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Great stuff Catch up well done.
Looks like you enjoyed yourself.
Nice easy week now then.
Thx for the welcomes yeterday from NZ Christine & AF.
What- 4M Recovery
Why- LSR Yesterday, college tonight until 9-30 after work
Last Hard yesterday
Last rest mon 8th
Have a good Monday.
quick in and out and will have to catch up later.
What: 60 easy turbo; 2k easy swim if I can get to the poolWhy: easy day but pool opening hours not helpfulLast hard: SundayLast rest: 19 Aug
Good runnings all.
PH: Well done on another sub-5 clocking - which mara, notts?
BR: Hope you can get sorted whatever caused the DNF
PH: Sorry things didn't go to plan. Wish my halves didn't go top plan like that
Welcome Windscale - shouldn't you be Sellafield?
Dustin: Nice mile!
Catch-Up: Nice debut marathon - well done!
Have a good one!
Just realised - two PH, 2nd is PeaHead.
Trini we're not supposed to have to think on a Monday.
Suppose I had better do some running but don't really feel like it .
What: 7.5M SteadyWhy: Ticking Over Last hard: SaturdayLast rest: Sunday
BR - really sorry things didn't work out for you, always tough when you have a certain time in mind.
Dubai Dave - you sound like you are loving it.
Peahead - still a very good run.
Catchup - great first marathon - you did it well - good stuff.
Dustin - nice little mile thrown in there - good to see the speed is still there.
What: 5 miles easy - out on the bushtracks back on the road. The bushtracks are dry enough to run on now, just as hilly as ever though!
Good running everyone.
yesterday's lyrics were from "How Soon Is Now?" by the Smiths btw
Well done Catchup - the first but not the last?
what: 3.3 miles, much of it easy, but including a 1 mile effort in 5:52 and a half mile in 2:55why: pushing it a little bit but not too much prior to race 3 of the Multi-Terrain League tomorrow
The efforts tonight felt like fast cruising rather than blasting it. A good sign I hope - but I've been here before...Anyway, tomorrow's race is a bit different from the two woodland races we've had so far. Just over 4 miles, but about 2.5 miles of the length is on the beach. No strong winds forecast - otherwise things might have been "interesting". I'm keen to make up for two distinctly moderate performances so far.
Catch up: congratulations, and I do detect an appetite for more punishment?
An early finish today for me, allowing a tidy 8 miler at cruising pace. Met up with a club mate who was cycling home and he was hopeless at keeping the pace. Too slow at first then too fast. Got home with a bit of an iffy digestive system which probably relates to the unending buffet yesterday. It'll go away.
Tomorrow: is anyone in or near Dorchester or Weymouth in the evening and fancy an outing? BRilly?
Dustin: congrats on the PB's for you and your daughter, to answer your question, apart from one bad patch after 1:45ish, yesterdays run definatelywas on the cure end of the spectrum
Peahead: congrats on a cracking time, even if it wasn't quite what you wanted.
Catchup: congrats on the debut marathon, and being able to use the stairs today
BR: sorry to hear chippenham didn't go to plan for you.
Had to ditch my run tonight as we had one of those rainy events that hits every couple of weeks where it is so heavy that the roads get to 3-6" water in minutes, the culverts become torrents and the rain is warm, but the size of golf balls! So it's turned into a rest day, well I'll nip out to the back garden onto the spin bike for a few stationary miles with the company of the tree frogs, and crickets instead.
Lyrics were from No woman no cry, by the 'Bob Dylan' of the Caribbean, Bob Marley!
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