Lyrics - Even if I am in love with you
Forecast for the weekend getting worse every time I look. Stop looking is the answer then I guess! May have to be imaginative with training next week, sap things around and accept that it may be a lighter week mileage wise.
Hope you got out for your run Dibs and are soon feeling 100%.
What: an hour on the turboWhy: only have an hour and don't want to run again todayLast hard: 19/1Last rest: 28/12
Yesterday's lyrics were Turn Up The Sun by Oasis. A bit of wishful thinking on my part.
morning!I've also overtaken cyclists running uphills before, I guess it must be quite demoralising for them!Nice miles banked from several places yesterday, decent pace too Don.Hammering down last night for U11 coaching, at least we were on the track rather than the grass (mud/puddles). Did about 4 or 5 laps with them but that was it.Had planned for 45mins myself, but youngest had homework to do and wanted to retire to the hockey club cafe after her training finished (while eldest had hockey). It was a tough call, but warmth and coffee won the day. Today - run into work from Wateroo, same again tonightwhy - couple of easy days neededlast hard - Tuesdaylast rest - technically december, but was only 2k at easy pace yesterdaylyric - don't think soHave a great weekend - who's racing?
Dustin I think I will race but shall it be park run or Essex league, prob the former as I am still not 100% - it must be nice to run into work!
What: swim later and sauna
why: a mate has got me a pass for their gym
last hard sunday - what a lazy week!
last easy: all week
I need to snap out of this feeling...
have a good un peeps
Wabs - well its only a mile or so, but beats getting drenched in work clothes..good luck with whatever you choose
yeah, weather is dire, even here. So glad I switched sessions and did the 14 miler when it was dry.what: 9 soggy mileswhy: why indeed last hard: get goinglast rest: Mondaylyrics: no
What: maybe rest
why: working through the day and last rest Sunday although not a bad day here
last hard: monday
Dustin And I thought I live close to work.
Keeping my runs short at the mo have to remind myself be patient and not do too much too soon I'm guilty of both
What: 2.87 miles (did walk partly up steep hill) Why: building fitness Last Hard: That damn hill Lyrics No
Had planned on a mile(or 2km) out and back but on way round thought I may as well carry on in a loop but it meant running up the hill I ran down on Monday Its a toughie have run up it before but not today so it was a run walk up it though
Dibs: Are you in SA?
Have a good one!
Pammie - not sure if you're joking but Waterloo is the end point of my 60 minute+ train commute...I still have to get across London!
Wabo - maybe you're still not 100%? Take it easy and listen to your body.
I managed to find an extra 15 minutes this morning so 75 minutes on the turbo. Finished work unexpectedly early but resisted the temptation to take Grace out for a run even though it was dry and not too windy, I've run enough miles this week.
What 10ish commute
Why miles in the legs
Tomorrow is to be a proper rest day as I have the day off work and don't run on Saturdays. Hopefully will be rested enough for Wokingham on Sunday. I'll keep an eye out for you Gobi but the people giving me a lift don't hang around afterwards. If I don't see you before I hope all goes well for you and thee pacing works out.
managed to get out before the rain came down....
4.5m at MP, good run
meant to be at XC tomorrow, but may do LSR instead, as XC will be a killer with the rain that we have had and dont really want to pick an injury up for the last XC... will make the call tomorrow
Dustin - sorry I read the its only a mile you had to run thought that was the whole commute
What: 3.4k, gentle on cinder paths, in the dark. Nice afternoon here but back too late from work to take advantage .Why: easy run...listening to the body, and trying out new sparkly purple laces (and the shoes that they are in). They seem very fast...or would be if someone else were wearing them.
I ant purple sparkly laces!
Postie - I think that Wokingham is cancelled.
What size laces are you, LMH?
Yes, Wokingham is off...and whilst it might be a blow to Postie I suspect it will mess up Gobi's plans even more!
I wouldn't mind purple sparkly laces they'll go with my purple shoes
7 miles tonight in 52:24. Slightly more sedate than last night but felt equally hard!
Off to sunny climes tomorrow but might try a run before the flight
Lyrics, it's a maybe from me.
Where's the warm weather training Don? I take it that it must be half term. One week to go for me.
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