Its a slightly unusual read! Kept me out of trouble for a couple of hours though!
It's not that bad - but neither is it one I would keep to read again.
Has anyone actually read the Jess Ennis book yet?
Did you make it to the Alehouse and back unaided?
Not been yet: I have an appointment there shortly after the football finishes...it would be too busy earlier!
Dustin - I have duely replied
What 33 mins on the treadie, nice and easy
Take care all
Run Wales wrote (see)
Afternoon. How on earth do people find time to read? Especially runners. What: Probably nothingWhy: Club speed session took it out of my joints a bit. They are still be a bit fragile 17 days post-marathon.Books: NoLyrics: No
How on earth do people find time to read? Especially runners.
What: Probably nothingWhy: Club speed session took it out of my joints a bit. They are still be a bit fragile 17 days post-marathon.Books: NoLyrics: No
I am in total agreement with you RW. Books don't turn me on. If I do pick up a book I'll get hooked in and finish it cover to cover in one session. This infuriates my wife as she won't get a peep out of me for a day or two until I reach the back page. Then I feel guilty. I've got one of the classic training books on the side at the moment, but it hasn't hooked me.
This evening was swimming. 102 lengths, so that's 2550m. The extra two were so I could claim a new PB for distance. However, despite 6 months of training I appear to have actually got slower. Significantly slower. I did the 2.5k in 1h07m last time, this time was 1h17m. Bizarre.
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