Congrats on New York Superman, brilliant news
I think your pacing plan looks fine for Sunday given that you don't seem to have lost any fitness while injured and given how strong you were on your 16 miles. Reiki is right, the course is fairly undulating - I've actually just run some of it on my 12 mile run this morning as I'm fairly local. It felt a bit windy today but I think will be more settled at the weekend. A thing to point out too is that they don't close any roads so you need to be a bit careful on one stretch where there is no pavement (I think a Marshall got knocked down by a car last year but was fine). Edit - just realised that RR already pointed this out!!
Tendon felt fine on my run today (in adidas boosts rather than Saucony's - shame I have 3 almost identical pairs of the Saucony's!) but seeing physio in a bit.
Chickadee - I think a bit of what you fancy is good and I always fancy chocolate Seems that you are coming back strong from your injury.
Super, tendon not too bad on my 5 mile run tonight, probably because I didn't run yesterday. Going to the physio tomorrow just to get it checked out as there is a lump on it, which I'm guessing is scar tissue. Just hope they are not over cautious and tell me not to run...
My P&D plan has 18 miles with 14 at MP next week so I'm going to do this session in the F20 I think. So probably something like 3m warm up, 14m at MP and then 3m cool down OR 6m easy and 14m at MP. Whenever I talk about running my son plays this from his phone...
Marrows, I had to google soleus to find out where that is, hope it settles soon.
I've booked a physio appoint this week as I want to get my tendon checked out. It now has a small bump in it which I'm thinking might be a build up of scar tissue (similar to what you get sometimes with achilles tendonitis).
I have the Finchley 20 on Sunday. I'm thinking of doing 14 miles of it at MP as that could replace next week's 18 miles with 14 at MP. Does this sound OK??