my body when I started was fast and lazy, I must admit, now I'd have loved to have started with a healthy body but I enjoy trying. It's a bit of a loosing battle but it is lots of fun one of these days I'll win and get a 100m finish. Don't know if I will then judt go back to nice gentle slow marathons and be content, or want to keep doing fun long distance races
Well.... Going forward... I'm having. A crazy work week (setting up a new phone system 150 new phones... Oh what fun) so I'm going to relax this weekend walking a 24 hour race... I've pretty much given up the idea of doing much running, but I've still got 92km as my max in one go non stop, so I want to get to 100km no matter how slow it is, but we shall see 265m of elevation every 6 mile lap.
Then end of July lakeland100, End of August I have a race I've got a lot more chance of finishing as it's flat LLCR130 Liverpool to leeds canal just under 130 miles 42 hours, that I'm hoping to create a great rhythm of run walk and keep plodding. LL100 is well a bit of a dream, but I've got a cottage up there for a week so going to enjoy doing what I can and being away from work for a week got a one bedroom cottage at the base of scafell pike
Wrist sensors are fine, not Grst, but they are fine, all the wrist based ones seem according to reviews slow to react o big spikes from quick changes of pace, but for generally giving you a decent ball park figure they are perfectly up to the job.
I'm waiting to be eaten by VDOT52... But how can you eat slower runners? Surely they are behind you? So if you wait for them then technically they got to the same point as you so aren't slower! that's just an excuse to have a rest
Anything and everything, two of my favourites are peperami and sausage rolls. I always buy loads of healthy mixed berries / nuts to eat, and never end up eating many of them, and going back to sausage rolls n peperami .