Yes, that’s a fair comment.
Well, there you go. The issues in the state sector regarding access are huge. I guess it’s different if your students and their families are already paying for their education.
What age range are you teaching and what setting (private/state) are you currently working in?
Most parents, or at least someone, will be at home during this lockdown.
Reduced numbers of students will allow teachers to socially distance (it’s what we did in the summer).
Schools should remain open on a rota to allow students to socially distance. Why is no one arguing for this?
From what I’ve been told, calf raises that are straight and bent legged, slowly up and slowly down. Also rest days between runs. I’ve been suffering from it and it’s very frustrating.
Would recommend a physio. Mine has been really good with it.
We were a month behind before, what’re the odds that we’re locked down by the start of December?
Lovely, that’s brilliant! Cheers!
Apologies is this is an obvious question but I’ve googled and not been able to find an answer. If I do a tempo run that has an easy first mile and easy last mile, is it better to run that last mile in my easy heart rate range (below 140) or at an easy pace (which I did today but the heart rate was nearer 150)? The last mile felt easy and didn’t have the incredibly slow pace I would have had getting below 140 after my heart rate was up. Is there a hard and fast rule or just whatever feels better?
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