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    Re: Today's Training

    7miles - Ingleborough race route at nice steady pace. First run after saunders last week

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    Re: Today's Training

    Managed to fit a 3 mile run in this morning around Sherdley Park whilst Tracey took Harry to see the animals.

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    Re: Today's Training

    Quote Originally Posted by Stolly View Post
    5 or 6 miles up Pen y Ghent and back today; my second attempt to try and run following my crocked knee in May. I felt pretty good going up but was very wary of my knee coming down and took it steady. All the same I ran all the way and, at least at this precice moment, my knee still feels okay. I'll have to wait and see whether it stiffens up over the next 24 hours.

    Good news stolly, hope the knee stays okay

    My legs are a bit achey now - been walking up and down and up and down round chrome hill way

    2nd time hill walking this week, ok ok I know it's not running but hopefully it will be doing my uphill muscles some good all the same

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    Working in Moscow this week - needed time on my feet in preparation for Kentmere and Borrowdale, so ran along Moscow river for 3 hours or so and found nice(ish) park

    Crossing Moscow roads is much more hazardous than any downhill

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneHillWonder View Post
    Good news stolly, hope the knee stays okay

    My legs are a bit achey now - been walking up and down and up and down round chrome hill way

    2nd time hill walking this week, ok ok I know it's not running but hopefully it will be doing my uphill muscles some good all the same

    Thanks Onehill - I think my knee is getting better

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    Re: Today's Training

    won local bike race 18 miles . 59 mins !!! which means 2 things . 1 there was nobody else any good in it . 2 something good as come out of having plantar f for one year .

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    As for me...well...hmmm...went on a night out and danced some...like really dancing!!!
    Does that class as training?
    Hmmm perhaps not,as the alcoholic calories intake far exceeded the dancing calorific expenditure me thinks!
    (Foot swelled up too!) I'm still in the knackers yard!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lilactime View Post
    won local bike race 18 miles . 59 mins !!! which means 2 things . 1 there was nobody else any good in it . 2 something good as come out of having plantar f for one year .
    Well done on the win Lilactime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stolly View Post
    Thanks Onehill - I think my knee is getting better
    Great news on the running front Stolly, looks like you're on the mend!
    Only one who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go. -T.S.Eliot

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    Re: Today's Training

    A weekend of house touching up! Well it was horrid but its over and the estate agent is coming tomorrow morning. So I missed Wasdale and burnt of my energy with a hard 13 along the start of the WHW yesterday, not race pace but pushing on. Felt very pleased to be just 2 minutes off my 1/2 mara pb which was really surprising, as it didn't feel that hard.

    Today I went up Ben Lomond, up the more interesting and mountainous Ptarmigan Ridge and down the tourist path. 7.5 miles or so and just over 3000 ft. Felt very good again.

    Shame to miss the race but just keep going for Borrowdale now. Its good to have something to aim for.

    Jason
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