Training or Resting after the weekend?

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Plum    pirate
24/02/2003 at 15:50
What; Nothing
Why; Poorly knee/calf and no physio available till wednesday

BOO HOO I miss my running
24/02/2003 at 16:06
I am new to this but here goes...

What : 3 miles
Why : Had to get home from the garage after dropping my car off.
Last hard : Bramley 20 (2:35) (Was looking good for sub 2:30 until 15 miles..., but enough of that on another tread)
Last Rest : Saturday

As for tomorrow, well I think I need a good long rest.
Trogs    pirate
24/02/2003 at 17:36
What: Resting for me today as always after a long run.
Why: Sometimes swim on Mondays but I've found that if I run following a LSD it tends to affect me for the rest of the week.
Last hard: yesterday - faster than predictied RW paced run
Last rest: Saturday

Work is definitely going to get in the way of training this week. Think I'm going to end up just doing two longer midweek runs rather than my usual three shorter ones.
24/02/2003 at 18:18
rest
Phew

But how do i fit in 5 training sessions with 2 on call days this week
24/02/2003 at 19:22
Evening all.

What: 3 x 1 mile intervals and 5 x 1/2 mile intervals for 8.5 miles altogether.
Why: schedule says so
Last hard: Saturday
Last rest: Friday
24/02/2003 at 20:15
What: a.m. 5 easy, pm 7 easy

Why: raced yesterday - recovery day (also the mist rising up from the hedgerows in the morning!)

Last rest - Sat 15th Feb
Last hard - yesterday
Bionic Ironwolf    pirate
24/02/2003 at 20:30
Easy 3 mile jog, lots of yoga stretches afterwards.

Resting after yesterday's 20-miler.
24/02/2003 at 20:49
SAUNA ;-)
24/02/2003 at 21:06
Nothing.

Spent most of the day in bed, with periodic trips to the loo. At least I know that my awful run yesterday was courtesy of some nasty microbe, and I should be back to running properly once I can stay vertical for a while.
24/02/2003 at 21:44
Well done Hilly on your swim and circuits - you're one fit woman! Me resting enforced, but now that I've done it quite glad of it. Up till 1am working last night, and it's taken its toll! Speed sesh tomorrow
24/02/2003 at 21:48
Well done Dustin and RB - RB it's still a good time and will get you a sub 4 marathon. Laura, two sessions - I must give it a go! Well done. Good to see you back on form Drew. Hope you fix your duck Monique... Well done everyone, nice to see not alone in my resting
24/02/2003 at 23:05
Well after yesterday's run at Bramley, it was rest, rest, rest. Legs feel surprisingly good. (Dustin) I too got drafted at mile 10, but recovered the situation at mile 11.

Tomorrow, i'm up for a double session, so i thought that the rest was essential.

Good night all
25/02/2003 at 00:18
12*400m

feeling lousy, dizzy and weak from the tail end of this 24 hour bug. hope it's gone soon. tight chest and weak legs resultes in abisimal times. coach thought i'd overtrained, but i hvaen't run since sat morn.!

night, bed time now!

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