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TR - another 15M and then 10M with 5M at MP, very impressive.
EE - lots of quality in there. 10M for a MLR is a bit shorter than ideal, but still a good workout if you put plenty of MP in there or other stuff.
Nothing for me yesterday as expected, but 4.5M this morning - a couple with the dog then into work. May squeeze in another short run later if I'm lucky.
That's a decent early session TR. Nice one. A bit colder again this morning for sure.
I was very heavy-legged last weekend, not too surprising after a couple of bigger weeks (for me) and a lot going on at work. The XC on Saturday was particularly poor, even junior beat me, but when Sunday's 'easy' 11 turned into far too much of a slog it was time for a day off. Which I think turned out OK because track last night was much better. We'll see how the HM on Sunday goes though. No big sessions planned before then, which probably qualifies as some sort of taper.
Sounds as though you've recovered well TR.
Your hamstring must be holding up ok with those sessions EE. I had a bit of a PITA this morning before my run so have booked a physio appointment (have been trying to save some money by not going as regularly).
Is Sunday a target race CD?
Hope you get lucky Padams.
Jools - great news just to have done a speed session, doesn't matter what the paces were. It just gives you something to build on.
EE - some would say the MLR is the next most important weekly session after the LR, and speedwork is just the icing on the cake. But I agree that hard sessions on consecutive days is not a good idea - I always avoid even doing 2 in a row, let alone 3.
Squeezed in 5M last night, just doing laps of the block until Mrs P got home with mini-P. All easy except about 10 sets of strides - legs felt quite good, which I often find is the case in the evening if I've done a short easy run in the morning.