Posted: 19/09/2016 at 13:56
I have no idea of my blood type, am I alone in this regard?
Nope, I have no idea of your blood type either.
Well parkrun SG. For a bit of context, I went to Maidenhead parkrun at a time when I was comfortably spitting out 16:40s at Woodley, and did 17:15. I only went because it was new and I wanted to say that I once held a parkrun course record, although I lost it about six weeks later. I certainly didn't think it was fast.
Good stuff on the almost top 10 Bus.
And well done everyone else on everything else (sorry, I did read back this morning, but can't be arsed to go back to the previous page now, so am working from memory).
Bit of illness last week knocked my training out, and I'm still finding the after effects knocking about, although a 11 miler at supposedly easy but actually at 6:27 pace on Saturday indicates the legs have still got something.
I've now decided that I'm gradually killing myself with lack of sleep, and that that answer is to actually log my hours of sleep alongside my miles. This appeals to my anal nature, and might actually encourage me to go to bed earlier purely to see the weekly total totting up. Ambitious weekly target = 50 hours.