Lyrics - Although he had past history
Where is birks?
I just don't know what to do. RHR is up again (though not above doing something 'easy' limits) but gunk production seems to have decreased slightly though throat is still bad. Guess I shall see how I feel as the day goes on as won't have the opportunity to do anything until this afternoon anyway.
What: something easyWhy: it's supposed to be a taper, not total restLast hard: not gettng betterLast rest: most of March was spent resting
Why: Bit stiff legged
Cold and frosty one up here.
Sorry not been on .Our dining room had to get finished decorated and new carpet laid. So very busy. I didn't lay new carpet we got experts in...
Oldest son survived Newcastle over weekend. Down at his pals big brothers flat
Catch up time.
morning all, Blisters - glad the break was goodwhat - something easy, 6 miles or sowhy - club last night, wasn't hills, was 3x1800m with 200m recoveries. Ran quite solidly, worked out about 7m/miling for the reps, fast enough for now. Great to be training in daylight again though.Aches still in hammy/glutes, QoP tonight, a grown man will cry.last hard - yesterdaylast rest - thursdaylyric - think so
70 mins on turbo d&d with 30mins time trial using power.
later its an easy run followed by swim session with open water swimmers. The session is all about getting to grips with swimming in open water. Its in a pool but mid April we graduate to the Sea and lakes. The openwater aspect of the swim is my biggest fail at the moment and needs to be sorted!!!.
LMH - its coming together for you!!
What: hopefully a hike somewhere up a mountainWhy: at last the weather is good for itLast hard: still trying to get someone to take responsibility for my damaged baggage...
LMH you've still got a while, take it easy and I'm sure everything will come together.Dustin good session last nightPaddy good luck with the open water training.
Have a good one all.
What power meter ae you using Paddy? It doesn't feel as though it's coming together - I very much feel as though it's falling apart!
emzap - can you not purchase a new case and claim it back or are they insisting on supplying a replacement? Must be very frustrating. When do you fly home?
Agree Emz, can't you just buy another bag? Annoying yes, but surely better than all the headache? Enjoy the dip Paddy
LMH - It's coming together slowly, but it is coming together. You must realise that you are in panic time - everything is magnified!! The power meter is as comes with the Tacx Flow Turbo Trainer.
emzap - hope you have a good hike - I'm starting to miss the hills now, especially as all my walking friends are enjoying glorious snowy sunshiney views every day!
I'm having one of those 'can't be bothered' days. My plan is to do 6 x 800m with 2 mins recovery but my motivation right now is zero! I will get out eventually, mind you
Lyrics - no.
LMH - hope you feel back at your best soon.
You've got the same turbo as me Paddy, and given this winter's foul weather it's been a great little tool. That and the DVD player.
Like others here my form is falling apart at the moment. All forms of activity are on hold. I was wrapped up in double jumper and a coat last evening, yet still frozen. Then hot sweats in the night. Before 6 am, I had to get up and dose up on pain relief etc. When the alarm went off my wife grumped across me to turn it off. I couldn't hear it over the tinitis. That was quite amusing really.
Now then. Donaldo. Get your arse out of that door. Because you can. 6x800 off 2 minutes? That sounds like a tea break between sets. You'll spend longer stood still than running.
Ah - a posh turbo. I fancied one of those - but not the price tag. Maybe one day.
Blister's - hope you're soon feeling better.
donaldo - think of those days when you thought that you may not be able to run - usually works for me.
My problem at the moment is deciding what's me being lazy and what's sensible. Just home from work and having lunch then need to decide whether to take Grace out for an hours run, do the originally intended 10 miles or opt for something on the turbo (a bit windy for the bike).
Back in for another nosey.
so teh taper begins, 20 miles done on Sunday, phew!
lmh, hope you soon see the rhr better
blisters oh you have tinitus, poor y0u thats not nice is it
hope evryone is doing ok
what: 7 miles later
last hard: sunday, oh last nights tempo actually
last easy: monday
have a good day all
lol I got out that door and did the session, on advice from my fellow posters!
10 miles including 6 x 800m with 2 mins recovery. Times were 2:49, 2:48, 2:53, 2:46, 2:49, 2:59.
Had a good 5 mile warm up before starting the reps and then just headed home, leaving me about a mile to warm down. It was undulating on the roads and you can probably tell that rep 6 was mostly uphill but I worked my ass off to get under 3 minutes.
Loved the session today, nice weather too, lovely sunshine but still a bit nippy!
Thanks for the motivation, Blisters and AH, get those ailments cured as soon as!
Birkmyre, are you going across to Dunoon for the Jukes 5 miler on Saturday?
Actually...now that I mention it... I can't even remember if you are still in Glenpark or not! :P
Wow, donaldo, that's shifting! Great reps . You look exactly like your avatar in the pic you posted yesterday, btw wabo: happy taperingPoor old blisters LMH: difficult question to answer. How do you feel about running? Dreading it because you know it will hurt or the pace will be slow or are you itching to go? Maybe you could start with 5 miles and then double it if you are feeling strong enough?what: 5 miles tonightwhy: CNBA this morning (it was freeeeeezing again!!)last hard: Mondaylast rest: yesterdaylyrics: no
What 10ish commuteWhy tapered MWLRLyrics no
LMH be patient.
Did 5 very easy then slowly ramped up the pace to mp for mile 10.
Knew you'd enjoy it once you were out donaldo.
chickadeee - to be honest I feel as if I could just take to the sofa with copious quantities of chocolate but I took Grace out for a run instead and we had an enjoyable 7 mile run despite the wind. Don't wear the HRM when I run with Grace as there's too much stop/start with letting her off the lead, putting her back on, stopping whilst she has a drink or a paddle etc so no idea how high the effort was for the pace - which is probably what made it more enjoyable
Not one of my virtues postie
Is the spell checker not working for anyone else?
Good afternoon: France is as cold as the UK!
Yesterday's lyrics were "I love Paris in the Springtime", various artists, including Sinatra, for one.
No running, but lots of walking.
Good to see you Wabo: enjoy the taper.
Decent session, Don.
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