Baz Taylor

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  • beth and Profile picture of Baz TaylorBaz Taylor are now friends 5 months, 1 week ago

  • Helped that i had a train to catch

  • You’re completely right Ian, i’m not known for having a sensible outlook and need a dose of patience

    • Run date: 2 July, 2019
    • Run time: 7.46.23
    • Distance: 36 miles
    • Terrain: Road
    • Comments:

      Feeling better. Still got niggles, mainly major butt ache. Comitted the day to going along the Essex Way from Epping to White Notley, very slow but saw it through.

    • Yowzers! That’s a mahoosive chunk of miles to do even without butt ache! Take care buddy 👍

    • Think I’d have cried off – you be careful Baz – get yourself right again!! Huge chunk of uncomfortable miles!

    • Not sure this was the wisest thing to do with the niggles , think I’d wait till niggle free before this kind of mileage. Big miles clocked up though.

    • Wow nearly 8 hours on your feet, some going that Baz; and super miles, well done

    • You’re completely right Ian, i’m not known for having a sensible outlook and need a dose of patience

    • huge miles for feeling niggly, well done on the distance, and hope the butt ache improves

    • That’s a very long run when still feeling a bit niggly Baz, take it easy until it’s fully better 🙂

    • Run date: 2 July, 2019
    • Run time: 24.35
    • Distance: 3.26 miles
    • Terrain: Road
    • Comments:

      Back from physio

    • Run date: 2 July, 2019
    • Run time: 23.43
    • Distance: 3 miles
    • Terrain: Road
    • Comments:

      To the physio

    • Run date: 2 July, 2019
    • Run time: 36.40
    • Distance: 4 miles
    • Terrain: Road
    • Comments:

      Back from gym

    • Run date: 1 July, 2019
    • Run time: 37.59
    • Distance: 4 miles
    • Terrain: Road
    • Comments:

      Feeling a bit better, still got niggles but moving. Jog to the gym

  • Thanks all, slow and sensible for a bit

    • Run date: 29 June, 2019
    • Run time: 35.25
    • Distance: 4 miles
    • Terrain: Road
    • Comments:

      Jog home from gym

    • Run date: 27 June, 2019
    • Run time: 34.4
    • Distance: 4 miles
    • Terrain: Road
    • Comments:

      Jog to gym

    • Run date: 29 June, 2019
    • Run time: 45.27
    • Distance: 4 miles
    • Terrain: Road
    • Comments:

      Slow jog/walk home from gym

    • Run date: 24 June, 2019
    • Run time: 34.24
    • Distance: 4 miles
    • Terrain: Road
    • Comments:

      Jog and gym session

    • Run date: 29 June, 2019
    • Run time: 32.39
    • Distance: 4 miles
    • Terrain: Road
    • Comments:

      June 17th, struggling to do much so doing short double runs

    • Run date: 23 June, 2019
    • Run time: 33.16
    • Distance: 4 miles
    • Terrain: Road
    • Comments:

      Trying a liitle harder, still very tired, run was on June 17th

    • Run date: 29 June, 2019
    • Run time: 33.46
    • Distance: 4 miles
    • Terrain: Road
    • Comments:

      Also June 10th, not recovering well. 4 is the limt at the moment

    • Run date: 22 June, 2019
    • Run time: 34.22
    • Distance: 4 miles
    • Terrain: Road
    • Comments:

      Struggling…run took place June 10th

  • Baz Taylor posted an update 5 months, 1 week ago

    I’ve got a bit behind logging runs. I’ve not been feeling great since GUCR. Started taking an iron supplement and managed 2 jog and gym sessions this week so slowly recovering. I’m not a natural quick recoverer and those 100+mile events take their toll. Feeling a touch back to square one and rebuilding the runs.

  • Just seen the result, congratulations Sharon!

  • Baz Taylor posted an update 6 months, 1 week ago

    Grand Union Canal Race Blog

    • I have skimmed this – but looks to interesting so will come back to it and read it in depth wth a cuppa – but yikes!! WELL DONE 🙂

    • Fascinating read, Baz! The obvious question is WHY!? I’m familiar with a certain amount of anguish and discomfort – like the difficult last couple miles if I’ve overcooked the pace on a HM. But this is mind boggling stuff – sinking to the ground with exhaustion, having to have people prod you awake, harangue you and goodness knows what else for…[Read more]

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