Posted: 19/07/2014 at 19:10
sarah a The Northumberland is at 10:30 just checking!?
I think it's OK to mix it up a bit, but not to race every time you have a cutback week or there would be less opportunity for recovery, it's a balance thing I reckon.
I'm doing the Harlow 10 tomorrow but as a progression run finishing at 5K pace, but starting easy.
My sister made a few classic errors in the build up to York. She was down staying with me last week for a conference & confessed something I'd not been consulted on, & that was a panic 2 weeks out that she'd had a chest infection and missed the longest run, sooooo she did 18 in the morning, and 7 the same evening. Er...
Mainly it was a case of not going very far, lots of 5 milers and the famed 7 once a week.
Tui Na is Chinese massage, the type they do in hospitals that is, not the High St version which can often be An Mo, and which I had years ago when i was doing my massage course, & didn't go back as it was just like a full body sports massage, nothing exceptional.
Yrok is the centre of the Tui Na universe [at the College of Acupuncture], & one of their best practices in Sheffield too where she lives.
I go to Errol, the York master teacher, as he comes down to London at weekends.
Errol is on YouTube but you need to experience it. Yowsers.
Well done on the relay, what a shame they stop at just one prize so often, it's not fair!
It's such a swelter here too, hope you get a bit of a breeze tomorrow along the coast.