Alehouse- the book I am using suggests that hen you are between schedules, you follow the principle of the schedules but at lower intensity.
I am going to ease back now and have a complete week off end of October as going away. I will then kick back on. The marathon schedule pretty quickly expects you to be running 17 miles so I think I am going to get some 13-15 milers in over November.
Charlie, as Skinny says, I missed out on the half pb, however I did kick things off with a 5 mile pb.
I was keen to get a 10 miler in and looked at Sneyd, however I might just do some xc now. As for what is next longer term, my mara schedule will start wc 30/11. I will have to wait until next spring to sort the half pb out. I am holding out to see if Droitwich do theirs again, otherwise it may be Coventry.
Bob- Telford is one that I hve run twice. It has a seperate sub 40 race that is limited to 200. Also it's usually a 10.30 start so plenty of time to get there.
Tommy, sounds like a busy weekend. Plenty of reasons there why the 10k didnt quite come where you were after. I can barely walk the day after xc. I think you are relatively safe for time being as Marrows is unlikely to run a 10k in immediate term.
Alehouse- That sounds pretty nasty. How have you reciovered. I couldnt access the pictures. Have you contacted the council?
Andrew, well done on the 5 miler, you're progressing nicely now.
I had a pleasing result yesterday, after the frustration of matching my 10k pb a few weeks ago. Came in at 39.26 for a 21 second pb. I shall be in limbo for a bit now just ticking over until my mara schedule starts early December.