NN great MLR only two days after a 20 and another good nice run today, looks like we have loads of cake to eat in London Jason is running for Wales in an Ultra the week after London so is giving it a miss. Will miss Fiona and Jason at tea in the Park. Buddy has sulked all day but he will be back for the weekend in his racing flats
Fiona the bike will keep your fitness level up but your ankle played up before London last year so its over a year its been giving you problems Take care and in touch X
Kamosh Yep thats the book second edition, there is a 3rd edition out now but when asked what he missed from the plans it was more strides during easy runs. It's a great book and a very good read even after the fourth time and great just to keep referring back to.
Mace nice session and don't forget sleep is the best recovery
Teknik nice joglet, have you stopped the yoga? and core work? and if so would that have an effect on your racing times? it's just you haven't mentioned them sice you had that chest infection.
HM4 any running?
Well just over 8 miles easy in the wind and rain this morning ( full winter gear on again) and 5 easy with strides tonight again in the winter gear........ Swim and 6 miles tomorrow
Trici well done with the easy run, good luck with the next few weeks training and skiing
MG1 looks like another great core sandwich it's well worth the effort
MG7 thats a nice mix of training
SC nice running with the JS group, think the best calculator is the one on Fetch good luck with the MP/intervals
Kamo, Well done on the half marathon, Dublin is a nice marathon, few changes to the route last year and a few more hills. I don't do that many interval sessions but do a lot of hill running to build up leg strength, back this up with tempo runs and a MLR in the middle of the week. Advance Marathon running is a great book with plans for everyone based on the milage you want to run.