Yeah, TBH Andy I think one race will just make an intersting/ fun training run that time of year whereas I think if I tried both races it could well seriously affect my training well into Febuary. Not worth the risk IMHO.
hi HeOw, neither north or south, pretty much in the middle, I am in lincolnshire, and further to my 10k endeavours, I have been thinking about it and dont really think I am built for a quick 10k, so will concentrate on half and full marathons.
you lot still going on here ha ha
I'm doing Stockport 10, it would be nice to extend my forum friends
HeOw - totally agree re: 10K training
5m jog tonight and the combo of massage and rest is starting to work- piriformis is loosening up and my legs are beginning to feel like my own.
Even starting to toy with the idea of RACING Snod, rather than just going along for the ride....
Jason, Jason, Jason, I have just spent 10 mins pondering whether you would suit a racing snood (I imagined it was a racing green one). Then, the penny dropped... Yes, I imagine racing it would be ok? You aren't exactly a novice at the running shit.
Mish, I shall see you in the glamour pool of Stockport!
HeOw- LOL! It's just that running eyeballs out= extra recovery time afterwards= delayed return to base= delayed return to hard training.....
Good luck to all racing! Look forward to the reports
Oldham Half Marathon on Sunday, any other takers ?
i am doing Oldham as i live near the course yes very tough
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