Lyrics: I saw her today, I saw her face.It was a face I loved and I knew...
Hope these are topical: I may well be subjected to these later this morning!
Tom: good to hear you are still alive! Just a thought, but I have arthritis in my big toes and this is now rarely painful since Qof P worked on them by aggressively (I thought rather too aggressively at the time!) pulling the toe to try to separate the joints which were calsifying together a scan had shown. Hope that makes sense to the medics amongst us (and I know one was involved with the lyrics over the weekend!)
RunWales:no, not too long in the Alehouse (although today's lyrics are inspired by hearing them in an Alehouse at the weekend). More like too long on the forum: my "runner in a previous life" comment was referring to a thread that you had started requesting a result from the mid-80s. Hope you find both the result and a return to that sort of form!
What: Achilles opWhy: its about time!
Yesterdays lyrics: 'Kings of Leon and Revelry'
Why: I like getting out.Cold, dry, no wind. Okay run.
Catch up soon over coffee/toast.
ale: All the best today.
Welcomes to Adam and RW.
Hope today is the beginning of your return Alehouse. Let us know how things went when you can won't you?
Tom - I get a rigid big toe joint which is usually a precursor to a spring ligament injury if I don't loosen it up again.
birks - wet and windy here.
Blisters - hope it's nothing serious - can you have a week focused on whichever sport doesn't aggravate it or do they all?
What: 30 mins easy runWhy: taperingLast hard: keeping the weight off whilst taperingLast rest: 16/10
Lyrics - yes.
What: Gym later. Have been avoiding the treadmill and just doing 20 mins on cross trainer followed by two laps of the weight machines and lunges. Why: I'm trying really hard to go at least twice a week. Did manage it yesterday after work in the end.Last hard: Sunday.Last rest: Thursday.
Fingers crossed the op goes well alehouse. Hi Adam and RW.
bonjour & welcome Adam..ale- good luckRW - you need to work on the 'eating choc while running' for your next raceMissed club session yesterday (youngest opted to go swim training instead, which plays havoc with my taxiing...) so instead ran alone. Schedule said pyramids but opted for longer reps - roughly timed - instead. A glorified fartlek if you will. Bursts of 2-3 minutes with 1-2 minutes rest. 9.1 miles covered in 67:52. Given first and last mile were at easy pace, mustve averaged somewhere close to 7m/miles in the middle. So fairly happy.Today - 5 easy Why - recoverylyric - simples!
What: Rest, I think.
Last hard: club night last night.
Last rest: Sunday
Lyrics... easy for someone who's been running as long as I have Good luck alehouse.
Hi to Adam.Hope all goes well for alehouse today.LMH: next goal is to tackle the distance I hate so much: the 10k . Have signed up for a series of 5 winter races, slightly offroady and muddy so I have an excuse if I continue to be crap . what: perhaps a short bimble tonightwhy: wet 'n windy this morninglast hard: 7/10last rest: Mondaylyrics: yep, I'm old enough to know them
lyrics oh yes yes I do, love it!
welcome adam and rw!
yes alehouse, good luck with the op
what: physio about a shoulder pain and mayeb a run after
why: shoulder doesnt really affect running too much
last hard: sat
last easy: plod last night
have a good day all
Hope physio went well Wabo.
I'm in the mindset Tom but not sure that the body is ready. The smt spent the entire 45 minutes this afternoon working on my right side trying to correct the damage I did when I fell off the bike a few weeks ago. It will either be ok for 26.2 miles or it won't - I shall find out on Sunday.
Hi gang.Lyrics, yes,
Alehouse.I'm glad that you feel this good already. Those portents sound very promising.
Swimming. Started as the 3rd fastest out of 3 in the fast lane. Got overtaken just too easily by these streamlined torpedoes, so ducked in to medium/slow. Tried to get the rotational swing going and a full reach, but it was hit and miss. 3rd stroke breathing had only lasted for two lengths. As I got to within single figures of target distance I upped the stroke rate as a chap had been drafting me and I wanted to make clear water. Nailed the final two lengths. 64 done inside 44 minutes. Consistent.Here's hoping for something a bit more run or bike orientated tomorrow.
Lyrics - YES for once
Adam - welcome, nice ink work from the looks of it
Ale, lets hope it has worked for you, wishing you a speedy recovery
What - 10.11m at ClubWhy - Club run in the rainLast Hard - Sundaylast Rest - Yesterday
hmm, yes, well, was reading back, and seemed I posted on Tuesday's thread. You could say I was tired, or something like that. Oh well. Go well all.
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