Follow Mystic as she embarks on her first FLM campaign (Mentor: Liz Yelling)
Introducing the sixth member of our Lucozade Sport Super Six… Meg (aka Mystic).
She might not have run a marathon before, but Meg’s bursting with enthusiasm for the challenge ahead. Her primary goal is to finish, but given her current level of fitness, she’s also hoping to go sub-4:30 on her debut.
Congrats on winning the prize Meg
I'm sure you will achieve your goal especially with the help of all the excellent guys and gals assembled to help you.
All the very best and I look forward to reading all about your training and progress during the coming months!
And lets just be ever so clear on this. You finish behind me, right?
Hey Meg - was just scrolling down the list of runners & riders and surprised to see a familiar face. Good luck, and hopefully catch up with you and Andy after the race. Am still trying to persuade Big Jon to enter
Yo Meg. How's life?
Lay off the choccies and you'll be whizzing along like a whizzy thing on a whizzy day in Whizzland.
Summat like that anyway. Just don't expect any lucozade stuff from Santa. I've eaten it all.
how are u super sixer, hope u training hard no chocs
see u soon
How has your training gone over the Christmas period?
No chance of me staying off the booze but I have been far less sloshed than many a year past!!!
I am nearing the end of a rest week with minimal running. It is hard, I will say no more because then I will think about running and then I will want to go running and then I will get irritable and then......
I did get your message. You are really kind. The first is a definate no as we are away for that weekend with the family. I haven't decided about the March one yet because that would mean that taking the Bath and Reading Half Marathon's into account then I will be away for three weekends that month and I am not sure that is fair on the family. However I haven't fully chatted it through with Mr C yet and if I do go then you will have a lodger for the night!
ps - I am great at bedtime stories etc so could be very useful
Well done Mystic, 4:30 is where I want to be at Edinburgh so will be following the same schedule as yourself although a little later.
Stay positive and keep telling yourself and others that you are a Marathon Runner because you are
yes - good luck meg.
i'm doing my first FLM this year too and will be following this thread and wotsits thread, tho you are both quicker than i expect i shall be
Mystic, just wanted to say before the kick off - good luck & best wishes on this great opportunity.
Not having done a full marathon before (maybe in 2010) I am looking forward to reading yours posts regarding the physical, mental & (esp) the nutrition sides of training for your 1st marathon.
Good luck again...
(I may see finish as I may be helping out in the finishing area this year - finding out soon)
Congratulations on winning the prize Meg well done. Just wanted to say the best of luck with your training and with Liz mentoring you I'm sure you going to sub 4.30 in your first marathon. It's my first FLM as well so I'll be keeping a close eye on your blog.
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