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  • 7 miles
  • 01:07 time
  • 638 calories
  • 1 workouts
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  • This Week time period

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  1. RUN
    good The usual , via Oxgangs 7.25 mi 01:07 09:16 pace

    Too bloody hot, needed water after 3 miles. Hilly so pleased I got it done as first run of the week.

  2. RUN
    tired Dundee Running Adventure Mara... 26.2 mi 04:53 11:11 pace

    97/134. Horrific. I have taken a week off and glad I did. The lessons to be learnt from this are...stretch Emma for heaven's sake! Take a hydration backpack! Don't run a marathon a month ... read more

  3. RUN
    alright Craighouse 2.76 mi 00:22 07:58 pace

    My lack of hill training really showing. Hard work!

  4. RUN
    alright Craiglockhart and Buckstone 5.05 mi 00:43 08:35 pace

    Sooooo hungry and tired. Zapped my zero though.

  5. RUN
    good Craiglockhart golf course 3.66 mi 00:33 09:04 pace

    Legs felt heavy, but due to my recent laziness no doubt, well lack of time too. Need to up my game or I'll be doing a PW next week!

    • Coleman M.

      Emma....nice run

      17 days ago Like

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    • Emma W.
      Emma W.

      Thanks you lovely folks! Next weekend is Dundee Running Adventure Marathon. No idea how hard a course it is, but feel woefully underprepared.

      17 days ago Like

    • Phil G.

      You'll be fine, just get yourself in the right frame of mind and give it some on the day. Stop being so British about it :-D

      13 days ago Like

  6. RUN
    good Braid Hills 11.18 mi

    My watch died at about 7.5miles, so had to map the rest and have no idea about the time. Was very hilly though and felt like a fair clip.

  7. RUN
    good Oxgangs 7.25 mi 01:06 09:02 pace

    Hard and hilly tun in the heat!

    • David S.
      David S.

      Solid performance in those conditions Emma! Rock on and stay strong!

      25 days ago Like

  8. RUN
    alright Round the block... 2 mi 00:18 09:07 pace

    Legs felt fine, though the pace felt speedy, so not a good sign. I ran out of time and I think I must've sweated a litre in less than 20 minutes.

  9. RUN
    alright The Wall Ultramarathon Day 1 32 mi 07:18 13:41 pace

    Finally, an attempt to write something of a race report. Probably better for having had the time to mull over the experience for a wee while.
    We spent the night before relaxing and went for a mea... read more

    • Phil G. You're Badass
      You're Badass:

      Good work!

      about 1 month ago

    • Ashley G.
      Ashley G.

      You should most definitely not feel guilty about leaving me! I only wish you had sooner on day 1! I am immensely chuffed with my time considering my training so there's no hard feelings whatsoever on my part! I think what's good about The Wall is that there's always someone to talk and lots of people doing it on their own. You should definitely go for the one day option next year :-)

      21 days ago Like

    • Emma W.
      Emma W.

      Thank you Ashley. You're really kind. You did absolutely great!

      17 days ago Like

  10. RUN
    good Fairmilehead 7.12 mi 01:05 09:11 pace

    Hilly maintenance run. Slightly pulled calf from yesterday, but felt OK.

  11. RUN
    good Craiglockhart Nature Reserve 3.68 mi 00:44 11:57 pace

    This was climbing not running. Also how on earth have I become a wobbly blob in the space of a week.

  12. RUN
    good Craiglockhart golf course 5 mi

    My watch died, so no idea of time, but felt good and pain free.

  13. RUN
    injured The Hermitage of Braid 12.57 mi 01:57 09:18 pace

    Argh, I have done something to my left knee. Was up at Fairmilehead (8) when it suddenly became so sore I had to stop and walk to a bus stop. Got angry at myself and took another shorter route home... read more

    • Emma W.
      Emma W.

      Plus had 7 solid hours walking today aswell. So all time on my feet.

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Phil G. Get Better
      Get Better:

      Hey, hope you have managed to recover okay.

      about 1 month ago

  14. RUN
    blah lame ass run 2.67 mi

    I abandoned a LSD from a mixture of little time, heat and laziness.for shame.

    • Phil G.

      You got out there and did something. Do the long run a different day.

      about 1 month ago Like

  15. RUN
    good CraigLockhart 5 mi 00:43 08:30 pace

    Sore, but felt good. I think the almost religious stretching is helping. I've lost my roller, I'm wondering whether I was sleep walking last night and binned it!

  16. RUN
    good The Hermitage of Braid 10 mi 01:31 09:06 pace

    Hamstrings very tight, and felt lethargic at start, but got into it eventually. I guess this was maintenance pace.

    • Phil G.

      Don't forget to stretch and dare I say it?..... *whisper* foam rollerrrrr. You are putting some miles down!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Emma W.
      Emma W.

      Phil, you are my guru!!!! I was just looking again at Chester. Days off work, lethal. I think I may have event addiction!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Phil G.

      Not so much guru, more nagging ass! :-D Ah, you only need to book the Monday off surely!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Emma W.
      Emma W.

      This is true, I meant I just was off today so I spend my time looking for races. That's the lethal bit. Missing work I couldn't give a monkey's nuts about. Shame on me!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

  17. RUN
    alright Round Craiglockhart golf course 4 mi 00:36 08:58 pace

    My hamstrings were so sore. I've never had that before. Maintenance run.

  18. RUN
    great Braid Hills 21.64 mi 03:39 10:07 pace

    Wow, this felt like an out of body experience. Hip didn't get sore until after 19 miles, which is great. This run was so hilly I don't know what possessed me, but it felt AWESOME!!! Yeah ... read more

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

      Indeed! Most IMPRESSIVE display of power and speed Emma especially given you just ran a marathon a few days ago! Damn!

      2 months ago

    • Phil G. You're Badass
      You're Badass:

      Wow, 22 hilly miles two days after a marathon! Don't forget about rest ;-) Seriously though well done!

      2 months ago

    • Emma W.
      Emma W.

      Hahaha that's great. Thanks so much Phil and David!

      2 months ago Like

  19. RUN
    good Edinburgh Marathon 26.2 mi 04:57 11:19 pace

    A PW. Hahaha. Hats off to Ashley who just ran a sub 5 marathon on virtually no training. This was ultra pace so was good practice for The Beast.

    • Phil G. You Rock
      You Rock:

      Ultra training miles in the bank :-D

      2 months ago

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    • Jean A.
      Jean A.

      Great job Emma!!! Love the miles!

      2 months ago Like

    • Emma W.
      Emma W.

      Thanks so much everybody! I appreciate you taking time to say these things. I realise that what was nice about this race was not worrying about time, just running to finish and this is something I haven't really had with road races. So that was great and gives a change in my perspective on the whole thing. I don't like EMF- except the t-shirt, but this one was good; the crowds, the company, even the weather was OK. Will I run it again? Hmmm

      2 months ago Like