Posted: 13/05/2016 at 20:14
Your job seems pretty busy continuously, rather you than me. Moving house is also not easy, luckily i have never had to do it, i am still in the same one 20 years after buying it. Just a shame my mortgage is still twice what i paid for the house - not sure how that works hahahaha.
Training has been gentle, mmmm, it wasnt suppose to be. I guess this is why i need your help, as i have an idea what to do but really i am guessing. I have been to the gym more though but have cut the runs down to 3 at the moment. Last Sunday was suppose to be a LSR but it was just too hot so i did an 8km instead late at night.
Well i did the time trial and i wasnt expecting much as I have a sore throat at the moment and a stuffy head, but thought what the hell so did it. The best time i have done but still not cracked that 7 mins yet. Perhaps without the head cold i would have done. I couldnt run after the time trial as my throat closed up on me, so walked home after about 400m cool down. I am fine now though it is just my cold not hayfever and i am not about to pass out either.
Interesting about the specialist trainer, i fancy one of those sessions, not sure if any in Altrincham/Manchester though, i am sure there must be somewhere, what do i search for this service? Core work is my problem, i dont do enough really, seems you have your work cut out though. running 3 x a week is no bad thing with your injury, but it seems like you really want to move forward again with your running - come do the London Marathon with me? I am having another stab at 4h 30mins, so that is what i want to work towards if possible please. Finally as for how i am feeling, i still have the slight groin and knee issues but they dont affect me, so no problems and i am fully recovered from the marathon.
Well that was another long post hahaha. Anyway hope you are keeping well.