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Olympics

Posted: 20/08/2016 at 13:52

Just found this and regardless of where she finish's it's worth thinking about. 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-37131993

 

Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 20/08/2016 at 13:45

 Have just been doing a bit of research on the womans tri if anyone needs motivation ever again watch this. I err best wash up now.

Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 19/08/2016 at 21:21

 Oy you great big wazzock thats no way to talk any more of that and I will set the missus on you. She can bite off your knee caps.

Plan for the weekend work, bacon, listen to Wednesday lose or not?, late night to watch mo win gold hopefully and then early morning cycle to Coventry for a sportive. I may do the washing up as well because Sarah's at her mum's and she will kill me if I don't.

Just in case just entered Nottingham Marathon if any of the locals want to play. 

Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 16/08/2016 at 13:57

Becks hair problems no longer really a problem for me. But for a tri you will need to wear one anyway and a big believer in training to same as you will race so I'd i'd it a try and see how you go.

Mrs Cake heard vit C useful for chlorine so got her a gardening water spray that she filled with water and a vit C tablet and used once and now sits in the kitchen because she keeps forgetting it so no wiser as to if it's any good.

Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 15/08/2016 at 22:17

 Mrs D Any self defecation will be met with a swift blow to the head with a large wet trout. Everyone wibbles before a big race it's human nature. The important thing is to not let yourself worry yourself to fail before the race has started. I know you can do the swim and I know you can do the bike trust your training and trust yourself or I've get mischievous on you.  

Oh and cheers for the cake at the weekend sorry I was to court up in mincing to say thanks properly.

Familiar Friendly Competition 2016

Posted: 14/08/2016 at 19:25

Proper swim to remind me why I'm not to found of swimming.

August

Cheggers - (464) (353) (467) (402) (480) (600) (538) 236
AlGiff - (149) (210) (160) (187) (222) (172) (212) 80
LJS - (100) (49) (166) (133.5) (165) (95) (216) 57.5 
Trogs - (31.1)(28.4)(38.7)(88)(94.3)(137)(123.2) 47.1 
Rafi - (156)(108) (185) (81) (96) (164) (134) 44 
Bobs Your Father - (47)(45)(80)(120) (134) (94) (118) 42
Ironwolf - (25) (26) (50.5) (38) (62) (45) (116) 37 
Magna Carter - (299) (348) (320) (354) (248) (282) (290) 23 
Nursey - (70) (82) (125) (143) (200) (130) (70) 21 
Mathschick - (164) (138) (147) (140) (168) (150) (149.2) 20
Cake - 29


Did July about your PB?

WildWill - (23.2) (45.2) (136.2) (167.3) (150.8) (259) (226)  
Posh Twat - (185) (157.5) (214.5) (154.5) (187) (238.5) 128.5

   

Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 11/08/2016 at 21:45

Mrs L big advantage of early mornings as well is you will be training at the same time as you might be racing. Helps a little to get your body used to the exertion come race day. 

Familiar Friendly Competition 2016

Posted: 11/08/2016 at 15:27

light swim ahead of the weekend.

August

Cheggers - (464) (353) (467) (402) (480) (600) (538) 188 
AlGiff - (149) (210) (160) (187) (222) (172) (212) 68
LJS - (100) (49) (166) (133.5) (165) (95) (216) 43.5 
Rafi - (156)(108) (185) (81) (96) (164) (134) 44
Trogs - (31.1)(28.4)(38.7)(88)(94.3)(137)(123.2) 29.9 
Ironwolf - (25) (26) (50.5) (38) (62) (45) (116) 24 
Magna Carter - (299) (348) (320) (354) (248) (282) (290) 23 
Nursey - (70) (82) (125) (143) (200) (130) (70) 21 
Bobs Your Father - (47)(45)(80)(120) (134) (94) (118) 20
Cake - 12 
Mathschick - (164) (138) (147) (140) (168) (150) (149.2) 14

Did July about your PB?

WildWill - (23.2) (45.2) (136.2) (167.3) (150.8) (259) (226) 
Posh Twat - (185) (157.5) (214.5) (154.5) (187) (238.5) 128.5

Another try

Posted: 11/08/2016 at 15:26

 Oh mate if your Durham you might like to think about some fell running for a laugh/new angle on running. I hills. 

Olympics

Posted: 10/08/2016 at 23:35

Just in case anyone's asleep right now or was doing anything else try and make sure you don't hear to much about this but find the GB v Argentina match and watch it from the start. It's mental if you do rugby you can't even tell it's a 7's match for much of it. F*ck me that was good. 

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