Lyrics. Hello. How are you?
What: a few miles laterWhy: keeping it short and sweetLast Hard ThursdayLyrics Guess what i was watching last night
Have a great day
What: 5kWhy: It's international parkrun day!
Hi Clag - long time no see - how are things?
Happy Anniversary RFJ.
Great swimming Paddy - what do you put the improvement down to? Sorry to hear about the return of the PITA.
Woken by a coughing fit and my peak flow is down on yesterday so my return is not yet imminent.
What: nil, nada, nothingWhy: immune system says 'no'Last hard: breathing is getting harderLast rest: 5/10
Lyrics - not sure I do.
I was going to try and start the thread with a lovey dovey song.... but was flat out when Pammie posted anyway.....
yeap 22 years today with the lovely Mrs RFJ
So shes going to the gym and i'm of to parkrun....
What: parkrun/relaysWhy: watch/marshallLyrics: think so, but not 100% confident
Yesterdays lyrics: 'Sound of silence;' by Simon and Garfunkel. Easy as most of you got them
Wow how busy is it on here already
Todays : Think so.
Lovely sunny/cold autumnal day up here. Just walked Geordie for 1.5 hrs. He's happily tired.
Hope you all have good park runs/races etc.
Clag and Georgina: Good to have you with us.
RFJ: Great how you and Mrs RFJ are celebrating this morning
Younger sons footie game for today has been postponed ! Dunno why !!
Be back later.
Forgot to say
Tom: That was really sound advice to LMH yesterday re last 2 weeks into race..
LMH I can work from anywhere so Spain / UK makes no odds to me, but kids still at school so can spend all summer in Spain but not all year but when they have flown
What desert Run 10k this morning first 10K without a swim and a cycle in front of it for over a year, 42-24 on a warm (30C +) morning. 27th Overall and 1st M50, nice cup!
Why: Time to become a runner again.
Last Hard: wasn't that I finished knowing that I could have gone harder / faster
Last Rest: 9 days.
have fun out there
Sounds great DD - the job flexibility, your 10k time, the warmth.........
DD: The job sounds good. Well done on the 10k
yo gang! Sorry I dropped off the radar. Was really swamped at work and just about managed to keep up to speed with the sub 3:30 thread. Just a quick post to say I am alive, albeit going slightly taper-mad.
DD: I congratulated you on the other thread but it never hurts to see another well done, so here it is RFJ: happy anniversary LMH: that doesn't sound good ...hello Clag & georgina what: a little shake out those legs run laterwhy: there's this 26.2 mile jog around Bremen tomorrow ...last rest: yesterdaylast hard: taperinglyrics: I think so but not 100% certain
Hello ClagChickadee Nice to see youDD Well done on the swimless-Bikeless 10km
Chick: All the best for tomorrow.
You've made it through the taper chickadeee now all you have to do is go and nail that sub 3.30! Go girl!
Tom - a stress fracture sounds most unlikely with the intermediate lack of pain. If it is Morton's Neuroma then you need to address the cause and stop it's progress asap. Hope the shoe experiment works.
Lovely day for running - or even cycling - here
What: Swim at YesnabyWhy: Don't have to run this weekendLast rest: yesterdayLast Hard: 30 SeptemberLyrics:No
LMH Tom Oh DearChickadee - good speed for tomorrow
7 miles on TM d&d. stayed on TM in case things went pear shaped.
LMH - Taper madness. Hope hings are good next week!!!.
LMH - Regarding Swimming - I put the improvement down to a few things:
1) A lesson. I had one and listened and implemented!!! technique is King
2) Training - self explanatory
3) Dont laugh - A new pair of swimming shorts!!
Chick - enjoy tomorrow (at least the first 20 miles and the beer afterwards) good luck
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