What: 4 miles dead slow
Why: recovery run after Sunday's half marathon
Last hard: Sunday, although today felt hard after the half, legs a little stiff
good running all
Blisters - nice long run.
Clink, Gobi, Pammie, Mava - recover quickly from your injuries/sickness.
Dubai Dave - you got me hankering for mussels and frites so guess what we had for dinner last night?
Dustin - hope #1 daughter has a great 11th birthday. My eldest gdaughter is 11, soon to be 12.
What: 3 miles easy - waited till it started to rain before heading out. It has been so hot and humid, wanted a nice cooling run for a change.
Good running everyone.
What: 4.5M on a cauld and snow covered morning. Loved it !
Why: Cause I can and want to.
All the best and a quick recovery to those injured.
Read back time.
Good evening everyone.
clink - good to hear things are improving - take care
mava - hope you get rid of the lurgy remnants soon
Gobi - hope you recover to resume running soon
What: 5 miles at lunchWhy: ScheduleLast Hard: SundayLast Rest: YesterdayLyrics: Nope
Blisters: if I may say so that was an extremely long lunch!Clink: glad there is an improvement.Gobi: sad that there doesn't seem to be much improvement.
Lyrics: yesWhilst trying to find the thread discovered another Tuesday 10th Feb (2004). Mike S started the thread at 4 something (a.m.) and there were over a 100 replies!
What: 15 mins slowWhy: cos I can/cos I am still recovering from chest infection. Back to docs tomorrow a.m.Last hard: still Jan 2Last rest: 24 Dec
Lyrics: I hope so.
NZC, mussels and frites ? I have a memory of my holiday in NZ years ago, digging up something similar from the beach ( which the Maori usually dig up), and having them with kumara chips.
What: 7.7ml inc 4.5ml fasterWhy: meant to be a 10ml progression run up to 10ml pace, but quit half way. Legs tired; head not in gear; training partner awol, couldn't get my head round the session. Not good; unusual for me to give in on a session suggested by respected coach. Perhaps I'll try again as part or my Sunday run, or perhaps wiser to let it pass.
I've got my sessions for the next two weeks, and seriously worried- if Coach goes on increasing the sessions I';ll be doing 14ml @ MP; 20x 800m; 14ml @ MP in 10 weeks time
well I had to check that out for myself Alehouse...Doesn't seem too long ago in fact - but then, every year is getting shorter.... it was an occasion when some nasty bug had got into the SAN at work and brought every database we had crashing down with nasty corruptive errors....could have come very close to killing the company....btw did you get those lyrics for that 10th Feb?Take care with that chest bug btw - I hope keeping the streak going isn't counter-productive
Keep on expecting you to report you're back into the usual routine Gobi, but it must be a pretty significant issue if it's still keeping you benched
Thought these were prety well known lyrics (I reckon I was the first to post them on the Daily thread, about 6 years ago), but the number of don't knows suggests a real generation gap has developed
what: interval session, covered 6 & 2/3rd miles in the end, 4 and 2/3rd fastwhy: need for speed at the next Borders race, & not done an interval session in months
1 mile in 6:15, 1/3rd recovery in 2:41 1 mile in 6:01,1/3rd recovery in 2:391 mile in 6:04, 1/3rd recovery in 2:521 mile in 5:56 (was going to call it a day having covered 5 miles - this would be one of my standard sessions of 4 x1 mile with 3 x 1/3rd jog recoveries, but instead....)1 mile recovery in 8:16, 2/3rd in 3:59
Very surprised at the speed of efforts 2,3,and 4 - particularly the latter - it's not as if there was a lot of wind to assist this evening. HR didn't hit ridiculous levels either & recovery times were much better than last time (all 2:50+). Promising.....
Blisters - that's a nice long one. I want your lunch hour !!!!!!!!
NZC - I hope this heat ends soon.
What: easy 6 miles for two friends, hot as hell
Why - legs tired and easy run was called for
Last hard - Saturday
Last rest: Last week Tuesday.
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