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PostPosted: Tue Mar 08, 2022 10:43 
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I did 3200 metres in the pool last night. We really need an olympic pool nearby... :)


That would need 320 lengths of my local pool. I'd lose count!

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I have a watch that counts lengths, thankfully

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I have a watch that counts lengths, thankfully


Yeah, mine does as well thinking about it, but the swimming mode is weird (every time I turn it on, I really struggled to turn it off - it disables the buttons and the screen apart from a very specific combination, that took me about 30 minutes to get right when I last tried)

If I just let fitbit detect it automatically it's fine. If I start recording it (to add it to strava is when the issues start)

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How odd :)

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I did 3200 metres in the pool last night. We really need an olympic pool nearby... :)


That would need 320 lengths of my local pool. I'd lose count!


I read that and thought "the pool is 100m long?!"

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Ten miles done today. I'll get round Cardiff half, probably land dead on 1-50.

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Ten miles done today. I'll get round Cardiff half, probably land dead on 1-50.



That is a great time.. Awesome effort with the training..

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2022 11:22 
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Ballot result is in! I won't be running the London marathon this year.

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I might sign up for one this year or alternatively I might try to just go out and run one myself. I honestly don't know if I would enjoy the run more if it was an event like that and I've never felt the need to make it official before I feel as though I've passed a particular milestone. Plus it's like twenty odd quid.

I did do 30k last weekend which was further than I've run before. Took it pretty easy and it was mostly okay although I did start feeling a little strange towards then end, I think I would have struggled had I tried keep going for another hour or more. But I don't know if that was because I need to look at nutrition and hydration a bit more closely for longer distances like that or simply because I'm not up to it yet.


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Ballot result is in! I won't be running the London marathon this year.


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 Post subject: Re: Middle Age Spread
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Hah, the route sort of looks like East coast of Britain!

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Hah, the route sort of looks like East coast of Britain!


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Hah, the route sort of looks like East coast of Britain!

I was just about to say that! You need to get the round route to complete the coast :D

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Hah, the route sort of looks like East coast of Britain!

I was just about to say that! You need to get the round route to complete the coast :D



Going west from where I ended is boggy marshy moor land and a couple of fast flowering rivers. I'd also need to round out East Anglia a bit more!

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 27, 2022 17:15 
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Cardiff half race report: 14km good, 7km awful.

We take these feelings and reshape them.

Cardiff owes me 17 minutes. Project 99 is go. Results October.

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In a bit under seven weeks I have two races an hour apart. A 5k and a 10k. I think I'll train for the 10k and use the 5k as a warm up even though I am not the fastest, there's still bound to be traffic at the begining of the 5k and then harder to make up the time afterwards. I less it is clear then I'll fuck it all up on the 5k and be dead for the 10k. Who knows? Plans, eh?

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Sounds a good plan...

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First session back at the gym since before lockdown. Surprised myself by doing pretty much what I could do 2 years ago! Think I’ll be creaky tomorrow though.

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I went again at lunch! My legs hurt immediately on the bike and now it feels like I’ve been punched in the side of my tits.

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Look at that self control. Taken me ages to learnt to go slower.


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Ten sets of one minute intervals today, with two minutes jog in between. Went as hard as I could on each one. Felt great, and I was very surprised at the speed of each one, but I do want to go to sleep right now.

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I'm running through the tunnel under the Mersey again in mid September. Mainly for the novelty of it. It's a 10k, ending close to my house, so that's all good.

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My brilliant "I will affix race number with magnets" idea worked for as long as it took me to put my satchel with metal buckles over my shoulder.

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5k race: mindful of having a 10k race straight after, the plan was to take it easy and not do anything stupid. Obviously, I ran my second fastest 5k.

10k race: the plan was to aim for 48mins or thereabouts having used the 5k as a nice gentle warm up. I trotted in just under 50mins, slight pain down one leg, probably from 5k.


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5k race: mindful of having a 10k race straight after, the plan was to take it easy and not do anything stupid. Obviously, I ran my second fastest 5k.

10k race: the plan was to aim for 48mins or thereabouts having used the 5k as a nice gentle warm up. I trotted in just under 50mins, slight pain down one leg, probably from 5k.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2022 17:09 
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These graphs describe my ego writing checks my body can't cash, and some sexy negative splits.


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For the first time this year, I'm ahead of my target to get 1000k for the year.

Last year I didn't do any in December, so I've still got to factor that in.


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It was the Buxton Carnival 4 mile race on Saturday. I'd said I would do 30mins on paper (achievable on the flat), then revised that to 31:20. In the event, I was ten seconds slower than that, as I rather cheerfully stopped with 100m to go and dry heaved after the particularly steep bath road which is 250m long at 5%. I also said I would do that, albeit at the finish in front of the photographers.

It was bastard, bastard, hit and the road was melting. There was also a hill in it I wasn't aware of that I had to run up twice.

The picture is my taking a moment at the end to try and pull my shit together and not vomit.


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Well I have done something stupid.


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Nice one! You dolt!

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Nice one! You dolt!


I know. :)

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10k race in 10 days, through the Mersey Tunnel, then Cardiff half week before the cottage. The 10k is part of The Training Plan so there's little pressure to take it quickly which I will do anyway. Shaking off a cold of sorts, but that should be fine.

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10k race in 10 days, through the Mersey Tunnel, then Cardiff half week before the cottage. The 10k is part of The Training Plan so there's little pressure to take it quickly which I will do anyway. Shaking off a cold of sorts, but that should be fine.


Good luck fella. That sounds awesome.

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That was a tough


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That was a tough



That looks tough...

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49:37 so a decent morning out. A bit of traffic at the start, but km splits looked decent considering the last week. Minute slower than last year.

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Got round the last corner and I knew it was a straight run in to the finish. I said the the four blokes I had just caught up with "Let's go, give the spectators the show they came to see!" and began sprinting for the line.


After a bit it became horrendously apparent that they weren't going with me, but also the line was much further away than I had originally thought.. Awkward.

Here's the pace graph and you can see the peak dying away..


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Dragged myself out this morning for a sandwich with a big filling of tempo pace in it and popped in a third fastest 5k along the way.

Good news is I was ahead of the half marathon target pace for the time I was going quickly and it felt ok. There is no bad news.

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Dragged myself out this morning for a sandwich with a big filling of tempo pace in it and popped in a third fastest 5k along the way.

Good news is I was ahead of the half marathon target pace for the time I was going quickly and it felt ok. There is no bad news.


That is fab..

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https://www.wirralglobe.co.uk/sport/215 ... unnel-10k/

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90 second hill sprints (something I struggle with after a minute) on the plan for today, but as I have had to pull the ten miler forward to tomorrow from Sunday, a nice easy loop it will be instead.

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Yeah, I've had it about a dozen times over the past 8 years or so.
Had all sorts of tests, including them sticking a needle as thick as a bit into my knee to try and collect some synovial? Fluid to analyse (to no avail).

I've taken about as many painkillers as it's permissible to take without a prescription, which is starting to take effect, however, it usually makes me feel quite nauseous, so hopefully I won't need to take them for long

This sounds a lot like my exploding feet. Remarkable.

Every so often, with no root cause, one, the other or both of my feet will suddenly - like, I go to bed fine and wake up in agony - be really fucking painful in one or more of 3 typical locations, swell up a lot, and occasionally go a funny colour. No load-bearing when one goes.

Like you, the doctors did loads of test and concluded "well, it's not gout. The tests say your foot can't be swollen, yet here it is!"

If you've not tried it, try to get some diclofenac. Not voltarol gel, prescription-grade. Apparently it can fuck up your joints if routinely taken but the longest I've had to is 3 days.

Training in the gym has helped with frequency and severity of recurrence but it still happens multiple times a year.


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