around. It is scary how much variations you can have. The higher you go in altitude, the better base training you get (=stronger) but the more up and downs you get also. So I basically felt like I was running with the breaks on 🙂 Normally I would be worried, but I have been through this before. The only difference is that this year I had to compete during a period of great post-altitude variations, something I normally would try to avoid. But it will pay off later in the year when I am rested and feel smooth. My aim is to peak later and this is the price I have to pay for it.
Now I will recovery for a few days and get into a normal rythm again. And build up for the Bislett Games at the end of the month.
All well 🙂