Good Luck Kaz,
Jason, love the photo and the medal.Enjoy the planning
Teknik, Nice one !! realy looking forward to your race report next weekend!!!
Stuart, congrats on an excellent PArkrun time. Well done !!
Enjoy the LSR JayC !!
Went to see Greg Davies on friday night. A good night of comedy !. 40 Miles for the week so none to shabby. A cut back this week I feel is in order and then push on through November !!!
Tek - Nice running. Good luck next week!
AGF - Good running.
3 mile slow run to the gym, then some weights. Lower body stuff, so expect to be sore tomorrow.
I'll go out for a long run tomorrow, 10-12 miles I think.
Tek- nice running, muscles
AGF- nice mileage
The recovery continues here- left glute still a bit tight, but managed 12.01m in the sun this morning in a steady 1.24.06 splits: 7:22 7:28 7:15 7:09 7:07 7:05 7:06 6:45 6:47 6:45 6:40 6:35 2 Off to do some more stretches now Hopeful that it will have loosened off by Saturday- ready for me to inflict untold damage from a severe hill bashing....
Well done guys.
Tek - are you saying you stick to the lowest %'s for P&D? So for marathon pace you go for 79% max if they specify 79-88% ? I guess if you up miles significantly that would be sensible.
And what's your strategy going to be next weekend, have you decided yet ?
I've managed 41M this week and have come out of it feeling pretty fresh. Did struggle in mid week a bit as i couldn't drag my arse out of bed to run mornings and ended up doing 3 evenings. Evenings i definitely find physically harder which shows in my HR stats and probably mentally harder as well.
HM hope you're over the jab now
AGF good week
Stuart well done...hope the run goes well tomorrow
jason nice splits
mace - I stick to the low end for training (and I think the recovery % is a typo - I do sub70%max for those). For the race I'm hoping to stick to sub80% for the first half, hoping I won't drift above 90% until after mile 20, but the HR will be on page 2 so I won't look at it much. I'll definitely be ignoring it for the last 10k...still not made my mind up but I think I'm going off at 8.35 pace (but I've printed off 5 different pace straps already...)
Tek - don't want to tempt fate but i reckon 8:35 will be comfortable for you. Would love to be there at the finish line to buy you a beer ... maybe if you do Brighton
Yes, i reckon you're tight and 76% must be a typo.
I've just "found" an extra mile, so i did 42 last week, not 41
...another good reason for doing Brighton then
of course i meant you're "right" not "tight"
I'm fine. I'm really glad I had a very lazy day today.
Done a bit of stalking on results, no idea if kaz had a target but .
Great photo jason.
A bit of a non starter for me this weekend, back hurt to breathe on Friday so rest Friday and Saturday. Did 6 miles today easy. Will get back to it next week. Achilles/heel felt fine when running but can feel it now, think it's just one of these things and not run related.
Nice build up AGF and mace, this was meant to be a 40 for me but ended up 28! Not to worry... got a whole 26 weeks (today!)
Good to get the cross trainng in Stuart.
Really on the countdown now Teknik!
Good to hear you're on the mend HM4.
Sounds like a mixed weekend for you & thanks.
Amsterdam results on
Well done Kaz
8 miles nautical today
Kaz, Sorry to hear about your sh1t Day. Well done on completing your marathon. Be proud !!
Look after yourself Fiona !!
Kaz so sorry to hear you had such a bad day! You certainly deserve an award for battling on through it all.
Well done to junior, too!
Take care F...
Well done kaz, amazing that you finished with so many setbacks! And junior's time is proper fast!!
Thanks guys - in the office but will have my usual Monday rest or turbo tonight then back to it tomorrow
Mace - Good running
Fiona - Hope the back is ok, sounds similar to what I had a few weeks back.
Kaz - Well done! Most wouldn't have dreamed of finishing having gone through that! I'd say that's certainly something to be proud of Jr has some serious pace too!
10k, not the 10 miles I had hoped for today, done nice and slow. Taking my max HR from Saturday as being my actual max, I'm not sure I'll be able to run sub 70% any time soon, plodded round trying to keep it sub 75% which was just about do-able.
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