Posted: 22/02/2014 at 17:58
CW - sometimes less is more, sounds like you've done the right things to fix it. Maybe some lead underwear would help with the Kryptonite, although may not help you get a PB
Marigold - sorry to hear about Seville. Being "shit" is all relative, but understand why you've canned it. That 100k should be interesting. I know someone who is interesting in getting a quick time there...maybe you can work together for that sub640
Marders - quality run at Brighton Good luck with the PB attempt at Reading
TT - great to see that you're flying!
HR - 9 x 21M runs!!
Trying to get that last couple of % of your max potential performance is so hard....and overcooking it all too easy. It is all about making the start line and doing your training justice. Take care out there.
I had a week off with a niggle a couple of weeks ago, problem with the left foot. A lot better now but still can feel it a bit. I've been told a have a place at Reading, but not sure I'll make it what with family stuff - it would be my first race since London last year. Wouldn't have any idea what sort of time I would run. Spent a nice break in Paris earlier this week with the family and got out for a few runs....there are so many runners there! Went out for a lovely 21.5M this morning, felt ok and managed to get around in 2:17 without pushing too hard. The one thing I've found with such erratic training is that although the CV system is ok my legs feel heavy and stiff (including the hips).