Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Running Training

Myself and a colleague have been running training for the past two days. It's an intensive course and by day two I'm drained. We've stuffed their heads full of our combined knowledge (yes dear sarcastic reader, it does take two colleague is a very wise and experienced eng1neer) and by the end of the course the cartoon above would seem appropriate. Stick a fork in them, they're done.

I think it went well though. The feedback sheets would suggest the delegates found it useful.

Predictably enough one participant is a little aggravating, thinks he knows it all, ignores our instructions in the exercises, rubs people up the wrong way etc. I don't envy his mentor.

Oh bugger.

Time for another session I guess.


Emma said...

I read the title of your post in the sense of training for running, which made me feel much guilty for not carrying on with mine, and in respectful awe of you for taking it up. Pays to read the full think, I guess.

1 i z said...


If it helps to re-establish me in your view Em, I am doing an average of about 6 hours a week swimming lengths at the moment. Which is kind of like running in water isn't it?

Wrecks the skin and hair though...

sally said...

Oh God, the guilt, I haven't been to the gym this week, no running, no swimming..Liz you are amazing..and isn't running training tiring!! Driving home after delivering a whole day of training finds me falling asleep at the wheel with exhaaustaion....silly, isn't it!!!