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  • 9 miles
  • 01:34 time
  • 1064 calories
  • 2 workouts
  • This Week time period


  1. RUN
    good Boxworth adas rtn 6.01 mi 01:02 10:21 pace

    Steady paced multi terrain. Autumn definitely in the air now

  2. RUN
    good dd loop 3.05 mi 00:32 10:23 pace

    Short & steady recovery run

  3. RUN
    good Swavesey Busway 9.04 mi 01:32 10:08 pace

    Slow start picked up paced towards end

  4. RUN
    good Crem 5 5.09 mi 00:54 10:32 pace

    Yet another multi terrain steady run. Glorious autumn morning

  5. RUN
    good Boxworth adas rtn 6.03 mi 01:05 10:43 pace

    Another multi terrain steady run. sun shining lovely today after yesterday rain

  6. RUN
    good Boxworth adas rtn 6.01 mi 01:08 11:21 pace

    Another easy paced multi terrain run. Surprisingly warm And humid today

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Quite a few DMs are mentioning the heat and humidity. Great to see it didn't stop you. Nice 6 miler Brian!

      7 days ago Like1 person

  7. RUN
    dd loop 3.02 mi 00:35 11:29 pace

    Still keeping things very easy, resisting the temptation to go faster.

  8. RUN
    good Knapwell woods 8.05 mi 01:39 12:13 pace

    I have been feeling very tired lately so slowed this one right down felt a lot better for it although I kept wanting to speed up a bit

    • Ines H.
      Ines H.

      Great 8 miler, Brian. And sometimes one has to step back and take it a bit easier.

      9 days ago Like1 person

    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      Always best trusting your instincts. Your body just needed a breather. That said still a great 8M!

      9 days ago Like1 person

    • Ruth H.
      Ruth H.

      Nice one Brian. Hope you have a less weary week.

      9 days ago Like1 person

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      With the number of miles and runs you do each week I'd be enjoying some extra sofa time with my feet up:-) Great that you stuck with it and sensible to ease off the pace from time to time to allow some physical and maybe mental respite from the usual routine. Great job Brian!

      9 days ago Like1 person

  9. RUN
    alright Home to Gym Via DD 3.36 mi 00:37 11:08 pace

    Usual easy run followed by core & strength routine

  10. RUN
    alright Crem 5 5.08 mi 00:53 10:26 pace

    Steady paced multi terrain run. I find it a bit frustrating that just a couple of years ago I could comfortably run this route in under 45 min and there was a time I even ran i in under 35 min but ... read more

    • Kerry K.
      Kerry K.

      I know just how you feel!

      12 days ago Like1 person

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Nice miles Brian. We're always our own worst and most harsh critics. I suppose slowing times is just a fact of running life but still better to keep on running those miles instead of being one of those couch potatoes who say 'I can't run' and where a 5 miler at any pace would be like climbing Everest.

      12 days ago Like1 person

    • Ruth H.
      Ruth H.

      Im so glad I don't have youthful runs to reflect on. Although I wish I had started earlier. We have to be glad of reaching our 60's, &, you still knock spots of many half your age.

      12 days ago Like1 person

    • Adam O.
      Adam O.

      Great miles Brian. I concur with Steve!

      11 days ago Like1 person

  11. RUN
    good DD Blackberry Way Lolworth 4.18 mi 00:46 10:53 pace

    Easy pace XC recovery run, went well part from 1 section where the path had been freshly ploughed had to walk that bit.

  12. RUN
    alright Madingley 2 trees rtn 6 mi 01:04 10:36 pace

    4 x 3/4 mile intervals with 1/4 mile recoveries + warm up & cool down. Splits 6;33, 6:24,6;29, 6:44. tough session but felt ok

  13. RUN
    alright dd loop 3.01 mi 00:35 11:31 pace

    Short & slow recovery run followed with usual core & strength. Feeling tired today

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Nice job with the recovery miles and core/strength - especially when tired. It's too easy for me to throw in the towel even before I get started when I feel like that.

      15 days ago Like1 person

    • Ruth H.
      Ruth H.

      Paul did well thanks Brian. He still feels the effects of Lymes Disease at times, but, his main problem is his knee. Damage from all those army miles with a pack! He would have liked to be faster, but, hes happy.

      15 days ago Like1 person

  14. RUN
    good Knapwell woods 8.18 mi 01:28 10:48 pace

    glorious autumn morning perfect for steady paced XC running

  15. RUN
    great Home to Gym Via DD 3.38 mi 00:37 11:02 pace

    Easy paced run then usual core & strength

  16. RUN
    good Boxworth Rtn 5.05 mi 00:52 10:13 pace

    Steady Paced XC Run. Starting to get muddy in places I wont be able to use this route much more this year

    • Steve M.
      Steve M.

      Yes getting to that time of year to start digging the winter clothing out. Nice work.

      19 days ago Like1 person

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      It always feels like a funny transition for me this time of year where regularly trodden terrain become no go areas due to changes in conditions and more limited day light hours. Nice miles Brian!

      19 days ago Like1 person

    • Ruth H.
      Ruth H.

      Miserable to think its Autumn already. Great run.

      19 days ago Like1 person

  17. RUN
    good dd loop 3.01 mi 00:33 10:49 pace

    Easy recovery jog

  18. RUN
    great Hill Repeats x 12 5.01 mi 00:54 10:43 pace

    12 x uphill jog back recoveries + warm up & cool down. Splits 1:19, 1:23, 1:23, 1:22, 1:22, 1:21, 1:21, 1;21, 1:20, 1:20, 1:20, 1:17. I did not check any of the splits untill after I had finis... read more

  19. RUN
    good Treadmill 3 mi 00:32 10:45 pace

    Easy 3 on the TM then usual core & strength