Keeks wrote: »
Ok....I am struggling to get enough time to do my LSRs in one sittings, but could possibly get the same time done over shorter sessions during the day.
For example, say I plan to do a 2 hour LSR, I could probably break this down into 45 mins in the morning, 30 mins in the middle of the day and and other 45 min evening session.
Is her any major dis-advantage to this and should I avoid this althogether?
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Supercell wrote: »
On the same point, is there an accepted point at which time on feet doesn't become beneficial any more (not taking into account increased injury risk)?
I was over three hours on my LSR yesterday and it occurred to me afterwards that many people run whole marathons in less time.
I recall reading about a triathlon athlete that never ran longer than 16 miles on his LSR's because he said he personally didn't get any gains from it and this guy was running marathon distances in the races of around 2:45 IIRC so no slouch.
Maybe I'm looking for an excuse for the next LSR to be shorter
average_runner wrote: »
You can always make time for your run, you just got to put yourself out to find a way.
EC1000 wrote: »
Up at 4am with a head torch? Out at midnight? I generally try to get home before anyone wakes up but different strokes for different folks, and all that...