Looks like there's going to be plenty of company here!
Trying out the new trainers on my run home tonight - really hope that they are an improvement on the last ones that made me sound like a herd of elephants when I ran. Gait analysis this time indicated that a neutral shoe would be fine and I've opted for a men's trainer so that I can get the width that I need. Wish that sports manufacturers wouldn't tweak their designs - caused me no end of trouble
Lovely morning out there for a run but here I am stuck behind my desk. Oh well, have to pay for those race entries some how!
Entry submitted! I've been taking it easy too since the HM and will be back to my "normal" schedule this week. Two runs home from work of between 3-5 miles depending on the route I take, parkrun on Saturday and a long run on Sunday.
Well done Sick Note2 - I can remember when I first ran the Marathon back in 2007 I got to mile 18 and wondered what I was doing there - finished in 6.29! Have improved a little since then and agree with you about the HH training plans. I've only ever followed Novice 1 but should maybe check out Novice 2 next time. Taking it a little easy after the Limassol HM on 10 April with the next race being the BUPA 10k on Monday 30 May, Olympic Park on 12 June, HM in September and another in Manchester in October. There'll be others that slot in throughout the rest of the year and parkrun every Saturday!
With regard to the charity place I've got a "contact" so there shouldn't be an issue if I want the place.
Hope everyone's ok and any stiffness is wearing off!