Thanks glad I am not alone with the no idea about %!
Have they released the bike route yet?
Just delivered 7 sacks of stuff to CRUK shop and got a parking ticket for the pleasure so well fed up.If I hadn't already done my run it would have by 45mins Z4!
manflu felt better when exercising.............shouldn't really have gone with raised HR but the chance to have a bike ride in company in the dry somewhere different was too good to miss...........maybe racing the park run first of all wasn't too good.............average hr on the run 171.............average HR on the bike 160...not what fink ordered
thanks to BBT for waiting for me on the hills.......my park run was so much faster than i could have hoped for at this stage of training........and the bike ride was nice and scenic............i believe we were just a couple of miles short of 50...........
i am ready for bed now to recover and try and get my HR back to normal
PB in the park run this morning - 20:22 (although it was my first one )
Great ride after with Seren, although a little to warm almost thought it was summer for a minute, and I would recomend Serens flapjacks
Approach to the station will have signs saying "throw your empty bottles here" or, if it's the Pirate Station, some vguely amusing abuse. So you slow down a bit, you chuck your empty bottle(s) in the net. Ahead of you will be a line of friendly faces (or Schmunkee and her evil henchmen), holding out full bottles and shouting "High 5.... High 5". Make eye contact with one, give them a clue you're incoming, grab the bottle and push it in your cage. After that you'll have a repeat line shouting "Water... Water". If you drop your bottle, grab another. If you're going slowly enough, you can get two. After the water is another string of helpers holding gels, half bananas and energy bars and shouting to let you know which. Grab what you want, stuff it somewhere, and get yourself moving. There's another opportunity to jettison empties or litter at the end of the station. They also have a little mech station for any fixes you need to do, and some chemi toilets.
They're good as gold, Slokey, as long as some tee-wat doesn't come screaming in like an exocet on his TT bike at 22mph shouting for a refill of their speedfill .
New parkrun pb today, great to see SA at AStbury, then out for 30 steady miles with a friends lad, which included Mow Cop twice, once to get there and once right at the end of the home trip. I did manage to avoid Killer Mile though
that makes it sound like the feed stations are massive I assume it's OK to stop and grab stuff whilst being abused and getting random hugs?
My HIM had 1 table so you had to stop (and chatter!)
Finally got to the pool today and did a slow 1m then gave up as fed up with kids swimming widths and diving/handstands etc
love my 910 as I don't have to count I know for sure I would have forgotten the lap count today with the kids. It also very cleverly noticed I did 1 length of granny swimming at the end!
its ok to stop but its all wasted time........best not to
on my HIM is was 4 laps so being slow I had 1hr between feed stations (13m) so I just had 1 bottle of SIS and a mini malt loaf per lap. Are they this frequent on an IM? Will I need to carry more? I can only get 1 bottle on my bike as I have a tiny frame. How much should we be looking to eat/drink?
26weeks to go!
mine only has one bottle as its small...........i personally think on IM that its nowhere near enough............you will have to think of a way of adding another one...........i have one that goes between my tribars...........there are others that will fit onto the back of the saddle.........
sort it out now as you will need to use them for the long bike rides
Well 50miles done and dusted. Quite chuffed as it felt ok. Stopped half way for a quick coffee and flapjack (too cold to stop long) Need to sort my food and hydration out as that was all I had. Alright when you're just going home but not when you have to double that and add a marathon
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