Hectic weekend but that’s the first phase of the garden improvements almost done. Ten made to measure raised beds build.
Last few steps – build the flat packed wheelbarrow!
Who sells a flatpacked wheelbarrow – Argos of course – you have to carry it out of the shop! PS if you are buying a wheelbarrow from Homebase in Hamilton check them carefully – both that I looked at had bolts missing.
Once it’s built – the rhubarb and the compost bin needs moved then it’s time to get the beds filled.
After uploading the photos from Saturday’s parkrun I thought I would have a quick look at my Flickr stats to see what my most popular photos have been (not that I take photos for other people of for the stats but ….)
I have tried to be provocative with my titles – “Something Dirty”
which came in at number 10.
Continue reading My “Best” Photos? – NO !
Found this as a “beginners” workout – killed me – never even got to the third round. Every muscle in my body is screaming !
Try a training plan, which will help you strengthen your whole body in many planes. And moreover, you will enjoy it.
Source: TRX Workouts – 30 minute home workout plan
Following my recent groin strain – stop sniggering at the back – that’s me back running again.
Slow and steady – but I never did run any other way !
So – back to Strathclyde parkrun this Saturday and more importantly – the MND Scotland fun run also in Strathclyde park on Saturday 16th May.
It’s a cause close to my heart and I will be fundraising for MND Scotland in memory of my brother Derek and my daughter Emma.
You can donate here : https://www.justgiving.com/DerekGoodman
I’m looking to liberate two of my Garmin running watches.
A GPS enabled Forerunner 205 and a non-GPS (foot-pod based) Forerunner 50.
I’m doing a mini-auction with the proceeds going to charity – MND Scotland.
See here for the 205 and here for the 50.
Just like the true athlete that I am what else would I do the day before the loch ness marathon but run another parkrun?
The walk to the event gave me a good opportunity to walk the last mile of the marathon, I doubt it will be that quiet tomorrow!
Here’s to a nice gentle run today, ticking off another Scottish parkrun.
Remember – you can show your appreciation here : http://www.JustGiving.com/MNDScotland or by texting ross70 £10 to 70070.
I found a much shadier and scenic route for today’s run :
But I quickly realised why the local runners all stick to the main roads.
My slowest 5k in a long time. Mind you, according to my Fitbit I climbed the equivalent of 34 floors yesterday!
Well that was a first in a long time:
I went for a run
AND I ENJOYED IT !
Yes it was only 5k
Yes it was slow
Yes it was uninterrupted
Yes my head was held high
Yes I smiled all the way
Wondering why I couldn’t download my run from my watch.
It was not plugged in!