Lyrics - When I passed you in the doorway
No-one needs me to tell them yesterday's lyrics do they?
GGG - well done. The Hayling 10 is an old race that wasn't' run for several years - can't remember whether it was difficulty with road closures or what but I wasn't a runner when I lived on Hayling. I've run the Billy Trail a few times on visits back though.
Dustin - well done to your daughter, amazing results.
What: short, easy runWhy: all I'll have time/daylight forLast hard: 17/11Last rest: 23/11
What: something gentle, possibly some foresty hills.Why: working from home today and then a manic week of work (5.5 days in a 5 day working week...not sure how I'll fit it in...) so need to get in something today!Lyrics: not today
Dustin good result from your daughter!GGG Well done on the pb. Listening to the radio, most of the UK is underwater, you were lucky for no rain during the race by the sounds of things!
Have a good one all.
morning!LmH - thanks - she was very pleased. GGG - well done at Hayling, I know a few of our club did it, not one I've tried but perhaps next year. what - something easy, & routine massage tonight. I'm expecting some tough loving with the hammy, even though its behaved the past weekwhy - easy like a monday morninglyric - i think sohave a good week!
3.25 miles completed, first 1.75ish straight up the hill and then a slightly gentler route down again
Thanks all. LMH the Billy trail was the best part of the route, quite muddy but absolutely beautiful. I had music in one ear, and the sea in the other. Quite a novelty for a city runner!What: Nothing.Why: Rest after Hayling 10. Calves a little sore. Last hard: Yesterday! Awaiting official results but Nike+ said 1:28:40. I managed 1:29:39 at Cabbage Patch.Last rest: Friday.Lyrics no.
Morning all...AWOL, busy weekend with young people, rugby, tkd, alcohol etcLyrics, No but kickself involved post googleWhat: Core session in the gymWhy: Signed up for 2 per week until ChristmasLast hard: This morning's seshLast Rest: FridayAH: How you doing? Big bro had same and now on the mend. Not best time ever but good recovery.Congrats to all runners/racers this weekend.....off to catch up on what was missed.
another AWOL reporting back in.Ale: read about your bad news . Understand the sympathies bit and so forth but still hugging you bigtime, ok?Will leave my posting at that for today ...
Thanks Chick! Not the best of times, but, hey, it could be worse!
Straycelt: I'm going to try to email you!!
What: 1800 metres walked, which is a new post achilles distance pb, but it was much slower than yesterday.
hope all was ok, also been awol over the weekend
what: track later probably
why: not run all weekend
last hard: yesterdays gym session was
last easy: all day saturday, race cancelled due to river rodibg bursting its banks!
have agood day all
Afternoon but feels like evening
Yep AWOL again but chances are it will continue till the big day starting to get properly busy
So little running/cycling not much but that will have to do for now
Ale keep fighting i know you said you didn't want sympathy
Wabo well done to your team yesterday sorry no smilie hoping we can salvage something on wednesday our next game
GGG i'm supposedly down for the NYD 10km good race though got the 5km in Hyde Park on Friday which will be interesting
Alehouse - you know you either go for distance or speed when building back up, not both in the same outing
Hope you get good news from the physio Tom.
A nice 6 miles run with the dog in order to make the most of the limited daylight opportunity. River has been over its banks but gone back down though it had just started raining again as I arrived home.
well done GGG PBs are good
What 5.69m with Jnr at ClubWhy - - Monday sessionLast Rest - FriLast Hard - Parkrun on Sat
And another awol. Hi everyone.
What: nothing today... but still thinking of the fantastic run yesterday... Up to the top of a big hill in North Wales... then found this fantastic route down... long long stretches with smooth grassy tracks, the perfect gradient, where I could belt downhill at full speed... splash splash splash.... but not so steep that you had to put the brakes on (too often!). Still exhilarated.. and a month after my marathon... I feel like I've really got the desire back. Can't wait to go out tomorrow. And regretted getting back from work so late tonight.
Sorry alehouse.. don't want to make you feel bad with my joy! ... but it sounds like you're progressing... keep up the hard work.
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