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  • LOL.... +1 on that!

  • H0NK wrote (see)
    Gazmanmeister wrote (see)
    Take it easy where you are if there's snow about.

    or if your on the treadmilll image

    image c'mon, how the devil do you fall off a dreadmill image

  • Turned around to grab my water bottle, foot came off the belt and I went down like a sack of logs! A day of arnica and I feel ok today..... Albeit I will rest as I'm doing the poets potter marathon tomorrow.



    Take it easy out there folks...... image
  • Top tip: put your water bottle in one of the holders at the front of the treadmill.  No need to turn around. image

    Very frosty this morning, and that friggin' cold wind is still here image  The open road is going to be fun on today's LSR image

  • Good luck with the mara PSC image

  • Another week done and dusted.  My highest ever mileage week, and my longest ever training run .  No further mileage increases between now and the marathon, as the emphasis is more on speed during the next training block.

    There was light snow throughout the run this morning, but thankfully the wind wasn't quite so bad as it has been recently.  Or maybe I'm just getting used to it image

  • Nice n easy recovery run this morning, weather is being kind to us at the moment.

    Time to get last weeks runs recorded guys image

  • 30km race was lovely, it was a great day out. I even managed 10 miles on the Tues after. This ironman training must be working!
  • Still need a few updates before the 8am cutoff tomorrow guys

  • Nice one PSC

    Think we are just maintaining 100% 13 of 17 completed last week 100%

    Good going all.

  • I've changed my race prediction for Marchvellous.  I had made a slight mistake including this Sunday's race, when technically it is still part of Febulous.  I don't suppose it matters, but hey, better play by the rules image  I'll do a parkrun one week later in March.

  • Good reminder Tenjiso.

    Time to complete (if not already done so) your Marchvellous details.

    These include, "How many runs per week", "How far each long run will be each week" and "How fast you predict your DIstance Time will be"

    This time is MOST IMPORTANT, You need to judge your current ability spot on. The penalty for being over optimisyic or under achieving is HARSH.

    It gets worse image The shorter the distance, the more critical this prediction is.

     

  • D'oh image

    Might have to think about it a bit more then image

  • Did anyone get the MT Team messages I did yesterday?

    Would appear that MT site has had a hiccup, so checking - anyone?

  • I've been receiving them okay as far as I know.

  • Me too. But I dont know if I'm not getting the ones you havent sent...image

  • Ok, when was the last you received ?

  • Last message I got was the "Knock, knock" message, with the comment added later.

  • Thanks for that Richard

  • It's ok, and the names Darren, image

  • New page, so I'll repost this

    Time to complete (if not already done so) your Marchvellous details.

    These include, "How many runs per week", "How far each long run will be each week" and "How fast you predict your DIstance Time will be"

    This time is MOST IMPORTANT, You need to judge your current ability spot on. The penalty for being over optimisyic or under achieving is HARSH.

    It gets worse image The shorter the distance, the more critical this prediction is.

  • Febulous got me through the door again this evening and I had another good run, feeling reasonably comfortable at a much higher average pace than I've managed since restarting image

    Was going to aim for a 5k(ish) time for Marchvelous but now I think I might wait to see how I get on with my 'long' 5 miler this week before deciding whether to stick with the 5k or set a 5m target for the end of March image

  • Don't leave it too long Trogs, has to be sorted by Monday image

  • 5 miler is planned for Friday morning so ample time to decide before Monday image

    Also want to test myself properly rather than 'cheat by setting a time I know I can do and running easy to hit it dead on. 

  • FROGS!!!!!!!!

  • RIBBIT!!!!!!!!!

  • It was FF I tells ya image

  • Long run done this morning, week 8 completed image

    Started to rain half way round turning the surface quite slippy, been a while since running in the wet.

    On the good side, pace was good and I'm sure my target for next month is achievable, looking forward to it now.

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