LarryStillUndefeated


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working at it slowly

Posted: 10/05/2015 at 19:41
Oooh Podds, well done!!! a much more positive ride by the sound of it. Awesome!

DL running. ?? Fancy, me missing that

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Posted: 10/05/2015 at 19:37
(((((((Sluggie and MS)))))))))

I love the picture in my head of tandem offroading

Well done everyone else. Lucky (hopefully) lamb, meldy.

Congratulations Spence!!

Tactics Daffers, whatever next???

I had my first bike ride of this year earlier this week. The hand is more mended than otherwise and luckily, as we are mostly traffic free here, I was able to rest frequently. One hour. That'll do for starters

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Posted: 10/05/2015 at 19:11
Hello all

Looks like I had better read back. Ii appear to be behind a bit

Scatters some of these ((((((()))))))

Fab morning at the run club. Great race, well organized, good company. It inspired me to have an hour's trot myself when I got home. Luverly

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Posted: 06/05/2015 at 11:22

Meldy - I hope Murph just has a bit of stiffness and its nothing more than that. What a worry our furry friends can be sometimes.

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Posted: 06/05/2015 at 11:20

good mornings

Well done Daffs, super running. I like your list of challenges.

Well done too indeed Podds. Horrendous conditions. You is well brave!!

Bah to everyone's punctures. I dread that as I can't mend one without Mr l standing next to me instructing!

(((((((Sluggie family)))))

I did 2 hours and 10 mins on the treadmill r/w yesterday. Happy with that as I kept the speed slow in exchange for a bit more endurance. That is the way to go for me. My body breaks down if I try to combine the two. Lesson finally learned after many years of trying

Noggs, great to hear its all going well with the knee.

Weather here is horrible, as I suspect it is in most places. I think I will hibernate.

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Posted: 01/05/2015 at 13:35
(((((Snailly))))) thinking of you xxx

Looking good Noggs

Podds, having a target will help,I am sure.

Deep breaths Farfar, nearly home time.

A rest day for me. Tired and achy today so listening to my body, not my brain .

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Posted: 29/04/2015 at 16:14
Great Spence. I have to do constant strengthening for the legs otherwise if I leave it off for a week or two, I soon feel it in the knees.

I have said I will do some events next year in the isle of wight. They have a two week walking festival in may -too soon for me this year- an off road half Marathon in June, cycling events - I remember Podds doing one - another walking event in October for a couple of days, everything covered during the year from 5ks to 75mile ultra. I can combine spending time with the kids and doing some of this. Holly has even said she will do the walk the wight half marathon with me next year. so much to look forward to

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Posted: 29/04/2015 at 14:41
Hi. Spence. Holly keeps talking about moving back here but after being with her this time, I really don't think she will. She has a lot to give up that she will not have if she lives in southend again. It's so lovely there, I can understand why she would be reluctant to leave.
I read you pulled out of a race - are you injured?

I have done 5 miles in the spare room and 20 minutes of core work on the ball. Feeling rather pleased with my day time for a rest

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Posted: 29/04/2015 at 10:51

I like the garden Podds. Great work and such a difference. And Meldy Gardening?? whatever next...........

Well done on the VLM supporting Yums, and I am so pleased to hear your club chum was ok and managed to finish the race.

Paula Radcliff's finish brought a lump to my throat.

Its everyone's achievements, no matter how big or small, or how far, that have kept me motivated to carry on for these last few years. I am in awe of you lot at times. xx

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Posted: 29/04/2015 at 10:50

Good morning lovey Waisters

 haven't been iin here for a whie. Ooops, now my writing is in italics and I don't know how to change it back to normal!!

A mixture of not much time, having to use my tablet ( fb being quicker and easier to 'pop' in and out of,) and not being able to sit at the 'big' computer, as it makes my knee sore, has meant I have missed much. Apologies for my long absenses.

A big hooray to the racers and trainers at the weekend. pb's and spontaneous marathons, long rides, all inspiring.

(((((Snailly)))) Get well soon, folow the Dragon lady's advice.

((((Sue))))) Hope the chestyinfection is soon on its way out.Nice shiny new bathroom

Bon voyage Chuggs. See yuo on the other side.

Nice knee Noggs. I have had a couple of ops that wwere stapled. Not pretty to look at but surprisingly easy to remove. I hope recovery is onwards and upwards for you. It sounds like you are being the model patient.

Sunday, inspired and motivated by VLM and you lot, I run/waked 9.17 miles. I am well chuffed with that. My calf held up well and my hip was controlled by the ususal painkillers. Unfortunately the cortisone injection is not working fully yet but I get by.

I have holidayed with Holly and Stanley and got back last Thursday. We had a fab week, she asked if I could go over and give her a bit of a break for a while. I was happy to be able to do that and had some preciious time with them both. Lots of fun, weather was lovely most of the time. We had a play on the beach, some sun bathing, playing in the park... and I got in a couple of lovely r/walks.....those hills...I hadn't run a hill in years  but i thoroughly enjoyed it. I was home all too soon. But it was greast to get back to Ozzydog who I missed a lot.  Oh, and Mr L too

Yesterday I did some strength work, weights and ball. Today I can hardly move. Creaking and sore, but all in a good way. haha.

Its blowy and cloudy here, looks like rain so I think I will put on some tunes and have a plod on the tready for a while.

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