I'm hoping to graduate on Saturday and my last run was yesterday as my work week's rather hectic. However I have an appointment tomorrow about 2km from home. Would you, o experienced ones, consider running there then after 2 hours of work running back? I realise that I don't have a warm-down walk on the way, nor a warm-up on the way back. I have only managed about 3.7km in one run, so far. I always walk to this particular place, but this week I have to go on quite quickly afterwards by car. Obviously I could decide just to run there and walk back, but I'd be rather tight for time if I did that. I would have time to walk there and run back.
Am I crazy even to be considering it? I won't be able to change when I get there so I'll have to run in something that looks like street clothes, albeit with trainers, and I'll have a small backpack as I'll need a little equipment.
The more I type, the crazier this scheme sounds, but you know so much better than me. Have you every done anything like this? I do not want to jeopardise Saturday, either by getting injured or by leaving too long between W9 runs.
Thanks for reading such a rambling enquiry
With love and thanks for all past and future support
Love Lizz x