DOMS

Ouch.So I should have spent more time stretching out, and should definitely have done some kind of recovery workout after the Herod Farm race.My calves feel cramped and the whole posterior chain from achilles to Glutes feel like they need to be stretched out on a rack.I foam rollered this morning, and got on the turbo trainer to get some blood moving through them, but still there is residual soreness.That’ll learn me. Tim ps. DOMS is Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

Herod Farm Fell Race

Entered my first fell race in the Peak today. I have run a couple down south, but never anywhere where there that actually been proper hills. The Herod Farm race is organised by Glossopdale Harriers http://www.glossopdale.org.uk/, and is famed for the “2nd hill”.Normally, short fell races are run on an up and back basis- so once you have got all the climbing out of the way, there is little else to do except run like hellfire to get back down to the bottom of the hill.Herod Farm is different. It follows all the usual bits, like running up a hill … Continue reading

Gym Jones FDI seminar

I was lucky enough to attend the Gym Jones FDI seminar in London back in October. I have reams of notes about it, both received and written, and I have come across my thoughts and day to day ideas and processes as I went through the course. I have been fascinated with Mark Twight and his training methodologies since I first read Extreme Alpinism many years ago, and it still sits in pride of place on my bookshelf. (except now it bears a signature on the inside- from an older, and dare I say it, wiser Dr. death. – It … Continue reading