Ouch RFJ. Glad it was only the pride that got dented ....
Re. gluten free pizza: I don't think it works well coz you need the gluten to make the perfect dough. It makes it smooth and sticky so it turns crispy in he oven. I use flour type 00 from the Italian supermarket and it works a treat. I'm lucky to have no serious food allergies. Wild mushrooms, especially chanterelle are the only thing that I can't eat abd they're easily avoided.
What: another 10 miles
Why: 10 is the new 6
Last hard: QoP yesterday did my calves and achilles. Oh my. That hurt like HELL.
Last rest: 2/7
O4S: good to see you. Blimey, but you've been crazily busy!! Sorry to hear about your mum
Freemers: sorry to hear about the calf. Hope it sorts itself out.
I did 6 x 1k reps all in the region of 6:57 yesterday and then plodded 10 miles today. So far the hard/easy principle seems to work. Strangely enough I'm really really tired but my legs feel fresh. Don't quite understand
Thanks for all the great comments. Those reps weren't really fast, TBH. I was used to doing them closer to 4 mins per k, my fastest last year were 3:47s but that was pre heart trouble so I take what my body gives me no point in looking back.
Those veggie dinners make my mouth water I'm having home-made pizza tonight with tomato, mozzarella and fresh basil, i. e. classic Margarita
what: 10 miles jogged why: I like double digits last hard: the wind was bothersome last rest: 2/7 lyrics: I think so
Bliddy hell, Scott that's seriously shifting!! Nice one. 2:50 will be a piece of cake. C'mon!
9.5 miles with 6 x 1k cruise intervals run at lunchtime. Not exactly P&D but I like it more than a solid block of 4 miles @LT at the moment. And cruise intervals are mentioned in THE book, so they're ok
Was happy to see 6:57 pace - nothing compared to you fast folk but post virus I'm quite happy. Strangely enough my legs feel bouncy now .