Cor, there's nothing quite like getting knocked down a peg or two!!! I have just finished a very late W6R1, on the treadmill, after a loooong two days away working and a loooong drive home and it was soooooo flipping hard! That'll teach me for my boasty W5 posts hey?!
I felt every single second of the three runs tonight, and though I gritted my teeth and refused to give up, I felt slower than ever and am pretty sure tonight was what the lovely experts on here call a 'bad run' ...
I think it came as a bit of a shock that the shorter, interval runs were so hard after the wonderful 20 min run just 2 days ago, but realistically, late in the evening, already shattered and stiff from the drive, it was probably a silly plan to do it
So, a suitably sheepish and red-faced running-scared did not speed up at the end, or run a single second longer than necessary, there were no 'in the zone' moments or finding rhythm this time... No boasts and no gloats tonight folks!
Nonetheless, feeling positive and up for run2 on Thursday, earlier in the evening for sure and hopefully will brave the 'real world' outdoors for that one!
Good luck to all runners this week! May the force be with you