They're all too fast in the other thread!
Well done. It's still a good time.
I'm completely chuffed but wish I could've found those few seconds from somewhere
1.00.29. I was a bit optimistic
@andi I've got 18 weeks Ages
Today I jogged half a mile, then ran a mile (physio suggested it's time to try my legs!), then jogged home. 7:43 for the mile, which is very close to me best ever uphill mile
Well done Steve, an excellent time and am sure your next 10k will easily see you sub 60 mins now
Daveo, 18 weeks may feel like ages but it will fly by! Just under 20 weeks for me and missed my first LSR Just looked and my best mile is 7.46 (did that straight after a 4.52 kilometre and the mile time was a slighty faster pace) so we seem to be pretty even?
Daveo & Andi,
Can i join you all? Have entered my first 10k (not till July) and looking to get under 60mins. Not actually completed 10k distance yet, furthest so far is 8.75k. I'm doing it alone and a little apprehensive! Any support would be great
hi Emse and welcome! I've still not got under 60 minutes and currently training for a Marathon but hope to get there someday
I run alone as well though have my 'virtual' running partners here for help and support
Good luck for July - which race are you doing? and following a specific training plan?
I'm doing the big Leeds 10k ... I thought there would be less humiliation with more runners!!
I completed the c25k in March and since then have been vaguely following bupa's beginner 10k. I try to get out 3 times a week with one run being a longer one.
which marathon are you training for?
Am sure you'll be fine if you get your training in There won't be any humiliation for anybody I'm sure. I'm doing Baxters Loch Ness Marathon at the end of September.
Hi Emse and welcome. I'm sure you'll be fine because you've already done 8.75k and your race isn't til July. I'm willing to bet there's lots of people doing that run who won't run that far.PSounds like you're on the slippy slope to marathons like the rest of the addicts on here
Hi & welcome to the thread.
It can be a slippy slope. I've done 1 marathon & said never again but then entered another one which I had to down grade to the half due to injury problems. I've promised hubby I'm sticking to 10k as the max racing distance now.
I saw a photo of someone's blister after a marathon & that was enough to put me off!
That's what I meant. My missus told me NOT to enter one this year under any circumstances, after it took me three days to start walking properly after Stroud HM. It took lots of notice. I'm booked into two this year and looking at a third.
Emse, you say that now, but you will get the bug. There's nothing to touch the finish line feeling, no matter how hard the race is...
Hey welcome Esme
@andi - with a 7:46 mile, a sub 60 10k should be a walk in the park - you could probably get close to 50 mins tbh... what's your 5k pb?
Daveo, yup, my times seem all over the place and hoping my HADDing will help things. Not really run a 5k in anger this time around but my best time from 3 years ago was 28:42 and hope to beat that someday
A 50 min 10k would be a dream time
I think the mara training will help - it's all about endurance and toughness to stretch those times out to longer races eh. I'm still mostly HADDing, however, due to a technical hitch at our recent parkrun, my wife now has a parkrun PB faster than mine, and this cannot be allowed to stand!
Yup, am hoping the HADDing and mara training will help as well and think my smoking and drinking might have something to do with my lack of stamina As for the times it shows your a non competitive loving Husband Daveo LOL
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