Re: Running Tired.
I am trying to build up the mileages and overall 'time out' again following a 5 month period of injury. I am doing well in getting long sessions in on a Saturday, but my midweek running, including Sunday, is mainly 3-5 20-40 minute fast cross country runs with a fast 5 k thrown in.
Trying to get my mile times down below 6min as well as the endurance back to over 6-8 hours.
I know I need to add some more mileage in midweek so looking at getting up silly early one morning a week to get 60-90 minute run in on the nearby hills. I have tried to do this after work but always get bogged down with family stuff.
I am doing a few PBR and BGR supports at the weekend which normally involves night navigation so I am gettign knackered driving around - but aren't we all
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