Jools - nice club session. BIrch / PMJ - good mileage. I had been on course for 2500 this year till the calf strain. Somewhere just short of 2300 at the moment and I have now missed two days in a row. Felt pretty rough last night, so had a lie-in this morning.
Leslie - I think we got the rest of your rain during the night. The barber's shop opens at 6am officially, but he's usually there by about 5:30. Lorenzo - you do love your mud, don't you?! PMJ - they're only guidelines really. Their "general aerobic" run could be just about anything (except for anaerobic obviously!) VTr - excellent year of running. SJ - looking good. OG - hi, how are you doing? No run this morning - too busy doing Christmas related things. Might manage to sneak one in on Sunday morning instead.
Pen and paper here. I used to log everything in a spreadsheet too, but that fell by the wayside. However, this year I've been logging my runs (manually - no Garmin) on RW's runhub. PMJ - nice MLR. It's strange the difference in the way P&D describe the LSRs in the 1st and 2nd editions. I'm sure the version I read said the first 4-5 miles build up to MP+20%, then run the bulk of the miles (8-10?) at MP+20%, and then accelerate up to MP+10% for the last 4-5 miles. Lorenzo - good mileage. VTr - hope cutting back resfreshes you ready for the New Year. GM - enjoy Belgium. 5 recovery miles and a haircut d&d.
GM - have a good time with your son and brother-in-law. PMJ - If I make VLM 2016 it will be just before my 50th. I see we have an international athlete on the CCSTF team. Sorry, but I'm in a rush yet again... 11 miles @ 8:51 m/m this morning, but no time to post earlier!
GD - this is going to be confusing... Leslie - good running! MsE - go easy on that chocolate! Poacher - nice target. PMJ - 3:14:59 is the most ambitious target I dare set. Let's see how the next 12 weeks or so go. MLR d&d this morning. Tiniest of twinges from the same calf this morning, so did 14 ultra-mega-uber-slow miles @ 9:27 m/m. I'll try and stick to slow mode till the New Year now and hope the calf holds up.