Morning, just!Watching the Superbowl but really don't understand what is going on!
Lyrics: Let the wind blow high Let the wind blow low
I've used these before, years ago: I'm sure Donaldo and a few others from north of the border will know these!
What: aim to have at least a long walk, and hopefully some runningWhy: after today may well be out of action for a few days
Why: First run in 2 weeks and got soaked.
OH: Hope you're okay up there
donaldo: My sis in law stays in Stornoway !
Yesterday's lyrics were Fitter Happier by Radiohead.
OH - hope you're still in one piece up there. Was thinking the same about the swim but I don't think I have sufficient range of movement.
Alehouse - hope you get to make the most of today and the weather isn't too bad. Windy here but 'only' gusting up to 48mph today. Scuppers the long walk with Grace I was planning to fill some time as I don't think that realistically I can do any training today.
Rough night as I tend to turn on to my left side and was woken every time I did so. Shoulder not painful in itself, just when touched or rotated. Could possibly manage some time on the turbo but I'm tired (jab due tomorrow too) and achey so I think it may be sensible to rest. Would long walk Grace as a distraction but she won't be keen in this wind!
What: probably nothingWhy: see aboveLast hard: the barrier I collided withLast rest: 25/1
Lyrics - feel that I should but can't say I do.
morning all, OH - still in one piece?LmH - ouchyDonaldo - nice runRFJ - hardcore..I would have opted for the duvet and make up of final placing +1...7D - great stuff with the long run & the 5k, ditto NZCWabo - putting me to shame with the DIY, I am at the "look at stuff and put it off" stage (although did do a half hour clear up in the garden on saturday)what - summat easy + QoP ce soirwhy - jadedlast rest - 8 dayslast hard - that field around mile 6 yesterday, or all of Saturdays long one.Lyric -not sure I do
So far big winds have not materialised. Windy yes but nothing out of the ordinary. Working today so no chance of getting to West coast to see big seas coming in.
What: maybe a pool swimWhy: might be a good ideaLast hard: ThursdayLast rest: FridayLyrics: still no (I know I'm useless)
BM: It's Scotland. It happens!
(LM.H) but not too hard perhaps!
I did long walk Grace in the end - it's certainly blowy!
OH - it was definitely a very hard barrier!
Well I have had some sleep now...
What - 4.25mWhy - Easy run daylast hard - yesterdayLast Rest - Last Monday
RFJ sleep is good
LMH had to read back, blimey hope you really are alright take care
Alehouse didn't see it, ended up watching some Italian film had no idea what was going on first
No runs sat or sun did cycle about 5-7 miles each day work in between
cycle tonight to and fro
nope to the lyrics
What: 2 hour walk through some very muddy country, struggling to stand up in places, and including about 15 minutes runningWhy: car was in for MOT, and won't be doing any exercise for the next couple of days.
Quiet on here!
I thought the lyrics were easy!
Hope the Scots are not wearing their kilts today, given the strength of the wind!
alehouse - the lyrics are easy! I used to think this song was a hoot when I was a kid! Long walk for you - great for your endurance.- good luck with the treatment.
Sounds lie the weather is pretty awful over there.
What: 3 miles easy Cornwall Park. We had rain overnight, and a bit of drizzle on my run, then it poured down. It was still very humid.
Forgot to mention the horizontal sleet for part of the walk, plus the strong winds when out of the woods: must be far worse in the Scottish Highlands and Islands.
LM.H it was meant to be the virtual hug () that was not too hard LOL
Just miserable sleety snow now - hope it clears up before tomorrow afternoon (half day)
Some footage of waves on West (Orkney) mainland coast today
Haha nice lyrics today.
I couldnt get out today and my schedule said 5 miles easy XC so there was nothing for it except to get the head torch on tonight and head off into the fields in the wind and snow! It was quite fun - slow going but thrilling, running along in the dark with a circle of light for company (oh yeah, and my dog). Came back caked in mud but feeling good.
Evening all. Having some avatar issues with this site. Hmm. Meant to be a rest day but I can't sit still at the moment so I went for 9M walk over Winter Hill. I was in my trail shoes so I kept running little bits up and down. Lots of fun, weather couldn't dampen my spirits, and a few people out recce'ing the Bolton Hill Marathon I'd wager. Hope everyone's not stricken by the incoming snow!
LYRICS? Yeeee Haaa! Donaldo knows where to find them!
Despite being somewhat tired legged I did actually go out for a run, just a gentle one round the rat run. 8:30m/m. I think that the motivation was the fear of the ice and snow that's due, and that the turbo in the garage can be saved for later.
Meanwhile, I'm off to watch the surfer's video.
Wow, that's Proper Guinness!
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