Lyrics - He said I'm going to have a bed with lots of pillows
I knew that your op was upcoming too Alehouse - you're never far from my thoughts.
What: swim am/easy run pmWhy: supposed to be tri trainingLast hard: running in the head wind wasn't hard - and won't be todayLast rest: 25/1
Yesterday's lyrics were Not The Doctor by Alanis Morissette
Yes, where's Birks?!
5.30 pre-op this evening, which is hopefully a formaility, but you never know. All being well I will then have a slow "long" run of 22 minutes or more. And all being well the first part of the op is Tuesday (5th) where they put me out and take measurements of the prostate and decide where they are to put the radioactive seeds. Those go in on the 15th. And thanks for all your thoughts.
Morning peeps... just popping in to see if you were hiding Birky. He's missing from our SOC thread too. Hope he is OK.
Take it easy out there.............
Morning (and hello PSC)
Yes where is birks, hope its just internet problems
Stickless Ahh my run walk Because my running took a nose dive in nov and December and part of this month due to work its what i do whenever i take a break from running gets me back running longer distaces quicker pinching a few ideas from the old coach Van Aaken
and i somehow entered Hastins half on 24th March so i need to up the distance.
How is yourself these days?
Nothing for me tody going to sleep ad LMH hope the weather calms then when i have to cycle to work this evening
morning all,hope all goes well ale, with the upcoming bits and bobs...Donaldo - yikes, is that cold air and driving rain good at numbing pain?What - either 10 or 11 miles on road (easy), or 9 or 10 on grass (sticky)Why - eldest has hockey (8:15-10:00pm), and have time to kill. Grassy run will depend on peripheral lighting (multi loops - 5 circuits - of the sports complex). last rest - sundaylast hard - Tuesdaylyric - not a scoobyhave a great day
alehouse, hope all goes well for you
I actually managed my 13 miles last night, felt so tired and sick after but fine today!
why: let legs rest
last easy: tuesday
have agood un
Hope it all goes as well as possible Alehouse.
Well done on the evening LSR Wabo.
Hope it's less windy for you this evening Pammie.
Well, still windy here and the run wasn't easy in any respect but I feel better for it.
Good luck Alehouse and well done on the long run!
Wabo - 13 miles - great stuff!
What: 4 miles Cornwall Park - very hot.
no posts yesterday as went to London after work to wach Fulham ( a rare treat for me)
5.35m and 1.63m yesterday easy runs
5.25m with some sharpening up for Sundays race on the IOW (Ryde 10m)
213m for the month, very happy with that and a good solid start to Marathon Training
Take care all
Evening, and good luck to ALehouse.
The only running I did yesterday was running around like a headless chicken.
Today, managed to get a swim done, the usual 64length mile. Double clicked the watch at the start, so missed the first 16 split. After my wettie experience, I decided that I had to work on getting my legs up. I tried hard to focus on this and got foot cramps a few times for my efforts. Times wise, I suppose that it was exactly the same as usual!
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