Rebecca Bateman took some time off from perfecting her headstand to lead Tuesday Training from her back garden with a session of running drills plus some coordination and strength. The video is saved on the group Facebook Page.

Martin Pipet was the first BRR to complete Bys Vyken Events’ Laps on Lockdown which involves a run, walk or crawl of 5K, 10K, half or full Marathon, with a minimum of 5 laps in the route. Martin was overtaken by the invisible man and finished second. https://bysvykenevents.vpweb.co.uk/v-i-laps-on-lockdown

Claire Barlow ran 13 times around the block for her Laps on Lockdown challenge, turning round half way. “Ran past the same people several times! First in the age category! First female and 1st Overall! Go me 😅 🥇 whoop whoop! ”

Virtual Insanity Continues: https://bysvykenevents.vpweb.co.uk/v-i-outbreak-edition

Nichola Sinclair‘s doggies are no longer talking to her after a 10.3 mile run

Claire Barlow discovered Tik Tok and went back for third helpings of Virtual Insanity

Lesley Taphouse and Katrina Verran received medals for challenges completed last week

BRRs have been seeking out the hilliest routes they can find this week, as part of Tom Sparkes’ 3 Peaks Challenge. Not difficult to find hilly routes in Cornwall and the BRRs have managed to find some real corkers.

Damian Philp ran “Eleven Hills of Damn Right Stupidity”

From Emma Stephens “Good people of Bodmin, I present to you… THE HELLANDBRIDGE HELLER. The hill to end all hills, almost 2 miles of constant climb. I found this beauty when pondering how to complete Tom’s climbing challenge. Just turn right when you get to Hellandbridge on the Camel trail and keep going all the way to the T junction. You can then turn right again and come back into Bodmin on the old A30. How about giving it a go? I’ve created a segment on Strava. It’s a great time to do it as the lanes would ordinarily be busy with drivers taking the shortcut to Camelford. Happy Easter all 💙”

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Rebecca Bateman did “Lloyds bank steps reps and Crinnicks to really finish me off”

Louise Richardson “count me in. I’ve not got any option but to run hills from my house 😜”

Andrew Ross “did a little prep on Tregullon (Gail’s favourite) yesterday”

Gail Hartill has running the Hills of Hell and found “it’s better in the dark as u don’t see the big hill.” 

In other news

Craig Welch and his son Jack have been working out to Just Dance and doing roly polys down Bodmin Beacon

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Stephen Woodard‘s been working on his juggling skills

Jane Stephens has been making pasties

Emma Stephens has been trying to teach Ben Crowle to play the piano