Todays lyrics:'Well the men come in these places.'
Yesterdays lyrics:'Brand New Friend' by Lloyd Cole
What:4.5M Steady in dry conditions today for me
Why: We all know we love getting out.
7D: Cracking report
ale: Good news then
Tom: And the same with you.
georgina: Thats really good: Well done
Didn't know yesterday's lyrics.
Tom - that is good news but steady does mean steady - I was able to train for VLM and run it well (for me) with a constantly grumbling hamstring - no speedwork, no hills, watch the mud and ice after each run. You'll be right. I've never done the Hereward Relays but know of them of course.
Alehouse - more good news. I've known far more medics be negaitve about the chances of a return to running than I have positive so if he's confident I would be.
birkmyre we have your rain here if you'd like it back?
What: something on the turboWhy: I need to get on the bike moreLast hard: getting upLast rest: 15/11
Lyrics - yes.
AH: You will be back
What: Splash at lunch, trot tonightWhy: Recovering from last nighst club runLast Hard: Last NightLast Rest: Thursday
Another no re the lyrics.
Thanks for the comments, particularly Straycelt (although if you are posting after midnight you can always start the thread!!). I will be 59 at the turn of the year. I like your advice:Patience (which I have only gained in the last year!):Controlled progression (I like the phrase...I usually say progressive consistent consistency);Will power.Add a dose of common sense and that sounds like a good recipe!
What: find the box of common sense.Why: so I can control my progression
Actually will go for a short walk, short exercise bike session (no more than 2 x 5 minutes, gently), plus stretches.
Straycelt: arthoscopies...on what? Mine was on my shoulder, which reminds me I should change my forum picture.
Hiya. Thanks for all the congratulations guys, really kind! I'm so pleased, it puts an end to 3-4 years of really short-term stuff.What: Again nothing.Why: Still adjusting to new routine. Home Run tomorrow though.Last Hard: Sunday.Last Rest: Yesterday.Lyrics no.14-0 bad luck ezmap! Pammie* it's infuriating when the internet does that isn't it! alehouse yes new nearest parkrun at Brockwell, might try it this weekend. Sounds like you won't have to make that journey for a little while then, that's good news. I'm sure the physio will continue improvements. Tom and Dustin hope those hamstrings start behaving. 7D well done in Nijmegen.
Sounds sensible, Tom!
GGG: I've done Brockwell a couple of times and it isn't the easiest of courses if you are't used to hills. I have seen some of the London based Ethiopeans doing a hill session there! One of the girls that I coach (not that she does what I tell her!) lives nearby so when I have been down in London have done Brockwell, plus Wimbledon and the Last Friday of the month in Hyde Park. Wonder when the next time will be!
Good morning, good morning. Sitting at desk looking out to the mountain on my right and can't see above 100ft. Soggy, soggy day. Late on as took delivery at work of industrial size multi gym we're storing for a friend for a few months. Will be assembled and in full use by tomorrowLyrics: Yes indeedWhat: Not sure but it should be a runWhy: Got to get back into the routineLast Hard: Getting to sleep last night.Last Rest/Easy Yesterday reallyAH RKnee outside anterior meniscus complex tear and inside posterior meniscus horizontal split, throw in a Baker's cyst and job done. Took 12 months to run a mara again(New Orleans and VLM last year) and hope to continue the comeback at VLM with GFA7D..loved the report. Did the Njimegen Marches in the 80's and on day 3 I asked when the killer hill was coming and was told we'd already been up itHave a good day all.
morning all,GGG - good news on the job front!Tom - all sounding positive...Aleh- likewise, all good news, and yes, time is integral to the healing processwhat - club night, timed pyramid (rather than dstance)why - Tuesdaylyric - not sure
Good news on the injury front Tom and Alehouse. 7D: check you out!! Well raced and really well written. I enjoyed that report. Straycelt: hope you don't have to run up that soggy hill tonight . Blimey, that was some injury! You clearly don't do things by halves. Managed 4 slow miles last night and 7.5 this morning. HR still dodgy and there's lots of white stuff covering my tongue . Usually a sign of some infection. I feel pretty much ok though. I know the words today
ooh chickadee, hope you are ok
alehouse I have run at brockwell a few years back, if thats south London, oh and the last friday serpy one
went back to the track last night, first one in months, it was great!
what: club run not sure how much
why: I need to get to the club I need to up my training
last hard: thelast 300m last night which was the fastest
last easy: all weekend
have a good day all
What: nothingWhy: dreich Last rest: yesterdayLyrics: no
Whay - 4.25m recovery runWhy - Legs are mashedLast hard - SundayLast Rest - Monday
Take care all and dont forget to listen to your own advice - s..... always been my problem, I can listen to others, but never to myself...
Can't keep up with the thread at the moment.
Tom - glad you are managing to keep that injury at bay, so you can celebrate your 65th in style.
Alehouse - will be good if you can be all fit and well to celebrate your 60th!
Wabo - well done at the track.
chickadee - get well soon.
Lyrics - yes!
What: No run - didn't manage to fit one in!
'something on the turbo' ended up being an hour with 3 x 10 minute intervals off 5 minute recoveries. Pleased to be able to raise the HR.
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