Hope you get your issues sorted out Gerrad, what you need is a target race to aim for even if it is a soft target, gives more reason to getting out the door. How is the Yoga helping, do you feel stronger since starting it in Feb?
Sounds like you have a plan Bike_It, good luck!
Good news on the new contract Abbers, you'll soon fill those 3 hours with better things, and think of that petrol money you'll save!
Good luck with your 10k Jools and hope he man flu shifts from your system in time.
Hope your mojo comes back PMJ.
Nice little progressive 5 miler last night in 32.10. First mile in 6.49 and last in 6.09.
Good running and pace Scott. Going through the New Forest sounds ace a break from the norm of tarmac.
Good weekly mileage Chicksta and the light bright mornings make it easier to get up and out. Enjoy your weekend away.
Don't know how I'm going to fit in my running over the weekend. Looks like it will be an early morning LR on Saturday, then not sure when else. Got friends staying Sat & Sun then we're away till Tuesday - so very sporadic and sums up my pattern of running over the summer.
If there were 3 key P&D training runs per week to do what would they be? I know there are cycles, but I'm in base building mode at the mo.
Thanks for posting that link Ferg - some good reading & lots of great info.
And also 15West, a great thorough explanation too
Some good sessions being done and I like the 6 x 1k reps, although not done that one for a while. You guys still seem to be knocking out good mileages too (Millsy). I need to get back into the base building phase as the longest I've run since Manchester is 13 miles.
Well done on your 10k Scott and other racers.
Managed a PB for a local League race on Sunday. A bit of an odd distance of 8 miles and did 52.26. I tried to pace the first half as there were a few hills and one brutal one at the halfway point.