Hi guys, am still here After a week off whilst moving home I've managed slow 10k's every day of the month (so that's 4 lol). Not sure I'll get out tomorrow as we have gale warnings and gusts up to 76mph are expected!
I'll try to catch up on missed posts later (back to unpacking boxes).
Biggun, BK would be the best person regarding weight loss I guess As for burning yourself out prior to Marathon Training why not spend the time building up a decent base of slow mileage?
I'm away for about a week soon and even if I don't manage a run am feeling more confident that I'll finish the year on 1,000 and something miles
Still a few hills that force me to walk when HR hits 80% but shall persevere and hopefully be able to run slowly enough to not walk, keep below 80% and reduce it with time. Today's 6 mile route was like a mini Loch Ness, about 1.5 miles mainly downhill, 3 miles flat then back up the 1.5 miles then a 1/4 mile drop back to home.
May as well continue the countdown, another 10k today so 85.45 miles to reach the 'magical' 1,000
Weird run today, same route as yesterday but almost 90secs/mile slower and at a slightly raised HR Only difference was I went out a couple of hours earlier and was in the light so saw the hills lol. This 'new' route isn't quite as flat as first thought and just under 500ft up, about 80ft incline per mile compared to around 100ft incline on previous routes.