Super Six? Hardly. Yet another no hoper scrabbling around for votes.
I'd rather Asics actually helped some proper runners rather than ex-gluttons.
More worrying is that you claim to be a 'teach'; I take it that means teacher, (a profession with all the time in the world to train compared to people who actaully work a full year). Worrying, as you seem to have little to no ability to write in English in the correct fashion.
Thanks to you TT and all the best to you!
Chappers- I wish u all the best with ur training
Personally I think this is great - I am not a big poster myself (I don't know enough myself to offer advice on anything) but always like to read what the super six are up to....it always motivates me to try a bit harder!
Mustkeeptrying and Running Rox - you both have my votes. It's a great achievement for all of you to get this far but I prefer to vote for people that have attempted marathons before as it shows that this isn't just a flash in the pan/ one-off attempt! I will be following the threads again this year although not attempting London this year as opted for Brighton instead.
Hi Kaly and thanks for the vote ! yeah my plan is to post everything i do and am told so that everyone else can join in to and hopefully do really well.
Brighton sounds cool- i wonder if the course goes up and down the pier? that'd be ace but i'd prob stop at 2p machines for an hour!
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Super Six? Hardly. Yet another no hoper scrabbling around for votes.I'd rather Asics actually helped some proper runners rather than ex-gluttons. More worrying is that you claim to be a 'teach'; I take it that means teacher, (a profession with all the time in the world to train compared to people who actaully work a full year). Worrying, as you seem to have little to no ability to write in English in the correct fashion. 0/10.
I just thought Chappers needed to work on his flirting technique a bit more He goes for the treat them mean keep them keen technique, lol
I'm a history teacher and just getting back in to it after long time off with the noggin disease attack. It is one of the best jobs in the world and everyday is so different- i am santa on friday!
Kaly you made me chuckle ! I did a half a few years back which was up steadily uphill for the first few miles and it sapped what strength there was. Your probably doing this already but maybe sneak in some hill training to get you used to it. I live in the valleys of wales now so have no choice as it is hills, hills hills-but then you get to go down the other side!
Jeepers good point. I dunno y hi tinks eye gota umprove mi spellin
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