off for a slow Parkrun before Eatleigh 10k tomorrow, all the family involved except the daughter who goes back to uni for a shift at the hospital later.
Sounds like a nice family outing planned there RFJ. Is daughter is nurse training?
Alehouse - glad to hear that breathing, at least, has improved.
What: short, easy, run.Why: it's nearly a rest day.Last hard: 22/1Last rest: 3/3
Lyrics - no.
Yesterdays Lyrics:'Radio GaGa by Queen from the mid 1980s
What: Run later
Why: Things to do.
Have a good one, if you can
Thank you for the pilates advice, will sign up for the session next week and see how it goes.
Rest day yesterday...was hoping to swim today but the pool on the caravan site is not open So may run today instead of tomorrow...depends what the wife and kids want to do when they get back from horse riding. At least I havehad a run every other day since last Sunday...so 3 runs in the last week and a swim. They may not have been very far but it all counts and I'd better lose some weight this week!
What: maybe a 3.5 mile run laterWhy: Trying to get a routineLast hard: ?Last rest: yesterdayLyrics: I think so, but not entirely sure
Have a great weekend all
Nice running Paddy
LMH - Adult Nursing with a preference towards pallative care, at present
Jnr is likely to get a good time tomorrow if he can keep his head in place, he had a 19:26 2 weeks ago over 5K, I will be happy with anything near to 42:30 and that will be hard....
Lovely parkrun with Mrs RFJ this morning, jrn a few mins ahead of us, but all nicely prepared for tomorrow.
Sounds like a good family day out RFJ.
Stickless - the Madopar seems to be making a world of difference to you. It's great that you can experiment with and adjust the dose so much too.
Paddy - I won't be going as far tomorrow but hope to feel as good! Not so atthe moment though, think it's just cumulative fatigue as I remember saying last week that I'd rather run the 20 and then lose a couple of days to illness than not run the 20, feeling on the edge of unwell again today - despite just a 30 minute run. I'm hoping that turning my head round and going out with no more intent than bimbling round comfortably will at least get me my 20 miles in the three hours coach has allowed.
Alehouse - we didn't warm up until afetr lunch - very foggy this morning.
Hope the scales are kind Alex - when is weigh in day?
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