Stuart well done on the long speedy run. Also great park run and good to save the sub 19 for another PB!!
Ollie hope the early run went well.
Teknik 11.3 miles is a decent shift in the heat.
A new experience for me on Thursday - mountain biking! My friend (ex British MTB champ) loaned me one of her full sus carbon bikes. What a workout, I was exhausted!! Back to normal training after a rest day on Friday; a 12.5 mile run yesterday, my longest since Frankfurt 2014 then a 40 mile spin today (with coffee and cakes) followed by a 5.85 mile run.
Well done on the early miles Cal and have a great holiday!
Sub17 thats an interesting approach - is the low run mileage due to injury?
Ollie that sounds like a nice 15 miles.
Good luck with the race MG1.
Great that you got out HM4!
Stuart well done carrying on with the 11 in thunder!!
OH well done on the 21.
Dr D thats a tough shift doing the back to back miles.
Tek hope things cool down a bit for you.
Had a great cycle Monday night after a fartlek run. Legs complained a bit after two runs. Cycled up Cairngorm to the ski car park on Tuesday morning which was amazing then an easy short run in the afternoon. A treadmill run yesterday as I'm too chicken to go out in thunder then a turbo in the evening. Hill reps planned today and hopefully a pedal in the sun.
Dr D hope the bikes are ok! My summer bike has a squeak and no idea what it is - hope its not the bearings. Planning a Cairngorm spin tomorrow as I believe that's summer for us up here!!
Great weekly mileage Stuart, Ollie and Tek! And lots of great long runs; sound really tough in the heat. Cal I don't mind laps for the long run, sounds nicer than busy roads.
Did an easy 5.5 miles after the bike rr marshalling yesterday - had to as I ate a shameful amount of cakes at the hall afterwards - then another 5.5 this morning but really creaky today!! Hope the second run goes better.
Stuart you are absolutely flying! You definitely have the speed so current PB is irrelevant
Nice 12 miler Ollie and great that it was goose free! Also super speedy park run and well done on the 2nd.
Sub17 I agree, by the time you buy the frame and get it all assembled much cheaper getting a bike - also if you had a new frame you would probably want a new groupset and of course the all important wheels!!
Nice hilly run OH.
Great park run result Cal!
Teknik good that you got a recovery run done despite the heat.
Did my first park run in two years today - worst park run time (I've only done 4). Tried to take it easy at the start but pace was very even - 20:46, second lady and set a new course best for my geriatric category! Arrived too late for a wee jog to warm up so happy enough with that.
NN yes I have my own treadmill in the garage; keep waiting for it to break down as it's a fair age now! Great long run today and sounds like you paced it perfectly.
Stuart thats a very impressive MP run. Your marathon PB must be around 3 hours now or is that your target? I didn't get out for a second cycle on Tuesday. Legs were a bit trashed after intervals and the fast cycle.
Thats a busy race schedule Cal.
Dr D I think I would have forgotten where the car was after all that!!
Gaz great threshold session.
Well done HM4.
Teknik great MP session.
Sub17 did you come off the bike for the frame to break? Do you have any bike in mind? I would be devastated if I broke my bike!
Ollie hope you have no after effects of the tumble! Well done on the PB!
An easy short run and turbo for me on Wednesday then 10 mile run on Thursday (8mm av) with a 30 mile cycle at night. Rest day today then a couple of short runs over the weekend. Will be marshalling again - at my club's stage race this time.