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  1. RUN
    good recovery/easy run 8.15 mi 01:09 08:27 pace

    recovery run, nice easy miles on me todd, running feels good !

  2. RUN
    Club run 8 mi 01:02 07:41 pace

    Led a steady 8 mile club run tonight, standard pace of around 7:40 , undulating route around the west of the city, enjoyed that one, good work all

  3. RUN
    good recovery run 6 mi 00:50 08:20 pace

    Easy recovery run

  4. RUN
    Milford common 11 mi 01:26 07:49 pace

    Steady group run up and down the hills in the sunshine first time for me on this route, think it my be a bit muddy as time goes by! Thanks to Kathryn for showing us round on her bad ankle.......liv... read more

    • Tigra 2.
      Tigra 2.

      Excellent run Paul!
      Good 2 see you rock 'n roll new tracks again!
      Pretty cool!!!

      over 4 years ago Like

    • Kimberly C.
      Kimberly C.

      So great to hear from u again on here!! Hope all is great, excellent run

      over 4 years ago Like

  5. RUN
    The Wrekin Shropshire 7.9 mi 01:22 10:22 pace

    Another tough run up and around the the big hill, pace and distance doesn't do this justice, good running from Kees and miss and great to have Gwyn back with us, living the dream !

    • Paul B.
      Paul B.

      Great session Paul. When's the race/

      over 4 years ago Like

    • Christy M.
      Christy M.

      Sometime I gotta see a pic of this nightmare hill. Which race is next on your agenda?

      over 4 years ago Like

    • Tigra 2.
      Tigra 2.

      Paul & his gang rockin' the hill!!! Damn cool my friend!
      Keep living the wild dream!

      over 4 years ago Like

  6. RUN
    good Brewood run 9.2 mi 01:10 07:36 pace

    Steady run with Kees tonight around the green lanes of Brewood, still not recovered fully from the LL50 but enjoyed that one, living the dream !

    • Carrie B.
      Carrie B.

      Super pace, Paul!

      over 4 years ago Like

    • Paul B.
      Paul B.

      Great pace for a steady run Paul. Nice one..

      over 4 years ago Like

    • Christy M.
      Christy M.

      Well,I would be dreaming if i could post a run like this. You are awesome!

      over 4 years ago Like

    • Tigra 2.
      Tigra 2.

      No worries Paul. The passion in ur soul will get you back in the highest peaks.
      Lesson 1: enjoy. The essence of running.
      Lesson 2: step by step.
      Excellent (s)miles my friend!

      over 4 years ago Like

  7. RUN
    The Wrekin Shropshire 6.1 mi 00:56 09:10 pace

    Very tough session on the hill, new route up , wet muddy single track, ran better than Sunday, living the dream !

  8. RUN
    The Wrekin Shropshire 8.3 mi 01:26 10:21 pace

    Wet muddy single track with some tough climbs and technical downhills, struggled today worst run since we have been back on the hill and it was my turn to take a fall which knocked the stuffing ou... read more

    • Tigra 2.
      Tigra 2.

      LOL Paul!!!! You crack me up.
      Sorry 2 hear about the fall, but still sounds like you had mountains of fun!!!! :)
      Excellent trail run!

      over 4 years ago Like

  9. RUN
    Smestow trail 6.2 mi 00:49 07:54 pace

    Steady trail run with a couple of the lads, living the dream !

  10. Hello DMers, hope your all well

  11. FIT
    good Weights

    Good 90 min session at the gym

  12. RUN
    tired Club run - recovery run 7.25 mi 00:59 08:08 pace

    Used tonight's club run as a recovery run as still sore from Sunday. Tried to run on the mill at the gym last night but the legs where having none of it so stayed in the weights room ! Great g... read more

  13. RUN
    LSR 18.27 mi 02:51 09:21 pace

    Tough hilly off roader, all mud and guts, great running by the crew and a special mention to Hannah, what a a bastard of a route for your longest one yet ! Great day great friends , hope you all ha... read more

  14. RUN
    great Club run plus some 10.9 mi 01:28 08:04 pace

    Great club run tonight led by Gwyn, large group of good runners who completed a route of 7.4 miles, myself Kees Gwyn Owen and new girl Angela then pushed on to get some marathon miles in. Nice litt... read more

  15. RUN
    good Club run 8.3 mi 01:01 07:20 pace

    Tough club run tonight as I'm not feeling great at the moment. Good group on a undulating route. Spent the night chasing Kees as normal and we had a great blast up Sandy lane, which is a tough... read more

  16. RUN
    good HR training 4.3 mi 00:46 10:41 pace

    Well this HR training is proper weird, had to crawl round this run to try and stay between 130-150 bpm in zone three, in the last HR training run I was a min a mile faster in this zone ??? Anyway i... read more

    • Brian G.
      Brian G.

      One possibility is that your resting HR is still up following the 3+ hours run in the lakes At the weekend? Not really a hr expert or practitioner myself, solid enough after the weekend hills though!

      about 5 years ago Like1 person

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    • Christy M.
      Christy M.

      Good luck with the plan:)

      about 5 years ago Like

    • Tigra 2.
      Tigra 2.

      LOL!!!!!! Running fast is so hard, but running slow is equally hard & needs a lot of focus.
      Now you have the Rolls Royes of running shoes on I can imagine it's even harder 2 not kick it in2 the highest gear!!!!!
      Great miles Paul!

      about 5 years ago Like

  17. RUN
    Night run Lake District 15.1 mi 03:45 14:54 pace

    Tough night on some very wet tough single track. Climbing through rocky streams over boggy fells and down over crumbling single track, all in the pitch dark on head torches in wind and rain. I push... read more

    • Christy M.
      Christy M.

      Sounds sexy! Is this Garmin the new one u were talking about?

      about 5 years ago Like

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    • Paul B.
      Paul B. Nice Job
      Nice Job:

      Sounds like it might be bi polar Paul. Great stuff on the run. Glad you all got back safe. When is the actual race?

      about 5 years ago

    • Laura
      Laura You're an Inspiration
      You're an Inspiration:

      Oh, that sounds far too tough. You guys are true warriors... What an experience! Well done Paul :))

      about 5 years ago

  18. RUN
    good club rub experiment 8.61 mi 01:16 08:49 pace

    First club run using a HR/GPS combo watch plus first run in my new ALTRA instinct 1.5's which are a big change from my normal ride of HOKA stinson B's. The new shoes are zero drop and my ... read more

    • Ric M.
      Ric M.

      i love the Lone Peak 1.5's and the Altra Torin, but the Instinct 1.5 didn't work for me. Good luck with the transition, Paul, and let us know how it goes.

      about 5 years ago Like

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    • Tigra 2.
      Tigra 2.

      Damn awesome run Paul!
      I also lowered the drop of my shoes last year & the guy who sold them, told them 2 be carefull & see how the body reacted.
      What I did was kinda dose it. Ran days with regular shoes, then days with the lower drop & slowely build it up. Worked great.
      Rock on warrior!

      about 5 years ago Like

    • Ad G.
      Ad G.

      135 hr is low and good over that distance. That said the annoying thing is that everyone's is different. Put it this way; If your Max HR is 190 then 135 is saying that yesterday was very easy and you are probably very fit. If your max HR is 160 then it was a hardish run. And is your max HR is 135 then you are in trouble lol.

      about 5 years ago Like

  19. Right question for my DM friends I have a new gps watch with HRM, do any of you use HRM as part of your training ? Is there any recommend books on the subject ? What % should I be running in ? I th... read more

    • Yann H.
      Yann H.

      An ultrarunner on DM recommended Philip Maffetone's big book of endurance training and racing. It shows you how to figure out the optimum hr for training (most examples are based on and applicable to runners). It recommends running at a comfortable hr and after some time the pace starts to improve again. I found this to be true and I rarely get injured anymore. Thought it was well worth the purchase. Hope this is helpful.

      about 5 years ago Like1 person

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    • Paul R.
      Paul R.

      I have used one for the past year and if done properly, will make a huge difference in your running. The key is to find the proper HR zones (especially the Aerobic zone which is where you will live for a while). Do not use the preset zones or anything that talks about using just your age. Everyone's zones will vary because everyone is different. There are resources on line. If you have questions reach out to my coach, Kristie Cranford @ No selling just info

      about 5 years ago Like1 person

    • Paul R.
      Paul R.

      Very informative DMers, I've downloaded the book on gonna email the coach and lucky for me ( not him) I can bend Ad's ear down the club!

      about 5 years ago Like

  20. Shared Photo

    After today's run with Kees !