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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2019 20:48 
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Yes it is a good one, well supported, and music etc... I might come up to watch depending on my training

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Training Day 2! I have started to dress like Kov. Did 3.4 miles in 28mins 51 seconds. Strava crashed so you have to trust me. It is flatter than a witch's tit, though, so I could go much quicker.


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Not quite Kov Colourful.

Did a speed test today. 8 x 400m laps. I am 20 second quicker than last time


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Bit slower today due to 25mph headwind for half the run.


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28:53 today. Same time as run number one. Two minutes faster than run number two.

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28:53 today. Same time as run number one. Two minutes faster than run number two.


I think you said you're training for a half marathon, didn't you?

If I've remembered that correctly, I would be aiming for distance (or time on feet) over speed at the minute, then throw in a fast run every now and again.

Obviously feel free to ignore me but that would be my tactic :)

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Went to the gym last night, first time sine the start of December!

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Not been under 13st in about ten years and now down to 13.5. Obviously it’s quite a good motivation! Cut down on sugar since I went back to work last week and it’s made a big difference. Lost my Xmas weight already.

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I'm guessing your job must help with burning off extra calories too.

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I'm guessing your job must help with burning off extra calories too.

Yeah. I lost 2st when I quit drinking then put half a stone back on when I started again. Then lost it again when starting the job, then put it back on over Xmas and now I’m back to where I was pre-booze. :)

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 Post subject: Re: Middle Age Spread
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28:53 today. Same time as run number one. Two minutes faster than run number two.


I think you said you're training for a half marathon, didn't you?

If I've remembered that correctly, I would be aiming for distance (or time on feet) over speed at the minute, then throw in a fast run every now and again.

Obviously feel free to ignore me but that would be my tactic :)


Totally agree. That is seventeen weeks away so I thought I would spend a few weeks getting back into the feeling of it all, then after that on a Monday do thirty minutes easy pace, Thursday forty five minutes at a pace, and then a longer run on Saturday.

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I've been getting more knee pain lately the day after a run. I think it's probably going to turn out to be arthritis since I had an ACL replacement about six years ago and apparently arthritis will follow that surgery more often than not within a decade. Fucking great. Anyway I'll get myself a physio appt at work first and they'll be able to refer me to the consultant if needs be.


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28:53 today. Same time as run number one. Two minutes faster than run number two.


I think you said you're training for a half marathon, didn't you?

If I've remembered that correctly, I would be aiming for distance (or time on feet) over speed at the minute, then throw in a fast run every now and again.

Obviously feel free to ignore me but that would be my tactic :)


Totally agree. That is seventeen weeks away so I thought I would spend a few weeks getting back into the feeling of it all, then after that on a Monday do thirty minutes easy pace, Thursday forty five minutes at a pace, and then a longer run on Saturday.


Cool - good plan :)

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 Post subject: Re: Middle Age Spread
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I bought a Huawei fit band pro 2 or something. It does GPS and stuff so I can leave my phone at home. It was forty of your earth pounds.

Heart rate reads high, though.


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I bought a Huawei fit band pro 2 or something. It does GPS and stuff so I can leave my phone at home. It was forty of your earth pounds.

Heart rate reads high, though.


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I bought a Huawei fit band pro 2 or something. It does GPS and stuff so I can leave my phone at home. It was forty of your earth pounds.

Heart rate reads high, though.


Huawei wearable you say?

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Trogging 13.5 stone around three and half miles in half an hour almost every other day is taking a toll. My back is now fine, just right knee and ankle are going south

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Something I heard that rings true, is that your cardio capacity improves quicker than your tendons, joints, etc.

So you may start to feel good quickly, but then get into trouble if you get carried away. Or you'll just have to be carried away. Take it easy. If you feel good enough to run, try - genuinely try - to do the same distance, but at least 5 minutes slower. Still a cardio benefit, less pressure on everything else. And varying pace is good, even if you feel a bit odd slowing down.


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Something I heard that rings true, is that your cardio capacity improves quicker than your tendons, joints, etc.

So you may start to feel good quickly, but then get into trouble if you get carried away. Or you'll just have to be carried away. Take it easy. If you feel good enough to run, try - genuinely try - to do the same distance, but at least 5 minutes slower. Still a cardio benefit, less pressure on everything else. And varying pace is good, even if you feel a bit odd slowing down.

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Mersey Tunnel 10k entered where you run into Cheshire from Liverpool.

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I went on a running machine in a shop and a man sold me some Brooks Ghost 11s. MrsA went on a running machine, too and bought some Ghost 11s.

I am a bit disgusted but still a fashion leader

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I went on a running machine in a shop and a man sold me some Brooks Ghost 11s. MrsA went on a running machine, too and bought some Ghost 11s.

I am a bit disgusted but still a fashion leader

Tbh that just makes me think the shop has a surplus of Ghost 11s they want to get rid of :DD

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I went on a running machine in a shop and a man sold me some Brooks Ghost 11s. MrsA went on a running machine, too and bought some Ghost 11s.

I am a bit disgusted but still a fashion leader

Tbh that just makes me think the shop has a surplus of Ghost 11s they want to get rid of :DD


It had big windows. Saw us coming.

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Good news! Trainers felt very good and I looked natty as fuck in a bandana.

Bad news! 1km my leg went LOLZ and now I am in an NHS walk in centre.


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Good news! Trainers felt very good and I looked like a 55 year old man in a bandana.

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New shoes took off five seconds per km. Wrapped knee and lower leg in ice on my return.

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New shoes took off five seconds per km. Wrapped knee and lower leg in ice on my return.

Just be careful ?:|

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25:49 for 5km yesterday, though. I reckon there is another 50 seconds to find at some future point.

Might do 10km Sunday morning to avoid in laws unless park running the day before

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Felt ok during normal route so added 5km to it


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Getting there. 56 minute 10km and I am feeling OK at the pace. Felt I could have done another loop without too many issues tiredness wise. However, picked up a blister in each door, so will look at sock selection, and some more chafing so I will retire the shorts.


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Went to see my consultant yesterday for the results of my MRI, good news is that the surgery is still holding up fine, less good news is that there's signs of arthritis which was pretty much what I was expecting. He said to stop running and take up cycling or swimming or rowing. But I loathe cycling as exercise, it's the opposite of relaxing with all the cars everywhere and also I hate people who clog up roads because they want to use them as a fucking gym while everyone else is just trying to get where they're going. I also hate gyms and am not overly keen on swimming. So I'm just going to keep running and possibly look into a rowing boat.


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How about cycling off the road - mountain biking or BMXing?

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...I loathe cycling as exercise, it's the opposite of relaxing with all the cars everywhere and also I hate people who clog up roads because they want to use them as a fucking gym while everyone else is just trying to get where they're going

Not fancy cycling on the seafront mate? I know it's fresh at times but at least there's no traffic.

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Upped my weights a bit at the gym and increased resistance on the bike.

Stamina definitely improving and noticed my heart rate isn't getting as high as it used to which is a good sign.

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How about cycling off the road - mountain biking or BMXing?

Yeah, I can just go out my door and run, though, half an hour or and hour and that's it. It's flat as a pancake round here so it would be a day out kind of thing plus I would probably just fall off and wreck another limb.


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...I loathe cycling as exercise, it's the opposite of relaxing with all the cars everywhere and also I hate people who clog up roads because they want to use them as a fucking gym while everyone else is just trying to get where they're going

Not fancy cycling on the seafront mate? I know it's fresh at times but at least there's no traffic.

Yeah there is that, but even then I just don't enjoy it the same, I like the headspace from running, cycling even on there you're having to think about what you're doing a bit. With running all you have to do is keep half an eye out for dogshit.


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Upped my weights a bit at the gym and increased resistance on the bike.

Stamina definitely improving and noticed my heart rate isn't getting as high as it used to which is a good sign.

Don't underestimate just walking, it always surprises me to see because it feels like you're doing fuck all but this is yesterday.
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