Thursday session - 31 October

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31/10/2002 at 16:43
Yes, once the marathon beast gets its teeth into you, it's impossible to ignore it whispering 'you can do better than that next time' in your ear.

Done mine - 5 mile tempo run, 1/2 mile warm up, 4.5 miles @ 1/2m pace/84% WHR. A little slower than yours I should imagine MM!
31/10/2002 at 16:58
What: Short road run to retrieve car from last night, followed by 30 mins off road.
Why: Couldn't fit much more in before work!
Last Hard: Saturday
Last Rest: Friday
31/10/2002 at 18:00
What: Gym (again) at lunchtime. Rowing, weights, strider (at least I passed 5k in 20mins this time - unlike Tuesday).

Wishing for: Swim. But our local pool is undergoing 2 years of refurbishment. Lido shut for winter.

Last rest: Yesterday

Last hard: Sunday

Takin' it easy after Marathon on 13/10 and HM on 27/10. No running till Sunday!
31/10/2002 at 18:15
What: 7 miles=1.5 miles warm-up, 4x1mile reps @ 6.33, 6.39, 6.33, 6.34, 1.5 miles cool down. Excellent session!

Last rest: from running, yesterday.
Last hard: tonight, mind every run this week has been a kind of effort in one way or another.

Martin I know what you mean. I told myself after FLM that I would not be doing another for a long time and certainly not FLM. Guess what? I've just sent my entry off!
31/10/2002 at 18:30
WW - good luck with the back - I had years if ongoing problems - not funny at all.
31/10/2002 at 20:43

What: Nothing
Why: Ironically, problems caused by old shoes gone; but stitch pain STILL subtly present (as it only ever is after I've had a real 'mare of a stitch) so I'll leave it til tomorrow.

Last hard: Yesterday
Last rest: Today
31/10/2002 at 21:26

What: 8 miles in the park/on the common.

Why: because it was there.

01/11/2002 at 09:43
what: 4.3K at about 6:18 per mile pace (note the mixing of units)
why: as previously stated.

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