Posted: 29/09/2016 at 14:36
Yep it's the independently Great Cumbrian Run - that is, a run called Great but not part of the Great Run series. It's a half marathon - I'm worried I'm over tapered now despite the fact that my 5 at lunch in a squall felt anything but bouncy.
I have had a whole hosts of targets but as the week progresses I feel more and more like just beating my quite soft PB will do.
Muddy - I guess from what you've said over the last few months the family has had a bit of turmoil so it will take you and mini Muddy a while to get used to the new arrangements first then maybe you will realise that in the new rhythm of life there are opportunities for running just like there were in the old different rhythm?
I presume your other week is child free so initially I would squeeze a big long run and a long MP run into that week plus other running so maybe hitting top level mileage for you with anything you get in the other week as a bonus and that might maintain you at a level for a while?
If you were slower like me he could ride his bike along beside you and turn into Jason Kenny when he grows up?