Running2:00:05 25.39 km (4:44 / km) +358m4:25 / km ahr:149 max:169
Easy cruise round BBM
Wasn't forcing it, but was running at a decent intensity so ended up being a bit quicker than the last few times here. Basically been tapering for 10 days so not surprised I had a bit more energy to play with.
Running1:15:18 17.37 km (4:20 / km) +61m4:16 / km ahr:152 max:168
Easy cruise along the WoL
Normally, if I'd had a week like this I probably would have made this into a raz just to get a bit of quality and fast pace, but I didn't want to put any extra pressure through the toe to make sure it gets fully healed.
Running1:15:19 14.25 km (5:17 / km) +211m4:55 / km ahr:138 max:160
Easy round BBM
Normally this would be a double day, buy just keeping it at a single because I I want to keep my compeed on as long as possible. Tried to keep it really easy at the start, then got into it a bit more once I hit Mortonhall, still keeping it chill though. Leg's still pretty pickled from their time off.
Running1:15:33 17.67 km (4:17 / km) +73m4:11 / km ahr:149 max:161
Easy cruise on the Pencaitland railway
Legs a bit mashed from yesterday, quite impressed by how much the muscles seemed to have degraded in just 5 days off running. Aerobically im good shape, as the CV system has had 5 easy days in a row. Foot feeling fine, good stuff.
Running1:16:09 16.07 km (4:44 / km) +26m4:42 / km ahr:135 max:156
Easy round the Meadows
Blister seems to finally be at the stage where the skin looks vaguely human. Put a new compeed on and tried a micro jog in the flat. Everything felt gucci, so went down to the Meadows in case I needed to bail. Felt fine for the whole run, legs had turned into Turkey meat with 5 days off, so a bit of soreness there. Onwards then.