mort - I just did 3M "race pace practice": 7:45, 8:05, 8:00took them "smooth and relaxed"hardly broke sweat reallylovely sunny day along the (Bridgewater) canal only one hissing swan to contend with
Oooooooh get you Slug 'smooth and relaxed' 'hardly broke sweat' !!!!!
I am not running at the mo due to knee/thigh issues but at least I will be well-rested for Sunday (or still injured )
GBM-in my retirement, my time allows me to explore, read, investigate the science behind running, so that i may pass on these gems of wisdom for others who don't have the time (too busy paying taxes), that said i still can't get smileys. How may i be of assisstance to you? please bear in mind no offensive comments. (wink smiley)
I've just got smileys back
Saturday Long Run
Meeting at Rose Hill 8 o'clock
Best of luck to everyone racing this weekend
GBM- Thanks for the company yesterday, must of been a good session my legs are aching.
J8-is it 4x5 miles
TB- Not bothered, last week we went up to Disley, Kettleshulme, Lyme Park, Poynton and couldn't resist the last mile on the Middlewood way.
Jonah8/TB--4 x 5 miles on the MW would suit me in case i blow up. See you at Rose Hill.
wont do the link today, world champ ultra runner doing a q and a in chinley if anyone is interested in how to train for a marathon, you all being novices an all
mort - Running Bob can use you as a pacer then see you on Sunday - looking forward to it
Good luck to all the Village people this weekend!
What's the difference between 4 x 5 miles and 20 miles?
BHB-the same as 2x3 or 3x2, If you do a progression run, it's on the same ground, back and forward, whereas 20 straight miles there's bound to be a hill or two. I just have visions of GBM blowing up.
J8-i'm hoping to make it, but best laid plans and all that-the 4x5 mile seems good.
Yes, good luck to those racing this week end
So not only do you run the MWW several times a week, you run the same 5 mile strecth over and over!
Good luck to the Village Bakery runners. I really wanted to do that one as my first serious race of the year, but family commitments got in the way.
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