Posted: 07/03/2014 at 10:26
It was a superb run from Malcs which should be a great confidence booster but some other great runs too.
Remember all runs now are while you are tired from training and not yet at peak fitness and so with more training behind you and you feel fresh and tapered and you have the stimilus of competition with lots of fellow runners and spectators to inspire you, there is really no comparison with a run by yourself the first week in March!
This is a huge help Steve as i have hit that point in training too, long runs, huge intensity, and very tired, leads to a lot of doubts!
Looking forward to tapering.
Feral Bob, a friend of mine did the Green Man too, sounds like you all had a great time. congats on completing that!
Malcs, sounds like your interval sessions have been good. In this training schedule I am doing Yasso 800s, which i have not done in training before, and they have been tough but encouraging. I managed 10 of them in under my proposed time of 4:40 so hopeful i can pull off a sub 5 in Paris!
Kick Ass is a great movie, love it! have you seen 2 yet? just as good.
How is the calf now? Was it just pain or did it feel a bit 'nervy'? i have had a similar problem once with odd shooting pains through the calf and a feeling like it could stop working! it turned out to be my sciatec nerve being agravated by the piriformis muscle, so after a couple of weeks of piriformis stretches every day, it stopped happening.
Do you know what time you are leaving St Pancreas? Just wondered if i would see any of you guys on the train? I am travelling with Anne-Marie and the Massey Crew so wont be lonely!
Been difficult to catch up on this thread! just spent ages reading back over the last 10 pages!