Can't wait for this one!
I am now feeling better after my 'recovery run'.
And feeling encouraged by your posts. Thanks.
The Giant elf.... Normally its usual to run the LSR faster as you get nearer the start date/end of training. However at this point its best to run them slowly. Once approach is to ignore miles and just say run 2.5 Hrs at a slow pace. This time on your feet LSR at early part of training helps the underlying aerobic engine. Good luck with the training - your weekly 10 miler will give a very good base
well done everyone some great running going on
Some great running going on lately guys
Back with a bang from my ankle injury to notch up a solid 3rd week of training with 36 miles done, including today's 13 miler which was really good fun- I hit the trails with some good company for the first 5 miles, which was muddy but good in the sunshine
Great to hear you're doing well Sarah Marsbar and ankle is holding up well especially under muddy trails runs!
Did 40 mins recovery run today and really enjoyed it - felt good after yesterday's run so pleased that I seem to have recovered afterwards quite well.
Hope all of you who have snow are coping - but I'm still green with envy - well I'm acting my shoe size and definitely not my age when it comes to snow!!
Well done both of you. A good weekends worth of training for you both. All will be repaid in April
Todays afternoon run was weird. Sunglasses and Hat and Gloves Enjyable though !!
well off to weight watchers later hoping for a better result than last week but will have to wait and see then 8 miles to do afterwards had a very light shower of snow in the early hours but nothing to write home about and has now stopped so that’s good have in past years training for Brighton had to result to using the treadmill for some of my training runs when the snow or ice has made it to doggy to go out
Three months to go!
Treadmill running for me later. The ground is too slippery to risk hurting my knee again.
Tenjiso - blimey, yes - 3 months Just discussing on another thread how to swap my LSRs around to accommodate a HM I've just found that I'd like to do.Do you have snow?
Tillstart - 3 months to find 10miles? Easy
No snow here, so easy 3 miles this morning for me. Beautiful morning, cold but with the sun coming out from behind some clouds - even stopped to take a few photos. Then I turned for home and the icy rain started - not so pleasant!
Hi everyone, after some advice. I did a 14 mile run last night, at a reasonably slow pace, and after about 11 miles I started to feel quite sick, plus a general lack of energy. It was freezing cold, and I was drinking reasonable amounts of Powerade for energy. I felt like eating a little something (I know some people eat jelly babies) may have helped the nausea to go away, but didn't have any. Have others had similar problems, and what have they done to alleviate ? Thanks in advance.
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