Todays lyrics:It's a long time since I saw you
Yesterdays lyrics: 'Never say goodbye' by Bon Jovi
What:5M Fartlek done.
Lots again to catch up on
Brekkie calling to.
Why: need to. Cold when out so wore gloves for 1st time this autumn.
Birkmyre: Gloves? Better buy some before I head back Blighty way
LMH: Yep the last season of warm weather racing......... unless I spend more time in my house in Spain than the one in the UK. Hope your feeling OK today
Tom: Nine years sounds like a long time fro a set of Orthotics.
Ale: Good luck on all fronts
Last night was 12 x 400 off 1 minute recoveries, averaged around 88 secs an interval, which whilst 8 -10 seconds quicker than I was in August still represents a loss of 4 -5 seconds on February, work to be done.
What: 2K swim set at lunch, 6K recovery jog tonightWhy: Race seasonLast Hard: Last nightLast rest: 7 days.
Morning DD: Yeah cold out up here in this part of Blighty this morning !
DD - will the new working arrangement allow for lots of time in Spain?
Blisters - I'll be sure to ask your expected time of arrival if we're likely to be parking at the same race
Alehouse - don't worry about the PSA, if it is something, they're on to it, if it's not then you'll be wasting your worrying. Was your surgeon confident of a good outcome from the operation? If so then all you can do is your best with the rehab (which you will), follow instructions (i.e. not try to do too much too soon) and hope that it's not a long winded process whilst knowing that even if it is at least you're on the road to recovery.
No excess or new aches and pains today but my throat is still bad, if not worse again, and RHR is up again so I guess I'm going to have to listen.
What: nothingWhy: beating my body into submission hasn't worked this timeLast hard: being beaten by my immune systemLast rest: 3/10
Lyrics - I believe I do.
What: Spin class lunchtime and swimming class tonight.Why: First day since race that i haven't ached! Last hard: Race on 30/09Last rest: Everyday in between!Lyrics: Nope
morning all, Ale, Tom, LmH continued good fortunes with your respective issues...& thanks for the words of support with my achey hammy. No running yesterday, feels a bit better this morning, so more stretching and am at the club tonight (my kids training) so will probably help the juniors so that I can give it some light jogging. No point in overdoing it with halfmara sunday.RFJ - I might be at Gosport - will have to check if it clashes with kids running/swimming/hockey fixtures. My races come way down the list...Lyric - im not sure today
Good morning all. 10M SR after work I should think. Took a rest yesterday because club session on Tuesday night was 12M at a pace a bit beyond what I'm used to. Was really good though.
hope all is good
what: 3 mile run later and birthday dinner for a good mate
why: I can run again!
last hard: tuesday hog hill 5k race
last easy: yesterday
have a good day all
What 8 commuteWhy no imaginationLyrics no
I hear you, LMH! Good advice! Just got Urology important: inevitably it is when I am being operated on! And yes, surgeon is very confident of a good outcome.
Wabo: good to see you and good to hear you are running again. If only!! Did you see many Hogs on Tuesday: Blisters would be interested?! Trust you are doing plenty of stretching!
Tom: well done, and well done again...September's miles (which included a few quicker than usual) and today's 14. Personally I don't think that you should up your miles any further, apart from extending the long run to 20 over the next three months, and even then probably only once a fortnight at most. And to compensate I would reduce or even omit one of the shorter runs, particulalry if you continue to run quicker miles with the club.
Feeling worse as the day progresses, appointment with the nurse practitioner in the morning, think I have a new, different infection to add to the list. The joys of a rubbish immune system. So, I have time to get better before Abingdon (hopefully) but do I have time to get better enough to have a good run there?
Sorry - me, me, me. Normal service will be resumed shortly.
LMH you've done the bulk of the training rest up till you feel better hopefully you'l be better when Abingdon comes (when is it)
a little 2miles something cycle home this morning then up at 12 and a 7 mile cycle to my hairdressers decided to come home via a different route with a few detours 13.42 miles on the way back nice Now i've done nearly 35 miles in 4 days been ages since i've done anything like that although some may laugh but to me thats a lot
Even better coming back i was worried as my planned route included the old A13 still a busy route but theres practicarly a cycle path the whole way nice i love that
Run later just a short one legs like jelly though
It seems like I forgot to go to bed last night, and was a bit tired in the afternoon. Not sure whether to go for a run round the block, haul the old bike down, or just sit on my @rse all evening. Whatever, it will have to be after food has been created and consumed.
Managed to not crash the car today.
It's the 21st Pammie. Nice riding.
I'd vote for the latter Blisters - but that's probably cos I don't have the choice.
OH: I always thought Britain was termed Blighty. Not sure now !
Tom: Just habit mate.It doesn't feel like a Thursday without my Fartlek.
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