To be honest they were comfortable and snug, didn't move and didn't hear any sloshing, now that could be due to the fact I was listening to music,which drowned it out.
The bottles were very easy to lift out of the holders and slip back in nicely as the holders were made out of plastic they maintained their shape and I didn't have to fight to get them back in and I could do it all with one hand, what a pro!
So I had no major problems, bar the initial leak, which was quickly sorted, I think I could become very good friends with the Nathan speed two. It will get its first real test on Sunday when I run the Ranelagh half marathon.
Back on the SIS gels which I used before I recieved all those free Lucozade products when I won the place in the London marathon, will take one at 4 miles and one at 8 miles, I will carry an extra one incase I feel I need it, and I will also yam sports beans whenever I feel like it from 15 minutes in. (For those of you who don't know when you start running over a certain amount of mileage or for a certain amount of time say over an hour plus it's a good idea to have something to give you energy and thats what these gels do, think of like spinach was for popeye, these little gels are like that for runners, although gels are not the only thing you can eat, in the forth coming months I will be experimenting with other things).
I will also start off the race carrying a small bottle of water in my hand then fill up at the water stations. It's not a massive race and the water stations are at 2 miles 7 an 10 so thought it was best that I'm as self sufficient as possible. Thats the plan anyway, which I have vowed to follow come hell or high water. Hopefully Sunday I will redeem myself after messing up so badly at the marathon.
Next week it's also time to hit the gym so one of my runs at least will be indoors and then I will tag a weight session onto that, so all in all I would like to run 4 times a week amounting the 30 miles, spin class once, weights twice.