Saturday session (24/8)

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24/08/2002 at 00:15
Best get this in now before retiring as I won't be around much later today....

what: zilch (or close to)
why: Lytham 2nd XI v Caldy 2nd XI - and we need to get to and from Lytham on the nice quiet M6 & M55 :-(
last hard day: Fri
last rest day: Wed 14/8
24/08/2002 at 08:57
Bl**dy h*ll! The lengths people will go to so that they can beat Martin with his time-zone advantage!

Today: Three mile recovery ru...umm, walk.

Why: A couple of (reassuring symmetrical) aching muscles after yesterday's intervals. And it's all I'm likely to have time for today.

Next week: A mountain or two, I hope. Taking running shoes as well.

Last hard day: yesterday.

Last rest day: Thursday.

See y'awl next weekend.
24/08/2002 at 09:07
Mike, was it you who cut your run short to have time to go to Safeways? Respect!
Hope you have a good holiday Vrap, and get up plenty of mountains with or without your brood.

What: 6 miles easy
Why: that's all I'm doing until 1/2 m on Monday.
Last rest: yesterday
Last hard: Tues
24/08/2002 at 09:10
What: 5.4 mile recovery pace + weights
Why: Easy run today before long run tomorrow
Last rest day: Monday
Last hard day: Thursday
24/08/2002 at 12:37
What: 32 mile bike
Why: Saturday bike session
Last hard run: Thursday
Last rest day: Friday

Got out with a chap from the run club and alternated leading and drafting the entire route which got us round with a 20.5 mph average. I'm hoping we can get a couple more out then I think we'll be looking at the right side of a 21 mph average. Great fun and definitely easier than riding the same route solo at 19.5 mph average.

mm
24/08/2002 at 13:21
What: Saturday long run 2:45
Why: key marathon build up
Rest: Yesterday
Hard: Today

Once again feeling self righteous having got out the house at 7:30. Think this will be my longest run though as really tired towards the end.
24/08/2002 at 14:26
What: nowt (well maybe a leisurely dog walk later)
Why: I'm fed up being sore all the time and decided to take 2 days' rest this week and see if that repairs me!
Last rest day: yesterday
Last hard day: Thursday
24/08/2002 at 20:23
What: am easy 8 mile, recce run for 'The Christmas Cracker' 5 mile road race I'm organising for boxing day in Whitstable, Kent [quick plug again!]I've ironed out the hills for this year i.e it's very flat & fast. Last year I managed to help organise & finish 4th. I hope to improve both this year but the race will come first!!!

What: pm 6 miles fast knocked nearly a minute of previous best time for route.
Thing's look good for Portsmouth 10 & Bristol 1/2.

Martin H
what marathon are you doing & good luck

Fiona G
Ginger is suposed to be an anti-inflamatery [spelt wrong I think]
Arnica is good for sore muscles, try asking your local health food shop.
These may work! hope your running soon.
24/08/2002 at 21:06
What: 20 minutes cross training, followed by weightlifting in the gym: chest press, lats, flies, pulley row, shoulder press, then a short 4k run in which I monitored my running form closely.

Why: needed an all-over workout, and was also keen to see what I might do to improve my form. The awareness itself was helpful; the more I concentrated on keeping a stable yet relaxed core, using my arms efficiently, and keeping mindful of footstrike and breathing, the easier it felt to run, even as I progressively pushed the pace. Interesting!
WildWill    pirate
24/08/2002 at 21:53
What: Nothing
Why: I've got a hangover and I'm racing tommorow

Will

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