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Help needed!

Posted: Yesterday at 21:39

Going too fast can bring on shin pains, it happened when I restarted, I had to slow the pace down.

Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: Yesterday at 16:40

Good to hear Bookie is on the mend, just make sure the recovery is long enough to prevent a relapse.

Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 18/08/2014 at 21:33

UltraTriChick, Outlaw Half sold out so you will need to get in via a charity. Fort William for a HIM sounds pretty but tough. If I can do a HIM a week after falling off my bike anything is possible.


Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 18/08/2014 at 21:29

OK,  I cannot go fast just steady. I will drop it into conversation with Mr Steady tomorrow after his hospital appointment, but should be OK for doing the bike part.  Who is on the email list for VIP entry for full Outlaw I am not, who is going to hit the PC the minute entries open?

Anyone up for a women only sportive down in Sussex at the Goodwood motor racing circuit, 35/50 or 70 miles. 31st August.



Mundane thread

Posted: 18/08/2014 at 18:37

Cake that job looks good, but I would not be able to control myself and the only research would be done in the form of eating the stuff.

I had the company of a staffie dog this morning on the packed train, he was wearing a blue Battersea coat with the words, Battersea dog - I need a home. He was gorgeous but a little nervous at sudden noises and movements.

Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 18/08/2014 at 18:18

Mrs Digger, no I did not get an afternoon nap but ticked off quite a few things on the to-do list.  I also cooked a roast turkey breast and home made gluten free apple pie, so that scored lots of brownie points with Mr Steady.

I have entered the ballot for Ride London for next year, as I want to be able to say that I did the full 100 and did the hills.

Thinking about doing a sportive this autumn but not sure whether to push for doing a 100 miler or do a lesser distance. I dislike the way they put so many hills into sportives.

Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 17/08/2014 at 14:59

Ooh, I have been OW swimming yesterday, then this morning a 23 mile ride out with the club, supposed easy/recovery ride but ended up on Epsom Downs and then doing an area known as little Switzerland on the way back.

I may need a little sleep this afternoon.

Mundane thread

Posted: 16/08/2014 at 16:40

UB It came through work and is free of charge for a year, we get lots of things for our health and well being offered, Called a US company by the sound of the voice used but seems OK, appears to be a cross between meditation and relaxation. I signed up then found out that it was available on Iphone and android but not for windows  phone and yes of course I have a windows phone, so I log in at home as the work laptops do not have a headphone socket.

In more mundane news, I have been crossing off tasks on the to-do list, but there seem to be many more to do.

Mundane thread

Posted: 15/08/2014 at 22:13

I have done day 2 of a mindfulness course, it only takes 10 minutes a session, 8 to go.

I am half way through the pile of ironing, it may get done tomorrow, but all other tasks seem better than that, so will probably wash my bike instead.


Training for a shorter Tri

Posted: 15/08/2014 at 18:48

Oh, will look at that Cake, thanks for the tip off.

I have been out for a bit of a bimble. Definitely more walk than jog, but it is a start. The body hurt a tiny bit at the novelty of doing it.


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