Posted: 15/01/2015 at 10:32
HI Lozza, welcome to the thread!
TinkerBel - hoping you find your running mojo soon, good advice there on the get round strategy if needs must from RR. I like Eggys motivational therapy there about the run round Paris before a few refreshments in the evening, good one.
Jimbob - 8 gallons of tea, that's one huge help for the tea growers of Ceylon!
Plenty of time if on the injury bench, a week's rest could only see a 1-2% loss in fitness, wouldn't worry about it and the rest would possibly be quite welcome?
Track session done yesterday, smashed it on the track. Need to go into stealth mode now, sneaking out of work for an hour for an Easy6m.....
Nice Trackage Rapids. It may be a huffy old puffy session but your fitness and leg speed will improve. This will help you to run a new pb at a shorter distance, but more importantly keep those legs ticking over at pace when you get to the business end of the marathon.
Yes I love a cuppa, and a nice slice of cake if it's going.
7 miles easy commute today after 11 miles yesterday (5 tempo / 6 steady) and 15 on Tuesday (10 tempo-ish / 5 easy). That ends my 3 day mini block of training. taking Friday and Saturday off and then hope to go lonnnnnggggggg on Sunday.