No Pain, of course I remember you. Not least because you're from my hometown.
As BBT says, that's an amazing about of miles that your putting in each week. I hope it pays off for you in London.
Run forest run is this Saturday.anyone else doing it...i'd like to know what to expect....
thanks No Pain, I will have a look at them
Martin I have never ran two marathon close together. Have a look at No Pains suggestion as it worked for him. I would think you need some recovery and just keep ticking over.
Hill session last night with the club I just hope it helps me on the steady runs now and I get a bit of life back into these old legs.
Thanks Kenny , glad to see your up and at them keep it up I'm going to recover in the first week and then thanks to No Pains advice i'm going to follow the Higdon 4 week plan as I'm currently following his 18 week intermediate plan , so that works well,thanks again.
No Pain, nothing more arduous than some 10k or halfs later in the summer ,going on holiday late June so just plan on taking it easy , no plans yet for winter marathon might just stick to the halves
Rotten cold since Monday - pushing on with the training anyway. Whether that's the right thing to do or not I have no idea.... actually felt much better after my hill session tonight.Maybe I've sweated it out of me
would anyone have an idea of the hilly areas in Derry marathon.
first time entering a full Marathon and slightly concerned about hills!!
Martin, I hate to be the bearer of bad news but there are only four weeks between the marathons. I was aiming for Belfast myself and then entered for Derry because it is a one-time only occasion. I'm thinking of trying both but might end up giving Belfast a miss this year.
Martin if your not looking to PB in your second marathon you will be fine, take a few days of after the first one and then just tick over for the next couple of weeks 6 or 8 mile runs at most.
At the moment I am training hard for the Manchester marathon at the end of April ( looking for a PB ) then i am pacing the sub 4.30 group at Belfast might do Newry for fun and see how I go and then I am pacing the sub 4.30 group at Derry , so it should be a fun 6 weeks or so
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