Best wishes for all the VLMers. You know what you have done in training, you know how to pace, you know your target and you know the importance of the 6 inches between your ears over the 26.2. So it should be easy!
I am planning a Clifton purchase too in the optimistic hope they reduce my likelyhood of injury - they launch in SA at Comrades Expo.
Add Biofreeze to that list TAR - I can personally testify to the agonising pain
I have combined the best bits of SJ's training plan (low running volume) and Badbark's training plan (run easy runs nice and slow) whilst being unable to do anything faster or longer. What could possibly go wrong over 54 miles?
To make MsE feel better, I will say that I invigilated an exam today and left my trouser tucked into my sock for more than an hour after arriving at the venue by bike. Mr Bean.
Well Done G-Dawg. Always good when a plan comes off and the hard work you put in got you your result. Personally I love that bit on the power station of Brighton!
Abbers - we all have those days, particularly in the midst of heavy training.
BB - good stuff on joining the thread elite with 80% WAVA
Dismal running continues here as the only running I'm doing is sprints to the toilet - I did try to go out on Sunday but had to head home after less than half a mile after an embarrassing accident. So only 2 runs last week after being ill the previous weekend as well and I've just learnt that my wife's new job will further cut into my running time. Looks like I'll be on the early shift too.