(1) Thanks, (2) Thanks, (3) That’s spectacular!!
(4) Whenever you have time to run is the best time to run :)
(5) I used to be terrible at running in the mornings. Actually, I wouldn’t call it running. More like stumbling around like I forgot to put my glasses on and had a hangover. Running in the morning is a lot different than running any other time of the day, ‘cause you’re not warmed up physically or mentally. (On a side note, doing yoga in the morning is also different than at any other time of the day.) You’ll initially have to focus on different aspects of the running, like breathing and where you’re placing your feet, rather than time and distance. I mean, you can’t expect to have the same level of fitness just climbing out of bed as later in the day, if you’ve always been training later in the day, eh?
I’m sure Chris would have more to say about this subject? (He’s a real BA runner… He can knock out 20 miles in one go, and I can hardly run 20 miles in a week! And I imagine he must run early in the morning…)