Tiny: agree with the others - looks like a pretty tough 3 days. I would perhaps switch the 10 mile GA and the 5 mile recovery around. My body would certainly appreciate a 5 mile recovery run after a hard LT sesh more than yet another MLR. If you stick to a really conservative pace on the MLR you should still be fresh enough for bootcamp the next day.
It's been raining all day today. So far I have yet to muster up some courage and go out there. Will probably wait till after work now so I can have a nice hot bath after having been drenched
I think your week looks senseible I usually struggle a bit with anything long/quality after a day or even a few days off so perhaps you could do a gentle 3 mile run today to get you back into things? 4 miles @ HM pace after a few days off could be asking for trouble. Just my 2ps though ...
Ouch, Carl nasty VLM experience. Well done for finishing. I got tripped up in a half before but ended with a big fat DNF at the 6 mile mark
Another honest write up, superman. I really enjoyed reading it. I would imagine it was quite heartbreaking to step off the track while the others did their sessions but you've come quite far in your training especially with the faster running stuff. If you cross-train for a week or two your fitness levels will stay high. Fingers crossed it's not a stress fracture!! Hope you can get an MRI scan sorted soon.
60 miles Fairyclogs!! That's a looooong way. Wow. You're brave.
15 slippery miles for me (melting snow). Very slow but enjoyable