Posted: 12/07/2014 at 08:21
Hope it wasnt a serious RTC reikirabbit?
well done on the mile intervals...ones I always find quite tough.
Hi Stan sorry to hear that your running isnt going too great at the moment. Some weeks are sometimes like that, but im sure you will come back strong again soon, try not to get to disheartened. I struggled after york marathon last year and kept trying to train more and harder due to slower times...just seemed to make things worse. After a nice little rest and starting marathon training again my times did start to improve again and I started to enjoy my runs again.
Whats whitley bay parkrun like? 17th is still awesome! Good luck with the swimming....im like you, petrified of sharks....dont even dare swim in the sea around England and Europe, just incase a shark is on its holidays!
Thankyou Malcs. Im hoping your right! Once york marathon is out of the way I will have a little rest and then start yours and Steves 10k plan over winter. How many weeks rest did you have after paris before you started the 10k plan?
I was talking to fellow runners after the race on tue and they were saying paris entry is via a ballot now aswell!
Im guessing youve never been to bramall lane Malcs. I once fell asleep at one of our matches...dad still torments me about it now!
Sounds like your run on Thursday was good practice for TR! 14 days to go
Good luck luck for today. Can't wait to hear how you get on....I have sub 40min 10k envy
I did my long run yesterday....was aiming to set of early before it got too hot, but didnt end up leaving the house until 9:45, finishing my run at 12:40...it was sooooo hot. Never ran in anything like it before. The last 10 miles were not much fun at all. On a plus side the races were on so at mile 9.5 I was able to use a portaloo (after drinking far too much coffee before setting off) instead of having to hold on or find a bush somewhere