Monthly Archives: June 2015
“Rest” Or at least, a rest from running. It was far too glorious an evening to stay indoors, so I threw on a pair of cycling shorts that I inherited from Not Much Of A Runner several ‘athons ago and … Continue reading
“30 mins easy with 10 x 10 sec pick ups” A joy in the sun Biked to Richmond Park Ran round trails avoiding deer Cycled home again.
“90 mins on rolling trail. Walking breaks are actively encouraged where appropriate i.e. steeper climbs where your breathing becomes non-conversational.” There are times when I need the running equivalent of a Batchelor’s Hug, and for me hugs come in two … Continue reading
“60 mins including easy Park Run where you are permitted to up the effort to marathon level at times should you wish” Fail. I didn’t parkrun, I didn’t wish to up the effort to marathon level at all and I … Continue reading
“30 mins easy” It was a gorgeous evening, so I decided to stop off at the Wray Lane car park on the way home and run a short out and back along the NDW and assorted bridleways. A flat out … Continue reading
“Rest.” I could have cycled. I could have run. I could have stretched. I could have foam rolled. But instead I decided to glue myself to the Thames Ring 250 live tracker and watch blue blobs move along a blue … Continue reading
“30 mins easy” Juneathon. Day 24. Ran 3 miles. Cycled 17 miles. Chatted to my coach. Had lunch with a friend. Bought some new trainers. A good day.