Todays lyrics:'Who's gonna tell you when, It's too late,'
Yesterdays lyrics:Run by Leona Lewis and covered by Snow Patrol
Cold one up here. Gloves and hat on when out. Brrr
4 Easy Miles. legs stiff today.
Dustin: Had my coffee
NN: You just sit smugly during the day if you know the lyrics
Akle: Hope you do see progress
Paddy: Same with you mate.
Sounds mostly enjoyable Blisters!
Off to the in-laws via the Cotswold's then onto the seaside for a long weekend - hence my need to be running again
What: an hour on the turboWhy: won't be able to do anything but run for the next few daysLast hard: not doingLast rest: 25/10
Lyrics - I'm on a roll at the moment.
morning all, AleH - I think it all sounds like its moving the right way..LmH - have a lovely long weekend, but as Birks suggests its getting a bit fresher out thereBlisters - sounds good. I'm with you, why publicise when the house is empty? Few people put those inane pics of holidays up on facebook 'just arrived at airport' & 'us at big ben's diner' like anyone gives a ...but we'll be round later to raid your valuables...What - 6 miles at lunchtimeWhy - in the groove and hammy stretching. Yesterday turned in to a few casual miles with the little people: had them doing continuous hill relays. Lovely to see the effort they put in, and barely a face without a smile....last rest - saturdaylast hard - toosdays hillslyric - yeppers, although I think I was off with yesterdays
xc post Ale - and i can't edit....best of luck today!
I trust you were joking with your answer to yesterday's lyrics Birkmere !!
What... eating pasta, then driving up to Preston (will seem odd to do that without going to Deepdale!)
Why... Race day is around the corner
Lyrics: - Yes. That's two in a row!
Have a great Friday.
Alehouse Assume that's the orthopod concencerned about infection
What: restWhy: it's needed (and there's a few brass monkeys wandering about)Last rest: depends on what you call rest (a lot happening at work)
Cool 4 miles sqeezed in yesterday evening
oh I am pretty sure I know these lyrics
lmh, that sounds like a lovely weekend, enjoy!
alehouse, hope it all goes well for you
nice one DD!
good luck RW
what: I think I will rest
why: Gym session = achy upper body!
last hard: yesterday: last easy: tuesday
racing at Perivale tomorrow, North of the Thames xctry. NOt done this one so it should be interesting!
Have a good weekend all
oh and October is looking like the 3rd highest mileage month this year for, not high by any means but getting there!
Morning all. Parkrun and first XC race this Sunday. I've certainly allowed myself a quieter week at the running rock face. After Sunday's 19M, I took two days off, then did 13M on Wednesday night and have also allowed myself a pair of rest days. It's been a high mileage month for me and I was starting to feel it a bit, to be honest. Hopefully this will allow for some good performances this weekend and some uninterrupted training for the Zevenheuvelenloop next month.
DD: Good time in that heat.
LMH: enjoy yourself!
Best of luck to anyone racing this weekend too.
Good luck to any racers this weekend.
Ale - I hope the duck quacks!!
I have been in the pool - nothing major but the first step is taken. No running in sight yet & I'm not rushing!.
Particularly diificult at moment as Dublin Marathon on Monday!! Everyone asking me if i'm running it.
Had a few drinks on board last Saturday night and told several people that I shouldnt have that I will be back stronger than ever for a national medal at over 50 to match my O45 one. - That gives me 3 years!! Also vowed that i would break 2.40 next year - silly old me - I normally keep quiet about these targets.
Anyway, i'm off again for another sojourn & will look in soon.
Today's lyrics not sure, but for yesterday's it's the other way round, 'Run' is by Snow Patrol covered by Leona Lewis!
What: Gym.Why: Haven't been all week.Last hard: Yesterday's 5k fun run was a challenge. I ran there from work (only about 10-15 mins) and then my pesky wings detatched themselves quite early on and were flapping about in an annoying fashion. Last rest: Tuesday.
LMH jealous of your long weekend, it sounds very nice. Unfortunately the area I work in (libraries and archives) most jobs are short-term projects. I'll have been 14 months in my current job, the longest full-time non-retail job I've had. Permanent jobs are out there, I just haven't been able to get one yet.
Good luck Run Wales!!
Hope the cold vaporises Tom, and that you can run the Fenland 10, or are you volunteering to marshall?
DD, what a brilliant result! I knew that you were flying at the moment, but that is a fantastic outcome. 42 min for a v50 10k is good too, 28 degrees is about as warm as I'd like it to be for a 10k, and too hot for me to get a longer run paced correctly.
Wabo, some solid training going on there, is there a focal point?7D, Wabo, good racing.Ale, fingers crossed.
Lyrics? Yes in as much as I've got the earworm and can see the emotive pictures that went with it.
Training, probably. Once I've got my bike back and the wife has gone out.
What: getting our British car some German number plates (and succeeding )Why: we're no longer insured under British platesLast hard: see above
Last night's "slow 10 km" turned into a fast 12 km. Everyone at the session was capable of it so we went for it. Hip is feeling stiff this morning, but much better than last week, so there must be improvement, right?
Ale good luckLHM enjoy the weekend and the slow, recovery running Wabo keep it up.
Have a good Friday all
Oh dear, Paddy .... hope the others where equally drunk and won't remember DD: nice win emzap: sounds like a good runalehouse: very promising news. Don't stress too much about PSA levels. In some people they mean absoultely nothing. Mr. Chick's are constantly very high but he had the biopsy and everything and he's right as rain. what: 7 mileswhy: beautiful morning but hat & gloves were neededlast rest: Tuesdaylast hard: Wednesdaylyrics: yes. And of course I should have known yesterday's too!!
blisters, not really. This has been my worst ever year for running so right now I am trying to build up again, pick up some fitness and not get injured along the way!
Afternoon!Just back from a tiring trip to the consultant: lift/train/taxi/taxi/train/train/taxi! Out for about 8 hours allll for 20 minutes or so of his time! Antibiotics have been changed for something more powerful: just hope I don't react badly like I often do! Another swab taken...wound seemed to be leaking a bit today. Having been advised to push through the tendon for the past week I am now to put no weight on it at all for 3 or 4 days, so confinded to bed with foot up and the minimum of one footed work on the crutches!
Well done DD! Going well!
Have a good weekend everyone! Wonder if NZC has decided to marathon or not.
What: Sets in 100m, 200m and long jump
Why: To get trained for track and feild in Summer
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