Dance to the beat of the livin dead Lose sleep baby and stay away from bed
What 10ish Why Tapered LSR
Ran without closk watching so was probably a bit fast for sensible 10.39m @ 6:37 av.
Sounds like youre in good fettle Postie
Yesterdays words were Tour de France by Kraftwerk - It came to mind as i was contemplating my long spin, although I was more expecting the Hell of the North
6 to 8 miles later
Just popping in quickly as entertaining the in-laws. Don't seem to have any ill effects from yesterday's run which is good but am being cautious so will rest today - well, if you can count a day out shopping with the MiL as rest.
What: nothingWhy: see aboveLast hard: seeing the number on the scales this morningLast rest: 12/4
Lyrics - no sure that I do.
I don't want to be carrying around any more than I have to OH!
Same as postie.... 10.41m in 80 mins...
Feeling good, just want next week to come....
morning allnot sure what happened but had planned a steady 2hrs/15-16 miler...went to bed after MotD and woke up an hour later, throwing up & diarrohea for the next 3-4 hours. Don't think its something I ate, as we just had salad / cooked meats for tea, and rest of the family OK. Feel like death warmed up now, so may go back to bed...Annoying to say the least.
Hope it goes as quickly as it came, Dustin.
What: 5 mins/stretch/18 mins slow struggle on mixed surfacesWhy: legs are still feeling batered from Friday's QofP, plus the wind was sufficently hard to be blowing tables and chairs from outside a coffee shop into the road.
Dustin: sounds very much like norovirus ... family will probably be next. Hope it's the "light" 24 hour version ...nice quick running postie & RFJ.what: 13.1 easy mileswhy: final long run before jogging round Hamburg for 26.2 next weeklast hard: Tuesdaylast rest: Thursdaylycis:no
Hope it goes as quickly as it came Dustin - lots of hand washing.
chickadeee - that's a long run a week before your marathon.
Alehouse - equally windy here.
8 miles this morning around the streets of Liverpool, well technically around the streets of Hale and then onto the 'Trans Penine Trail' which was quite nice! Went fast despite the early hour and the wind, felt good.
donaldo Have the avenues of Hale now been usurped by merseyside?
Sun came out later today but accompanied by stiff wind.
OH: it is a different Hale...mind you if Don had continued on the Trans Pennine Trail he would have passed the end of my road and ended up in HM!
OH - ye, this Hale is next to Speke in Liverpool - my relatives live in Speke and recommended I run somewhere nice and rural.
alehouse - looks like a good trail, do you use it for training?
Don: the TPTrail is quite varied. The part I use is actually on the banks of the Mersey, in the main, so I was running on it well before it became an official route! Whilst I live on the edge of the big city I go to the end of my road and it is "nice and rural", which is why I bought the house 30 years ago and have never moved!
postie mine was an easy 10, not as fast as yours though
dustin hope that passes quick, I know a few people who have had that recently
rfj I just want next week here too, nice nd cool and not like today
what@ 10 miles in 1.40,bit warm for my liking
last hard: some of today yet now I dont even feel like I ran 10 miles, thats nice
last easy: yesterday
oh I was on bbc london chatting to jenni barnett today, how mad! I text I was doing vlm and my daughters coming home from peru, its number 10 etc etc nd they rang and said did I want to talk live to Jenni! I was like a crazy woman, have listened to it and I sound mad!
Wabo - congrats on the interview - very exciting. Your training has been going well.
Dustin - hope you are feeling better soon.
Chickadee - good luck for your marathon - you have done some high quality training.
Postie - you are very quick.
Little Miss Happy - hope you come up nicely for the big day.
What: Stacking firewood. Yesterday 29km hilly.
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