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Shuttle sprints.


At parents evening tonight I “ran” shuttle sprints between my sons school library, the hall and main corridor. This was because my thoughtful younger son had booked us back to back 5 minute slots so we could see all 11 teachers in as short as time as possible but without taking into account differences in location.

Fortunately his school is on a fairly compact location and he’s a good pupil so he and I were spared protracted discussions and made it out the school gates in just over the hour with GCSE predicated grades and A level choices signed off.

Job done, one worn out mother who’d earned her glass of wine.

I did also go to BMF today, and cycled home against strong winds in the rain. No wonder I’m tired tonight!

Janathon day 28.

1 hour BMF class, 3.1 miles run. 5.4 miles cycled.

Author: fairweatherrunner

West London fair weather runner, British Military Fitness fan, mother of teenage sons and drinker of wine. Sometimes found on the Isle of Wight.

4 thoughts on “Shuttle sprints.

  1. I am going to miss your daily posts. You take the topic of exercise to new levels and I love it.

  2. Oh Madam did that to me last year all appointments in half an hour because she wanted to get to athletics! I did the reverse for my mum all appointments spread out over three hours!

  3. well done! I remember those parent evenings well, there was always one who talked and talked and talked about his/her little cherub

  4. Well done on your organisational genius offspring!

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