Welcome back, tiny seems like those runners legs are back.
Wow, wotta stunning holiday. I'm glad to hear you made the most of it. This is not the place or time to make sacrifices and deny yourself things
I was sulking all of last week with a hamstring strain. Got it out of nowhere in the middle of a 10 miler. RICE and ibuprofen seem to have helped though. I managed 6 nearly pain free miles wearing a compression sleeve today. It was pouring rain but I didn't.care. Was just so glad to run again!!
Brixton: I think you're on the wrong thread you should look for sub 3 judging by those paces . Awesome. I remember managing ONE 2:58 800m rep once many years ago.... but I nearly threw up at the end!! Mine usually come in at 3:15 ish.... and that's on a good day
Sorry to hear about the lurgy, AA and Freemers. It's the time of year
Great 20 miler, Freemers
Take your time with recovery, AA. Those viruses are nasty and have to be taken seriously.
Doesn't sound much of a holiday, O4S. Well done on another excellent age graded result . Sounds very cold for Lanza!! I guess we were lucky in January. It's always really windy there but at least we could use the pool and brave the sea.
I was sulking quietly in the corner... my calf pain of Thursday last week turned into a hamstring strain at the weekend I did zero running until today, RICEd it and used anti inflams for 5 days (thanks Dr. Google). Today I managed 6 miles on grass ok. I'm wearing one of these compression sleeves around my thigh and that seems to do the trick. Fingers crossed its healing ok.
aww, she's gorgeous, wabo! You wouldn't know what a tough start to life she had ...
garage: 2 cars, 4 bikes, workbench, garden furniture, patio heater, 2 sets of summer tyres, a shelf and a cupboard. You can tell it's a big garage but not big enough to accommodate a dreadmill. Or bike rack.
The marathon is next Thursday, but I have a last minute entry to a 6hr event on Sunday would like to have a crack at my 30M & 40M PB's . This may or may not effect the quality of my marathon 4 days later