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Seasons greetings to all runnersforum.co.uk members!

So... Christmas Day - Rest day or Training? :)

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Granty said:
Training for me as well. (now, there is something I'd never thought I'd be saying!!)
Christmas day........Training.........Your having a laugh.


Anyway I`ve got to rest for my 5k on Boxing day..............:eek:
 

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Only a short one with my mate so should be fine, besides, I normally feel so bloated on Christmas day I could do with it !

Good luck on Boxing day mate.
 

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Granty said:
Good luck on Boxing day mate.
Knowing what Christmas day can be like,I`ll be glad to make the start Granty.
 

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resting for me, a run on the thursday though 27th and a race on new years day for me

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I don't know yet I will see how the mood takes me, there is something appealing about going out earlyish for a run over the local country park.

MERRY CHRISTMAS ONE AND ALL
 

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Deffo not running. I've been in training for Christmas since November 1st. Plenty of beer, Haribo and Griggs pies. Back on it straight after though.:eek:
 

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Depending on how long the Village carol singing goes on (and Apres sing festivities) on Christmas Eve, we'll be out for a gentle run on Christmas day morning. I wouldn't go so far as to call it 'training'. After a quick shower we'll put on some traditional music (King's College), light a candle, uncork a bottle of bubbly, fish around under the Christmas tree like excited kids, then start opening our presents. This has been our routine for some years and we love it.
Cheers!
 
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