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enrvuk,that's a tough tempo run in those conditions.Should be getting cooler now.My sprints are very sprint unlike,all goes to pot after 30 metres.
Glad you were sensible and not pushing the pace Linton.Well done in finishing the race.Racing in those temps is horrible,something you can't really train for.Most runners are guilty of racing when injured or ill,I know I am.
Hazelnut, I have the P&D 12 week plan,thanks for offering though.
Well done on your 5k PB Cal.Even more impressive when you're not expecting it and only a few days after your 22 miler.Gives hope to all us vets!
5 miles recovery yesterday and just over 8 this morning 6 @ MP,legs still sore from Monday so not a bad run though.
Welcome back Will,sounds like you've had a lovely holiday,nothing wrong with eating plenty of doughnuts and ice cream on holiday.That's a good deed you did helping the woman get home.Running the Norfolk coastal path sounds great,fantastic way to get your long runs in.
Hoping you're feeling better Cal.I was bitten on the calf by a horsefly about two months ago,bloody painful for about a week.
Nice run Hazelnut,glad you're feeling better.I had my totally crap run yesterday,must be catching! That 270km project is epic,how far have you done? I fancy running Hadrian's Wall one day.
enrvuk,well done on the 200km for the month.Good luck to your Dad on his maiden parkrun,very impressive indeed.Hope your team does my team a favour,enjoy your beer.
Just over 8 miles yesterday afternoon.Didn't feel like running,feeling tired as I'm half way through six nights but forced myself out.Usually things get better when running but I just couldn't be bothered,very lethargic and laboured,I just wanted to get home.And to cap it off I have a slight calf strain,I think I've done it from some over zealous stretching from Tuesday's post run.No run today,calf is strapped up and I'll see how it is tomorrow.
Great 15 miles Will, must be your first LSR in a while, good that you stuck to it. I've noticed it's becoming autumnal, leaves changing and shadows getting longer. Good shout out about Aldi's jelly beans, I'll pick some up.
Fantastic running Cal,30 seconds is a massive difference. Well done.Not far from a sub 24 as well.
Just over 8 miles this afternoon. 2 miles gentle warm up, calf felt ok so went straight into 4 miles @ MP. Happy that my calf seemed ok,don't need any injury worries so close to Chester.
Cal, been trying to find a pic of the tops, no luck so far.Great 20 miler again, are you aiming for sub 4 in York?
Nice 9 miles Mollie.I'm with you regarding physios.I'll just rest and you tube exercises for injuries, plus my wife would go mad if I started spending money on treatment as it would be my fault for having a silly hobby!
Another great run from you Hazelnut. Cooled down a lot over here.You have your OH well trained!
Just over 6 miles this afternoon, feeling tired so kept them very easy.Half a mile short of a 50 mile week.Rest tomorrow,easy run Tuesday and fingers crossed for a good 20 miler Wednesday.
Thanks Cal,that's a great top,that'll definitely go in my best top drawer! With the form you're in at the moment I'd give it a good go - nothing to lose.