That's a shame after you've got back into it so enthusiastically. Had the session with the running coach this morning. Did a few drills to assess form etc, apparently there's nothing stopping me being a very good runner and my form was generally good. Particularly on hills. The main things to work on are mainly mental, there's an element of a lack of confidence so not using a full range of movement by staying in a bit of a shell and also that i give in too easily to tiredness rather than pushing through it. The mental side i knew about and have mentioned it on here a few times. She did get me to change my technique on a short hill and it felt a lot better, along with getting me to drive with my arms more and by doing that lifting my knees/feet higher. Although will be interesting to see how those things hold out when i'm tired. I think i now need to make the decision about what i want as a runner. I enjoy just getting out and not thinking about things much and just running. If i feel good i go a little longer/faster, if i feel rubbish i go slower/shorter. But by doing more sessions then i will have to have a lot more structure to my running and "think" about my running for sessions, rather than sticking my headphones in and just pottering off. On the flip side i'm a little frustrated by lack of progress and would definitely like to improve on both speed/endurance, which specialised sessions will help with.