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Well done Nell, that sounds like a hell of a warm up and warm down for a (fairly) short intervals session! Makes my 1-2 mile warm up look a bit limited! And yes, groin seems to have loosened off thank you :-)
I will be doing my own intervals session for the week tonight, a bit of a pyramid session planned.
You're getting away from me Nell :-) Yesterday we had Team Pursuit race on hilly 7 mile course then I went out & did an 8 miler in the afternoon...hurty.
123.3 miles YTD
Great miles everyone is racking up, looks like it'll be a year of us all pushing each other to great things.
Sorry to hear some our number are injured/feeling unwell I
hope the ailments pass quickly and you are back running at your best soon.
Harmander – I had a look at that chap, just reading about his
running made me tired. 105.5 laps on a track eeek, and 21 laps to reach 26.2
miles … suddenly 8 laps doesn’t sound so much. Reminds me of that old joke
about buying a 16” pizza but asking the guy to cut it into 8 slices, I never
manage to eat 12 slices. All joking aside, running over a hundred laps on the
track did you find one leg took a greater pounding than the other.
Nell – Yeah I do run to a plan, I probably spend as much
time on my Excel Spreadsheet as I do running lol. I have run to plans in
magazines/books in the past but these days I follow a plan of my own devising,
looking at what worked over the years and adapting it accordingly – of course
this being my first Marathon, there’s a bit of educated guesswork involved this
Out this morning before work again, Hail, Sleet, blustery wind
and a Yellow weather warning – PAH! – don’t the Met office know I’m training
for a marathon? I must run! Still no sunrise to report – but pretty happy with
31 Jan – 11.6 miles
YTD: 134.95 miles.