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  1. RUN
    good Fairmilehead, Arthur's Seat, ... 19.68 mi 03:04 09:20 pace

    This was really hilly and I had to walk a couple of times to get water out of my backpack (my hydration tube is broken) and yet I managed this pace. I did end up dehydrated too. It's really an... read more

  2. RUN
    great Gorgie - Inverleith - Leith 11.53 mi

    So nice to run somewhere different. My watch battery died so mapped it, but no idea about pace. Felt easy though It was about 90 minutes I think. very hot out there today for a change.

  3. RUN
    good Morningside 4.66 mi 00:44 09:25 pace

    This felt ok, but I left it a bit late to go out. I wanted to do more miles. Disorganisation.

  4. RUN
    good Random roads and The Hermitag... 8 mi 01:12 08:59 pace

    I felt so bleurgh. I've gained 2/3 lbs since the marathon through lack of training and general laziness with food (aka bread). I need to sort my head out as well as my body. But today the sun ... read more

    • Vern M.
      Vern M.

      Not unusual to have a bit of a post-race letdown with a few weeks of the blahs. This looks like a great 8 to help get back on track, Emma!

      15 days ago Like1 person

    • Emma W.
      Emma W.

      Thanks for that Vern.

      14 days ago Like

    • David S.
      David S.

      Yup - post long race blues are common... FWIW - My weight yo-yo's like the stock market. Since I started xtraining at the gym I packed on the weight like big time (30 lbs)... so I understand carrying the extra stuff. Finally getting it back under control. But wow - felt like fat bastard from Austin Powers movie.

      11 days ago Like

  5. RUN
    great The usual route 6 mi

    This was a naked run, without a watch or music/book and it felt really good though it was a bit disconcerting listening to my heavy breathing. My watch battery had gone and I forgot my headphones. ... read more

  6. RUN
    alright The Commute 4.05 mi 00:40 09:49 pace

    I didn't think it was possible, but I found an evenw orse route home. Yet strangely and annoyingly it was no longer. Just hillier. Fun!

  7. RUN
    good Chesser - Polwarth 6.44 mi

    My watch GPS didn't kick in (again, I need to update it) so I mapped it, no idea of the time as I gave up and forgot to just turn my watch on without satellites. It was quite hilly though, but... read more

  8. RUN
    good Around the block 5 mi

    Better than nothing, but I really do need to find my mojo. Where are you running mojo? Why hast though forsaken me....again!?

    • David S.
      David S.

      I know this feeling alllllll toooo wellll. Seems like I am forever in a base building mode. Maybe someday it will click for both of us. Wouldn;t that just be awesome.

      23 days ago Like

  9. RUN
    All round the Houses 6.57 mi

    My battery went while I was busy talking up a storm with the Mormon missionaries. MMy vegan ice cream didn't melt which just goes to show how darn cold it is.

  10. RUN
    tired the commute 4 mi 00:40 10:00 pace

    Finally a run!

  11. RUN
    good Around Morningside 5.5 mi

    My watch battery went just as I got home and I can'tr member the time. Good to be back out.

  12. RUN
    alright Manchester Marathon 26.2 mi 04:07 09:25 pace

    So I’ve had a few days to mull over this race and do a post-mortem so to speak. I did Manchester marathon a couple of years ago and it was a fantastic race, both in terms of its organisation and in... read more

    • Vern M.
      Vern M.

      From here it looks like you did very well in difficult conditions, Emma. A shame to see such a great race outgrow itself and bog down under its own weight. Congrats and well done-- I have no doubt your battle is not over!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Emma W.
      Emma W.

      Thank you for your lovely words Vern.

      about 1 month ago Like2 people

    • David S.
      David S.

      Fantastic work in some very tough conditions Emma! And for the record - that is a very respectable time!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Kevan C.
      Kevan C. Great Performance
      Great Performance:

      Still a great job Zola. 23 miles at 3:30...ARRR!!! nearly had it.

      about 1 month ago

  13. RUN
    alright Ocean Terminal to home 4.04 mi 00:35 08:44 pace

    Hard work, hamstring on right very very tight and sore. Maranoia has set in.

    • Vern M.
      Vern M.

      Oh no, not maranoia! Hope it's merely one of those phantom taper pains!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Pope Jan
      Pope Jan

      Tried lying on the ground with your legs up the wall? That's really good for stretching the hammies.

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • David S.
      David S. You're an Inspiration
      You're an Inspiration:

      Fingers crossed for you Emma. Sending you +++Vibes and prayers. Just say NO to Maranoia. Repeat after me: I am awesome, I am stronger than this, I got this, David said I am a badass - so it must be true. I am awesome. I am a lioness in a field of lambs, a rocket in a pair of awesome running shoes.

      about 1 month ago

    • Vern M.
      Vern M.

      Hope you're feeling better, Emma!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

  14. RUN
    alright Maintenance Miles 4.06 mi 00:36 08:49 pace

    Had to bail early; running in the evening having not drunk anything all day and with a stomach full of peanut butter baguette is a mistake.

    • Vern M.
      Vern M.

      Not the best setup for a run, but still you made 4 miles!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Daniela

      Sounds ... interesting ;) Still a fantastic run and great pace Emma!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • David S.
      David S. Great Performance
      Great Performance:

      Sounds like it, I've made myself notes to learn from this. Still - nice strong work even with a bad tummy Emma. Stay strong my friend.

      about 1 month ago