Bit of a hardcore week, Nell. Nice tempo stuff in there.
Well done at.Norwich, Freemers. A 1:35 at this stage in a spring marathon build up is brilliant.
Glad your back is improving, 2old. Mine is deteriorating the longer I sit this week was pretty rubbish due to shitloads of work. Can't feel my left leg properly. It happens occasionally. My QoP will hopefully sort it.
Still did 19 miles today. Felt good for about 16. The last 3 felt like forever. A marathon is a bloody long way to go!!
Best of luck Bro. Hope your travels went without the usual disaster
Kentish: I did the same with my Cds. And my records before
Whoops ... I got the lyrics wrong!! The greatest drunken karaoke hit I thought of was Joe Cocker's 'You can leave your hat on'. Cue some very, very embarrassing gyrations .... (apart from very bad singing)
Blisters: Offload as much as you need. Binge drinking even if not regular may be the first step to addiction but an addict would never call himself an addict. They're usually in denial. You're well aware of your condition. Hope you can get exercise to replace alcohol.
On Monday I posted that I ran slow when I thought I was fast. Today was the opposite . I was about 30 secs per mile quicker and my HR was 10 beats lower
I did lots of back stretches yesterday and today and the tightness is receding. Also forced myself to get up from my desk and move around every hour.
What: 6 miles
Why: back protection
Last hard: pain
Last rest: 31/10