I needed some time to cool my temper before I could write today.
I’ve been in a very grumpy mood.
But now I’ve calmed down slightly (the dinner time rant helped a bit) so here’s what I have to say to you all.
If you are training for a new time for your 5k, don’t run only 3.1 miles during your practice runs. Do us all a favor and run FOUR miles! Or FIVE! Or even more than that! Because then! When you get to the actual race, it will seem like a piece of cake! Brilliant thoughts guys!
If you are training for a 10k, then run more than 6.2 miles. Guys, this is elementary stuff but it’s so insanely clever! Because the more miles you are logging the better you are getting. It’s just the way it is.
So run more miles.
That’s the one and ONLY thing that I don’t like about cross country. Yes we are running every day, but we only run about three miles every day. Which is actually less than I used to run.
I’m not done ranting about this. But I need to go now.