So the reason for doing this is more miles but whilst still being able to train properly the next day, but I'm wondering if this should be done by time or distance. So for Steve, when he's doing a 10 / 6 split, he's only running for an hour doing his 10 miler.....
I guess the answer is to just to get out there and try it, but is there any generally accepted wisdom here?
I went over to Hayling today - the Billy Trail (the bit up to the half way point) is almost bone dry on the pedestrian side apart from a few puddles - it must have been resurfaced since I was last there. You could run that bit in any trainers. Don't stray into the horse track on the left on the way back though!
I don't know about the Portsmouth or the A27 section. However, definitely drier than previous 2 years.
Have fun everyone. Ballesteros, guess I'll be near you at the start. I'm going to aim for sub3 pace on the paved sections and then figure a speed for the muddy sections as I go along. I'll be in a black Gore tanktop with my name on the front and some bits of advertising on the back.