Great race and report Dachs. Sub six on a MT is going it a lot. How far behind was the guy who attempted to race you?
Bus, sub 18 minutes and a pb for 5k! Makes a change from all those 18 and bits parkruns. Well done!
Went out a bit earlier today. Only four miles, made up of a warm up of around 7 minute pace, followed by a couple of laps of the track at sub six. Then a couple of broken up miles of 6:15 and 6:04.
I feel better for not going too far on foot. I'm not out long enough to damage anything.
Going out for an hour plus each day on the bike seems to help.
Chambers wasn't caught. He had enough conscience to find living the lie too much to bear so he coughed. Same as David Millar the cyclist.
Others just lie and lie and lie. Buts that's all.
Armstrong was in a league of his own. He'd actually sue anyone who challenged his lies. Now there's a fucking arsehole.
One day you'll discover you're being controlled by the alien called Zuckerberg.
Don't say you weren't warned.
I'd say that was quite old and a lot of miles.
The spokes become brittle after a time. Now that one spoke has broken, the others will soon follow.
It's a re build job or a new wheel. It's down to cost.
Ah,reps if I'd actually stopped officially instead of just to avoid being run over by traffic. Just scooted along and if I felt oxygen debt approaching, slowed down. No pushing it.
Now that I've established I can move ok, I've only to ensure I can continue without buggering myself up again. A problem.
It's. Do I just go for a run for the sake of fitness and attempt the odd race, or do I risk injury by 'digging in' a bit, just to race a bit faster?
Cross training could be the answer. Run shorter but faster and do the endurance/ recovery on the bike.
Visit the official Runner's World page
Follow Runner's World on Twitter
Other Natmag-Rodale Sites
Run For Charity
About Runner's World