Lyrics: Got bottle, I'm going to use itIntention, I feel inventive
DIY: has to be done. Unfortunately haven't worked for the last six weeks, so no pay...hence the lyrics (title is in the first line, so you get lines 2 and 3!). LMH: felt quite confident on the stepladder!
What: seeing physio, so nothing until I get her adviceWhy: Achilles rehab
Blisters: would love to do a session that's too easy. Or, indeed, any session.
Paddy: good to see you, its not just swimming you never have a bike with you when travelling either.
Tom: On the commitee, it took me years to get off the damn thing
NZC: Yesterday was a fairly idylic bike ride, enjoy the Garmin. I run way faster in races.
AH: DIY............. argh thats time which could be spent sleeping!
OH: Hope your recruit is happy
last Nights 6 x 800 of 1 minute recoveries went 3.03 / 2.58/ 2.59 / 2.57 / 2.57/ 2.58 followed up by 4 x200 off 30 secs 42,42,41,38, nice and steady but annoyed by that first 800.
What: 2K swim setwhy: easy day as racing tomorrow.Last Hard: last nightLast Rest: Thursday
What Doing nothing today.
Why Work dominating at the moment.
Lyrics - No again (must be on the trot now).
No time for chat. Have a great day everyone.
Morning from a very cold and frosty West of Scotland.
Yesterdays lyrics: 'Addicted to love' by Robery Palmer. Great video
Nice to have you back Paddy- hope you'll stick around and soon be fixed.
OH - good news. Hope they can start soon and take some of the pressure off.
RW - shame when that happens but guess it's inevitable at times. I'm certainly feeling an adverse impact from the extra hours I'm working at the moment.
Alehouse - I thought you were retired
What: swim setWhy: I need to at last not lose any moreLast hard: 17/11Last rest: 23/11
Lyrics - no.
morning all,nice session DD, first one a loosener??wabo - nice result, isn't Bale happy just to score at one end?what - 6 steady lunchtimewhy - xc on saturdaylast rest - yesterdaylast hard - tuesdaylyric - not sure...
What: run with JS groupWhy:it's ThursdayLast rest: technically yesterday but I was knackered long before bedtimeLyrics: no
New recruit not free to start for 3 months and another will have left in that time so no respite just yet.
What - nothing as attending Posh 'Do' tonight.
Last night though, 4.5 miles with some fartlek intervals.
next run, parkrun on Saturday, then 7 miles with hills on Monday
Lyrics - yes, one of my fav groups!
Nzc I have often wondered when new runners come along and say they run such and such how thye know! My garmin has helped me judge distances quite well, Love it I do!
Alehouse I did enjoy spurs!
Chickadee hope you are not on the bench too long
sweep take care of the knee
I sort of may know these lyrics, not sure..
dustin lol, poor bale it hit him straight in the moosh!
birkmyre well yes you would like that video!
mm ooh enjoy the do!
paddy nice to see you back
what: short run later
why: going out for a pie so not much time
last hard: yesterday am
last easy monday
have agood day all
Wabo enjoy the pie
I thought i didn't know lyrics in the small wee hours this morning but googled and yes love this singer Class
Short cycle route this morning
5km tomorrow will be interesting But no work till Sunday
Mybe a run later a little run
Physio report: was pleased with progress. One of the main limiting factors is scar tissue, which she worked on. Further exercises prescribed, and back a week tomorrow.
Enjoy LFoM, Pammie.
Pie sounds exciting, Wabo! Not too much now!
Re lyrics: saw this band in the Norbreck Castle Hotel in Blackpool, with probably no more than 200 people there. This was 1979, and they played today's number: it wasn't released until 1980, though. It was quite catchy and the guy I went with later asked for it in some record shop or other but was told it didn't exist! The week or so before we had seen Adam and the Ants, who at the time were a punk band: we left as there was quite a bit of trouble.
this pie I am going to have is the best, its a steak pie and just yum.
Ok alehouse, I wont eat all the potatoes but must have all my pie!
ooh I did know t he lyrics!
Wabo: sadly I can't afford a posh pie, hence the lyrics (well, not quite true...get my pension tomorrow!). LMH: whilst I have retired, I was working 3 or so days most weeks up until my Achilles op. Meant to ask phys if I am up to doing a couple of days a week up to Christmas: would take my mind off things and relieve the boredom!
Wabo - in my previous running life, I knew exactly how fast I was running. Now it is much more difficult. Of course we all like to think we are running better than we are.
I love pies too.
What: warmup with a few strides, 4 x 400m with 400m recovery and short warm down. This I tried to programme into my garmin. Realised that the lap recovery was recording as if it was my interval, so tried to change it, but I only got 2 of the intervals that made much sense. 1.46 and 1.43, so I'll have another go next week, and see if I can get it right.
I wasn't feeling that great - think my back or neck is out, so think I need a visit to the chiro.
7 icy miles tonight
Go ahead for 4 day week as from 1 April
AH when I was off due to my #clavicle/ribs I spent a lot of time looking at DIY needing to be done. Needless to say precious little of it got done. Whern I was fit there was no time again
Excellent OH - are you and your partners still recruiting then with another one on their way out and you going part time?
AH - I hope you get the o ahead for a couple of days a week to keep you entertained. Mind you, not long until the xmas break now - thankfully!
NZC - you're more technologically advanced than me - I've never even tried to programme intervals or any other workout - just record speed, distance and HR.
All this talk of pies made me change my dinner plans
Lyrics, yes, instantly. Adam and the Ants? You're right, they did get a lot of production polish and were the representatives of that unusual crossover between raw punk and 80s stylised stuff. Listen carefully to the hammering of both the drummers on a proper stereo and it's mind blowing. I think that the feedback I got from fellow 6th formers about live punk gigs frightened me away from going to gigs. It was pretty raw and vicious then, not exactly a gentle start to live music. If you turned up you might end up with an ear piercing by safety pin in the mosh pit. Dress code was bin bag only (optional). Nowadays I listen to some of the stuff and there was a lot of raw talent about.
Training? er. Rest day? I sent my large daughter to swim a mile or so, hard. Small is complaining about too much Wii, but it's probably the jabs. Hope is for a long-ish one tomorrow, many other time constraints permitting.
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