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08/03/2013 at 16:03

Retford half on Sunday and in need of a good result after a por week of running for me. Anyone else racing?

 

08/03/2013 at 16:04

**poor**

08/03/2013 at 20:36

First ton up of the month

08/03/2013 at 21:53

Well done Jason.  Good luck at Retford Dave, I've got Stafford 20 miler on Sunday. going to run it hard and see exactly where I am in preparation for Manchester marathon at the end of next month, hoping for under 2:20 on a hilly course will translate to 3:05 ish at Manchester.

09/03/2013 at 08:04

Hip flexor a little sore this week (put my laces through one too many footballs last week, when will i learn???) Nice easy 5.23 miles this morning

 

09/03/2013 at 19:33

JR- rest up, mate...

tempo effort trail parkrun this morning and an easy pace 10ish this evening. 13.40 for the day

Dave- best of luck- and anyone else racing. 24m LR planned for here tomorrow

10/03/2013 at 14:24

1:14:24 and 3rd place wasn't bad. Snow and wind made it less than fun. At least I won my age group and added a 7 miler on the end albeit a 7 min/mile pace

10/03/2013 at 15:53

MC Dave- awesome result!!!! Well done

24.27m for me today

10/03/2013 at 22:00

Bloody hell Dave, thats a great result. And heres me happy with 2:19 at Stafford 20 miler today!!

 

The weather WAS a bit grim wasn't it??

11/03/2013 at 10:14

Will be getting back into a stricter training program this week after being very slack for the last couple of months - hopefully daughters will cooperate by sleeping thorugh the night as between the three of them we have been woken up 3/4 times a week for the last couple of months

Also must get back to the doctors for another thyroid test as at last check up they were concerned that it was underactive and there is a history of underactive thyroid in the family.

Hope fully if can get this sorted and some undisturbed sleep I might find a bit more enthusiasm to get up and out for the morning runs again. I know once I am up and out I will enjoy it. I will hold off posting miles till later as wouldn't want to drag the average down too much.

 

Edited: 11/03/2013 at 10:15
12/03/2013 at 19:46

CR- Hope you get back fighting fit

2 runs for 16.36 here today.

13/03/2013 at 19:38

Recovery am + MLR + warm down pm= 20.68m for today

15/03/2013 at 11:13

Rest day today so just did 5 miles first thing Racing on Saturday and Sunday this week!

Just had a call informing me that I was not successful with the internal job interview on Wednesday. Delighted with that as I can keep focussed on the training and don't have to worry about board reports and travelling to Cardiff and Bury St Edmonds every week.

Have a good weekend all

16/03/2013 at 10:32

Have taken it "VERY" easy with my hip flexor (advice heeded Jason!) and had just two runs this week at a very slow pace. Plenty of stretches and listening to my body and it would appear things are back to normal. Not even the slightest hint of a twinge during my dynamic stretches this morning and a nice slow 5.5 miles around the lanes. Will have tomorrow off and resume Monday. My next aim is to get off the bottom of the league table

Enjoy your weekend peeps

16/03/2013 at 20:28

6m this morning including leading the troops home in Parkrun, 10m lunchtime and 4m recovery this evening with a few bits along the way= 20.47m for the day

24/03/2013 at 11:23
Aaargh! It's all going pear shaped for me!

I've been running well (for me) in training for the Paris marathon. I've got 6 long runs in the bank (18, 19, 2 x 20, 2x21), and then it went wrong. I was due to do 22 last weekend but stopped at 5 as my throat was incredibly sore and I was needing to pee every couple of miles.

Since then I've done nothing as I have a throat infection, totally lost my voice and had to stay off work (I teach). Started to feel a bit more human & returned to work on Friday. Lacking the energy to run though so just did an easy 4 today. I'm on holiday from Thursday and hope to manage my planned taper training next week.

Those of you who are more experienced than I, what effect could it have on the marathon? I don't know whether to set off as planned (had hoped for sub 4 which I last achieved in 2010 off a 1:47:12 half). This time in training I've done more (5 runs a week rather than 4) and got my half down to 1:42:37 with a sub 77 10 miler.

It should have been do-able but I don't want to set myself up to fail I've lost the fitness through an extended taper/break.

All thoughts appreciated.
24/03/2013 at 11:42
You will be fine clag. You have good long runs in the bank, 10-14 days rest will not harm your performance, I have just had to have about 10 days off running due to illness and I felt great when I got back into it. I felt ok after about 8 days but gave myself a couple more days.

When you are better do a couple of 5 mile runs and then continue with your program.
Good luck and hope you get better soon
25/03/2013 at 18:01

S3200H I agree with you.

Managed to avoid the worst of the weekend weather by going over to Bruges for a few days. Had a scattering of snow but not enough to stop me racking up some miles including a 22 which is 4.5 times around the town - boring but got it done!

2 big weeks to go now before London (well, big for me)

26/03/2013 at 20:52
Back on track. Did a wee session of hill reps. Just a few runs left before the big day.
27/03/2013 at 22:41

Looking like my first ever 300 mile month!

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