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Cal,I haven't bought them yet and still haven't decided which ones.Most probably buy them after Chester HM and just use them for races.Weather is looking perfect at the moment for Chester so far,think Liverpool is the week after.
Hope your quads are feeling better,Hazelnut.Running downhill is exhilarating but your quads do suffer after.
envruk,nice Fartleks,always a tough session.
6 miles yesterday evening,legs feeling tired still so kept it nice and easy.
envruk,I'm going to go out with the 1:30 pacer but I'm not really feeling it in myself,so I'll most probably come in about 1:32 - 33.You still have a bit of time to go sub 51 and as Hazelnut said you'll go faster in a race.When's your 5k?
Welcome,jag1,well done on your 10k and sub 1hour.
Good luck in your HM,Cal,hope your legs are feeling better.
Hope you managed to get your intervals in,Hazelnut,I know you love them!
Club intervals Wednesday,4 x 800m @ sub 5k pace,I was struggling towards the end and legs feeling heavy again.
Just over 10 miles this morning,wanted to push myself,ran them at HM and tempo pace.Felt ok,so going to run all of my next runs easy until I race.
10 miles in 45 minutes is crazy,Hazelnut,when you see professional runners live it's more impressive than watching on the tv.When is your HM?
Fantastic PB parkrun,alipat,that's a big improvement in just three weeks.Good idea in resting your knee as well.
Well done on your HM,Cal,sounds like a tough one,always takes a while to get used to running in warmer weather.Think it's going to be slightly cooler for Liverpool.
Glad you're feeling better for having a run,Will.
Great safari watch,envruk,just needed to spot a few lions.
No running for me so far this week,came down a sickness bug Friday night,feeling washed out.Maybe try a run Thursday or Friday.Going to do Chester HM still but most probably make it an easy run.
I've noticed a distinct lack of house martins,swifts and swallows this year.House martins are usually building their nests in the eaves of my roof by now.