Lyrics - Know it sounds funny
Uhoh Donaldo - I do hope I haven't shared my germs
What: easy runWhy: my RHR is downLast hard: doing nothing for three daysLast rest: 23/10
Yesterday's lyrics were Patience by Guns n Roses
hiya, what - easy 4 mileswhy - recovery. Took youngest swim training yesterday and found myself with the best part of 2 hours to kill. So 10.25miles around town on teh quieter lanes, in 85 mins. Steady pace, and my longest midweek run in years.last hard - Tuesdaylast rest - Fridaylyric - think I dohave a super day
What: Work then RNLI course (but sleep would be nice.)Why: busy night on callPlane at 07:35 tomorrow morning ...
What: something gentle at gymWhy: legs generally feeling much better, but hip flexor/hammie still niggling so being extra careful (last time this happened I was out of action for months as I didn't take it easy for 1 week).Last hard: SundayLast rest: SaturdayLyrics: yes I think so, 2 versions of this if I'm not mistaken?
LMH how are you feelingOH enjoy the course. What's it in aid of (kayaking or are you thinking of becoming a volunteer?).
Apparently I'm going to get offered a full time job on Tuesday...fingers crossed.
Have a good one all.
dustin nice use of your time whilst youngest has swim training! like it
EMzap fingers crossed for you indeed
Feeling a bit nervous about Snowdonia now...
Oh emzap do be careful, I am sure you will
WHat tai chi and nothing else
why: I am being ultra careful and saving my legs until Saturday
last hard: last Saturday
last easy: all week
have a good day all
9 miles d&d with 5k in there at h/m target pace. I like that. Beginning to find my running legs.
I might even have half hour easy this evening - we'll see.
Fingers crossed emzap. I'm feeling much better thank you. I actually think that by being more sensible than usual I may have shortened the time I was ill - who would have thought it Just hope there's no adverse reaction to my run this morning.
Sounds as though you'll be catching up with your sleep on the train OH!
Getting excited Wabo?
Sounds as though it's coming together Paddy. Did you decide about IM next year?
Afternoon all. As a (long time ago) poster on here I just thought I'd pop in to say hi and to say that I finally managed to get through the sub-2:30 barrier at Amsterdam last Sunday
I do pop in for a look very occasionally and see that a lot of the posters I remember are still here, so hopefully you're all doing well!
Hi TT: well done in Amsterdam! I noted it on here the other day! Impressive. Now for sub 2:25!
What: 35-40 mins easyWhy: consistent consistency
Ale - Warning - Don't mention 2.25 to Tipp - I did once and just about survived))
well done tt
lmh, I am just a bit
lyrics yes btw
emzap - am already a volunteer as lifeboat doc (LMA). Was pressganged into service 25 years ago!
Well done ttLM.H that's the plan!
alehouse - indeed. It's there for the next time hopefully. I reckon the bit of wind on the day maybe cost me a minute and I very much kept the lid on up until 40km (only 8 of the 30 ahead of me closed the last 2.195km quicker (not that I was particularly quick, but it's all relative) and I even managed a flat-out sprint for 60-70m inside the last km to take another place - he was being stubborn and putting up a fight! ).
Paddy - it's all about the timing (No mentioning anything more than sub-2:25 though! ).
I bet you do know these really Alehouse.
Well done TT.
Hope you get a stress free, relaxing journey OH.
TT - that was inspirational running on Sunday, fully deserved as stated on FB, but massive well done again.
What - my tight for time run / speed session - 1k warm up then fast 5k (on a rolling route esp the 1st 2k (4:13, 4:05, 3:45, 3:50, 3:49) and 1k cool down...Why - off for massage in a bitLast hard - about an hour ago..(see above)Last rest - TuesTake care
LMH - I knew I'd get a virus from the computer one day!
Not feeling too bad at all today although my throat has gone a bit sore tonight again - maybe just evening throat.
4 miles earlier in around 29 minutes. Legs awfy tired. National XC Relays on Saturday, should be a blast - 2.5 miles of all-out effort!
Lyrics, most definitely yes.
What: 40 mins. 7.25k, with the middle 5k slightly faster than normal.Why: probably because I was on the roads, rather than off.
Don: used to love that sort of length relay, even though it is pain for most of the way round! Soon over though!
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