Right, so I have now emailed you copies of my logbook pages with glaring ommissions where the assessor's signature should be. As I am emailing in reply to your own email detailing the assessor's feedback from the asessment, I think we can both assume that the assessment took place and that I was there.
It has taken over two months for me to get the correct information, as opposed to what the assessor told me (i.e "Don't worry it's all automatic from here once I send the paperwork in").
I do not expect to be told that it is my responsibility to provide the correct paperwork when I get different instructions depending on who I talk to.
I pay you ! You lash up my renewals, you lose my requests, you lose my records so I have to provide all the documentation again.
So you had a great time at the weekend, you can't remember most of it, but your mates found you wandeiring and incoherent at 3 a.m. You don't seem to be able to stop after you've started drinking ? This is happening every time ? You wish you knew what to do about it ?
These are not cheerful anecdotes they are downright disturbing.
You're ex services ? Have you had a big lifestyle change in the last year ? Different activity patterns or different kinds of stress ?
I can identify with the full sleep on long run day. It leaves me feeling slightly medicated.
As far as I know, if you have no trouble getting off to sleep, sleeping pills may not be of much use to you. I haven't taken anything stronger than Nytol myself, but my wife used Zopiclone and it didn't prevent her from waking after initial sleep.
Still waiting for the expert, but for now "What he said".
I got a pair of XeroShoes for the summer and started off easy for the first four weeks, walking, little runs, felt confident, so I did one of my easy three and a bit mile runs and felt okay about it until the next day.
Oh @$£$!@$ing @£$£@ I hadn't felt that sore and achey before without actually winding up in casualty. Basically you'll be working a lot of extra musles and tendons that are usually given an easy ride by the shaping and support of the typical running shoe.