Stuart Leaney

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Posted: 12/08/2014 at 08:47

Padams - He seems to have ignored any flux capacitor analysis, good luck tonight.

Jools - Love the pic.

bains - Sounds like a great session.

CW - Glad to read that the legs have improved.

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Posted: 11/08/2014 at 11:04

Lev - Get out there, run with some friends and just enjoy it, garmin-less and/or up hills is great as per Padams advice.  The mojo will soon return.

PP - congrats - sounds like less than ideal conditions.

AL - Great 50K and love the idea of a sprint finish

Jools and ON7 - Top 10K'ing..

I raced Friday night and was shit, off road(but flat) 10K in 33.15 for 2nd place, I'm not sure if the Heart flutter from earlier in the week was on my mind but I couldn't get in the hurt box, HR seemed elevated so I'nm going back to the doctors, no running, or maybe just easy running for the nxt week.

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Posted: 08/08/2014 at 08:40

TR - Sounds like fun.

DrD - Not sure if I have a target time, sub 2.30 would be nice and set me up for a decent stab at a pb VLM 2015.  Having said that and judging by the results it could be more of a race than a time trial.

Dan - That's an amazing picture.



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Posted: 07/08/2014 at 10:13

Dan - do you do that stuff by yourself?  I'll be honest it sounds absolutely fantastic and right up my street.

DrD - Happy birthday.


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Posted: 06/08/2014 at 14:16

Tmoth - A heart rate monitor may help with the perceived effort levels.

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Posted: 06/08/2014 at 09:58

PP - I'm still on doggy paddle mate, your Tuesday sessions are unbelievable.

TR - Hope the legs improve, sounds like a good Lido session.

Tmoth - As others have said, looks like you nailed it.  I've done a few BAC sessions and they're pretty tough work on your own, esp. in the morning.

Padams - Sounds positive.

TT - Budapest this Autumn, haven't a clue if it's fast or what the competition will be, I'm basically incorporating it into a long weekend of drinking and eating good food with the significant other!!


I had a heart flutter Monday night, popped the Hr monitor on for the night and morning until I could see the doctor and everything seemed fine.  the Doctor said my heart is fine (after we got past the usual low HR conversation) but to take it easy for a couple of days.  by all accounts the odd one is fine but it can become a concern if it happens regularly.

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Posted: 04/08/2014 at 09:23

TR - That's a great result, how are the legs this morning?

DrD - As others have said, all the best to you.

Padams - Glad to hear the pain is gone, hopefully the swelling goes soon.

PP -  Top result for a flat lander, likewise CW even if you're not particularly happy with the result.

RS - that's a real shame about the race but you seem to have recovered quickly enough.

Jools - Nice 3K result and well done on bagging a 20.

I had a decent weekends training, 10 with 5 at 5.15/mile and 22+4.5 yesterday, brings up 89 for the week, 95 last week.  Marathon training has started.



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Posted: 31/07/2014 at 10:50

ON7 - Good luck in the track race.

Good luck to all those going up and down hills this weekend, I've ever so jealous as I love that sort of thing.

PP -Another decent long'un with Mp and sub MP in.

TT - Hope the hayfeaver clears up.

17 before breakfast, nothing fast, legs are tired.  Oh and I had Marigold in my ear on a podcast, is there no escape!!!


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Posted: 27/07/2014 at 21:06

RJ - I've been working on getting these tree trunk legs to move a bit quicker in order to get a similar time to your target at next years VLM. In terms of races, bristol half and budapest marathon are the main focuses.

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Posted: 27/07/2014 at 20:30

Agree entirely with RJ about pacing, you doing much mate?

great to see MtR.

TR- seems like a decent weekends training.

 17 yesterday with 7@5.28, Christ was it hot, 19 this morning which brings up 94 for the week, surprisingly the legs feel pretty fresh. 

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