This is your moment
I believe that there are loads of lurkers out there that one reason or another do not post...
this is your chance to get stuck in....with so many new posters going for the asics 26.2 competition......they are nervous and can do with similar newbies joining their threads and asking some questions to get the threads going.,
I think this is the best set of people to get through for a while....most of them have bitten the bullet and are keen to interact........
You don't need to be doing a spring marathon to join in
Great post Seren nos! yes, please come n chat
Ooh do come and talk to me! I'm nice ... honest, guv! You'll have to think up some awkward questions for me!
I'm here: http://www.runnersworld.co.uk/forum/spring-marathon/vote-sarah-in-gfa---previously-lardy-girl-does-good-/234873-2.html
I now have the earworm in my head thanks to Snap........give me one moment in time
oops sorry - unintentional.
But unlike the Marathonlads, at least it's not Limahl (sorry again).
Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooo...i didn't pick up on that earlier...now its in my head
Mine too. Damn me.
did we meet at my car at Abo marathon ??
Snap - RRR, jen f - how areu all
infectious that song
yes we did a couple of years ago mick
i thought so
you had two sons with u
yes that was me
why the long face - or did u hit wrong key board button
ok, might not recognise u if i saw you
but it was lovely that u said hello
hope family are ok
mick.....its asmiliey face
i love meeting up with people even if it is brief
i do find u all extemely inspiring - thats what has helped me on my travels - meeting all of u here and there
hi micknphil-marathonlads.com I'm doing great thanks. and thats a smiley face too!
Thanks for this post Seren nos!
Inexperienced and willing to learn.....I used those words a lot as a teenager.
Really enjoying the friendliness of the RW forums so far.
My forum page is at: http://www.runnersworld.co.uk/forum/spring-marathon/vote-shadyady/234872.html
I am de-lurking and stepping out into the light. Been following this forum for a few months now and it has been, and keeps on being, a valuable resource for all my running questions. I had a bilateral bunion surgery in June and I started running at the end of August. In a few weeks I had built up to 10K and quite quickly went up to 16K. I kept on running every other day, mainly long runs (well, 14K so not that long). Just for the love of running and the pleasure I got out of it. I ended up injuring myself and I think also suffering from Overtraining Syndrome. Have now cut down to 3 times a week and I try to mix the runs with Interval sessions. I do some very early runs (0530) which seem to work brilliantly for me. I am always in a better form than on the runs that are even a few hours later. So that's me in a nutshell. Hello all!
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