4 months to get fit

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Beaver, Jan 7, 2016.

  1. Tuesday wildchild

    Tuesday wildchild I'm a circle!

    @Beaver I've booked you a camping spot at Chez Wildchild for next year's Spartan race.
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  2. I've been having a read of your walking thread with interest.

    Would like to come along to one, but my summer weekends are pretty busy already.



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  3. I guess that's excusable, hopefully you've not ached as much as me

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  4. In that there French France??

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  5. I'm quite busy too, bit I'm aiming for every other week or so.

    This isn't my exclusive thing though everyone. If you're the walking type, suggest somewhere or a date you can make or both. You don't have to do any more than that.
     
  6. Tuesday wildchild

    Tuesday wildchild I'm a circle!

    Oui
     
  7. Evening all, I've gone and got myself a new target.

    I've been persuaded to do a 10k run in December. So that gives 5 months to get fitter

    WHOOPS!

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  8. Terrordales

    Terrordales Nightshift Admin

    Looney :p
     
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  9. Excercise is addictive.
    I've been busy the last few weeks, it's about time I struggled up a mountain somewhere. :thinking:
     
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  10. I've been a bit quiet on this over the summer, my social life has flourished but I've still been doing some exercise.

    We've been canoeing, mountain biking, parkrunning, walking and still doing the gym classes

    2 weeks ago I went for a longer run than I'd done before and ended up doing a pinch over 10k. I walked a couple of bits bit got round in about 1 hour 15.

    Then yesterday we went for a little walk

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    Can you guess where we went?

    My legs are tired today, but less achey than after the mudder, so I'm taking that as a positive sign.

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  11. Flakey

    Flakey Sponsor

    Busy up there isn't it :thumbsup:
     
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  12. It was rammed when we got to the top!

    Really surprised me as the route we went up was pretty quiet, went about an hour without seeing anyone else

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  13. Flakey

    Flakey Sponsor

    All the train travellers
     
  14. Poptop2

    Poptop2 Moderator

    Just read this thread. Well done S :thumbsup:
     
  15. Lots and lots of walkers too, I'd have happily rode the train down but at £22 each, it seemed a bit steep to me.

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  16. Thanks Popps :)

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  17. Wot no thumbs..:eek:

    Well done you..:hattip:
    Mrs b did a 10k off road run today 59 mins..
     
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  18. It is down a mountain...;)

    well done ...:hattip:
     
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  19. I've got achey legs again today

    Yesterday I did my 21st parkrun, then last night I met up with my friends from the mudder and we did the "Gung-ho spooktacular"

    It was a 5k with inflatable obstacles and the later starters got chased by zombies

    We got round in about an hour.

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    Then we went out and are pies and drank our own bodyweight in cocktails

    The next target is looming, 6 weeks until the 10k Christmas cracker run!

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  20. Seems I forgot to update this..

    Training for the 10k was going ok, I'd started getting a few longer runs in and even got myself out for a few evening runs in the cold and dark.

    Then at the end of November I got a good dose of concussion and apparently went a bit weird for a while. The Dr told me to stop training until I was better. So I went into the 10k having only been back at work a week and not done anything more strenuous that a walk to the shops for 3 weeks.

    It was a pretty flat course but over half of it was along the beach, thankfully hardish damp sand rather than the dry loose stuff. I found it very tough and couldn't keep up with my friend i had hoped to run with. But I did it, and didn't walk any of it. I think my time was about 1hr 16ish but I didn't care, I was super chuffed just to have made it.

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    That pic was before the start, I looked as ruined as I felt at the finish.



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