It was one of those nights and so one of those mornings. I usually find it really hard to start on a run and very easy to find reasons to put it off until tomorrow or, better still, the next day. But Parkrun only happens once a week, so I had to at least get out of bed and into the car.
Got to the start and, like last week, thought I'd do just the one lap from three. Heavy legs at the start confirmed it.
But like last week I just got into the "zone" and kept going to the end. In what is probably yet another PB! Only shaved a few seconds off but, hey, it's a PB
I just don't understand how this works - totally counter-intuitive
So pleased with the morning that I thought I'd try doing a repeat run. Off we went from the finish, running in the reverse direction. This was weird - all the visuals were different - I thought I had taken a wrong turning at one point but no - it just looked so very different. Got to the end of the second 5k ... and continued for the km or so back to my car.
I REALLY don't understand this. I can't do 10k but that's twice in two weeks. And I was even able to include some of the technique from the "speed" podcast
Can anyone explain?