Personally, I’d prioritise what I enjoy the most. If that’s football, work around that!I've tailed off recently as well. I'd got into a good routine of alternating running days with weights days but being able to play footie again has thrown things off and I haven't found the right balance yet. I play Wednesdays which is probably the worst day - any running Monday/Tuesday can make my legs a bit heavy, and I'm still feeling a game in my legs Thursday/Friday.
Luckily I don't mind running at the weekend but ideally I'd be going 3/4 times a week.
That’s a fantastic effort mate well done , I worked out that I’d done 27 miles running and walking combined So I haven’t ran over the weekend . I’ll get back at it tomorrowAnother good few weeks running distance wise - averaging 30 miles.
I did 10 miles cross country/canalside today and pushed myself for 2/3 mile intervals to keep a 7minute/mile pace. Felt surprisingly ok.
Unlike Daz though I’m not losing weight - my sweet tooth is taking over!!
That's good considering your previous post! I've found it hard going the last month or two for some reason, seem to permanently have cold-type symptoms and just never feel quite as strong as i was previously. Winning the mental battle and making sure you actually go out is the main key to success though.Got a 5 mile run done today , bit of decent weather helps
10 mins at 3:30 is decent. Especially for reps. That pace would get you 10:30 for a 3000mtr track race.Hard session today after a mixed week of running (mainly due to work & socialising again).
Today’s session: 2x 10min @ 3:30 per km (2 min walk, 2 min jog between each rep) followed by 1k @ 3:23 per km (2min slow rest) followed by 500m @ 3:23 per km. Preceded and proceeded by warm up and cool down. 13km in total. Felt good once completed! And had the added bonus of coming home to watch Leicester throw away a 2-1 lead