Miles:
7460 total / 613 in 2015
Goal:

To stay healthy, and hold up the ravages of time

Track and share your training!

Dailymile makes it easy to keep track of your workouts. Map your routes and share with a community of active people.

  • 0 miles
  • 0:00 time
  • 0 calories
  • 0 workouts
  •  
  • This Week time period

Entries

  1. RUN
    alright Madingley 3 H/Shoes rtn 5 mi 00:51 10:06 pace

    Steady paced run just a bit faster than MP

  2. RUN
    alright Knapwell woods 8.04 mi 01:23 10:22 pace

    Steady paced XC run. Bluebells are just starting to bloom not quite a carpet of blue yet but will be soon

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      It's a lovely time of year and running is a great way to enjoy it:-) Nice miles Brian!

      3 days ago Like

  3. RUN
    alright Boxworth Rtn 5.03 mi 00:51 10:07 pace

    Steady paced XC run on a super warm morning. Just 11 days to go now!

  4. VELO
    10 mi 00:31 19.6mph pace

    Easy leg loosening spinning

  5. RUN
    good Boxworth Rtn 5.03 mi 00:51 10:13 pace

    Steady paced XC run

  6. VELO
    Ex Bike 10 mi 00:32 18.5mph pace

    Easy spinning to give running muscles a bit of recovery

  7. RUN
    alright US Cem Comberton 13.56 mi 02:18 10:11 pace

    Dummy Run. At Marathon pace in marathon kit. Very warm today at least if it is warm on the day I have had chance to practice. Last few miles were hard but only 5 days since my 20 miler that was on... read more

  8. RUN
    alright DD Blackberry Way Lolworth 4.2 mi 00:43 10:14 pace

    XC running keeping the legs turning over

  9. RUN
    alright Crem 5 5.09 mi 00:51 09:55 pace

    Steady paced XC running pushing the pace over the last mile or so. Still feeling Sundays miles in my legs. waited until this afternoon for this one when it was a bit warmer, thinking it might be wa... read more

  10. RUN
    alright Box Swav Fen D Longstanton Rtn 20.09 mi 03:36 10:45 pace

    Last long one of the campaign now is TAPER TIME!!!!!!!!!

    • Kerry K.
      Kerry K.

      woohoo! Great training this cycle. Try not to go too crazy during the taper.

      16 days ago Like1 person

    • Ruth H.
      Ruth H.

      Yeah! Tapering! That can be hard work too. That was a great run. Its yours in 3 weeks.

      15 days ago Like1 person

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Woah... that feels to have come round quick. Great 20 miler!!! The hard part now is probably going to be resisting the long distances now that your accustomed to them. Enjoy the taper. You'll be in for a great marathon experience!:-)

      15 days ago Like1 person

  11. RUN
    alright Boxworth Rtn 5.01 mi 00:53 10:38 pace

    XC recovery run

  12. RUN
    Coton 9 9.27 mi 01:34 10:07 pace

    Midweek miles running at or slightly faster than goal marathon pace. Felt a comfortable pace.

  13. Shared Photo

  14. Shared Photo

    Finishing last weeks 1/2. and look there are people behind me. And see how hilly it is?

  15. RUN
    Madingley 3 H/Shoes rtn 5.03 mi 00:49 09:48 pace

    Steady pace run to start the final big week before the taper starts. still a bit tight in the R/Hamstring

  16. RUN
    Treadmill 8 mi 01:22 10:15 pace

    Very windy outside today, so wimped out to the treadmill today. I could still feel the tightness in hamstring from Friday but it did not cause any problems.

  17. RUN
    alright Busway 20.19 mi 03:34 10:36 pace

    The long one. All was fine until about 13 mile when sudden cramp in right hamstring brought me to a sudden halt, stopped stretched & massaged it. walked and jogged for a couple of miles seemed ... read more

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Woah... looking at those miles I feel like a very inadequate runner! Sorry to hear about the troubles - amazing that you soldiered on and managed to do another 7 miles despite the pain. Hope it hasn't caused any lasting damage. With your running expertise you couldn't be in better hands!:-)

      25 days ago Like1 person

    • Ruth H.
      Ruth H.

      Phew! What a fantastic run!Cramp was a nuisance, but, you dealt with it well (Id have walked home),hopefully the soreness will soon pass.

      24 days ago Like1 person

    • Steve M.
      Steve M.

      Another good run and your problem dealt with sensibly.

      24 days ago Like1 person

    • Kerry K.
      Kerry K.

      Ouch. I hope your legs get this cramping stuff out of their system before the big day.

      23 days ago Like1 person

  18. RUN
    alright dd chil boxworth 7.03 mi 01:14 10:31 pace

    Midweek miles, still feeling Sundays run

  19. RUN
    alright Crem 5 5.08 mi 00:53 10:24 pace

    leg loosening XC run. Time for the final push

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      Almost there. I'll have enjoy it from the comfort of my sofa:-) If I enter the ballot every year for the next 50 I'm sure I'll run it one of these days. Good luck with the rest of your training. You've done the really hard work and now it's all about the finishing touches.

      27 days ago Like1 person

    • Kerry K.
      Kerry K.

      Nice to run w/ you! :)

      27 days ago Like1 person

  20. Shared Photo

    That is called negative progress. Age is taking its toll. It looks like I am loosing 20 sec per mile every year

    • Holly T.
      Holly T.

      Here's the thing though, you are still putting in miles which is positive progress!

      29 days ago Like

    • Kerry K.
      Kerry K.

      To be fair, though, you were using this as a marathon training run this year, which you executed perfectly!

      29 days ago Like1 person

    • Stephen H.
      Stephen H.

      I agree with Kerry - Your runs right now are focused on distance and endurance rather than speed. I lost speed when I was training for the Yorkshire marathon. You'll be able to get it back after London!

      28 days ago Like1 person