How many does one equate to?
I'd read somewhere it was around 10% slower but I guess there are factors like snow depth, ice or no ice, running on treated or untreated roads or even pavements etc to take into account
I thought I'd seen the back of my slower post Christmas times finally last week but I went out and did 7 miles on Saturday morning that would normally take me around 58 minutes and I was around 9-10 minutes slower
Quite demoralising until I considered the affect of the snow or the fact that I might still have the remnants of this virus
I guess the key is how I get on this week, now the snow has gone and it's the first "rest" week in the Manchester Marathon training
A mile is a mile. Simple as that.
you dont measure 'miles run agsinst the wind' differently to non windy conditions-so why does snow ofer up a great debate?
1 mile in snow= 1 mile
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