Bus, by 'feeling it' do you mean the injury or the general fatigue of a 10 mile run? If the last then yeah, plough on and good on you for doing so. If it's the injury playing up then I'd try to keep a lid on the distance until you're more confident it will cope with the distance. But I'd say it's progress!
Sounds like a good day to restore your faith in the world SG. A min quicker is also a very big improvement.
A steady week for myself, 54 miles, 14 mile long run, track session and a hill session yesterday morning, which highlighted a major weakness! I use to be the boss on hills now I'm terrible! We did 3 hills one was like a big dipper over a 2min rep. Every rep I wanted to puke!
Matt, I feel your pain pal! I had an impromptu night of craft beers, followed by some strong Belgium stuff. Made for a tricky long run! But sometimes... you just need to get pie eyed!
Nice parkrun Bus, hopefully a sign that the groin is on the mend!