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Lyrics - Thank you for coming home
Nice running Ollie.
Grey and windy here again this morning.
What: maybe a cheeky doubleWhy: running with my beginner friend again this afternoonLast hard: I don't do hardLast rest: 13/6
LMH: Enjoy the possible double-day, hope your friend has a good run as well.
What: am - 6 miles | pm - 4miles.Why: Day for cheeky doubles.Current Streak: Day 234.Lyrics: Nope.
Have a good day.
Morning! and wind has got up a bit now.
what: day 8 of swim streak scheduled for 11:30, probably a short run or two as well
why: no work today and doubles appear to be order of day
last hard: 8 days ago
last rest: 9 days ago
hipossible double here too:what - easy lunchtime, C25K tonight (so more easy)why - usual routinelast rest - Tuesdaylast hard - Sundays hills.
Day 8 swim accomplished despite the gale followed by 4.5 miles on dry land
to prove the cyclical nature of life, I find myself back in canary wharf with a marathon to run in April. Unfortunately, the interregnum has not been kind so I return to the fold for some support and motivation. Good to see friends old and new still churning out the miles
Have a good one!
Hello Rocky - welcome back!
Had a lovely run with my friend this afternoon, she managed the whole 3.2 miles, excellent progress and so nice to share it with her.
I hope so too Alehouse but who knows. Take care of those legs.
You're visiting a lot of places familiar to us, AH. Am assuming "on the lac" involved a hull. A swim can be good therapy! . Surprised that you only have one pair of shoes to run in. I usually travel with at least 2 pairs (but don't do posh, especially when away on holiday)
6 miles with the loop group this evening (usual loop plus a different loop) to complete the double (triple if you count the swim.
Yo! Rocky. Crocks come back stronger. Have you got plans for a long warm up and a 0.2 sprint? I suppose you might need to build up the 3 miler a bit.
Warm and sunny here this evening. Very warm. Run. 5.6 miles. Next to nothing. Steady mile one. Make that slow. Mile 2 zoned out. Mile 3 and I realised I was struggling. Dead legs, dehydrated, pedestrian. Dragged it home. Bank it. The dead runs are the best training runs. "Recovery run" is the excuse we use. Lyrics. No.