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That's a busy day TR. A bit of plant watering is plenty for me after a much shorter double digit effort.
Might try a meander out of Wycombe tomorrow towards Stokenchurch. Had a little look at the map, but gave up on that, so we'll just have a wander.
Probably better sticking to an out and back rather than the "dangerous" "this turn MUUUST lead me back the right way"
Nice runs all, glad seems to be no reaction in the heel Bus. Good session MH too. Good walk Pete, I can walk miles with a few tunes in my ears..
TR, great mileage, takes a lot of commitment to do that at the moment - you must really enjoy running..which I wish I could do to, the longer runs have always just been a means to an end. I mean, I do have a few running 'moments' doing miles, but they tend to be somewhere new, like a European City, or a lovely piece of coastline. Compared to trudging round the lanes near me, which can be like torture sometimes. Always 'enjoyed' faster sessions in a training group.
Did a pyramid yesterday - 30 secs, 1min,2min,3mins,4 mins,5mins and back down with 60 secs dreaded Saturday lunchtime running, wasn't to bad wit the compression shorts and Hokas on as normal.
Upped it today on the Sunday trudge...Garmin said 14.67 miles, 6.57 miling. Quite a few hills so a decent workout. Leg felt about the same as when I started, and a couple of times on the downhills couldn't really feel it.So generally positive, will keep rolling it on the black spikey foam roller!
Ah - my misreading
And now you mention that, when I signed into Microsoft Edge there was something about that... I had the daily briefing on in the background so not sure if something was mentioned there or not.
A lady from my club has gone from about 25 a week to 50, for a month with seeming ease. Does a lot of it with buggy though, so there must be some sort of safety net with it being a bit slower - and dare I say, "true" easy pace! Helps also being on furlough with no other travel I suppose - makes a big difference to freshness.
Should be a great base to build on in future.
Positive news Muddy - and with you I know your watch based readings have some sort of chance of being accurate unlike mine!
Reg - you've long made your choice, and it's cycling all the way. Makes sense as you're clearly a notch above almost everyone on the bike (Pete keeps telling me this )
Doesn't mean you can't knock out some good run races when we ever can again.
Another same old Monday for me, a weird mix of lazy - doing jack all for most of the day, yet getting a 10miler in.
Will do a bit of Excel practice now though, try and keep the brain ticking over.
Had barely used normal arrays let alone Dynamic ones Reggie.
Wasted about 20mins trying to work out how some text was brought in, presuming it was a "clever" way, and then realised it was simply coloured out. Oh well, this is how you learn!
TR, I can't imagine a 15 ever feeling like a medium long run. I really wouldn't fancy that now, let alone back working.
Long run wise, the 14.5 yesterday felt better than expected tbh.Did the 8.1 mile course today and it was 7.03 miling, presume I had better fueling yesterday as I was quicker at nearly twice the distance.
Wool - yes still liking the Hokas, especially how they are better on the leg. Trying to only to use them once a week tho.
lockdown wise, perhaps it will be extended another 2 weeks to mirror Italy. As TR says, they might allow everyone to go out as many times as they like from Sunday..but around here, it seems like that already. My kid plays U111/13 cricket, really liked running over to some of the grounds to watch a match over the last 2 summers. Fucking virus.