Lyrics - It's hard to see when the smoke cloud's over your eyes
I'm guessing that not many will have heard these or know the artist, I discovered him before xmas and have his debut album which I'd highly recommend, you can watch some live performances on You Tube.
What: more turbo timeWhy: bike volume needed, weather nonconduciveLast hard: 19/1Last rest: 28/12
Yesterday's lyrics - Experiment IV by Kate Bush
Still waiting for anecdotes postie! Bad luck Dibs.
What: Hmmm. I think I might be working late. Hope a few miles
Why: Because I have bills to pay
Lyrics - No. Again. But at least this time, you gave me excuses in the OP.
morning all, lyric - ditto what NN saidwhat - very easy stuff - U11 coaching so will jog the easy bits with them, plus run to/from station but that's all.why - wooden legslast rest - Declast hard - yesterday's 'recovery' as it turned out. Came out at 7.6m on map my run, which I take to be +/- .1 or .2 correct. Took 58.30 so a bit brisk for supposedly a 'easy recovery' run. Oops!Have a great day
run was nice last night and back was fine during run, its not fine now!
Emzap I have been to the doc and he gave me exercises which tbh I wasn't doing - I am now and I will at least give them a few days so I can see if they help - at the moment I suspe3ct maybe they make it worse before it improves?
dibs, what the heck is that about the exam? Sounds madness
lmh nice when you are flying at the end of a run!
mmmm nn re babies and beds, my daughter co slept cleo and now at age 2 she sleeps in her own bed and goes to bed no probs, think we have different ideas in the uk because of work etc. Obviously my daughter doesn't work so its a different story, but just putting it out there!
what: club session later
why: why not, back doesn't like doing nothing that's for sure
last hard: easy 3 miler last night
last easy: lots of it
have a good day all
oh alehouse and rfj, me too with the lbs....
For clarification... it was really a bit of a one off bringing her in - On that night I was just too knackered to deal with hanging around the cot or anything when she awoke, and she was in danger of waking the older one too. So took what, at that sleepy moment, felt like the easy option! That was the mistake - saved 10 minutes' comfort time, and ended up having a whole night of being kicked etc.
She's normally a little dream and sleeps just fine on her own... but if I was being really really honest, there is something lovely about having the little one in with us once in a while
Been up since 4.30 could not sleep so feeling a bit drained
Anyhow been for a run in my new shoes (Saucony Kinvara, purple - really bright)
Ooooh purple shoes Pammie - bet they made you go faster!
Wabo - best keep running from the sounds of it!
Are you doing VLM NN?
Another two hours on the turbo this morning. Felt vindicated in not going out when the heavy rain and hail passed through!
No rain here but was windy on the track
Run to track, 5 x 1km of 200m recovery - 4:01, 3;38, 3:56, 3:56, 3:54, not too bad, but hard as on own and had some blood tests too this morning, as saw the doc regarding my IBS issues
9m in total
hope those IBS issues settleI don't normally suffer from tummy upsets but my lunch disagreed with me today and just re-appeared nice 1k reps, RFJ. The second one seems a bit out of controlWabo: hope those back exercises helpdibs: bugger about the exam "good people fail" what's that supposed to mean. Doesn't really help, does it what: 5 easy mileswhy: 2 hard days in a rowlast hard: yesterdaylast rest: Mondaylyrics: no
Nice shoes Pamie!
"two vast and trunkless legs of stone... 'I am AF runner of runners: look upon my times ye speedy and despair!'...Nothing beside remains. Round the decay." apologies to shelly
Have a good one!
Chick - typo - should be 3:58 for the second one
I'd be delighted with those reps RFJ! Not sure when I will see a sub 4 again!
What: a gentle 30 mins jog (AF's words, not mine...I hate the word!)Why: too tired to run/too old to run/too heavy to run
Good to see you Pammie! Enjoy the new shoes! Didn't realise you old enough for purple..."When I am an old woman I shall wear purpleWith a red hat which doesn't go, and doesn't suit me.And I shall spend my pension on brandy and summer glovesAnd satin sandals, and say we've no money for butter..."
Anyone else notice that Zola Budd, now 47, was first female in one of the American marathons (Charlestown?) in just under 3 hours as part of her training for Comrades?
Lyrics: I wouldn't have thought so!
Edit: I shall delay my run for a while...a sudden white-out! Hope it is not the sign of things to come.
What: 6km easy (32 mins), off for a swim now
Why: Bath Half looming
Lyrics: No, but will be interested to see
Wabo- I know right! it gets worse, apparently I am in the top 5% of my year for clinical skill. I want to be a surgeon, so the uni knows I am a 'doer' rather than a 'thinker' (their words). SO, even though I am above average in all my exams, because I failed that one, they are hitting me hard with it.
Plan now is Cape Town from May 19th until July 15th. I think I will be there when it is winter... which sucks.. because I wanted some sun! Anyone know what Cape Town is like in the winter, please tell me it is better than the uk!
This is my favourite of his Dibs: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0nfkrFgtwI
Alehouse - but do your bits jiggle in the manner prescribed by AF to qualify as a jogger? We've had a fair bit of hail but no snow.
LMH- I like! Shall be heading onto my itunes for sure
Emzap- Not ideal.. but at least it is Cape Town, I need to get out of my self pity mode.
All going well, I shall then visit home (Darwin) to visit the fam
Glad to be of service Dibs - and to spread the word about him. I have the debut album and there's not a track I don't like. Give yourself a couple more days (basically you're mourning) then move on - you can't change what's happened but you can change what happens next.
What: 5.7 with group - quite fast as we had a visitor across from Stromness
why: turned into a bit of friendly rivalry/ pacing
last hard: last evening's meeting
last rest: Monday
Dibs illegitimi non carborundum (or such) - would be nice just to get it all behind you now, I'm sure
LM.H this is a family thread!
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