I spent a lot of time in the early evening stretching it out - I lie on the foam roller with my spine going along it's length, bring my arms out straight to form a T-shape, and let my hands rest of the floor. Like most stretches, it feels good but is also a bit painful. I ended up being quite carried away by that - just lying on the floor, staring at the ceiling and thinking of
It was chilly. At least I had one of my long-sleeved tops with a zip-up high neck! It was also the one with thumbholes, but it wasn't quite that cold! I took another longer-than-necessary route to uni, although this one had far less steep downhills than the route from last week. After about 1km I realised I had done it again - laced the forefoot too tight! I really need to get it into my head that these runners are perfectly fine loosely laced. I'm not sure whether to blame the relatively narrow Triumph 10 or the relatively wide Wave Rider! I think I'll just blame the pair I'm not wearing at the time :)
Another km later, and I was at uni. Completely failed to fix what I wanted to fix, so headed back home. Only this time it was even chillier! Brrrrr! The thumbholes helped a little, but the best fix was running.
Summary: 2.2km @ 6'37" and 1.5km @ 6'08" (oh the difference no traffic lights makes!)