Morning from a dreich (wet) west of Scotland
Todays lyrics:One man one goal one mission,
What: 4 easy miles.
Why: Legs heavy, feeling a bit sluggish
ale:Hope you get on mend soon
DD : Agreed re Blues.
Hope Bradley Wiggins gets back in saddle quickly aftre his accident yesterday.Same with Cyclings Head Coach Shane Sutton
Morning ale and sweep
I suddenly thought I'd posted the singers / band of todays song with the lyrics.Realised now that I haven't, thankfully
Well done for getting out sweep.
Hope it goes well Alehouse.
Nice to see NZC back - what's next?
OH some thing special planned or just no working?
The conspiracy theorists could have a great time with Bradley and Shane's incidents couldn't they?
What: 30 mins easy or nothingWhy: busy day and legs still acheyLast hard: is it time for hard again yet?Last rest: 4/11
Lyrics - yes.
happy friday all,well done yesterday Sweep, good run! Likewise decent session RFJ and Blisters spot on with easy should be easy, hard should be hard. I find it difficult to run the easy ones as easy as I'd like.Good result Wabo, and a decent performance. Defoe above Sheringham now in the scoring charts! I can't believe we have a couple of Millwall fans on here, I can't think of any other London sides that play in blue....what - 3 or 4 easywhy - hamstring test, 2 days of rest have helped & want to try it before 10 miles of mud on Saturday...last rest - weds & Thurslast hard - resisting running yesterdayoh and a yep to the words
Morning. Lyrics not sure.
What: Rest.Why: Been at it all week.Last hard: Wednesday's gym.Last rest: Friday.
LMH yes I'm lucky there's a Home Run route that goes from really close to work to my new place, although I'll only be working here another month and a bit... Got some interviews lined up so fingers crossed I can secure something before the end of the year. Both are short term but 14 months and 22 months, that's more security than I've had for a while!
Hope you enjoyed your ale alehouse.
GGG: best of luck with the interviews. Never a nice feeling to be up in the air about jobs ... I think most of us have been there. Blisters: can we swap paces please? Your easy is about my HM pace
NZChristine wrote (see)
chickadee - when is your marathon?
chickadee - when is your marathon?
NZC: April 21 so nowhere near, thank god. I'm still in recovery from my autumn mara but I like to keep a decent base of 50mpw which I should hit this week
sweep. wrote (see)
Felt alright after work, so went out, we did a hilly 9 mile loop in about 75 mins... Glad I bothered now
always makes you feel great when you beat the CNBA fairy . what: 10 miles a leeettle quicker than of latewhy: I felt good for once!last rest: 2/11lyrics: yes
Nothing interesting to report. So another dull post.
What: Hope to do 4 miles easy
Why: Only done 1 run in the 12 days since my marathon. I need to get myself out of this before it becomes a habit!!
Have a great Friday
lyrics yes! Prob afternoon when I am finished posting so good afternoon too....
shame about the 2 cyclists indeed birkmyre, hope they make speedy recoveries!
lol dustin! It was a good night made greater by the half time appearance of Fabrice Muamba, the best part for me. Bless him.
alehouse hope all goes well today, I did wave at you! Was sitting near the corner paxton rd end, bale took a corner on our side second half, well at least one!
what: gym d&d early early doors, tai chi squats lunges as well
last hard: tuesday
last easy: yesterday
Race tomorrow afternoon just a club handicap fun sort of 5 mile thing then a remembrance run sunday which will be about an hour. so I dont mind so much that I didnt run since Tuesday!
have a good weekend all
GGG, swap organised for Tuesday. I'll take your good looks any day. If you keep pushing yourself to the limit for 10 years your current 400m pace will become your marathon pace.Lyrics: a classic.Today, the plan went like clockwork. Having received a late text on the lines of "you didn't reply to my FB message" I suddenly had a partner for my long run. We met once I'd done an hour, and then continued on my regular long route with a couple of diversions. The final bit is proper training. 18 miles in and the inclines need to be tackled. Of course, she was as fresh as a daisy and I had to work a bit. A great result though, and the steam train made an outing on the final few "race you to the top". A total of 22.7 miles in 3:15, averaging 8:36m/m. Now that I am happy about, and nothing below 9m/m on the open road.
Cold bath done, hot bath done, compression socks on, refuelling in progress. Weight down to a dehydrated record low of 11st3lb. I wasn't expecting that, apart from when I pulled my trousers on twice.
OK gang, go and hit the dance floor!
Great training, Blisters. Would be good if you could get one of those runs in on a consistent basis every 2 to 3 weeks.
Wabo: thanks for the wave...and there was I looking for you in the Director's Box. Good training first thing, enjoy the handicap (I used to love handicaps!) and yes, the Fabrice Muamba appearance was moving on TV, so it must have been pretty emotional live.
Chick: a better run! Long may it continue. And RW, I'm sure Chick would say that the lethargy is normal.
Dustin: enjoy the mud, and take care of that hamstring!
6 hours travel for about 5 minutes with the consultant! My fault for being picky with the consultant, but still glad I did: he's still pleased with progress and I can start physio next Friday, and then see him the following Monday. Moving in the right direction. However, Blisters, no, I won't be hitting the dance floor.
Permission to join thread please...do enjoy reding the lyrics and been lurking for a while but if it's a private party happy to diappear:Lyrics yesWhat: Gym sessionWhy: First outing post real fluLast Hard: Cardiff HalfLast Easy: Cardiff Half followed by flu andLast Rest: Cardiff to today!
Hi Straycelt! You, and anybody else, is most welcome! And you have the format just right!
Alehouse....are you in SWales or are there two towns with a Griffin and a Royal Oak?
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