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Mundane thread

Posted: Yesterday at 17:51

Oh, ouch, take care GFB and enjoy your travels.

Craft shop did not have exactly what I wanted but I will go back there for a longer look another time.


End of Season Social 2014

Posted: Yesterday at 14:43

Thanks for the bounce I was just thinking about whether it was still on.


Posted: Yesterday at 14:36

FerrousTom, I have a Tacx and do the same but find that it is easier when following audio instructions for which gear to be in, also I now have a few DVDs and they tell you which cogs to be in, so leaving the resistance lever alone seems quite normal, just alter it as you get fitter to keep the effort the same.

Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: Yesterday at 14:27

Cake is the master in distraction techniques, as proved by the assistance in getting me around the run on Outlaw Half.  Dustboy is good for talking to you on the bike, he gets me up the hills.

Mundane thread

Posted: Yesterday at 14:23

Bookie, in the meantime whilst awaiting seagull proof bags, try spraying with window cleaner or other strong/lemony cleaning products that can deter them as the smell mixed with usual plastic bin bag is an odd one that confuses them. It worked for us before the council went over to wheelie bins.

Eaten too much, but when I finish work today I will be going to a craft shop for a nosey round.

Pain in the chest...

Posted: 20/10/2014 at 21:46

Did the Doc check/test for asthma.
My asthma kicked off with a tight chest and coughing lots after a run. Been on inhalers for a good few years and now no problems so long as it is under control.

Mundane thread

Posted: 20/10/2014 at 21:38

Bins back in, emptied and now neatly  lined up next to the garage.

((SC)) hope tomorrow is not as crappy as you think it might be.


Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 20/10/2014 at 18:26

Donuts taste the best after long runs.


Mundane thread

Posted: 20/10/2014 at 18:22

I have a little bag of Haribo, I am tired and happy, but could soon get grumpy.


Thigh pain

Posted: 19/10/2014 at 18:03

I will be interested to hear the outcome. Have similar but not so bad.

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