Category Archives: Easy run

Midweek runs and Great Glen recce plans

This week I have had two runs. On Tuesday night I went out with Katrina for a run after work. Katrina was concerned that I might want to go faster than she wanted to but it ended up me holding … Continue reading

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Plans for the rest of the year

My long term goal is to try and run 100 ultras by the time I’m 70! To do that I need to run 5 ultras a year for the next 13yrs. I know a lot of runners do more than … Continue reading

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Midweek Runs

Firstly a quick update on my Heart Tests. The consultant at the Royal Alexandria Hospital in Paisley rang yesterday. I was in the middle of an event at the Emirates so had to ring back. I spoke to the consultant’s … Continue reading

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First run of 2016

I don’t think I’ve gone 13 days at the beginning of a year without running for a number of years. If you have read my blog post about my collapse on New Year’s Eve you will know that I cracked … Continue reading

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Midweek runs

I didn’t run on Monday night at the club as our girls were arriving and I didn’t want to miss out. So I’ve had two easy runs this week so far. Tuesday – run after work I ran from school … Continue reading

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Midweek Runs

I feel as though I’m ticking over at the moment but that was always the plan. I have about 30 miles to complete my 2015 miles in 2015 so I should achieve that by the end of next week. I’m … Continue reading

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Midweek runs

I’m continuing to tick over with another couple of easy runs Wednesday and Thursday. Wednesday I ran before work on my normal 6 mile loop. It was pitch dark when I set off at 6.30am and was still dark when … Continue reading

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