Over 60s training.

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30/01/2007 at 16:07
Ceal

yup - tough session but good times on uncertain footing.

he works you very hard!:-))

How did you rlegs feel after Sunday's exertions?

don't think I will get a 20 miler in this evening:-))
30/01/2007 at 16:33
TS
:-))

legs felt fine until the last 2 reps, I would have liked the 5th one to have been the last!!!!!
30/01/2007 at 16:40
Ceal
A very good training session. I've heard the name Chris Bolt.

My trail shoes have a number of lugs made of very soft rubber for just such surfaces.


Just been looking at a gardening catalogue which has an advert for a "stainless steel lawn rake made of lightweight aluminium."
JJ
30/01/2007 at 16:40
Ceal
A very good training session. I've heard the name Chris Bolt.

My trail shoes have a number of lugs made of very soft rubber for just such surfaces.


Just been looking at a gardening catalogue which has an advert for a "stainless steel lawn rake made of lightweight aluminium."
JJ
30/01/2007 at 16:56
JJ
tee hhee to the catalogue words!!!!


You got a stutter again.

Yes one of the runners had such shoes, but he said unless one runs one's toes then one could get in trouble. NOt sure why though.
aws
30/01/2007 at 17:08
Spudlington
That cemetery that welcomes runners - would that be those that run themselves to death? Could be a buy line: "Run yourself into the ground here".
Others spring to mind: "Laugh Death in the face with us." "Extra helpings to eat yourself to death." "Don't work yourself to death, lie down here until the urge wears off." "Bury one and inter one free."
aws
aws
30/01/2007 at 17:11
JJ
What other sort of aluminium is there?
aws
30/01/2007 at 17:23
Ceal

Today at Pilate we laid on those long rolls. More practice needed there. Last class next week, then new course starts after half term.

I think you deserve to put your feet up after all that fast running.
30/01/2007 at 17:24
aws
There's the stainless steel sort.
Obviously.
JJ
30/01/2007 at 17:27
TS
I refuse to encourage such apalling puns by even grinning slightly.
JJ
30/01/2007 at 17:37
In my experience it's more likely to be "You're not coming in here with those filthy trainers on".

Does the cemetery give a discount if you dig your own?
JJ
30/01/2007 at 17:52
aws

>groan< :-)

30/01/2007 at 17:52
aws

>groan< :-)

30/01/2007 at 18:23
aws
You may have mail.
JJ
30/01/2007 at 18:55
Been to Gym for easy 5k recovery run.

This has involved 2 washing machines loads, 2 showers, 1 bath (for relaxation), and my hair, don't go there:-))


JJ
it's the Drama tonight. Can you remember what happened last week?
30/01/2007 at 18:59
Aws, ROFLMAO!!!

They are great!!!

*Off to print Aws post.*
30/01/2007 at 19:08
Ceal
Five Days?

'ermm, can't remember much. The Macedonian flower seller's body was found in the woods. A few days before she died Leanne had bought a single ticket to France where her ex lives.

The ex and the eldest daughter fetched up back in the UK. I think this was at the behest of the main policeman but I could be wrong on that one.
JJ
30/01/2007 at 19:09
Saw a car today with reg number A 8ERK.
JJ
30/01/2007 at 22:42
Ceal
Who dunnit then?

I've come to two conclusions. The first is that we are going to discover that Leanne was not a nice person and the second is that Matt's ex-army friend who has so far been flitting in and out of the play has a bigger role in what's happenned.
JJ
aws
31/01/2007 at 00:25
JJ
No mail, no femail, no email.
aws
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