I had a quick look at that "caveman diet" and it seems you would need to do a lot of planning in order to stay on course. I guess each to their own..
Last night i got the wii fit out for a bit of fun before retiring to bed. quite surprised to see that I have lost a fair bit of weight (I rarely use scales). I am almost the lightest i have been in quite a few years. Just after Christmas i weighed 69kg which was the heaviest i have been and now i am just above 60kg. I haven't been trying to lose weight but i have cut a lot of fat out of my diet. I guess this slimming world that my OH is doing has helped me too..
Went and had a "nice" sports massage today and aside from slightly tender calves, I now feel ready for Chester...
:-S Shades I do find it really tough to run slowly. even when I'm with someone who is slower then me I tend to push the pace up without trying... I guess I still got some self discipline to learn..
Sk - well done on your 10k time. Nice to see the family involved too.
One of the guys in our club ran the Berlin marathon today and he come in At 2:31. Absolutely amazing running. .
Big_G - sometimes a change of scenery is a good thing. I am currently a postman and although it is still a good job considering the changes that have happened but it isn't something I would recommend to anyone who had been in a position of responsibility or management as you are treated like a number. ..But I guess that can be said about alot of employers atm.. I'm sure you will do what is right for you. .
Shades - I don't know whether I should be annoyed or pleased with myself . I went out for a run this afternoon with the intention to do about 10 miles. I did 12 miles in the end. I kept relaxed and just ran but found myself increasing the pace with no extra effort. I averaged 7:04/mile but I found that pace very easy. . Does that mean the faster paces are now part of my natural running style?
Shades - running with a hangover is probably up there as one thing I would avoid at all times...
Will head out for a light easy 10 miles today and enjoy the cooler weather. Just hope my aching arms can handle it.. I decided to make use of the nice weather yesterday and wash/polish and hoover the car. I underestimate how long it would take me and after 4 hrs I finished and it looks clean and shiny.. Phew.. That's what we get for buying a 7 seater but it was very satisfying to see it clean...