Some people would argue with me, but generally Park runs aren't that fast courses.
But something's wrong, as your last few runs suggest a way faster 5k.
Any risk you're wiping yourself out running too hard in training?
Its a free world but why is this 'training blog' from IR on a sub 35 thread? Madness if you ask me!
fast reps...you definitely sound like you have pretty good speed...so here's the acid test...when are you going to lay down a race?
36 to 30 doesn't need me to point out that's an epic improvement
feel free to drop into my training thread...there's a whole gamut of runners in the 34 to 36 domain...in fact...these days at 35.20 I feel like one of the slower ones on there!
Where abouts in the country are you? I think i remember you used to run for Hampshire or someone? Maybe Slough in a few weeks might be an option? You can meet me and a couple from my thread.
Yeah Andy's right, just put in some miles and some speed piece of piss.
Then sub 34? Just do a bit more of each same for sub 33 etc
Easy game this running lark eh
Stevie G you know it's not that easy!!!!
Inspired, it's simple, some people need less mileage than others to post faster times.
You've got an impressive back catalogue, but then you've also got a horrendous injury record
Look at the mileage of the elite runners, and ask your 2nd line again.
Somebody in 'Genera'l looking for a Sub 35min 10k Thread.
down with spam (not this thread)
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