Minni v Dubai Dave
I'm reckoning she'll drop it and it will roll under the wheels of the following coach - value about the same as my trousers!! She hasn't even run with it yet.........I won't be selling mine as Mr O4S has promised to pay for it and wants the proceeds if I subsequently sell it!
Spoons Giro helmets: I have a red one and Mr O4S has a blue one, not sure what other colours they come in
Minni - Only running 3 times a week, ramp up has gone 2,4,6(first week) 4,6,8(second week) and 6,8,10(week just gone), so I am just going out enjoying the running and due to reduced number of runs feel I can push the pace a little. Yesterday felt comfortably hard and as the course was a little lumpy was pleased with pace. This week is cutback week, 4,6,8 then increase mileage in subsequent weeks. Going back to see Physio tomorrow I think to work on drills to increase muscle power from legs.
Sounds like there's profit to be made from these torches buy one for £200 then sell for £150K
Bro-that was a tough Marathon and dont be downhearted .The experts say in very hot conditions expect to reduce the pace by 30secs to 1min per mile.I had a similar experience in Chicago 2007 when the temperature never went below 88f with high humidity to match and my time was coincidentally 3.54.Whilst it was my slowest ever it was probably up there with my best as it was so tough-for me .Bear in mind you ran that marathon when most people would expect to be lying on a beach.Dont underestimate how much it has taken out of you too. We may have a bit of that heatwave here this week
AntP-another great pb thats what we expect onthis thread.More importantly its the consistency .Looking forward to the next one.
Minni-great hilly run -probably need a good rest this week but knowing you thats not likelyHope the hot weather forecast for this week doesnt materialise
Barry-that was an impressive 10miler -i managed 8 at average pace of 7.36 and felt it .My heart rate went through the roof for the first miles and it took a while recovering. Its strange that whilst we dont have marathon pressurse on us the mileage soon ramps up.I managed 37 miles in 3 runs last week
DarenF-I think that this heart rate training is the key to improving my 10k time.How to I work out the relevant training heart rates to do this accurately?
O4s I am seeing the Olympic torch signs everywhere-it must be pretty exciting for you.How can ayone sell the torch?I would frame it and oput it in of pride of place at home.
Myplan today is to do 30k spinning this lunch time and 750m swim plus 5k run tonight.We will se if it happens that way.
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Apparently someone has sold their torch already on eBay for ??150k!!!
I'm selling my GF's for only £100k - bargain
Thats very Impressive Daren. Very. Do you have a target race? It would be a shame not to use that improvement for a PB?
Nice running Baryy. 3 Times a Week seems to be working for you at the moment !!
Congratulations Carrot on the wedding date etc
Ant P - A PB is a PB.....good work !!
Redwood, sometimes a CNBA is your body telling you to rest. Sounds like you listened
Freemers, good solid running than. For that to feel slow then you must be in good condition !!
10 Miles for me this morning. Nothing spectacular ( slower than Freemers effort ) but a good solid run ( 9MM) !!
Daren - that's incredible progression
Unfortunately my heart rate chest strap didn't work yesterday. Probably run out of batteries.
Daren - why not do a YKW this weekend so that you can measure the benefit of the block of speedwork you are doing.
Daren - I've been reading all of your HADD stuff with interest. I'm inherently lazy so it is the type of training that definitely appeals! I'm not sure when I can fit it in, but I might try to give it a go at some point in the next year. How long do you need to stick at it to reap the benefits? I notice from your times above that you've been doing it for 5 months now...
I think I'm going to aim for 43 mins for Sunday's 10K. That would be a 1 min PB and is in the middle of what my most recent 5K and HM times say I should be capable of.
O4S - which bit of Bristol are you carrying the torch through? I shall definitely try to have a watch online on Wednesday, as it goes through my home town too.
Minni - biology this morning and Spanish listening this afternoon - hard when you're pretty deaf and need lip reading!!
Daren - you have shown real commitment to the HR training - long mileage weeks - so its great to see the benefit.
Ant - not sure if I congratulated you on your new pb - but well done.
Freemers/AGF - nice 10 milers done.
2Old - I've yet to hit the lake for OW swimming. It was @15 degrees last week so getting warmer...
3 days of no running for me. Off to Italy on Thursday, so will call this a "recovery week/CNBA week" and get back into it next week to sweat out the indulgences!
Didnt get spinning- the road to the gym was blocked and I couldnt be bothered with the diversion.I will have to make it up some other time.
DarenF-thanks for that-now i will have to organise when I can give it a go.
AGF-thanks for the Liverpool Marathon tunnel video-its a steep climb out like the Wallasey Tunnel but the drums will pull anyone flagging out no problem. Is it a local race for you?I have run a lot of the route in the past.Its probably my nearest Marathon.Whats your next race?
AA- 15c? Thats 3.5c warmer than 9days ago. Wonder what it will be tonight after all this sun-might have to ditch the wet suit like some of the (crazy)others who never wear one.I like recovery weeks. Exam periods are a pain.Ive got three about to do different ones including university finals .
Spoons -congrats to you both..Do you need the batteries for your heart or the strap?
That's brilliant progression with the Hadd stuff Daren It would be good to see what you'd do for a YKW on the back of that lot! Talking of which, my 9 year old nephew blasted out a 21.42 at the weekend - that's almost as quick as my PB
Much as I'd like to think if I was lucky enough to be a torch bearer I'd never sell it, I think for £150k I'd be mad not to!
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