2012 Marathon thread

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16/12/2011 at 07:06
LOL Kaz !!!!!

Did 10.4 miles at MP + 2.40 this morning
16/12/2011 at 07:22

 Kaz, I'm sure it's not as bad as you think - you've only got to look at all those who get into X Factor.

A few miles planned for me today, in between getting offspring off to school / college and work.

16/12/2011 at 07:25
Dont mention x faxctor...im quite glad its finished now no run for me today....busy busy work day...possibly the busiest so far
16/12/2011 at 09:21
I'm also good at running slowly but not always.....

Loula - he's not that scary but never underestimate the power of the dark side.....
16/12/2011 at 10:22
Spoons, I think the scare scale is proportional to how much help you get from me.

I do have a jacket that says

Coach

Bringer of Pain
16/12/2011 at 13:47

Got up at stupid-O'Clock to run an easy 5 miles (why is it harder to get up when it's an easier session?).

70 press-ups then off to work.

Long run tomorrow. Hope everyone's weather isn't too bad... 

Mon - drew a blank on long races in April - guess it's too close to London/Brighton/Paris etc.

16/12/2011 at 14:26

Teknik- thanks for looking.  I think I will have to get through it on my own without a race

No run for me today.  Was going to run into work but realised I'd forgot to bring a coat to work the previous day so would have to go home in my office clothes and it's freezing.  The logistics of running to/ from work are a bit annoying sometimes.  It's probably for the best as have a 7.5mile xc tomorrow so rest todya will do me good.

Bring on the weekend.

16/12/2011 at 16:55
Teknik - I run at 0500 most days, gets very easy.
16/12/2011 at 16:57

i get up and go v early in summer but last few weeks ive been having to wait until 7:30ish until light....

spoons..i still think Gobi scary...*hides behind spoons*

16/12/2011 at 16:58
...although i do respond to hard tuition/coaching well
16/12/2011 at 17:41
Lou - I'm just very black and white when I give information
16/12/2011 at 19:10
But he's black and red in the flesh
17/12/2011 at 00:23
Gobi I like the bit about bringer of pain lol
I also like dark o'clock lots......

Double 7 miles yesterday and 6 easy to day
17/12/2011 at 08:27
i like 'early' o clock.....i like running and seeing the sun come up
Xmas is cancelled in Spoons's house wrote (see)
But he's black and red in the flesh

still scary.....spoons are you knitted?
17/12/2011 at 09:42

Easy 50 mins yesterday, very slow, but comfortable.  Legs etc holding up far better than I expected and HRs nice and low.

60 mins tomorrow, then we'll see what I can manage in the next two weeks, prior to more focused training in January.

Working hard to lose the extra bit of ballast which will also help.

17/12/2011 at 10:24

Hi All... 

Back into some decent running after my injury... 13.1 on Sunday 2hr 19!!  PB for me...  (had to be a PB never run that distance!!)  6 on Tuesday, 8 on Wednesday and 9 in 1hr 33 last night!!...  working 7-7 today so next run scheduled for Sunday...  not sure whether to do shorter run or try for more distance...  I will ponder on this one for the day....  hmmm...

I cant run fast unlike you hardcore runners but managing to plod along and increasing my miles...  really struggling with the thought of me being able to run a marathon but, 3 months ago I thought 5 miles was a struggle!!  

17/12/2011 at 12:16

Well done Jennie, you're doing great.

Long slow 13m for me this morning. That's me done for the week (29m). Feet up tomorrow...

17/12/2011 at 13:16

Thanks Teknik!!  So how slow is slow for you?  

17/12/2011 at 13:27

Hi Jennie

Well, I'm aiming (5th attempt, mind you) to break 4H so slow/easy/recovery are all done about 10 min mile pace ie MP + 60 secs.

17/12/2011 at 14:46
Tekniklaus wrote (see)

Hi Jennie

Well, I'm aiming (5th attempt, mind you) to break 4H so slow/easy/recovery are all done about 10 min mile pace ie MP + 60 secs.


im really not sure what my outcome on a mara will be as my pace was under 10m/m last week but im not sure i could break 4:00
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