2004 Targets

What are yours?

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Ratbag    pirate
22/12/2003 at 15:22
I'm doing Stratford too..

I've put some of these up before but this year (OK 2004), I really think I can do it..

No 10K PB but 45 mins would be nice..
1.45 half mara (PB 1.46.50)
sub 4 marathon. (PB 4 hrs 29)

Run 8 min miles aerobically as a result of base training (if I do that, all the above are very doable))...
22/12/2003 at 15:53
saucy ratbag!

jeez - just looked at the first page and realised that this thread is just way above my league.

any howse.....

i am going to be religously on the wagon monday to thursday nights from 5th jan. been doing it recently but it's gone a bit awry what with the festive season and all that!



22/12/2003 at 15:56
Run 95 miles from Glasgow to Fort William in three days, camping each night, next Easter.
22/12/2003 at 17:36
Get over current injury and stay injury free.

Get back to running 5 days and and an average 50+ miles per week.

Get into the habit of stretching more and working on core stability/strengthening.

A sub 38 minute 10K.
A sub 64 minute 10M.
A sub 83 minute 1/2M.
Another sub 3 hour marathon.
Another ultra marathon (or two).

Stay healthy - finish the year fitter, faster, leaner, stronger and happier than I started it.
22/12/2003 at 17:43
3 marathons and an ultra planned, plus numerous halfs and 10K's

aiming for 3.44 marathon, 1.45 half and 45min 10K this year
22/12/2003 at 17:47
Mine will be to get back to running regular - I hate these dark nights. I run alone and find it hard getting out in the dark.

Need to get back to 25 miles/week at least.

PB for 2004

Join a running club in Jan

beat 9 min mile
beat 55 min 10K
run GNR in 2 hours ( did 2 hrs 11 mins this year)

Find a running buddy

Get out and enjoy it again - I feel stuck in a rut at the moment
22/12/2003 at 17:50
White Peak Marathon

Foulees de la Soie.

Loch Ness marathon?

That is not to say there won't be halfs and 10Ks and other races, but as I will never be trying for any particular time in any race, I will not be choosing or training for any of the shorter races in advance.

The most important is just to keep running. The way to keep running however is to choose something to train for and then set on doing the training for it.
22/12/2003 at 18:24
Only one main aim namely a sub 2:35 marathon.

Simon
22/12/2003 at 18:34
to improve
thats it
22/12/2003 at 19:06
In order of difficulty:

1 Get a club place for FLM (didn't last year)

2 70 min for 10mile (71 min)

3 3:30 marathon (yet to do one)

4 90 min half marathon (1:33)
Bionic Ironwolf    pirate
22/12/2003 at 19:13
A PB at any distance would be nice, but...

Sub-15 hour Ironman (I'm close to it but not close enough).

Good run at Paris marathon

Improve my swimming times

Stay injury-free for the whole year.

22/12/2003 at 19:15
[scratches head]

I was sure I'd posted on this...

OK.

1 - learn to ride a bike
2 - swim more than 15metres. yes, that's fifteen metres. No words like 'hundred' missing, or anything.























DON'T







LAUGH!
23/12/2003 at 16:59
Stay injury free, no more food poisoning or nothing.

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