Sub 5 hours

Slow, steady but determined.

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21/10/2004 at 20:15
Maybe I'll organise a Forum Forties Frolic next year :-)
debbo    pirate
21/10/2004 at 20:20
I remember 1965 well. I was 6!
M...eldy    pirate
21/10/2004 at 20:22
1967 wasnt bad either :-))


Still on the injury bench with a couple of non too successful 2 milers under my belt ... referral to Docs on 11 Nov so hopefully it will be a very slow but sure climb to the marathon??
Jane I am the same difficult to find a sub5 plan for a slow pepe .. or do they class 5 hours as a beginner???
21/10/2004 at 20:36
Maybe we should challenge the bods at RW to do something useful with our subs and come up with one :-)

Shall I type some rude words to get their notice ?
M...eldy    pirate
21/10/2004 at 20:38
There seem to be (as this thread shows) a lot of people at a similar standard who want to aim for sub5 - very few of us I would say are beginners ... there is a gap in the market !!
iron fraggle    pirate
21/10/2004 at 20:55
1967 was indeed a very good year Imelda!
M...eldy    pirate
21/10/2004 at 20:56
Any excuse for a party Fraggle!!
iron fraggle    pirate
21/10/2004 at 21:03
:-)
21/10/2004 at 21:18
You are all babies compared to ancient old me.

I won't tell you how old I was in 1967.

debbo    pirate
21/10/2004 at 21:34
Jane - maybe we should ask for age-adjusted times!
21/10/2004 at 21:36
Good idea debbo.
K2
21/10/2004 at 22:27
I was just about to agree with Debbo's comment about being 6 in '65 then realised that old age has b*******d up my maths. OMG - I was dancing the night away at the disco. :-(
debbo    pirate
22/10/2004 at 14:42
K2 - they do have discos for very young folk though!
22/10/2004 at 16:15
Hi there folks, I am doing an all day training course on endurance running on Sunday. There will be practical sessions and talks on different aspects of running. I have to do some homework for it and have to fill out a typical weeks worth of training. Not sure if I have a typical week but wonder if I should put down a weeks training before a marathon or just do this weeks log.

Today I did an easy cross-training session at the gym and tried to really work my hamstring which I am glad to feel is getting alot stronger as the weeks go by.
debbo    pirate
22/10/2004 at 20:47
Jane - that sounds good - who is organising that?
M...eldy    pirate
22/10/2004 at 20:49
Jane - sounds intersting ... make sure you remember all the good bits to let us know!!

Can you not do both weeks ??
22/10/2004 at 20:55
Its organised through the SAL, held in Aberdeen so easy for me to attend. I also had to do some homework on interval sessions and how to fast and slow runners would get equal benefit out of certain sessions. I will spend a couple of hours on it tomorrow. If I learn anything I will certainly pass it on.

I think I will make up an average week of training and combine both weeks.
23/10/2004 at 14:03
Lovely day today, cool and sunny. Out for a 10 miler off-road which took me over 2 hours.

I used a very scientific method of choosing a typical training week, I randomly picked a page from my training log.
25/10/2004 at 11:59
6 miles today, with 3 miles at intended MP.

Yesterday did one very short interval session (first one for ages)
25/10/2004 at 13:41
No r*nning for me at the weekend, as I felt I had a cold coming on. Coddled myself, got loads of rest and sleep, and I'm feeling much better today. May try a couple of miles after badminton tonight.
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