TR - isn't the postie contractually obliged to be seen wearing a Garmin at all times ??
10 miles in 1:11 and I felt liberated as I thought I would. However, legs felt tired and hamstrings, calfs are tight from Sunday. With a view to keeping the bench at arms length I might opt for a couple of quieter days in order to keep a lid on things.
ES - Happy to bag another sub 3 is my goal. I've been guilty in the past of biting off more than I could chew and I lack miles.. always have due to time I have available. So I won't be setting off at 2:50 pace put it that way
I removed my earlier (edit) post because I had a full on rant as my Garmin finally packed in on me today... the utter bastard!! However, it has given me food for thought about not bothering to replace it. I have become a slave to the damn thing over the years. So after some research (not much actually) I've gone down the £30 Timex route.
I've even downloaded all my data from Garmin connect and have begun the arduous task of inputting it all into a spreadsheet. Low-fi.
Most I have ever run on a dreadmill was 15 miles. NEVER AGAIN