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Nice one Sqwark!
Had a similar experience, mist clearing and the sun coming out, wading through leaves and a little bit of mud here and there.
18M on the Meon Valley Trail, in 2:33:50.
I'm not Marathon fit at the moment, but it's coming!
Only had time for 6 miles this morning but ran at a slightly faster but steady pace (8.25-8.35 mm). It actually felt quite easy.
This morning at 8am. What should have been a 7 miler turned into acouple of 3.5m with the first run turning into a sprint back home. oops, forgot why I dont like having a drink the night before a early run, ah well better now.
Lovely 3Miles along a canal on yesterday, enjoying the sun and countryside,
Then back to 4Mles of normal boring road running this morning
Did an 8 mile tempo run on Sunday. Was planned to be slow and easy but felt the desire to open up.... so i did. Felt good.
Easy 10k planned for tonight.
Hi Dutch, yes it is quite intense. When I do them with the club or with a friend on the track we have the same amount of recovery as the inteval has taken to run. It always seems quite a long rest which is why I asked.
Today was 3 x 1 mile intervals at 7.00mm, 7.10mm, 7.05mm and a 400 metre at the end. Only got around 3 minutes rest between. My best 5K time is 7.25mm pace so I am thinking that it may be time to hit the parkrun soon and see if they are working!
One of my goals for this year was to get into the 22s for the 5k so at exactly 23.00 minutes set in July I think I should be able to go under. I dont usually do it very often as I always use the parkrun to see if I have improved.
4.5M Steadily done cold and dry. Okay run.
Dutch: Good Seassion of 800s
6 and a bit miles around trails, fields and the lakes! Meant to be 5 miles but I got lost ... Was meant to be a slow run but runners tummy made me speed up a bit to get back to work quickly!
4,5M wet and wimdy. heavy legged from yesterday.
Sqwark:Its good when you have an enjoyable run...