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Emma logged 4537 miles.

Last workout 14 days ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. RUN
    good A short slow one with my wee ... 2 mi

    No idea about time, just went out to give Catalina's new shoes a spin. It was good fun, which is all that matters really 😃

  2. Shared Photo

    My footprints along Nairn Beach. I am so lucky to live by the beach in the Highlands of Scotland. Blessed!

  3. RUN
    good Nairn Beach 3.56 mi 00:38 10:40 pace

    I ran along Lochloy road, round the golf course and holiday park and back down the beach. It was lovely, but I was cutting it fine with the daylight and I would have gotten lost. It was hard work r... read more

    • Vern M.
      Vern M.

      Well done! Running in the sand is tough-- I ran a race on the beach several years ago and it was the hardest race ever. Running is such a great way to explore your new location!

      15 days ago Like

    • Daniela

      That sounds beautiful! Well done! I can't wait to get back to Scotland in June! :)

      14 days ago Like

  4. Shared Photo

    My Timelord on The Thames medal. My biggest ever!

  5. RUN
    blah First run around Nairn! 3.66 mi 00:38 10:22 pace

    My first run of the year and my first run in my new town. I say town, but there's only around 12000 people here, so virtually a village. I went out having just eaten a baked potato, which was ... read more

    • Vern M.
      Vern M.

      Good to see you back here, Emma-- and a nice run! From your pics, Nairn looks like a charming place. :)

      16 days ago Like

    • Daniela

      Sounds like you had a lot on your plate. All the best for your new start!

      14 days ago Like

  6. RUN
    alright Timelord on The Thames 13.1 mi 02:32 11:36 pace

    I did absolutely no training for this event, so it's a miracle that I did more than a couple of miles. It was a lapped 3.8 mile run, for up to 6 hours. It was measured officially too so could ... read more

  7. RUN
    alright All around Morningside 5.28 mi 00:50 09:27 pace

    My word this was grim. I was forced to go out by Nazar, who seems to take pleasure in taunting me about my lack of fitness. Every step was terrible and I couldn't wait for it to be over. Then ... read more

    • Euan M.
      Euan M.

      It's always the way. 'Nobody feels worse after a workout', is the quote I always think of

      5 months ago Like1 person

    • Emma W.
      Emma W.

      Thanks Euan. You are so right. I need to remember this!

      5 months ago Like

    • Kevan C.
      Kevan C.

      Glad you ran, and will run again, keep faith.

      5 months ago Like

  8. RUN
    good Around the neighbourhood 4 mi 00:42 10:35 pace

    I got Isabella, my runhappy 8 year old to run with me, to force me out of the door, which she did with aplomb. I salute her my lovely dear. She ran pretty much the whole way, but we had to stop and... read more

  9. RUN
    alright First run home from new office 4.52 mi 00:40 08:48 pace

    The commute in high humidity and heat. A thoroughly unpleasant run, but glad I did it. It was quicker than the bus. Only downside of doing this is leaving my laptop at work. I could not take it in ... read more

    • Kevan C.
      Kevan C.

      running from work is just the best way to end a working day...sort of leave it all behind. Keep at it Em.x

      6 months ago Like1 person

  10. RUN
    alright Stenhouse and back 3.72 mi 00:34 09:14 pace

    Oh my goodness, it's so hard to run when you're only running once in a blue moon. After a bad weekend I decided I had to force myself out, so I got in this short one before hitting the de... read more

    • Vern M.
      Vern M.

      Nice job getting out there again, Emma! A few more days like this and you'll be back in the groove again.

      6 months ago Like

    • Pope Jan
      Pope Jan

      Tip: blue-tinted sunglasses make every moon look blue. That way you can go out every night/morning.

      6 months ago Like1 person

    • Emma W.
      Emma W.

      Wisdom there Pope! Thanks! Thanks Vern.x

      6 months ago Like2 people

  11. RUN
    blah The Hermitage 7.75 mi 01:13 09:23 pace

    So. Tired. This. Is. How. It. Feels. When. You. Exercise. Once. A. Week.

  12. RUN
    alright Around Morningside 5.16 mi 00:45 08:38 pace

    This felt grim, as is befitting of a runner who never seems to get out for a run! Work stress and other things have taken over recently and I have let my training go. Of course the less exercise yo... read more

  13. RUN
    good Around the golf course 4.83 mi 00:41 08:24 pace

    Fitted in a run finally, in the sweltering heat with a stomach full of foot long veggie sub. Unpleasant to put it mildly.

  14. 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

  15. 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.

  16. 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.

  17. 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!

      8 months ago Like1 person

    • Emma W.
      Emma W.

      Thanks for that Vern.

      8 months 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.

      8 months ago Like