Nice session Dean! Hurts just reading it.
Visions of Ric holding 2 separate parts of a dispatched Canada Goose too haha
Nice session Deano, 27! Crikey!
Not bad Johnas! Especially since you've been as glutenous as me recently. Although after my birthday weekend, this weekend I'm on a stag do! May mileage is looking ropey at best! Not to mention 2 x 2 day hangovers!
My session: 800 200 700 200 600 200 500 400 200 (90seconds after each) @ 1500 pace.
800 (2:37), 700 (2:18), 600 (1:54), 500 (1:35), 400 (72s) - all 200s were between 35-38. Nasty business it was, into a massive headwind and the last 400 into a hail storm!! Crazy weather!
nice work johnas
and you too SS - although that isnt a session from the 5k plan
Johnas wrote (see)
Nice session Dean! Hurts just reading it. Visions of Ric holding 2 separate parts of a dispatched Canada Goose too haha
I didn't hold on to the respective parts for long.
At a later date the same thing occured with another lad involved. The poor guy was set up by some others who told him to apply maximum power; and he happened to be a body builder.
The shock of the outcome defined the expression, 'freaked out!'.
dean richardson 7 wrote (see)
nice work johnas and you too SS - although that isnt a session from the 5k plan
Doesn't start till week beginning the 11th, although the block as a whole starts from Monday. So 2 lead in weeks with mixed 1500/3/5K stuff. I'll be a track beast by August!
Some scary sessions there - the shear pace of yours Dean, the number of reps of yours Johnas and the shear complexity of yours SS!!
Ah, the old Branta canadensis and the shear productivity fo their rear ends! I once spent a year of my life trying to prove the hypothesis that the quantity, and quality, of their shit could turn a bog standard, but ecologically rich, lake into a quagmire of cloudy, decaying and ultimately lifeless puddle...
Instead of the lake I chose, which is sandwiched between the M25 and the A3, I should have chosen the Goose Shit track in Barnes - at least I could have done a bit of useful training at a time of my life when I was more interested in training only to drink disgusting lager!
So bus, that explains a lot. While we all know where a bear shits, it now becomes obvious that a goose has to be selective in where it shits so that Eden does not become Sodom and Gomorrah. Decaying and ultimately lifeless is a fair description of the track already.
Easy one today and then parkrun tomorrow. County champs weekend as well so we are off to watch the Devon champs in Exeter. Will be interesting to see what effect each has on the other. A lot of the Wycombe Phoenix guys who run parkrun will be at champs instead this weekend and I assume a similar pattern across the country. I even got a couple of emails from UKA encouraging me (in general, not personally) to run in the country champs so they may be better supported than normal.
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