Post details of your last run and what you think of it
4.5M fartlek Hard. Snow on ground and lightly falling. It cushioned my footsteps !
It is 28th March, not 28th Dec with this snow ?
The sun is shining! 6 miles with 4 at mara pace this morning for me. Feeling good.
Have a good long weekend all and run off those hot cross buns and chocolate...
4ish miles in the muddy forest for me today. Have a great Easter all fellow MLRers.. I shall be sneaking off for a sneaky run at some point over our long weekend away
15.1 mile medium long run tonight.
Thur 11.00pm - cold but fresh air to greet me and Fudge when we started out - woodland trail lit by a full moon in a clear sky
easy paced run - nice loosener to round off the working week
good running over the long weekend - enjoy the tapering
22.11 miles this morning. Getting my long run in today to free me up for Easter. Tough doing 22 miles after 15 the night before.
Wow, you're on a mission SR!!
Really chuffed today, I broke a big marker. Did the Salford 10k as a warm up race for the Manchester mara and finished in 38.52, broke 40 for the first time (my second 10k race) and took 3 minutes off my PB. I feel a reward beer or two on their way
Determined to get under 3 hours for London even if it kills me! Got two shortish runs left this week then onto taper. Though being on the p & d plan taper is reletive...
Great time for you at Salford, you won' be that far off a three hour marathon with that.
SB - well deserved beers
baldbloke - keep at it - there is improvement in ALL of us
Fri 7.00pm - easy 6km on a cold but pleasant evening with Fudge - eased in some new trail shoes on the woodland trail - looking forward to the extra hour of daylight for those evening runs
dig in everyone
Thanks all. Cid - The beers were cold, sweet and went down effortlessley With you all the way on the daylight
Surrey - I've said on another thread that I can't help but have one eye on sub 3 because my times are coming down across the board, all the time. Sensible wisdom, though, dictates that stretching yourself too far on your first marathon may not be the best of approaches so i'd probably settle for a finish and a resonable sub 4 time.
As for you, hard to imagine you won't crack it with all the grunt work you've been doing. Fingers crossed it all pays off.
Back OT, 7 mile recovery with 6x100m strides on a chilly but stunning, bright and still morning. Loved every single second of it.
I headed to the beach to catch the sunset and hopefully take some pictures. I wasn't disappointed.
5.2 miles in a strange, interval-like way
Sat 3.00pm - 10km (45 min)
went exploring some trails off the beaten track - found a couple of bridle paths which gave a bit of variety to my normal route - new trail shoes slowly bedding in
enjoying my running - hoping everyone on the the thread is going well and running strong
Redjeep - go for it
Sun 7.00am (or was it 6.00am??) - 21km (1.37) - pavement pounding mixed pace
Glorious sunrise and icy cold - warmed up quickly enough - legs tired towards the end but a decent run - some lovely views in bright clear air - as fresh as it gets
good easter running everyone
12.19 miles this morning including 5 by 1200m intervals. Taper time at last!
Saturday 30th March - Paderborn "Germany" Easter Half Marathon - 1 Hour 25 minutes and 26 seconds!
easy 15k in South Downs this morning...beautiful crisp sunshine...
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