Lazy Nic, well done for getting out. I'm pretty sure that there isn't a runner alive that hasn't been verbally abused like that, but as Amy said not one of those guys would be out doing what you are doing. Could tell you a story or two but may put you off!
Hope the run went well Amy without the reappearance of the eggs.
Alarm went off this morning at 5 for my planned easy 6 miler, it occured to me when I looked at my watch again that I wasn't 2 miles into my run. I must have dropped off again. Planned easy 6 turned into a hard(ish) 4 - Rest day tomorrow and whats the betting I won't be able to drop off again!!
Wait until later and go out is the obvious answer once you feel comfortable enough - But if not, treadmill is fine - running becomes a habit so it is better to get into the habit of doing some form of run than getting into the habit of deciding not to run because of ........................ (insert reason)
I tend to do all my runs at 5 o'clock (except one which was 3:35 am) so it does tend to be cooler then!
JR you are going to absolutely stonk that 10K - sub 50 for sure.
Another nice sunny day, after yesterdays whinging, I shut the legs up today and made them work harder than normal. Great to be out and about with no other people around. A mile warm up followed by a minute faster than normal and minute jog between each minute. Did that 25 times until i ran out of time and road. 6 miles
Being Tuesday was time for a quicker run. Off we set my legs and me. From the off my legs started to whinge like a two year old. The run continued and still the legs wouldn't shut up. The stinging nettles gave them something else to think about, the moaning continued and the "faster" run went on, until eventually we got home, only 6 miles, so finally legs we are home so shut up legs.
(haven't told them yet that tomorrow is a mile warm up, followed by 1 minute, 2 minute and 3 minutes fast, off a minute followed by 3, 2, 1 and then probably back up)