One could almost cut through the air with a knife as it entered my lungs, and my legs were heavy despite a lighter second half to the taper week. Most of my peers hared off into the distance, but as tempting as it was to go with them, self preservation for the first half was the aim of the game; an average of 3:50 per km was the target to allow for the above said modest 38:30 PB.Shortly after turning the first corner, everybody almost came to a standstill when a flatbed truck, with what looked like a cement mixer on the back, partially blocked the route and prevented the lead vehicle from going any further! Cries of, “Keep right,” filled the air as we tried our best to nimbly pass the blockade. I spoke with the 5k winner after the event, who ended up making a wrong turn with no lead vehicle and fewer marshals on hand, many having relocated temporarily to get the flatbed truck cleared off.The first km came in as expected at 3:51, though it still didn’t feel as easy it should have for the opening split of a 10km, especially when I purposely held backThe dreaded second km signalled the first of two not insignificant climbs on the course.
After five months of regression, he went to Charlton Athletic who are a rich midterm Prem team in my save. This year on my saves I usually try to get Nasir, Evra, Sagna, and Carzola or someone if I can.Verve_94 2 points submitted 9 days agoSo I’m happy with my Everton team (recently won the Premier League for the first time ever on FM, in my 4th season. It feels even more of an accomplishment this year with how overrated Man Utd and Mourinho are!) but one thing I’m yet to really work out getting the best of is player traits.I guess it’s never really been something I’ve bothered with at any point on FM until this Everton game as I’ve always been concentrated on improving my squads.
I think people see the difference in situations, but it also makes it a lot easier to justify drinking for those struggling with alcoholism. Instead of a drink the day before you die (if you knew) people might drink when given a diagnosis or suffer big loses in their life because its understandable to in those situations. Going off this thinking of there acceptable times to drink can be a dangerous way for alcoholics to justify their reason to drink.
So like “do this but stop if it harder than that, add weight if easier.”Sheiko has a similar recommendation too.I vastly prefer fixed numbers to RPE except when programming top sets/max effort style work. Sometimes you want to do a top set but keep it fast, sometimes you want to really grind it out. RPE is useful for that I suppose.There have been so many days where if I had followed a prescribed RPE to the letter I have bailed after the first set, only to go on and hit five or six more sets.Noktua 3 points submitted 8 days ago2 weeks out and I fully preparing myself for this meet that I been waiting 8 months for to be a complete disaster.Going to be on a 1400 mile road trip to come home 4 days beforehand.