Lots of reading back - All my runs have been a very minor positive split, but I don't believe ive ever run a race as fast as I possibly could, always been targeting a specific time and coming in 20 secs or so quicker
LT runs - go to the track. They are so much easier to control there - big confidence boost aswell.
Westy - there is a 10 mile race on the 21st at Rhyl which is pretty quick, then there is the Wrexham marathon fest in early March where they do a full, a 20 and a half, which is a great Segway into this question;
do I race the Half?
or do I race the 20?
or do I do the 20 at MP (Mainly)?
Answers on a forum post please. Fergs, I already know your answer - it involves the word race.
Rat catching - once had an interesting experience whilst working in a kwik save in Liverpool - it had a problem with rats in the loft so they called in an local old boy who was known as a rat catcher. He turns up fag in gob with an old sack and which he was prodding with a stick and something was getting pretty naggy inside it - he undid the top of the bag and threw it into the loft all you could here then was yelping and lots of things running around and then it went quiet after a few minutes. He went into the loft and came down with a bag full of dead rats and a rather excited jack russel on a lead - asked for £20 and left. Was pretty surreal.
I am always DIYing - just built the missus a walk in larder and doing the main bath as we speak.
Anyway, down for a double tomorrow but due to workload will do the 4 later and 6 tomorrow.
Oi Oi - Pleased that Westy is recognised as certified and Old . Is using a track for a LT run cheating??
Crikey Vicky - 2 x 20+ in that quick session would do me in good n proper.
According to the book a GA is upto 10, a MLR is 11 -15 and a LSR is over 16, which means that a 10.2 or 15.1 mile run isn't actually anything at all by P&D reckoning.
Read back my anti MLR vitriol and decided to bin work off early and do it in the light as I was just headworking myself - it wasn't that bad. 14 at 7.26 with a bit of elevation. Happy days. Tired today though,