The other Pfitz books – I have one of his called Road Racing for Serious Runners which covers 5K through to marathon and cross country. I’ve had it a couple of years now. Is this essentially the same as the latest Pfitz book (Faster Road Racing)? Anyone got both of them?
Hmm, might be an option for me if I ever get back to those kind of distances, as it's less impact. Plus I never did any of the recovery runs with P+D anyway (slaps wrist ). What's the book actually called? I've only ever an online version of the plan.
I would love to run marathons again - although I kinda hate the training (a la Wenty/Turtle or whatever he's called!)
Morning all! Bit knackered cos I stayed up til 3 watching the election
MsE – my accident was a fairly ‘routine’ low speed MTB spill, but I landed in a rut with my leg pressed up against the bike frame and nowhere for my leg to flex. Anyway, I am not sympathy seeking – it didn’t actually hurt that much apart from putting the dislocated ankle back in place. I’ve barely taken a paracetamol in the last 9 month.
Has anyone tried the FIRST plan? Think that's what it's called. The one based on 3 runs a week and cross training?
Westy, I had a syndesmosis screw removed in November (it held the ankle together whilst the ruptured ligments healed), but the other metal work is designed to be permanent. Mine is causing problems with the soft tissue around it so I can have it removed in about a year's time. Hoping it will have settled down by then and it can stay in place.
What did you do to your foot, Dr Dan? (Forgive me, but I am not up tp speepd).