Posted: 03/03/2015 at 13:07
bains - hope the injury resolves soon and that the chiro works. I've only had chiro once but it did seem to do the job, despite my scepticism.
Re: Bristol half. It's a fast course. The only downside is that the twists and turns all come in the closing 3-4 miles. It's not the most scenic route, but they would have had to included proper hills to get out into the prettier parts of Bristol. I'm biased because I ran my pb there and I'm only 10 minutes' walk from the start so for me it is the ultimate low stress race (plus they do reduced price entries for clubs that are prepared to bulk buy, so I have no travel costs and cheap race entry - what's not to like?!).
Legs felt pretty ok yesterday (certainly much fresher than they did after my pb at Bristol), so reassuring to know that a below par race didn't take too much out of them. 6 + 4 yesterday and (assuming I escape work in time) 15 today.