15 weeks schedule starts today

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30/12/2002 at 17:14
hope we all got out there today to kick off the 15 weeks schedule?

god bless us, every one
30/12/2002 at 17:34
Er, I started with a rest day
30/12/2002 at 17:53
Ill, not running
Hey, we were wondering where youd gone WWR
30/12/2002 at 19:23
Yeah - I think I posted yesterday saying "Where's WWR??"

Good to have you back anyway - hope your legs hold up well enough to run this time. It was you who had to drop out a day or two before wasn't it?
30/12/2002 at 19:28
are we supposed to be running today?
best get out there
31/12/2002 at 08:08

yes it was me who had to drop outafter the 400 miles of training

this year i'm starting off a better november and decmeber base, but am heavier (as a result of not training for 4 months last year) and can feel stiffness in the old war wound already....
31/12/2002 at 09:39
I had to drop out as well a day or two before with a virus in the end. To say I was pi$$ed off is an understatement. Training had been going great!

Didn't run much over the summer, now I'm back with a vengeance and running further than this time last year. I can't wait for April 13th - I've got an old score to settle with 26.2 miles of London!
31/12/2002 at 09:55
Okay - okay I'll go!

How many days does the training programme allow for "don't feel like going I opened a new case of red last night" occassions?
31/12/2002 at 10:16
not enough, i'm afraid
31/12/2002 at 11:07
Did a bit of speed work yesterday - haven't been able to do my long runs for 2 wks due to sore shins, but they feel fine now, doing nothing today but will be doing Hyde Park 10k tomorrow (with hangover), and if everything go's OK should be able to start my proper training for FLM.

Happy New Year to All and see you on 13.04.03 if not before at any races.

31/12/2002 at 12:01
On the menu for today is a 4 miler, slow with a few gentle strides (31 - 33 mins). Now that's not too taxing is it?
02/01/2003 at 21:14

Come on son sock it to London in 2003

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