lyrics yes, I am so lazy I just let it double space usuallyale I love your xmas listoh hope you are ok, what has happened?what: 6 miles later, some gym as wellwhy: building up mileslast hard: sat xctry racelast easy yesterdayhave a good day all
OH: blimey, that was a bit of a shocker! did they suspect appendicitis? Hope you are on the mend.Enjoy your club nights, all that are club members.Ran 5 miles last night and felt better for it. Another 8 this morning in freezing fog. It was a tad slippery in places but I managed to stay vertical Lyrics: you bet!!
Chickadee - no lost my appendix at age 13 (and gallbladder some time back). More concerned about ulcer as am on long term prednisolone - however looks all clear, phew Home now
glad you are home, OH! Maybe that swimming in arctic waters was just too much
OH oh dear you have been through it. Hope you'll be ok now
Alehouse hope things start improving for you, really do. Yes have entered MK marathon
What: 4.3 milesWhy: regaining the habitLast Hard: Yesterday though today took a little effortLyrics kicked myself when i googled
All nighter tonight so no running tomorow
Glad to hear that you're home OH.
DD - that ride sounds good - did you do it last year?
Straycelt - don't suppose you're running Brass Monkey in January are you? I'd love a sub 1.40 pacer!
Dustin - just keep it easy with that hammy.
Enjoy the club runs everyone. Mine runs track on a Wednesday, but I seem to break every time I join them, and round the streets on a Friday but as I can usually fit my runs in during the daylight I've only ever been once.
Goes to check out Brass Monkey, doesn't like the sound of it but gets LMH's drift. I'll keep you posted. Off to recover from Power Plate
OH oh no. Glad you've been let out though and hope you keep mending.DD 140 miles, crazy...What: nothingWhy: working too long, and need a rest day anyway.aching a lot from my fall but don't seem to have done any proper damage
Have a good one all
Reports back that Brass Monkey is full and tis in Yorkshire, quite some way from SEWales...HmmmLMH need to find something nearer...Tewkesbury, Worcester?
It's flat and fast and my PB course though Straycelt I can only really target running races outside of the tri season but am running VLM again next year so may be able to fit something in before that when I'll have a chance of being on good running form. Any suggestions?
Good news about the lack of damage emzap.
Getting busy at work Pammie?
Talking of suggestions - time to put together a xmas list - any good book recommendations?
Evening you lot
Busy thread again,which is good to see.
LMH: it would be good if others can add to this book list (it is by no means exhaustive but contains either what I have got (most) or what I would like!)
Pfitzinger and Douglas, Advanced Marathoning Charlie Spedding, From First to LastHal Higdon, The Ultimate Marathon Training Guide Scott Jurek, Eat and Run Jack Daniels, Running Formula Steven Downes and Duncan Mackay, Running Scared: How Athletics Lost its InnocenceRichard Moore, The Dirtiest Race in HistoryJessica Ennis, UnbelievableFeet in the Clouds, Richard Askwith Born to Run, Christopher McDougall What I talk about when I talk about running, Hamuki Murakami The Long Hard Road, Parts 1 and 2, Ron Hill Running with the Legends, Michael Sandrock The Ghost Runner, Bill Jones Plus 3 books from AW: Great British Runners Great Marathon Runners The Greatest Games Ever
And, of course, Marathon Man, William Goldman
Hope this helps!!
'Tea with Mr Newton' is a cracking read. The biography of Arthur Newton.
'Plimsoles on, Eyeballs out. The story of Jim Peters
I knew you'd be along to add to the list, Birks! Hope you don't mind but I have added yours into the mix:
Pfitzinger and Douglas, Advanced Marathoning Keith Livingstone, Healthy Intelligent Training (The proven principles of Arthur Lydiard) Charlie Spedding, From First to LastTea with Mr. Newton: the Biography of Arthur NewtonHal Higdon, The Ultimate Marathon Training Guide Scott Jurek, Eat and Run Jack Daniels, Running Formula Steven Downes and Duncan Mackay, Running Scared: How Athletics Lost its InnocenceRichard Moore, The Dirtiest Race in HistoryPlimsoles on, Eyeballs out, The Story of Jum PetersJessica Ennis, UnbelievableFeet in the Clouds, Richard Askwith Born to Run, Christopher McDougall What I talk about when I talk about running, Hamuki Murakami The Long Hard Road, Parts 1 and 2, Ron Hill Running with the Legends, Michael Sandrock The Ghost Runner, Bill Jones Plus 3 books from AW: Great British Runners Great Marathon Runners The Greatest Games Ever
Ale - there is also a good book by Lopez Lomong Running for my life - is a good read and one of the missing boys from Sudan area fro the civil war and how he sees Michael Johnson running in the Olympics on a TV in farm house when in refugee camp and says he wants to do the same......BTW love the books and wine together....
Dustin - You have a message waiting for you, likewise he was in our pics...
What - 6.14m with 4 x 5 mins (.80m, .80m, .81m, .81m) with 60 sec rec.Why - Last hard session before Gosport 1/2 on SundayLast hard - TodayLast Rest - On the massage table earlier... BLISS with the odd yelp
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