Since I've been coached I do the hard stuff harder and the easy stuff easy.
At the same time I'm 2 weeks in to the new term of coaching the juniors and the term's plan is pretty much put together. But even then it is not set in stone and the termly plan needs to adapt based on what happens each week. Then work and play get in the way so I have other coaches covering the sessions I have written.
Ric, you're obviously too free a spirit to be locked down to a weekly commitment.
for some reason I have an image of you on tippy toes looking round shouting "chase me" and "i'm free"
E gods, not quite 'John Inman' style I hope.
Actually it was the way that JB was still able to really motor despite being knackered. Even reeling about I reckon he was sub six pace.
The five mile loop yesterday revealed that the last three miles were faster than on any previous occasion. There's an advantage to be gained from the biomechanics. I also note Dean (good prk run) mentioned 'bounce'.
Ref. Pete. Why "no" to coaching Ric?; you must have more experience than anybody.
Imagine turning up to discover you've been asked to polish a car covered with rust.
Adults or kids?
AG: I'd seen the track session on Strava and noted how short it was. However this is the time of year for drills and only by doing the drills do you get to bounce along a la Brownlee. When the pace increases the muscle memory kicks in and we tend to our 'normal' typically inefficient running type. Drills can help mitigate.