Sunday, September 11, 2005
On this day:

1:55 Easy, 16 Miles approx

GIVEN how my calves felt after running a 5k race in spikes for the first time in my life, the last thing I wanted to do was run. As it was, I went for a 1:55 sojourn with the M.P.U. in my newer NB 832's. We ran a combination of several of my routes, encompassing the Kennet, the Thames, Prospect Park & Richfield Avenue. Aerobically I felt fantastic, I just wasn't breathing any harder at the end of the run than I was at the start. Muscularly I felt rubbish, my lower legs were just so sore I was like a grass seeking missile on the run, such was the pasting road & other firm surfaces was giving my legs. Got round OK though with no tweaks to speak of, except a minor knot on my right shin (exactly equidistant between my knee and my ankle). 'Mediocre'..

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