morning, Ale - glad to hear you're OK, I think we've all had our 'comedy' moments... Birks - good luck to missB. Are they only allowed to do one event? Picked my youngest up yesterday from some inter schools thing, she also did HJ as well as the jav and the 1k. The run was on a 300m (grass) track.
what - hopefully 4 or 5 if I get time why - been busy (work) plus have U11 competition tonight to officiate at, so may well struggle for time afterwards last rest - monday last hard - tuesday
occasionally - its an hour plus on the train (45 miles) but have done the 'get off a stop (or two) early' routine before, and often run from the station to the office. Breakfast not usually a problem, as eat at home, get the train for 45-50 minutes and then run the last 4 or 5 miles into work.
Chicka, take it easy with the dodgy quad...foam roller? nice riding LmH, ideal sort of weather I guess? Bit blustery though I imagine! OH - I'll mention it for the clubs trip next year or the year after... Update - 7.5 miles along the Southbank playing dodge the school trippers, then up to the Palace via Westminster, down the Mall hurdling Japanese tourists and replicating a VLM finish & back along the Embankment. Legs felt a bit weary, but ended up quite zippy, averaging 7m30 miles...
morning all, Ale - hope your daughter enjoys it, I'm sure it will be a lovely experience. LmH, postie - ah the south coastal hills, have to say enjoy running those when I get the chance. NZC - mine was 10 miles Took yesterday as a rest day, sore hammys, busy day at work and committee meeting in the evening that finished at 10 conspired to tell me what I ought to know. Today - ran to work from the station, hardly a postie commute, merely a 2k leg stretcher. Will do some kind of speedwork lunchtime as can't get to the club tonight: both girls have schools athletics fixtures. Why - back in the saddle last rest - yesterday last hard - Sunday