Todays lyrics:All your dreams are madeWhen you're chained to the mirror of your razor blade
Why: Habit as you all know.
LMH: I remember 'Minks easy'. Wonder how Minx is doing these days ?. She used to post on here a few years ago.
I commute by bus 35mins to/from work so read on those journeys
ale: No thanks re that book
Coffee time now.
Ah Minks one of the many to pass through this thread, a long and distinguished list.
Last nights 1K reps off 1 minute recoveries were all in the 3-40 to 3-50 bracket which is about as good as it gets.
What: NowtWhy: Long way to ride tomorrow, however our resident lady ultra nutter is running the full 220K which puts my efforts into perspective.Last Hard: Last night and in the pool yestreday lunchtimeLast Rest: 11/11
Morning sweep and DD
MissB is getting Jess Ennis book for her Christmas.
Blisters -Two possibilities - you miscounted or you were more tired for this swim, or of course a combination of them both? Ten minutes is quite a lot to 'lose' over that distance.
DD - enjoy tomorrow's ride.
Unfortunately I can't read on a bus or in a car though I am fine on a train.
What: nothingWhy: smt after workLast hard: 21/10Last rest: 4/11
Lyrics - no.
hello all...ah yes , Minks if you're lurking pop in and say hello!Reading - hmm those that don't get time are possibly non commuters (or driving commuters)I have 2hrs+ a day at SouthWestTrains' pleasure, so its newspaper/book/sleepwhat - 6 or 7 easy, eldest has ladies hockey training tonight and I have 75minutes to killwhy - rested yesterday as legs achey last rest -- erm, yesterdaylast hard - tuesdaylyric - yes indeedy
Lyrics: YesWhat: Spin Class tonightWhy: Tapering for SaturdayLast hard: Yesterday sadlyLast rest: Last ThursdayHurting everywhere today and it seems like a mountain to climb to get back to where i want/need to be. I've got two Murakami books because more than one person leved me last Christmas so if anyone wantsAlehouse, cracking effort, well done!Blisters: Where is the answer?
good luck with the interviw GG!I can't read in the car either ... but that's because I'm driving . I know women are supposed to be able to multi-task but I've yet to master this one ...A lot of Murakami books going ... My colleague is really into Murakami as an author but even she didn't get into the running book. what: speedwork laterwhy: freezing fog this morning meant I missed by run. Cold air + hard running = asthma attack last hard: that'll be tonight thenlast rest: 17/11lyrics: ring a bell, I think I know the tune
What: Short run with JS group shortlyWhy: It's ThursdayLast Hard: MondayLast rest: TodayLyrics: No
I read a few books but yet to read a book about running/runnersNot a commuter - drove 70 miles to work over M62 for 6 months of my life - never again! Now live 5 min walk away from work but usually drive as I need the car.
AH well done - assumng 1.5h recovery was in the middle and included rehydration!StrayCelt - all the best for SaturdayGGG good luck
OH: indeed, rehydration was involved! You seem to have made a good recovery!
Glad you're feeling well enough to run OH.
GGG - fingers crossed. When do you find out?
See you Saturday Straycelt!
Tom - take it easy!
LMHThere will be three of us lurking at the back, A scotsman, an Englishman and an Indian. I'll be the one ion the Macmillan t-shirt and Buff sporting the ginger and white Movember moustache Do come and say hello!
Sorry been a frqantic day well not frantic just busy. Bike came a cropper cycle home this morn in the fog but can't blame The Fog (now thats a good book) not sure whats wrong brain didn't take it in but something to do with the front gear, derailler (sp!)) wear and tear or summat felt like bike was dragging somehow managed to cycle to shop don't know how or if it was wise shop is 2 miles away sorry a bit me me and i guess i should know more about bike mechanics
Books love them just don't seem to have the time nowadays i have started so many just don't seem to finish them. Can't remember if its on the list but i like Why Die by Graeme Sims. Its all about Percy Cerutty who seemed an interesting man and i wonder what it was like to be coached by him
Also the famous Yellow book. The Van Aaken method (English version) By the man himself Dr Ernst Van Aaken. The original German Version is supposedly longer
I also have Marathon Training by Manfred Steffny its in German apparently not in English print i don't speak German just know the odd words. Perhaps i should learn so i can read the thing
Have so many others
LMH the other nights shift was just normal not getting chaotic yet just changing the promotional offers
What: 2 miles cycling 8 miles walking - i jest notWhy: as above things to do people to seeLast Hard: Todays cycleLyrics no
Good to survive with no mishaps OH. Tnx for good wishes.GG hope i'view a success. Back from spin, hot and sweaty. Must balance out with a good beer and a curry. Ideal race prep
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