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in: jack_wright; jack_wright > 2018-03-11

Mar 13, 2018 7:47 AM # 
ba-ba:
To eat on the move not just on a climb. Best to eat off the top off a climb as at the bottom blood will go to your stomach jot your legs when you need it there most.
I managed off jelly babies and flapjack (though nearly choked on the latter), I dare say Carl ate nowt.
You can get a bit on your ivory tower about the lakes, it is of course amazing but don't become too narrow minded.
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Mar 13, 2018 8:19 AM # 
jack_wright:
Yep definitely. I think those last 40mins will stick with me for a long time. I'll be ready for Buttermere - starting with a dress rehearsal up in Jura!

Yeah I know, to be honest I would say it's totally dependent on with how I ran. I love fairly boring courses such as Scout Scar simply because I've got good memories from doing well and despise some pretty amazing routes like Stuc a Chroin because of the absolute death march that it was...

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