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Posted: Today at 11:59

well done JR! Went to the gym last night and did what im now calling the "tricky triple" 20 minute row, 20 minute spin, 20 minute run with no rest break.....phew its a good one!!

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Posted: Yesterday at 08:45

Given the terrain I would call that fairly unscathed oh nice, that's not far from you isn't it?

Had a nice stretch at the gym last night. 5 minute walk, 20 minute row, 20 minute walk, 10 minute row, couple of stretches....done

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Posted: 03/03/2015 at 08:56

NICE!! Thats a lot of up! Yeah legs are a bit thrashed but not mega bad. My toe is a little bruised and I have a bit of a grumpy blister from the mud and stones....probably got something in it

Going to try and have a easy workout at the gym today, bit of rowing, bit of spinning, that sort of thing.

What marathon are you going for JR?

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Posted: 02/03/2015 at 10:27

well done JR!

LOADS of mud and hills for me too. just under 27 miles of boggy slippery mud and pretty nasty hills. Everyone there was saying its the hardest marathon they have ever done and most of them were in the 100 marathon club!!! I was running with a guy for a little while who was doing his 600th!! He said there was a guy up front who has done 800 and something........I stopped thinking about being tired at that point.

It was a tough old day, I would call it a mini north downs way. The organizer was talking about moving to june next year. If that is the case im all over it!! I think I could tear around there a lot quicker with some solid footing. My first lap even with the boggy mud was 57 minutes for just over 5.5 miles. Loads of great long downhill sections to take advantage of.

The winner was in at around 3:20 I think.......bonkers!!! No idea how he got round that so fast!!

I came in was a suprising sprint finish at 5:51. I had nothing left to give other than a smile

edit - just had it confirmed that the elevation gain was 2356ft....just under half a mile ha ha ha ouch

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Posted: 26/02/2015 at 17:05

JR - I am going to gauge it by the first lap, if its not too messy then ill give it a good bash. If the mud is too silly then ill just enjoy it and get round.

Keep your chin up Robert we are all here to keep you going

330 - a new one in Mill Hill. 5 (ish) mile hilly muddy loops, should be a giggle.

I think Grendel had to bail if its the xc your talking about?

Yeah not long to go now. Amsterdam was fun on the legs ha ha ha Sunday could be pretty tough 

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Posted: 23/02/2015 at 08:40

sorry I have been out, just not posting much of late. Parkrunning and sprint training and its now taper time for the marathon on sunday

I have to go to Amsterdam for a couple of days for work. Kinda hoped to just relax but instead ill have a couple of days ladder training 

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Posted: 13/02/2015 at 11:54

pretty sure if anyone is in front of me the only thing they are going to see is a massive ball of light.......for ages!!

 

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Posted: 12/02/2015 at 11:46

hey folks, sorry ive not been around a lot ive been fighting, and loosing the battle with a cold. Its been about 7 weeks now and still hasnt shifted.

Oh well im sure its great training for my first marathon of the year in 2 weeks ha ha ha.

Got myself a new headtorch that im eager to try out Its a led lenser seo 7r, 220 lumens of BOSH!  The battery wont last that long but its got to be better that not seeing at all!!  

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Posted: 06/02/2015 at 16:09

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Posted: 06/02/2015 at 10:15

really glad to hear that you are enjoying monkey tag we have a lovely bunch of folks over there

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