Training Session Xmas Day!

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25/12/2002 at 00:18
What: A few miles before dinner
P-A-R-T-Y? Cos I gotta!*

Last hard: Will be today, reference motivation!
Last rest: The other day

* - sorry. i really like that film though :)
25/12/2002 at 10:36
What: an hours steady running around Grafham water.
Why: it is on the way to my sisters and an hour's running=1000 calories to be made up.
Last hard: yesterday.
Last rest: Saturday.

I'm off, have a nice day everyone.
25/12/2002 at 11:39
What: 6 Steady miles in 6:20's
Why: felt really strong :) Yippeee!
Last Hard: Yesterday
Last Rest: Saturday

25/12/2002 at 12:00
Merry Christmas

I'm just off to run to the top of the hill.
Four(ish) miles round trip, 500m ascent and loads of dead bracken.
Christmas is for enjoying yourself.
25/12/2002 at 12:40
Running on Christmas day? You must be mad. I've had too much food and drink to run today.
25/12/2002 at 16:07
Running on Xmas Day? Definitely!
I've made it a tradition - even when I've had bugs in previous years I've made a point of getting out there and at least doing a token distance.
Today: Up to a deserted Caldy CC and did 5½ laps of the grounds nice & slow - a 32 minute recovery jog - as my legs are pretty dead from yesterday and the mileage they've had recently.
Nice & mild, but a shower unfortunately dampened the first 2 laps.
Xmas dinner over, presents opened, 1 can of DAB & 2 large crystal glasses of Spätlese to the good. Just time for a quick peek around the forums, then maybe I can sneak a nap....
25/12/2002 at 16:43
Interval session. 300 x Lounge to Kitchen ;-)

Merry Christmas to all...
25/12/2002 at 17:54
Well done Ironwolf,

You would have to tie me down to stop me running today!
What: 13M steady
Why: So I can eat lot
Last rest: Fri
25/12/2002 at 20:17
Change of plan. I ended up doing hill reps instead (6 of, at a rather 'nippy' speed, fast jog/slowish run recoveries). Ironically enough, this was because I couldn't be a**ed running to the next village and back - there's a hill jut down the road. Of course, the gentle run I *would* have had would have been much easier than the stupidly fast hill reps I ended up doing, but the false logic appealed to me as a way to 'sneak' in a hard session and still tell myself I dossed on xmas day! heh heh! ;)
25/12/2002 at 20:57
Weight training day. Standing up after turkey and pud. One rep was enough !!

But feel vaguely virtuous having done a hard 45 min on an exercise bike yesterday (protecting an ankle). Which burnt all of 10 % of today's calories !

Happy Christmas all !

25/12/2002 at 21:38
13 miles! You must have a flexible family.

Feel bloated, mainly with alcohol, but did get out for 30 mins this am, ran as fast as I could, probably only burnt off the equivalent of 1/2 glass of wine and a mince pie, ah well, long run tomorrow!.

Happy Christmas all!
25/12/2002 at 21:39
PS Also did 5 miles fartlek yesterday with a crashing hangover.
25/12/2002 at 22:18
Starve a fever, feed a cold.

My cold should be fed enough to run another 4 years after today. No training since the 16th - slaps fat wrist.

Shall be donning brand new off-roaders and romping through the forest at dawn tomorrow

or maybe 11, and just round the block

or to the fridge
26/12/2002 at 00:00
I certainly fed the cold!

Will do that 6 miles tomorrow :-)

Only trouble is that means an extra sesh on Friday which means less rest before Sunday. I'm trying to keep the training at three times a week at the moment. Any comments on this?
26/12/2002 at 09:52

What: Nowt
Why: Just too darn busy, and ive gotta have one day off this week!!!
Last Hard: Saturday
Last Rest: xmas day
26/12/2002 at 14:00
Did Father Xmas, Had breakfast, made Harry Potter Potion, drank it...etc etc....packed the car (an hour) running gear on etc... but when I got to family's too many people already arrived and there was no escape...ah well, maybe next year. Well done all who ran.
26/12/2002 at 23:51
me also nothing, i'm so ashamed

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