Posted: 09/11/2013 at 14:08
Freemers- I'm taking your lead on focusing on long runs at the moment, well MLR's! I find it easier to complete a speed session as I know it will be over within an hour and a bit where as I still find it hard in my mind not legs to run for 2.5hrs plus! However once I start a marathon programme because the plan says run a 20mile run my mind can comprehended this.
Chick- is your back any better after your latest injections? Enjoy Poland.
Carrot- well done on your club handicap.
Ant- don't be so hard on yourself, I'm sure the jet lag and 20 miler affected your performance.
Iccle J- how is your November project going? Are you doing it by yourself or with others?
Col- well done in Dublin 10 mile quality runs seem the way to go( off to amend my plan AGAIN!)
welcome back Pink Lady and Barry.
Minni- hope your groin/hip pain gets sorted ASAP, who said running was good for us???;-)
KFC- hope you enjoyed your long run today.
2old- A week off??? I bet you will still cross train somehow
Shildon- hope you had fun at the parkrun today. Good luck and hope you get the London place.
O4S- good luck at the x country race tomorrow.
This week I have ran 2 long runs, 12 miles off road and 15 mile road run plus a 6 mile naked run avg 8:44mm, plus 2x 3hr walking up the hills and I don't feel guilty about now fitting in a speed session