Lyrics - All I got to hold is a telephone
Happy Birthday to Miss Blisters.
Hope the test run goes ok RFJ.
Ginger is also good for the cold OH so you have a couple of excuses
What: LSRWhy: work interfered on ThursdayLast hard: still that rest dayLast rest: 20/3
Have a good weekend all.
Off to work soon
Cold and frosty one here today
Have a good one
Chilly here, too.
What: around an hour in about an hourWhy: what Saturday morning is for
Why couldn't run yesterday
OH loved the stool chart cake.
Blisters are you looking for a job at the charm City bakery?
Have been rather busy the last couple of days though managed 8 with club Thursday night, missed yesterday and ran 10 with 3 at mp this morning instead.
What: breakfast in Dunblane (waves to donaldo)
why: heading for Callander and Loch Katrine ...
Last rest: last 2 days
lyrics as usual, no
cold feeling a lot better today
What? Young teenage girl party. Training will be a bonus. Last hard?Can't remember. Being disappointed abpout my 3 mile race pace I suppose.Last rest?I'm always bl**dy resting, and not doing enough training.Next race?Something tin pot I suppose.Last purchase?Noooo Shoooos on the way.
Morning all.... as I jump round the room being happy.....
A nice warm up and then a planned plod round parkrun.... didn't really end up as a plod, with a 7:24, 7:09, 7:02 and .45 for 22:20, with no issues and NO pain.... nice bath had and no reaction yet.... so hopefully a wise week off has done the trick.
Dont need to worry about the shoes I got two pairs of Pegasus round Christmas time, 1 pair as a present and the other on offer....
Have a great day all...... now just need FFC to beat City.... we have done it before - Believe...... (or miss-guided allegiances)
What: 10.31k, mixture of road and not, and a mixture of alone and in companyWhy: L63 did the middle 6k with me, with no issues. Although there were issues: the weather. Icy cold wind in the face for the first 20 mins or so...and then the wind turned, bringing with it rain and then sleet for the last 20 mins.
Good news, RFJ.
Shoes: I am told I have too many pairs. Trying not to buy any for a while. But do need to treat myself to a new Garmin.
Hey OH, if I'd known you were coming I'd have baked a cake.... All the best for Loch Katrine, make sure you stay warm!
Falkirk parkrun this morning. Have done this event several times since October, all between 19:09 and 19:25 so was really pleased to finish this tougher-than-your-average-parkrun in 18:44, slicing 25 secs off my best course time. Big field this morning, very cold too with frost about. Particularly pleased with pacing today.
Had a 2 mile warm up and 3 down so plenty of miles banked.
Good news about the calf RFJ.
Nice parkrunning Donaldo.
I found some of that wind just after the half way point on my run Alehouse and it was hard work. Fortunately the forecast rain held off and no hail!
Race pace chickadee? However fast you can go on the day!
Another 20 miles here - fastest of the campaign despite the miles into the headwind and my highest ever mileage week by some way.
Nice running allWhat: Not a LotWhy: LurgyLast Hard: WednesdayLast Rest: OngoingAaaaaarrrggghhh!
Wee walk along bit of GO33 route just to stretch the legs preceded by giant meringues at Mhor 84. Lovely day here and good forecast for tomorrow ...
another good long run LM.H
All the best for the morn, chickadee
nice PCB donaldo (you'd have been at Falkirk as we arrived for breakfast)
Els was worried that I'd plotted to slip in a park run at Perth on route
Better weather up north Alehouse.
My shoe collection has mushroomed since I started running (have only brough 4 pairs of trainers away with me )
good to get your 10 in PP
Enjoy tomorrow, OH. Everywhere was white for a while this pm! Hoping to watch Wilmslow half tomorrow...may be a change of plan as the weather plans to give us more of the same!
Well done Don!
What: No exercise, lots of cake + crying
Why: All medics finished and leaving Bristol.. I hate goodbyes!
My best friend is going home to Malaysia, it was really hard to see her off. I will see her graduation time in July though, which is something to look forward to.
Proper full time training begins from now, need to sort out a program. Thinking of entering another HM soon as well.
p.s I have been looking at tri programs again. I found a sprint tri plan online, but it doesn't look very challenging. I know the general is 'swim some, bike some, run some' but I was wondering how many times and how intense sessions should be?
I did manage to get a bit of biking in. 24 miles up the hills. Nice outing, used every gear. Got clothing right, and not too wet.
Dibs, I didn't know you were in Brizzle! I'm only up the road, and often work down that way. A sprint tri isn't too challenging if your only aim is to finish. They are terribly friendly affairs, and 90% are there for the fun of it. Training for that event should include proving to yourself that you can swim 400m, bike 20k, run 3k in advance of the day. Interestingly quite a few people still can't run the whole way. Of course, if you intend to compete, then it gets a whole shed load more serious.Oly distance and HIM are more fun on the basis that the transitions are a smaller percentage of the whole race time, 3 wasted minutes equates to half a mile of running, or a whole mile on the bike. The longer the race, the more that base fitness becomes important. Personally, I'd suggest the traditional approach. Identify which of the three sports you enjoy the most, and which one you have the best natural talent (probably the same one). Focus on that and become the best you can be. Treat Tri as a bit of fun. Running is the cheapest sport, despite the cost of trainers, Garmins, race fees. It costs money to train for swimming. Bikes are just a money pit. Triathlon race entry fees make your eyes bleed.Tewkesbury Half marathon in May is a nice event. Hogweed trotters run some fantastic club level races in Yate. Open water swimming at Bristol Open Water near the m4/m5 interchange is two degrees warmer than the Cotswold lakes. Wait a couple of months unless you are seriously hard.
It's a great course, really enjoyable challenge. Let me know if you are ever in the area and fancy a run.
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