You fell asleep in the office SBD?
Agree with you about the mid week long runs- I'll have to find time to do a few. rather than the double day which is easier to fit around work.
There are days like that Gerard- but they all count!
Great miles from GD and PMJ- I would dream of that pace in a sole training run- very impressed.
Still freezing here but wind chill is lower. Settled for a double day= 10.5 miles total but pathetically slow pace. The body still feels good though, recovered and no niggles.
Should get to back to 50 this week with a parkrun blast planned for Saturday
Junior still on the bench Gerard- she has exams at the mo so no issue to ease off for a couple of weeks.
Poacher I hate gyms and I hate gardening- a session at your place sounds like hell on earth for me. I did 10k in an outdoor Alpine blizzard today (-9 in Switz.) which was much more entertaining.
Good pace there SBD, mine was about 3 mins per mile slower
Rare visit to welcome the new thread for 2017. Great summary Jimbob and glad to hear you are on the road back to your dizzy heights.
I'll not make it this year, but 2018 for sure (London, Paris, Barcelona I'm thinking). I'll see Jim at the GFA VLM start as usual.
I was also in York for the Brass Monkey Andy W- great conditions for running but no PB for me either.
Yes noted that your posts are getting later Gul, the lie in
Not sure about wava Birch but pacing was very good allowing a low heart rate (avg. 154), and average cadence of 192
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