Fluid & Free

So it's Sunday night and I've just about managed to peel myself off the sofa to blog for a bit after a weekend of eating and training. There's been a bit too much wine and pie consumed and a fair amount of post-run-lolling in front of the telly. I've revelled in the afterglow of some good sessions; training is feeling less painful as the legs get used to the longer runs and the odd bits of tempo thrown in. I'm still slow but happily battling to get fit with a training plan under my arm and my mojo back in my knapsack. These training weeks are whizzing by...
After what feels to have been another reasonably productive running week of logging good miles I'm a step nearer to sustaining and holding a 70 mile week. After that the focus will be building more quality on the track and roads with a regular sprinkling of races. All being well I can start to think about a marathon schedule for the new year and a stab at a new PB in April. 

For now I'm determined these rep times will shed a few seconds each week as I clamber back towards those heady days when even monster 1k rep sessions felt fluid and free.

This week in trainers...


DAY AM PM
MONDAY REST 8M STEADY 
TUESDAY REST INTERVALS: 8x600M
WEDNESDAY REST 8M STEADY
THURSDAY REST12M BRISK
FRIDAY REST 4M EASY
SATURDAY SPEED: 8X200M REST
SUNDAY 17M (6M TEMPO) REST
WEEK'S MILEAGE: 64 MILES

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  1. i like the wine and pie part of the schedule the best ;)

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  2. I'm with ultra collie on this one! Great to hear you're back, mojo firmly stuffed up your running vest. Somehow it feels easier to get back into the swing once the nights draw in and it gets colder.

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