All the leaves and brown and the sky is grey
Or maybe it just feels that way when you are back at work and your family is still swanning around on holiday.
what: 60mins easy round the bays. Warm but windy.why: standard Monday recovery session. My running partner raced a half ironman yesterday so it was actually quite an easy pace for once!
LMH - good luck with Brass Monkey. Half marathon is a good distance I think.
Why: Firest run in 2 weeks due to cold/lurgy.
Lyrics: Think so
Glad you're feeling better and are able to get back to it birkmyre.
Thanks for starting the thread M. If it makes you feel any better it's pitch black here until nearly 0800hrs and again by 1615hrs.
What: rest/smtWhy: tired/nigglyLast hard: last yearLast rest: last year
Lyrics - sure do.
What: find appointment cardWhy: Achilles consultant this evening. Hopefully he will sign me off, or say come back in 3 months etc.May walk this afternoon, plus must do my stretches.
morning all, Aleh- good luck Birks - good to see you back in to itM - some recovery ..an hour!! welldone to the OH tho' on the halfIM.Echo LmHs comment, still dark, but London surprisingly mild again today. Train into town busy though (even at 6am) , I guess those that shut down for the festivities all back today.what - physio tonight , will jog home from that , so a painful hour followed by an easy 15 minutes...why - legs need it.last rest - 3 weekslast hard - Last weeklyric - yes
What: work and probably restWhy: my body tells me toLast Hard: SaturdayLast rest: yesterdayLyrics: Certainly no brown leaves here(and sunrise still to come at 9:01, sundown at 15:35)... but the days are getting longer again
"Achilles consultant" LOL but hope all is as hoped
missed the weekend's exploits ...Sorry to see that Tom is suffering from yet another bout of injuries Some hard core racing by RFJ and Dustin's extended familyEnjoy your rest day, LMH.what: maybe recovery later why: I feel like I could do with some air - officially it's a rest day, but a leetle jog won't hurt last hard: speed work on Saturday ( 3 x 2 mile reps )last rest: 1/1lyrics: yes
54 miles altogether last week
Dustin High Wycombe "oop north"! Where was she playing, I grew up there.RFJ good racingAle hope the achillies consultation goes ok today
What: restWhy: driving back to Germany last night was very knackering and my whole body hurts from dancing in heals at the wedding on Saturday night!Last hard: see aboveLyrics: Yup
parkrun on Saturday was very slow. I'm not sure whether it's due to the slippery conditions, or my condition...I'm hoping it's not too much of the latter...
Have a good day all.
What 15.24Why missed yesterdayLyrics yes
Almost an Lsr into work this morning as I was unable to run yesterday, poorly OH. Starting to feel it now so easy 7ish tomorrow probably.
Been busy with work, and most of my spare time has been fitting in plenty of running, so not getting online as often.
Nothing today though, did 8 miles yesterday, and gotta be up at 4am tomorrow for work, so rest day it is!
Club sessions start again tomorrow, so will be back to normal from now on.
Hope everyone is well.
oh, nearly forgot, yep for the lyrics
Lyrics - yup!
Ran 3 miles in 25:46 - nice and easy - still not completely over the 'flu' I had at the weekend so sweated like never before while running!
Was back to work today too - am now Deputy Head of my school so it was a very busy in-service day for me. Fairly tired this evening!
Lyrics - Yes (2 days on the trot that must equal my record....)
What - 5.25m Club runWhy - Easy runLast hard - satLast Rest - Weds (my rest day)
Take care all
Lyrics, yes.Easy training day: managed 35 minutes on the bike in the garage. Minutes, not miles. That will do.
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