Another Ironman journey
Evening gangRecovering from the pirate christmas party so I think its an early night for me !Hope everyone has had an injury free weekend .. or at least a few hours !!
I ran my first 10k race yesterday for 3 and a half years and loved it. Very icy underfoot in places so very pleased with a 46.35. Apart from the first "fast" mile of 7.03 the rest were consistently paced.
Nice to have a benchmark to work from going into next year, looking forward to setting my half mara benchmark in January.
Jeez, 46.35, bloody racing snake, well done mate.
Nice one Holgs!Need to get back to some consistency again this week, its never easy to keep a lid on it in December as it is
Great race Holgs - I can't have 3 and a half months off and do a 10k in that time - nice one.
Thanks guys, Sumo - I haven't had 3.5 months off - I've been training, it was 3.5 years since I raced a 10k
Scrubbed up quite nicely on FB ( Facebook not Fat Buddah ) Meldy, didn't recognise you. Hope it was a fun night.
We had a very good night thank you! Nice to see all the boys in Black Tie as well !!
Good stuff - must try and get along to one at some point. Nearest was Manchester and Em was overdue at the time.
Sounds as if a jolly fine time was had by all. I'm most miffed at having missed Raf in his kilt.
Well, after 3 1/2 weeks of no running, I've just done the slowest 3 miles I've ever run but it felt bloody marvellous. In my defence, 90% of the route was sheet ice (although 50% of that had snow on top to give a wee bit of grip).
I do keep forgetting you are slightly more North than the rest of us Nursey !!Holgs, it would be good to see you both as well
Holgs, you are rapidly turning in to an Aferlete! A far cry from the bloke that inspired thousands!
A snotty 8 miler in my lunch hour today. Feeling v knackered, but managed to sweat most of Saturday evening out. Early night #2 tonight.
Nurse Ratched wrote (see)
Sounds as if a jolly fine time was had by all. I'm most miffed at having missed Raf in his kilt. Well, after 3 1/2 weeks of no running, I've just done the slowest 3 miles I've ever run but it felt bloody marvellous. In my defence, 90% of the route was sheet ice (although 50% of that had snow on top to give a wee bit of grip).
KIit? I thought it was a skirt!!
I'd even shaved my legs specially
Oh dear god .....
IronCat5 in the Hat wrote (see)
.........and that coming from a man who not only waxed his legs before Outlaw, but posted photos as well
SausageDog wrote (see)
Waxing is a bit gay though, at least i did mine with a belt sander to keep some manliness in the process.
Meh. Wax on, angle-grind off. Don't overtrain!
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