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Posted: Yesterday at 10:28

Ace painting, Dank-art - hope bids flu upwards.  

Speedy Simon D!  And Pompey Matt too 

Have a good 'un today, marsh 

Rest & build up steadily, Nessie - it's the foundations of further improvement [gosh, I sound like a teacher too!]

It's not good but it's ok covers my last few weeks'running: hamstring, hip, falling over and waking up feeling like I'd already run.  Still, should be 40 miles again this week [stupid 2000 miles a year target] and I'm a little easier.  

Thanks, Nessie et al. for your concern - bad patches are made for going through! 

My Last Run

Posted: 29/04/2015 at 10:08

Just divesting myself of the porker injury when I go arris over tête crossing an innocent looking sandy drop.  Watch stopped just after impact - naturally - some honest Anglo-Saxon oaths, and I hauled myself up on a convenient fence post to resume activities.   The elephantine elbow is now even larger, with just a couple of grazes.

Must be less careless....

6.1 miles, Day 1550.

My Last Run

Posted: 26/04/2015 at 23:52

Nessie, small looks more exhausted than you!  Brilliant racing and a massive prize simply to be there!  x

Really delighted for you, SB: all the training, early & late, road & not and the niggles were worthwhile.  Big congrats 

Running with a chesty cough

Posted: 25/04/2015 at 10:36

+1  Your body's repairing itself after the infection: it doesn't need extra demands making - so, very steady as you do: not gonna be a PB attempt anyway.

Suffering from Diarrhoea and Marathon on Sunday

Posted: 25/04/2015 at 10:27

seren's is the low-risk option imo.

My Last Run

Posted: 24/04/2015 at 23:19

I've enjoyed your Mara training progress & updates, Nessie & SB but not quite enough to follow your lead...well, not this year anyway!  

Run smart, run safe, run swift - and run with the sun in your heart. 

My Last Run

Posted: 23/04/2015 at 11:02

Thanks for your good wishes, JT, Cal, DunkyD and SB.  Inflammation went down overnight; just some residual soreness.  Feel much more myself, with 6.3 miles of trail & beach, rounding the old coastguard station this morning.  Streak day = 1542.

Great going, marsh!  And the very best of fortune to the thread's Marathoners this weekend. 

My Last Run

Posted: 21/04/2015 at 18:12

The sun's brought out some ace performances. ........

........but not from me   This morning's 6.1 miler was more enjoyable than of late, with beach & trail featuring.  Got to college and my elbow has swollen to elephantine proportions and I feel as rough as a robber's dog.   Last tumble mid-Jan., so not that.

Then Vicky [beauty therapist] diagnoses olecranon bursitis, needing antibiotics.  She's just recovering from it herself.  Not Streak threatening but awkward & painful.

 

My Last Run

Posted: 16/04/2015 at 22:03

Welcome back, DD. 

JT - resident mileage monster! 

0700 Fine, cool, chilly morning, so I took a tour of a deserted Rimrose Valley Country Park, taking in some of the Leeds-Liverpool Canal, then through Potter's Barn Park on my way past the Marina and - inevitably - up the beach.

The hammy?  Don't ask.  7.5 miles failed to improve its humour. 

My Last Run

Posted: 15/04/2015 at 11:50

marsh, I've run in the Clwydians often, including the 'A' rated fell race  - but that was many miles ago!  Wonderful country!

Porker's a tad easier: 7am  7.3 miles over Crosby Coastal Park, the Marina & up the beach as the tide lapped gently around my feet.  Friendly breeze too.  

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