I did Cader yesterday and got a PB by about 8 minutes (3hrs 8 mins 40) but the summit was tough didn't help that it was swirling mist at the top but most of the course was clear with when i had a chance to glance up rather than at my feet teh views were fantastic. My only goal was to enjoy and overall i did so a slightly stiff but happy me today
Brer - after reading panads posts i was feeling very about my bike gathering cobwebs in the shed too
SD - they told me last year that they wouldn't be too strict on the cutoff it was more to discourage people who might just want to walk around.
The course i did on Sunday was really good but pretty full on - i was exhausted after. I'm now "Licensed to Run" lol and even more funny tell beginner groups how to run. Not sure i'm going to go on to the Coach qualification thats pretty scary but who knows. It's definately inspired me again of what i'm capable of
TRex - he he that looks like my sort of time for a run thugh if i get 3hrs12 for Cader i'll be a happy bunny as i ws 3hr16 last time
JD - you CBA i don't believe it. JD junior will be showing you how it's done soon if he isn't already.
SD - good result despite the stitches
Lovely sunny 3 mile (but good hill) plod yesterday before crashing out at a BBQ in the sun - love the lovely bank holidays. Breaking News - i'm off on a Leadership in Running Fitness Course on Sunday ha ha at least i won't put people off joining the club with my awesome speed. apparantly there are 3 hours of practical during the day - think i should of trained for it.
Not long back from a little practice on Cader so feeling quite smug, met some lovely walkers and had a round of appause off one group. Ran from home and stopped at bottom of zig zag section below cutoff point and really really enjoyed even though had jelly legs on those giant steps.