I'm registered for the Great North Run in September – can't wait!
Though not a club or serious runner, I want to have a go at a good time. I wondered if you could all help me determine what that is!
I'm female, 29 years old, 58kg and a reasonably fit gym-goer and cycle commuter. Three years ago, I completed my first London Marathon in 4hrs26mins (with two toilet stops and a stress fracture!).
Does 1hr45mins seem wildly ambitious? I realise it's a hilly course but I'm willing to put the training in!
Thoughts welcome and appreciated.
Also, I've had a look at the My Asics planner, which seems pretty good but I'm interested to know what other tools you all use to help plan and motivate. iPhone apps in particular.
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