I never said MP was not a problem , heaven forbid... It was supposed to sound more like not such a BIG problem, compared to LT pace . Having said that I used races to get my MP miles in when I trained for my last marathon. Hitting MP on my own is an entirely different ballgame. Somehow it never seems so bad when there's other people around.
Nice recovery run there. I like them too. Never understand when people go like "oh, but I can't run that slow". The slower, the better
LMH: I didn't sleep much either . As much as I hated being unable to run when I had that virus, at least it meant I could sleep continuously for 10 hours, night after night. Now I wake up at 2am again ... and fall asleep shortly before the alarm goes But I stil managed to drag myself up today and got a half-decent MLR in.
What: 12.5 why: MLR last hard: n/a last rest: 26/2 lyrics: yes
I am finding those paces pretty fast too but I guess you are raring to go, soups. If coach Sam gave you the all clear then you'll be fine. She knows her stuff .
Nice speed session last night, Mr. P.
Slowkoala: you have me frothing at the mouth now. Hot cross buns, yummy!!!
On another note: I always thought cranberries were one of those super foods and as such really healthy. And I love them as a snack. But it reads on the package that only 60% of its content is actually cranberry, the rest is added sugar . 100g berries contain 70g of sugar . I guess I might as well eat chocolate then ... less sugar in that probably
Nell: Nice when you can manage all sessions do you have a goal in mind for the Alloa half?
2old: my run last night was just as vile as yours. I put on head-to-toe rain gear so basically only hands, feet and face got wet. I felt pretty hardcore out there though. No other runners about . MLR for me today. At least it's dry.