I loved those top tips and keep chuckling about falling asleep on the toilet afterwards! And it is worth reading for the argument!
Emma - of course I had a glass of wine last night. After doing our marathon spectator plan, we watched a film - 127 Hours. Not exactly relaxing, but a good film. How did the home made Easter eggs go down? Sorry if you've already said and I missed it!
The last time I had butterflies like this was in the lead up to my wedding ... Went for a run this morning - 50 minutes and it felt so short. My legs are still a bit tired but that's why we taper, so not worrying about that. I have plenty of other things to worry about!
I just did this predictor thing and apparently i could run the marathon in 3hrs 44 mins!
Only if i take a taxi
I do so hope everything is ok with everyone
enjoy the count down and preperation, it'll be something to remember for ever
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Kiwi/Mick - is training for your second marathon much easier than your first?
ok, for me,
i never took alot of notice except of the fact of again conquering the distance, as id been running all my life from a boy, running / walking etc, roads, trails, accross fields, muddy farm tracks - beach coastal paths , sand, dry and wet, running in up to a foot of water etc - it was all a part of growing up
was just part of my life
i do sincerely hope it also becomes part of all your lives and you all enjoy it all
Really well put Mick'n'Phil. It does get a little addictive. I know a number of people who after there first have signed up for a second within days !!
Just tucking into a plate of chicken korma cooked by my daughter. It's brill !!! I hope you are all envious !!!!
yes i suffered blisters and stuff like anyone else, and had to battle ith some of it, but because it was a way of life, either bike, walk or run, one rarely gave in
to chase my Jack Russell for hours along country lanes and acroos fields, sometimes we chased the football, but what i'm saying is it all ead to body fitness and conditioning
it was just the norm,
heres hoping u do 4:41 or less
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