training session - sunday 23rd February

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3TL
23/02/2003 at 06:17
what: 15 mile pacing run in richmond park
why: I'd like to run at a constant pace - aiming for the sub 5 group despite being a 'plodder'
last rest: yesterday
last hard: last week

v happy that both myself and girlfriend havd pulled ourselves out of flu/cold and feel fine and ready for this. crossing fingers that I can stay the pace.
23/02/2003 at 07:30
Enjoy 3TL - the scenery's great - just watch out for the hill!!
23/02/2003 at 07:37
Morning all, a slight twinge in the knee, but thoroughly enjoyed my meal out, plus champgagne, Pimms, Wine, and Sambuca post long run! Yum, and amazingly, no hangover! Also quaffed two big bottles of mineral water and munched on much pasta.
What: Circuits/swim/steam and sauna
Why: Feel good and have some time to myself

Thanks for all the well dones on the long run yesterday. This thread is so encouraging. Good luck everyone today
23/02/2003 at 07:38
Getting a bit emotional there! Thanks to drew, and hilly, and Achilles, Marmite and Laura...my family, the man from Runner's need who sold me the trainers etc etc
23/02/2003 at 07:41
Taxi for Gwynne...er sorry, Snicks.

I'm off for a twenty around Kinsgton - should be twenty two but tricky to do on the loop we're doing.

I've had this chesty cough hanging around all week, not sure I should run really. I had an easy Sunday to break things up a bit last week, bad timing really - if it were this Sunday that would be fine, but I can't miss two on the trot.
23/02/2003 at 07:55
Good luck all races.

What : Head Race in Nottingham
why : 1st 8's race of the season for the club, good competition are there
Last Hard : wednesday or was it yesterday?
Last Rest : Friday

Got a 5k fitness (rowing) test on wednesday so something to look forward to in the week as well
23/02/2003 at 08:15
Morning All

What: Tunbridge Wells Half
Why: Because I am mad and I like hills NOT!!!!

Last Rest: Yesterday
Last hard: Will definitely me today
23/02/2003 at 09:34
Morning.

What: 3 miles easy
Why: Recovery from yesterdays long 'un
Last Rest: Friday
Last Hard: Yesterday
23/02/2003 at 10:24
Morning everyone.

What: 6 miles easy
Why: recovery from Saturday long run
Last rest: Friday
Last hard: Saturday
23/02/2003 at 10:37
Morning All!!
what-enforced rest >>sulking loudly!!<<
why-went over on left foot yesterday,pulled muscle?
last rest-today >>chunter chunter!!<<
last hard-2hrs 40 yesterday

Was going really well too and feeling good!
Anyway have a good un you lot and Enjoy
23/02/2003 at 10:54
Well after a couple of glasses of orange juice, 2 cups of coffee, a banana, an orange and lashings of marmite-on-toast (goes without saying really doesn't it?), I'm starting to feel human again owing to......

What: 22-23 miler (in about 2:50ish)
Why: FLM
Last hard run: Today, no question
Last rest day: Thursday

Felt fine through about 17 miles then flagging a bit for the final section.

Best of luck all racing today.

Any forumites planning to be at the Stafford 20 on 9th March?
23/02/2003 at 11:31
MM-fantastic effort, a big well done!

Snicks-LOL also enjoy your multi session!

Mr.C-hope the foot is ok and won't keep you off running too long!

Everyone racing-good luck and look forward to your reports of success!!

What:5 mile recovery run in beautiful sunshine.
Why:couldn't do much else after yesterday's long run and no time to fit swimming in today.
Last hard:yesterday for length of time on my feet.
Last rest:Friday

23/02/2003 at 11:54
Good going all.

Well for me a dissapointing run, planned 18 miles at easy pace, but have a niggle in right knee so made 12 miles only, but now I listen to my body where as in the past I try and run it off, and them im off longer.

What: 12miles

Why: Sunday are long runs ( but not today )

Last Rest: Friday

Last Hard: Thursday

Waiting to read race reports later
23/02/2003 at 12:23
Lot's of hard training being done this weekend it's good to see.

What: Long run 20M
Why: End of three weeks of hard training.
Last hard: Yesterday.
Last rest: Fri.

The National XC at Parliment Hill yesterday was very very tough!
I'm in shape to run about 56-57min for 10M, yet it took me 51:55min to race 12K [7.5M]. Which goes to show how hard the course was. The thick mud & all those hills. Not forgetting the ditch & so many runners probably around 2000 in the senior men's race!!!!
On the positive side I got to line up next to one of my hero's [Rob Denmark]I beat someone I've not beaten before but lost out in the sprint to another I would have loved to have beaten [I've not beaten him before either].
I think/hope I made the top 360 but will find out soon.
That's the end of the xc season for me & definitely my best ever.
Next year's National is Roundhay Park in Leeds with "hill 6" I can't wait!!!!!!!!
I'm off to South Africa next weekend to relax & train hard some more.
:) Tim
23/02/2003 at 12:25
hi everyone -

Snicks - the celebrations sound every bit as demanding as the long run!

MM - good to have you back. well done on the big one.

Mr C. - bad luck, hope you recover quickly.

what: 24 miles in 2:46:something, dodging droves of RW team-in-training folks round Richmond Park.
why: was meant to be 20 but felt like adding the extra. no doubt I'll regret it tomorrow.
last rest: Thursday
last hard days: yesterday (fartlek) and Friday (tempo intervals) - not a good idea.

23/02/2003 at 12:38
Speedy-sorry you had a disappointing run, but well done for listening to your body. As you say far better to cut short a run than to make things worse. Best wishes!

Big Time-excellent performance yesterday you sound as if you thoroughly enjoyed that race, as tough as it was! Also, well done on your long run today. I don't know how you guys manage the kind of training you do!-Enjoy S Africa!

Achilles-more fantastic running and on top of those other sessions. Hope you plan to rest tomorrow:)
23/02/2003 at 12:40
Thanks hilly
23/02/2003 at 12:56
22 miles around Kingston in 3:01, which annoys me - I did 22 round a much hilleier route two weeks ago five minutes faster :(

Never mind, had this chesty cold this week so what the hell.

Great runs guys - keep them coming!!
23/02/2003 at 13:20
Speedie, Mr Creosote, I hope you're both better soon.

Sounds like lots of fantastic efforts today. Achilles, MM, Iain, Snicks, Big Tim, you are all just amazing.

Well, I've been out too...
What: Long slow run, on the upside of 16 miles, in just over 3 hours.
Why: Got a marathon in 7 weeks.
Last hard day: Today.
Last rest day: Friday.
I made the mistake of setting off too quickly (as in, 5.5 miles of 10-minute miling) and my legs seized up a bit when I made a scheduled stop to buy a bottle of water. The last 2.5 miles, straight into the wind, were laborious and I felt a bit nauseated at the end so there ae clearly fuelling issues to be sorted out.
Bionic Ironwolf    pirate
23/02/2003 at 13:55
Hi all, fantastic running by everyone!

Just finished steady 20 miles in 3 1/4hrs. First 12km uphill, the rest over undulating sandy forest trails, still some icy bits where the sun doesn't get through the trees. On course still for FLM. John's still out there somewhere, didn't catch up with me today! It was one of those days I call an 'Ironman' day - felt like I could go on for ever.

Last hard: definitely today.
Last rest: Thursday.
Last easy: yesterday.
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