Posted: Yesterday at 22:51
Tr- well done...sounds like you need the abbey dash (I think your in that?) To come soon.
Mr v- it happens...I would pretend it never did in terms of planning next Sunday.
Wjh- equally, midweek will still be in your legs. Also if you are not a morning person....running at 5k pace at 9am is tough. In fact it got me thinking. My half pb came in a midday start and 10k at 10.30. Generally in life I'm a night owl. Therefore maybe I should find a 5k with an evening start. I did two 10ks in July. The hardest of two was 7pm start and I did it 20 seconds quicker.
Anyone else got any stats around their body clock and race performance.
Alehouse, thats a decent set of mileage there for the month. Fingers crossed you can keep building.
I'm feeling ready to run now....however I'm thinking that having had two weeks off, let's just make sure and have a week of decent spin and cycling then get some easy runs in from say Saturday with perhaps some strides/fartlek as per alehouses suggestion at 10k pace once I've got a few runs in and hopefully turn up at target race feeling OK.