It's very, very impressive JT. Can I ask you, do you not feel totally wiped out for the rest of the day after a session like that? I do my long runs at around 8.05-8.20 pace and they generally put me in the mood for doing next to nowt for the remainder of the day. That's some perky speed to do 21 miles at.
I did a 9 miler tonight with 6x800m intervals. If there were any cobwebs around, there isn't now.
Jack - It'll be a great season however it ends! I live on the outskirts of Bury, surrounded by hills in three directions.I've never had the right gear to explore them whilst running but will be changing all that in the spring/summer
9 miler yesterday eve in some excitable winds. Felt strong for the first time in a while and the pace was very satisfactory.
Saints fan then Jack? Not their best day yesterday.
No, not really true fell running country down there I guess but as you say, still plenty of places to get muddy on hills. There are two fell races that I could jog a few miles to and then be at the start of the race, such is the ideal nature of my location for fell racing. I'd be daft not to get involved in that I feel and it's something new to look forward to after years of road and pavement abuse.