Thanks Scott. Sounds like it's really coming together now and a very impressive build up of the miles. That session is scarily quick from where I'm sitting, and with a bit of distance behind you some very good times are just round the corner....
Faxes? Is there anyone other than NHS that still uses a fax machine these days????
Monday may be a possibility - depends on whether I get an LSR in on Sunday or not, which in turn depends on what happens for the rest of the weekend. Possibility of an overnight kayak trip with my son.
7.5M to station this morning on very heavy legs. Easyish 5.5 home tonight, then no running tomorrow and possible parkrun again Saturday - ideally to continue the trend of the last two weeks and finish 3rd but take another 24s off
Shame - would be interested, but it's half term and we're away...
SG - Nice easy 2 miles easy warm up, and even some leg swings for the old adductor. I'm a changed man - well, too old to get away with it these days that is
As for the 7 at 6:30, not intended to be anything other than a record of the total miles run with the pace being kinda irrelevant, other than for Garmin averages. It's in my training log as "Interval session" with details in the comments field, but I'll not add it in the session report again if it makes you feel better
Sounds like you've had a much better turn out tonight, so worth persevering?
Nice 1k reps there Simon - think faster rather than shorter
Track Wednesday today. Intended a nice simple 5 x 1200 off 90 sec at 5k pace, but time was tight so ended up doing 4 x 1200 (90s) and then 3 x 200 (30s) (which ended up about the same total time anyway, but hey ho!). Happy with the 1200s, as target was 4:15 and they came out relatively comfortably as 4:15, 4:12, 4:12, 4:13. Not so happy with the 200s - reinforces just how little pure speed I have, as even working hard I could only get them to come out as 37, 36, 36
Total session including warm up etc was 7M at 6:30