After a stellar first month of London Marathon training I was struck down with some sort of illness that’s been doing the rounds and it wiped me out big time.
After the first week at 65 miles I have to admit I was a little nervous but to be honest I’d done a medium long run, a tempo session and a long run for the first time in ages.
Training has begun, London seems a fair way away but it’s going to come around fast!
This week I’ve hit the big 4-0. A move into a new age category and many new goals to aim for.
This year, my time at the White Rose ultra was spent driving between checkpoints, sitting in the dark waiting for runners and helping anyone who needed it.
A “comeback” race in as much as I felt reasonably close to fitness and wanted to double check whether I was right or painfully wrong ..
Lets hope the dreaded last words curse doesn’t strike but this week has been even better than the last with some better paced easy running and a good parkrun result.
My word it’s been a long time since I’ve strung together a few decent runs but I’ve had a great couple of weeks.
My blogging, like my running of late – has been sporadic and of mixed quality so a full mental reset was required.
First race back since my fall in February – a local fell race and since I just passed my driving test I took myself along for a leg stretch!