No lactate test BeDe as I have a calf strain which is not getting better unfortunately. Had 2 physio session but so found so much else wrong she did not work really hard on the calf.
I intend a bit of cycling and rowing to keep the weight down and the HR ticking over
Well it's not an unusual approach at all and the idea is that the best candidate will not have to prepare - his/her natural response would be the one that they were looking for.
If you have done any IT PMing then you should be aware of the likely scenarios and have an answer on how you would respond. Some thoughts
Key deliverer leaves/extended sick/moves off project
Time overrun - reschedule and re-plan - extend resources
Change of requirements - get it documented - agreed by project board and then replan
16m after a 10k race is impressive VT and bodes well. 61m in a week is even better. My claim to fame is that I once ran 100m in a week - normally mileage was about 55-60. I didn't run for about 2 weeks as I was so tired.
I was inspired by Brian mentioning rowing and I went and did a 5K yesterday and then again today. Probably my first 5k in 5 years. 22:03 yesterday and then blatted it down to 20:51 today. Rowing always used to keep me fit when injured so I might do a bit more in the next couple of weeks. PS Brian and DD, I have an entry for Baildon Boundary Way on April 6th which is probably going spare so if you want it let me know.