Who needs help, who can help
Glad to been of some use
Am happy to help again, but won't write training plans, am just there if you need to talk things through.
I to have just completed my first IM distance event last week at the Outlaw in a time way below my original expectations. I targeted 14 hrs but I came in at 15hr22mins after blowing up in the run. I'm also on for Regensburg next year, I'm very competative with myself and have another target now for the IM race in 2011 off 12 hours.
Live in Sheffield and looking for help with crawl, but cracked or cracked up the rest, depending on your point of view. Had a mentor last year and hopefully he will still play and would love to ever mentor or mentee anyone up for a IM.
I need help in how to balance training for an Ironman and an ultra at the same time..............I think the ultra will be 5 weeks after the IM
just read my post on last year's thread
iron purple m.aiden wrote (see)
I would love some mentoring. Not planning an Ironman this year but hoping to do two middles next year and ironman 2011.
Cona wrote (see)
I've just completed my first IM distance event last week at the Outlaw in a time way above my original expectations. I targeted 13 hrs but my day couldn't have gone any better and I came in at 11hr28mins. Over the moon. I'm in for Regensburg next year, I'm very competative with myself and have another target now for the IM race in 2011. I'm based in Cheshire and would love someone more experienced than me to chew the fat with, look at training and try to get me around in 11 hrs!!!!! I can dream can't I?
Cona, always willing to offer advice if you need it. Mail me or facebook!
If anyone is interested in plans, I am setting up my own coaching business at the moment, as well as coaching for a well known coaching company (i know it is frowned upon to advertise but I am a regular contributor to the forums) so if anyone is after a more professional approach and wants to know more, please feel free to PM me.
Sits back and waits for the onslaught of SPAM comments!
M...eldy wrote (see)
The way a mentor would work really is to help the new guys avoid the mistakes at the first time around, this means that some of the guys that just did Roth, IMUK and Outlaw are more than capable of helping the new ones do this, you don't have to sort plans out and critique, just chat to people over email and be a sounding board, if there is something you don't know, point them to the forum, thats what its for.
Cona, will be riding I hope over the next few weeks regularly, did a nice hilly 85 today round Cheshire and you are more than welcome to join in. We can chat then or after over coffee/cake.
I'm taking Roseys hint.....
I'm free for a novice........
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