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5 miles in 47 minutes. Recovery run after yesterdays effort.
Good luck to anyone racing this weekend.
5k park run today with my 8 year old son. Time around 29 minutes, he did really well.
10km along foot paths near to this. There was around 210m of ascent and it took around 52 minutes. Beautiful.
unlucky Alib! Nice effort though.
nice scenery Redjeep!
Me; LSR, on the Meon Valley Trail, rather muddy in places. 21.7M in 3.02.50.
Feel pretty good, considering.
Alib - I get lost all the time when I run along trails, I always thought that was part of the fun of it !
DF - Nice running.
As it was Father's Day I was taken for a 7.5 km run along the local canal by my two teenage sons. They also convincingly "let" me beat them ....
I also got the world's best B.L.T sandwich made for me for lunch when I got home and a variety of running/ Triathlon stuff. It doesn't get much better than this.
14.65 miles yesterday afternoon.
One of those runs where you feel like you could run all day.
4M Mostly off road. Recovery run as legs heavy from yesterdays session. So easy/steady one
Redjeep: Cracking picture.
alib: Don't worry,getting lost occasionally is all part of running.
3miles easy for me off road as legs heavy and back stiff this morning. Wet up here. heavy drizzle.
Bikerbabe: Welcome here too
Thanks for the welcome!
After yesterdays fabby early morning run I had every intention of getting up again this morning before work, but "snoozed" the alarm 3 times, eek!
I think I should aim to maybe do 1 or 2 early morning runs before work (I only work p/t over 3 days) and then my long run on a Thurs and again on the weekend where my boy comes with me on his bike (many times I've thought of getting a backie from him).
Lovely sunny day here - though the I'm off to the Hoppings with the boy tonight so you can pretty much guarantee it will tip down later!
Hope you're better soon JT!
Welcome Bikerbabe! Hope it stays dry!
Me; 8M in this morning, with 15min at 6:30M/m pace. Looking forward to Sunday's 10k.
Hoping to get under 40 again.
Just a 3.7 mile slow run this morning, after last nights effort my calfs were really sore. I would have usually had a rest day toay but I had to drop my car off for an MOT so had to get back home some how.
8M back again, with three reps of starting slowly working up to a decent pace. Altogether in the order of 7:30m/M, so two good sessions today.
Good evening, folks. My irregular postings continue as does the Streak, currently at 143 days.
I'm liking the variety of running here and wish you all health & strength as a result
Just back from another run along the river in the picture. The trails were much muddier today and I almost ended up on my @rse half a dozen times. I need to get some proper off road shoes.
Still enjoyed it though....
Well done Swittle! Long may the streak continue!
Good stuff Bikerbabe; yes, you should get faster over time by increasing distances. When you're comfortable running over an hour at your steady pace you may want to introduce the odd shorter but slightly faster run, to accelerate the process of getting quicker. No point in overdoing it though!
Me: close to 14M on the South Downs Way. The rain made it quite a slippy affair. 2h3min.
Cheers, Dutch: kind of you to say 7am & 4.1 miles through Crosby & down the beach on a warm, breezy day.
Off road's where it's at, Bikerbabe
Was going to do 15 miles, but after 1 & 1/2 stopped as niggle at top of left leg reared it's ugly head again. Will have the weekend off now and slowly try to get back into things next week.
Damn! life without running is not nice.
Good luck to Dutch for Sunday, and anyone else racing this weekend.
Good plan, Solent R - hope you're back out there soon
5 miles at 7am around the Marina - and a close encounter with an over-exuberant sheepdog When I stopped running, he padded over for a chat