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3 Dec
5:47pm, 3 Dec 2019
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I'm knitting a pair of socks for hubby and trying not to lose track of where I am, though I'm also slightly altering the pattern so have to figure out how to compensate so the heel doesn't go awol on me!
3 Dec
7:48pm, 3 Dec 2019
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Raptors Claws are Coming to Town
Hello :) Today I've been running with my husband for the fourth time in two weeks :) :) :)
And my Bad Knee has an appointment for its pre-op check next week. I wonder if I can use the power of pester to get it operated on before the end of the year.
3 Dec
8:02pm, 3 Dec 2019
14370 posts
Evening all :)

luck for the Bee's heels behaving and you getting knee fixed as pronto as poss luck
3 Dec
8:06pm, 3 Dec 2019
10877 posts
Good luck with that, Vrap. Also hope Bee continues to enjoy running.
3 Dec
8:08pm, 3 Dec 2019
1763 posts
I saw mummy kissing Pothunter
Evening! For the first time in ages I’m on the couch at this time on a Tuesday :-)
3 Dec
8:11pm, 3 Dec 2019
10878 posts
Helloooo 👋
3 Dec
9:56pm, 3 Dec 2019
1769 posts
I saw mummy kissing Pothunter
Quiet in here tonight...
3 Dec
11:06pm, 3 Dec 2019
31276 posts
Very quiet club night. Sorry I was out
3 Dec
11:23pm, 3 Dec 2019
13613 posts
Sorry, went to find an xmas bauble for a pass the parcel type evening at a friend's house next week. Back now!

I liked the Essex Serpent. My book club doesn't discuss the book much either. There'll generally be at least one who hasn't read it so we try not to do spoilers, or if we have all read it the discussion will generally go "quite liked it/loved it/hated it"

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Goals for 2019
Fetch: target 5k and 10k times!
Serendippily: six laps of Endure24, and all the way up Butser Hill.
Sushi: Chester Half, May 19.
Rosehip: Cambridge Half (March), Boston UK (April)
ageingtractor: half PB, plus NY Mara.
Ness: two halfs and Chester Mara.
mjthomas: *lots* of races!
Elsie Too: Bantham Swoosh (survive)
twinny: Village Bakery Half (PB pls)
TomahawkMike: Reading Half (finish)
Stopps: Dubai, Brighton and London maras.
SurreyPhil: Croydon Half, Brighton Mara.
Sigh: 1 mile, 5k, 5 mile, 10k, 10 mile & HM PB's
V'rap: Boston UK, Chester metric. 75% at 3 distances, and 70% at others.
StuH: SDW50, 100mi at Endure24
Jaffa Cake: a spring mara
Roberton: sub-21 5k, 1000 miles, double Conq zones, a marathon
Mrsbridgewater: sub4 marathon.
Dibble: Barcelona mara (aiming for London GFA)
Sweetie: Outlaw tri, Snowdonia Mara.
ishep: Reboot! :-)
kstuart: Pewter standard to begin with
HellsBells: to not have goals backfire.
DocMoye: enjoy VLM and not break.
SusiesueH: Blaydon Race :-)
Badger: run 55k and don’t die.

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WU (Warm up) 1 mile; 3 x 1 mile efforts; CD (Cool down) 1 mile.

WU (Warm up) 1 mile; 5-6 x 0.5 mile efforts; CD (Cool down) 1 mile.

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Suggested Tempo Run
WU (Warm up) 1 mile; X minutes at midway between your 10k and half marathon pace; CD (Cool down) 1 mile.
NB X can be anything from 15-20 mins up to about 45 minutes. But if you're new to tempo runs, even a 10 minute burst can give you a flavour of what it feels like. You can calculate your pace using this calculator: fetcheveryone.com/training-calculators-racetimes.php

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