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Nice to see you putting in some good shifts MH. Obligatory hilly fun too!
Though not quite in the league of Snowdonia marathon if anyone has seen any nutetrs they know posting on FB and the like about it! Must be fairly runnable though, on the times I've seen people do, versus the perception I have of people literally scaling a mountain on rough terrain
Dizzy heights of a 6 for me today. Had a SAT OFF, so the mix of that, and legs gradually getting used to what they're being asked means we're improving a bit. Sub 7.30 average, so that's creeping faster too.
27 mile week, so we go
Trying to forget that that's such a rubbish 6 week output, and it is what it is, is in the past, and hopefully only way is up, and will look to get a solid 30 in this week and see what goes on beyond that.
Good racing MH and Jules. Annoyed I missed the S4C coverage of Snowdonia last night, always try to catch it. Seems like a decent race.
Aley is doing LFOTM on 29/11 - think I will have another go too. Anyone else interested? Can have a quick pint afterwards...
The Bus said:
Jools - apologies, I managed to somehow miss your superb piece of action, despite it only being 1 post above Phil's that I responded to! Blame sneaking on quickly at work!
You are one hardy geezer, and I was actually thinking on my run today what a heck of a couple of signings you and Joe have been. Superb! Very different and interesting in both character and activities!! If Joe posts soon, he can relay what looks to be an incredibly casual effort for him at the weekend! In awe at the casualness!
I won't risk an XC, let alone amongst people I know, but I might just have a snifty of some lower key, short road race fare...but let's see how this week progresses. Something in the 34-40miles this week would be marvtastic.
And once again I didn't manage to say all I wanted to in just 1...2 ….posts so erm in my time off 2 cheeky frigs stole segz off me.
One guy rocked a 7miler at 8.25 average, yet managed a 3.30 pace job for about 1/10th of a mile.
Phil and locals said just flag it, it's a GPS trace issue, so I did
Just checked though, and he's also got a time just below me at 4.00 pace, in a 3.5miler...so erm… either his watch inexplicably goes haywire over this inclining bridge, or maybe he actually sprints this tiny 20second portion ofr no particular reason, bar it being a seg, ignoring all others on route.
Either way, for a guy boobing 8.30 pace out regularly (I checked a few runs), putting a 3.30 in seems pretty unlikely.
Up an incline!!
Stevie G said:
Blooming heck - welcome back Seb!I insist you read every page you missed Let's have a quick lurkers amnesty shall we?Anyone wanna say howdy?