Yesterday turned into a short few bursts of speed an easy jogging...went to the club for the easy run, but owing to post Olympic euphoria, we had a record number of U11s in attendance (not to mention ~25 11-15yr olds wanting to join in the 'assessment' group).We decided to split the U11s (school years 3-6) into 5 groups given there were between 80-90 in total - regular attendees who were given a tough session by one of our senior track athletes, and the others into year groups. I get year 6. Some speed intervals, followed by some relays.Made a change and I think I'll be helping for a few more weeks to come. Sure we'll get some drop out but great to see so many wanting to give it a try.Today - day off work, so heading out in 10 minutes for a ~12 miler. Going over the fields, canal and see where the wind takes me.....Why - because I canlyric- I think soenjoy the crunchies
what: pack and get ready for the boat to Aberdeen tonight.
Why: off to Edinburgh in the Lake District with Langdale half on the 22nd
(why not: still pretty windy and 7 hour boat journey!)
Last hard:Tuesday 4th
last rest: Wednesday
LMH Weight loss easy, don't drink alcohol, don't eat much and spend at least two hours a day doing aerobic exercise! certainly makes one hell of a difference when cycling uphill.
Blisters: all my running shoes not just the ones I wear for Tri have elastic laces, fanatstic bits of kit.
Tom: Come and try the dark side?
AF My bike(s) cost a bit more than 50 pounds but I doubt they have made me that much faster.
What: 102K across the desert in a smidgeon over 3 hours, average 33.3KPH. 670M of climbing. Was alright for first two hours, bit hot and humid by the end.Why: Its Friday, its the weekend, Its cooling downLast hard: That waslast Rest: Some time past
those Boris bikes seem pretty good dustin!
what: 21.75 miles in on bike, so thats pleasing!
why: well I am pretty confident I can do the swim and bike part sunday...
last hard: this morning
last easy: yesterday
I did go out with the beginners at the running club and plan was t o speed walk at the back, I must admit to jogging a few bits. Ankle felt ok. I really need to move on now and do whatever it takes to avoid all these flipping niggles!
Have a good one all
lmh when is abingdon?
"road" bike is a Townsend York, 50 quid from local paper. Panniers, front basket and stabilisers extra. Just off for a jog marginally faster than I can cycle and in the opposite direcion to which I swim.
No lyrics again!
What: gentle walk followed by stretches/walking backwards, then 3 x 40 seconds very sloow before bailingWhy: calf just wasn't happy so it was not worth exceeding the limit of its endurance. Have probably spent too much time on my feet this week, this morning included, and last night I walked for about half an hour so perhaps I shouldn't even have put my kit on today! Anyway, you are never too old to learn.
PS I struggle to ride the exercise bike without falling off so am not in the least tempted by duathlons, triathlons or any other athlons.
Will power fully employed here to enforce a rest day
Dustin - who knows what future stars you may be influencing?
Alehouse - hope it's just a cumulative effect and that your common sense in curtailing today's session will be enough to see it right.
October 21st Wabo.
OH - hope your boat is sailing.
DD - I often do that but don't see those sort of results!
Yesterdays lyrics: 'I drove all night' by Roy Orbiston.
Why: I was out walking Geordie at 1:30am as he was 'needing' ! Never got up till 6am today.
Have a good weekend.
no to the lyrics...
I have a full suspension mountain bike brought from a mate 3 weeks ago for £45... use it now every day for the commute from home to station, about 1.75m each way....
9.25m steady today
No to the lyrics today. Again. But at least I have heard of yesterday's singer and recall the chorus of the song. That's more than can be said for lots of them.
Training? Limited due to saddle sore arse from the weekend. I think I must be the one with a week end. At least I could go swimming, and managed a full session, not a fast one, but achieved 80 lengths (2000m). Even my wife and large daughter were starting to acknowledge that I was trying. 57minutes for those not yet bored to tears.
I'm seriously considering putting my padded saddle on my skinny bike.
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