but my two feet can't find a way.
What: turbo.Why: little choice.Last hard: nothing hard at the minute.Last rest: 7/9.
Back is improving but of course not quickly enough for me. Coach has put me on the turbo now until Friday - when I get to try a swim. Oh yippee.
What: nothing so farWhy: recoveryLast hard: marathon on sundayLast rest: yesterday
back to work today I really do need to find another way of earing a living.
Might run when I get home as my legs are actually feeling OK. My DOMs appears not to have been delayed at all, had it all yesterday and now it's getting better.
Have a good day. I won't.
What: 5 miles easyWhy: Have a 5K race on Thursday and realised last night when pushing on at club run that in my old age I probably can't cope with two hard days in succession anymore. So easy today, rest tomorrow, should probably be two days rest but I can't cope with that!Last hard: Last night 5K TT (on the hilly course where the race will be held on Thursday) in 38C in 21-10 (this actually include a 10M walk going up the hill!)Last Rest: Friday
To those that asked Garmin 310XT seems pretty similar to all the other Garmins I've had, (301, 305, 405) in use, however never liked the 405 as bezel doesn't like sweat. 310 Reportedly has a 20 hour battery life which is the bit that appealed to the ultra runner in me. Like Joe Hawk I hate the Orange colour. No idea what they cost in UK their about 200GBP here.
Good afternoon, everyoneBeen a bit sidetracked the last 3 days, those bathrooms don't redecorate themselves, so been busy with paints, tiles and grouting while wedged into small gaps. Had a read back so e & oe....welcome Xk & Hoofinnice 800s from 40 and Andy B, must admit yasso s are my favourite speedwork (if there is sucha thing)Nice win Gobi in Denmark and Hilly in less glamarous surroundings, and super racing from RFJ at Overton, like the course there, although not run it for 2 or 3 years.TmR the LDWA event sounded good, I like a lot of their events, must try to do moreWell done to mava on teh mara, Tec at the 10m and DesRes on the 10k peebeeRyan - goooooaaaaaaaaaallllll - NICE!plus some decent mileage logged rom SL, Paddy,40, AF & XKTT - all the best Saturday - no runningSunday - 11 or 12 easy milesMonday - 4 recovery Today - club night so who knowsCheers!
LMHI find this lyrics thing tough enough without taking them out of the middle!
What: 12 slow milesWhy: Something to do while Ford undertake some minor surgery on carLast hard: 2 daysLast rest: 4 or 5 days, lost track(!)
Club night tomorrow.
What:4M in the pouring rain
Quiet on here today eh !
Read back time and a no for the lyrics as usual.
Have a good one.
Had a good 3 x 3000 last nite at HMP. (sound's like i was inside!!)
8 or so easyish later.
No to Lyrics today!!
Quiet today. Not much more to say - back to work!!
Disappointing 6M from me at lunch time. Original plan was an intervals session. However, yesterday I managed to stand on something sharp in the kitchen and now have a tiny, tiny cut on my foot. Wouldn't be anything to comment on except that it is exactly where I land with each stride! Set off today to see what it felt like and it was almost immediately clear I wouldn't be going anywhere quickly. Toyed with the idea of just turning round, but it started to settle down a bit, so I kept going. But I couldn't get any speed up and legs felt pretty dead.
Anyway, got back to the office and discovered a) a blood stained sock and b) a small (very small) piece of glass in my foot. Couldn't see it yesterday when I looked, but I guess I was lucky and running on it moved it out rather than further in.
Foot now feeling much, much better!
Dustin - snap - although I cheated and got someone else to do the tricky bits - am now painting whenever I get the chance, but am the proud owner of a new bath/shower/toilet/wash basin with associated tiling etc.
Have a good day.
LMH: The head is currently dis-associating itself from anything to do with the absurd activity I intend to undertake on the 20th
RFJ: congrats on the mug!
Have a good one!
Looking good AF!
Few people sounding not very happy at the moment.
Mava - good news the legs aren't too bad.
Dubai Dave - good luck with the 5k on Thursday. I've never had a garmin - sounds like they are a pretty neat tool
What: O'Hagan's 5k - best time for a long while, and as like everyone else, I'm getting older all the time - 21.30 - should be happy, but was actually pretty unhappy to start with as a few women went past me on the return journey!
Up early as I'm paying for it - bad cramp in legs - hate to think what they'd be like if I'd run a marathon!
Good running everyone.
quiet on here indeed.
No running for me this evening. My legs might be OK-ish but my feet are killing me. Most of the second half of sundays marathon was on concrete seafront and the balls of both feet are really sore. Hope to be able to run tomorrow though.
Good run at O'Hagan's NZC.
SGQ - ouch. Glad you got that sorted though.
Pammie - should be good for you to get to some track meets.
Have a good evening all.
What: 22 min run this morning (3.07 miles)Why: Still building time, 10% rule and all thatLast hard: 31/ 09Last rest: Yesterday
Evening all, not able to get on yestrday
Good 800s ppl!
Like that idea Tec, hate wen i dnt have a race 4 a while!
NZC - good tym man
Club session last night, 6x400 with 200 recovery, 600 recov after last 1 then 6x100
400s - 78s - 73s
100s - 19s - 15s
Good session, meeting aftrwords - kits still haven't came (won't have them 4 saturdays 10k in clogher )
What: hoping to get out 4 6mile veri soon, if not it'll b 6mile 2mara
Why: because its a race work meanin im nli running 4days incl. race, insted of usual 5 - wanna get a gd tym funni enugh!
Last Hard: Yestrday werent bad
Last Rest: Sumtym last week, fri?
Lyrics: u no me, im nt gd at them!
What: 2 miles very easy Why: First attempt at running for a few months, after falling off my bike . Last hard: Thankfully not today, but the last few months have been pretty toughLast rest: that will be yesterdayLyrics: no
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