Freemers - Taking a week off will do you no harm after you have been running so well. An enforced week due to lack to time to run is ideal as I don't normally have the patience/will power not to run if I'm not injured.
2old - Yup normally very sweaty, our conservatory is quite could but I still manage to produce some big pools on the floor. Can't find you on Garmin connect my user name is barry888, anyone else on Garmin want to "share". For Treadmill runs, if you don't know already, if you turn the GPS off and use the Garmin to record time the distance can be manually edited once uploaded obviously does n't give splits but will show avg pace.
Nell - Good news on your run.
AA - That's quick for your toenails to come off, my big toenail took 3 months to come after going black at Barcelona.
Not a great swim session yesterday, I turned up after nights and my coach was there teaching someone else, he asked me if I wanted to try a 400m TT to see where I was. After warm up it was all going OK til the 6 length when I started to stop for a couple of breaths at some of the turns, which I have n't done for ages, and my push offs were shocking. Anyway 10:43 which is equal to one I did 3 or so weeks ago, he agrees due to me breathing every 2 that I'm not getting the "bad" air out so need to work on bilateral or breath every 4.
Better this morning back to running, just over 7.5 slow and all good.
Nell - Good news on your foot, are you planning to make more frequent visits to the physio for a regular foot massage.
Freemers - DOMS are good, means you raced hard.
Minni - That's one of the main problems with swimming, always room for improvement with technique. Not being able to see yourself swim does n't help as you think you are doing OK. Try and get yourself some one to one lessons, helps me a lot especially if I start picking up bad habits. My coach does say that once a certain level is reached then new focus is added, ie arm position/body roll etc to improve the stroke. No problem with me losing count of the lengths done as I am nowhere near swimming the distances that Pink is.
5 and a bit miles this morning, was meant to be slow but ended up steadyish as it was so cold.
2old - Current daily training avg is 80 mins which will increase as my running/cycling distance increases. I'm going to stick with the 3 runs a week plus cycling/swimming for VLM as it served me well for Abingdon especially with the 5 weeks running missed. I've heard of Lizzie Hawker, sounds like your son is having a great experience.
o4s - Good distance even if you are struggling a little. Did BA get lost in transition.