Todays lyrics:Adventure seeker on an empty street,
Yesterdays lyrics: 'You're the best thing' by Paul Weller
What: 4M: Easy/Steady
Catch up time
Should have got yesterday's lyrics birks. You still playing the guitar?
Dibs - Alehouse is right about the taper. I tend to put the intensity in to distract my body from the fact that volume has decreased and because I can start to climb the walls a bit when I don't exercise.
What: turbo/swimWhy: shorter than usual work day means I can fit it inLast hard: 19/1Last rest: 28/12
Lyrics - familiar but can't give a definitive 'yes'.
howdie, well raced yesterday RFJ & jnrwhat - easy runwhy - tiredlast rest - declast hard - Sundaylyric - nope, but should have got yesterday's
Well done RFJ and junior
still pretty windy
what: should be LSR
why: on the schedule
Last hard: last Monday
last rest: yesterday
today's other hard - telling IT dept that big wave did my pager in!
Morning LMH: Yeah still playing away.
Still not caught up...
wah, should have got yesterday's lyrics too sorry to hear meds are impacting your running, RFJ. Still a 10mile time I'd kill for, especially over a hilly course. Brilliant stuff from Jr. again. what: probably rest day (says schedule) but may jog 3 miles insteadwhy: I always feel rubbish after a complete restlast hard: bits of yesterday, especially the startlast rest: Wednesdaylyrics: no
RFJ Good racing
What: 3 milesWhy: felt ok so why notLast Hard: ThatLyrics: Rings a bell
Not an easy route lots of ups to start a nice long downhill just before 1 mile a bit flat and some more ups to finish contemplated run walking but carried on 10:54 pace so not quick but satisfied
17.4 done more of a walk-run than a run.
How to get an easy negative split: head out into (F8) headwind, along a coastal track taking in a headland or two then turn back onto the road with the same wind behind you.
Full house for me in the end today. 75 minute turbo including some threshold work and short intervals; 2.8k swum and 4 miles run with Grace.
That's some wind to be running into OH!
Why not indeed Pammie.
I'm the same chickadee.
Any races planned Dustin?
RFJ: Nice time for a man not at his best, congrats to Jnr
LMH: Thats a good days training
What: 2 hours of mud plugging on the CX bike, only fell off 4 timesWhy: Too sore to runLast Hard: YesterdayLast Rest: Saturday
Afternoon, if I can still call it that. Still light!What: 3.12k gentle, mainly on cinder pathsWhy: wanted to run in the daylight rather than be an alley creeper in the dark. Legs wanted something gentle today.
Nice set, LMH, and nice long "run" OH.
Hello. Just this minute back from a 7.1 mile run in 52:38. Legs still heavy from Saturday but managed a steady pace throughout.
Lyrics. Yes. In 1988 or 1989 when this song came out, I taped it (onto a cassette) over and over again and played it several times in a row. The rather old fashioned way of playing a song on repeat!!
One more exam down.. not too bad either.
Rest day for me! although the 5am get up to travel and on feet all day wasn't great for my very achey legs today! I had aches all night in my lower legs.
early night me thinks!
good plan Dibs
Run done 8.3 miles at an aerobic pace 8m/m. Shorts in evidence.Then directly on to the pre-prepared bike on the turbo. The aim was a High Intensity Interval Training set. 2min warm up, 20 seconds maxed, 3 repeats, warm down. Just a 10 minute slot.
Despite the wife's reminder about Andrew Marr, I didn't suffer a stroke.
Dibs, glad to hear that you sound positive.
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